2021 Important Information
We will be following all CDC, Pierce County Health Department and State guidelines for Covid-19 precautions. There is a risk of contracting Covid-19 or other infections when attending a large event.
To lessen the risk please adhere to these guidelines:
- If you have a fever or have recently been in close contact with someone who is positive for Covid-19 please stay home. We hope you feel better and will see you next time.
- Wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose if you are not fully vaccinated.
- Spread out – Give yourself and others a little extra distance.
- Use hand sanitizer frequently.
5. Download the WA Notify app HERE.
Evening entertainment is included with camping. Otherwise, Saturday entertainment is $12/Door.
Saturday entertainment at the Red Dragon Inn and the Arena is open for all ages. Only guests 21+ are allowed inside the Ale House. Families and those under 21+ please use the bleacher seating around the arena but outside of the Ale House.
Re-entry to the Faire
You may leave and re-enter the Faire on the same day/weekend of the pass purchased. Please be sure to get a hand stamp before leaving the main Faire area and going to the parking lot.
Service animals only are allowed at the Faire from 10am – 7pm. Please do not leave your pets unattended in your campsite or in your car.
Please – LOCK your vehicle and do not leave valuables in vehicle. Park at your own risk. The Faire is not responsible for loss, theft or damage to parked vehicles. We provide FREE PARKING.
People with Disabilities
We have plenty of parking for our guests with disabilities. Our site has open fields with small hills and pathways. Those in three-wheel chairs may find it a little tricky in places but any four-wheel chair or standard chair should have no difficulty. A standard wheelchair would also be fine as long as you have someone with you to push it.
Period weapons as part of your costume are allowed. Please keep swords and other weapons sheathed or “put away” and do not drawn while inside the Faire.
Costuming for Guests
We encourage all of our guests to wear costuming to join in the fun and revelry of the Renaissance Faire. Please remember that we are a family-friendly event and nudity or partial nudity is not allowed.
Weather - Rain or Shine
The Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire is an outdoor event. We will open rain or shine and all attractions/entertainment/vendors will be open. Please note that some performances may be postponed or cancelled due to weather for the safety of our guests, performers and/or performing animals.
Camping check in is from 12noon – 12midnight on the Friday before each weekend. Please follow the signs to the “Camping Gate” for check in. On Saturday – please go to the Towne Gate (ticket booth) to check in for Camping. For questions and other information please email Camping@WashingtonFaire.com
Only alcohol purchased at the Ale Houses may be consumed during Faire hours and inside the Faire. Please do not bring your own adult/alcoholic beverages inside the event.