By: Value News | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: May 2022
The Castle invites one and all to join the festivities of the 26th Annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival! Travel back to 1569 England to experience the royal quest for knighthood, a full-contact Jousting Tournament, Birds of Prey exhibitions and traveling Acrobats!
We celebrate the joyous return of the festival on Saturday April 30th. The patrons of Castleton shall be welcomed through the village gates by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth and her Court of Nobles. Season Passes are now available on www.okcastle.com. Daily passes will with go live on March 1st (Great idea for unique gift options this spring).
10+ stages throughout the grounds provide guests with a steady stream of joyous entertainment. Plan to enjoy the exciting sounds of the Craic, or the hilarious balancing act of Bob the Juggler and join the merriment of the maypole dancing. The Washing Well Wenches will return to encourage clean living and slightly soiled humor, great fun for all ages.
New for 2022: The Wheel of Death - Guests will marvel at this death-defying act which is featured 3 times per day from the Castle Keepe. For a bit more of a light-hearted show, guests are sure to enjoy the comedy of The Renaissance Men. Grab a bite and enjoy a show throughout the day! For a complete lineup for the season, please visit the Castle’s website.
Whether shopping for homemade desserts or fire forged weapons of the Castle’s Blacksmiths, the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival is available for guests of all ages. The clothing is unique, the food is delicious and most importantly… the memories made are once in a lifetime! Check out www.OKCASTLE.com for themes and events to coordinate with each weekend. This is a fantastic opportunity for families to dress the part and have fun celebrating the history of Renaissance!
2022 Protocols: The Castleton mask mandate has been adjusted to “Strongly Encouraged”. We continue the crusade of defeating Covid and request that all guests please be courteous of others.
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