Utah Midsummer Renaissance Faire
On festival days in medieval times, vendors brought their wares, along with their families, in wooden carts to the base of the city's walls. They set up a temporary shelter where their families slept, ate and played. Guildsmen worked at their crafts whenever business was light, and everyone sold hard, shouting their wares at passersby. Festival days were a joyous gathering of people, a bustling social event, full of colour, music, laughter, and endless commotion.
The festival has a long-standing tradition of fun, excitement, and great memories. For over 30 years, people from around the world have gathered in Cedar City, Utah to be a part of these festivities.