The Michigan Renaissance Festival returns this weekend. Find out what you need to know here.

It's that time of year again and the Michigan Renaissance Festival is set to open the gates to the public on Saturday, August 19th. Get all the information and details you need to know for the 2023 season below.

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What dates will the Michigan Renaissance Festival be open in 2023?

This year the Michigan Renaissance Festival will be open for seven weekends. See the exact dates below:

  • August 19th & 20th
  • August 26th & 27th
  • September 2nd, 3rd, & 4th (Labor Day Weekend)
  • September 9th & 10th
  • September 16th & 17th
  • September 23rd & 24th
  • September 29th (Festival Friday)
  • September 30th & October 1st

SEE ALSO: 2023 Themed Weekends at the Michigan Renaissance Festival

How much are tickets to the Michigan Renaissance Festival?

Currently, tickets can be purchased online here. Prices are:

  • Online Ticket Purchase
    • Adult General Admission: $22.95 (+$3 Convenience Fee)
    • Child General Admission (Ages 5-12): $12.95 (+$3 Convenience Fee)
  • Festival Box Office
    • Adult General Admission: $25.95
    • Child General Admission (Ages 5-12): $15.95
    • Senior General Admission (65+): $23.95

Tickets can also be purchased right now at participating Kroger and Menards locations.

SEE ALSO: Michigan Renaissance Festival Adds Parking Fee for 2023 Season

Where is the Michigan Renaissance Festival Located?

The Michigan Renaissance Festival is located at 12600 Dixie Highway in Holly, Michigan. When traveling on I-75 Northbound use Exit 101 for Grange Hall Road, turn right, then turn left on to Dixie Highway. When traveling on I-75 Southbound, use Exit 106 for Dixie Highway.

For a complete and detailed list of food and drink options, shows, artisans, shops, and more at the 2023 Michigan Renaissance Festival, click here. 

Source: Michigan Renaissance Festival

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