The purpose of the faire is to provide revenue to fund cultural arts in Cherokee County for both youth and adults; to provide a venue to enable a wide range of ages and talents to perform, to educate school children about the middle ages and the renaissance period; and to provide a festival with something for people of all ages and interests that emphasizes the fine arts in music, dance, drama and artistic crafts. Join us and step back to a time when lords and ladies ruled the land. When knights clad in shining armor took to battle for a lady's honor. Where jesters, minstrels, and rogues entertained throughout the village in hopes of a day's wages.
To attend the Royal Feast you must purchase a ticket for $12 in advance or $15 day of the faire.
Nearby Cities: Tulsa
100 N Military Road. Wooded glen east of Baxter Springs High School off Highway 69A/400. Parking at the adjoining high school lot.