The Fall 2017 Great Plains Renaissance Festival in Wichita will be held September 23 and 24 at Sedgwick County Park.
At the Great Plains RenFest you’ll find jousting, traditional Celtic folk singing, medieval comedy and jesters, falconry, and from what I hear, fried turkey legs bigger than your forearm. Again this year you’ll also get to experience the Wichita Highland Games and Celtic Festival as part of the RenFest.
Regular admission for the Great Plains Ren Fest is $12 per day for adults, $5 per day for kids, but you can save up to $8.50 on tickets to this popular Wichita festival by purchasing your tickets online in advance.
The best deal is an adult weekend pass for $15, which also includes a free kid’s pass for one child 12 and younger. A discounted one-day pass is one $8.50, and it also comes with a free kid’s pass.
The discounts are only available when you purchase online in advance. There are no limits to how many you can get. Once you purchase the tickets, you don’t need to print them out or pick them up. Just show up at the gate and give them your name.
Date: Saturday and Sunday, September 23 and 24, 2017
Time: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day
Location: Sedgwick County Park, 6300 West 13th Street, Wichita, Kansas
Cost: Advance, online purchase: $8.50 adult + 1 free child ticket, $15 weekend pass + 1 free child ticket; Regular admission: $11 adult, $5 child 12 and under
For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit GreatPlainsRenFest.com