Feast of Fantasy

 

2021 TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE IN JANUARY 25

 

Your Feast Ticket Includes:

One Adult Festival Admission
Two Hours of Entertainment 
Mug
A Six-Course Meal
Beverages

 

**Feast of Fantasy are not intended for children under the age of 17**

 

Feast Prices

Shows held 11:00am, 2:00pm – $85 per person

Feature Feast held on select Saturdays at 4:45pm – $105 per person

 

Discount Days

August 21 & 22:  Seats $65 per person  

August 29 & September 6: Seats $70 per person

*Vegetarian and gluten free meals available upon request*

Sales Dept. Email: groupsales@renaissancefest.com


Feature Feast Schedule

INFO COMING SOON


2021 Feast Menu

INFO COMING SOON 

 

 

Bio on the Feast Masters

Two recognizable faces around the Renaissance Festival include Jim and Laszlo, the Feast Masters of the Feast of Fantasy! But do you know what this hilarious pair do while taking a break from entertaining guests at the Feast?

Hey folks! Laszlo here, I’m a Scorpio and the other guy in a kilt with the Feast of Fantasy. I started with the Minnesota Renaissance Festival in 1989 on the streets, not in a weird way, and began doing the Feast of Fantasy in 1999. During the rest of the year, I am an emcee and ring announcer for independent pro-wrestling. My other “day job” is super-secret, and I’m not allowed to talk about it…I’ve already said too much. 

 

Jim Cunningham has been a Twin Cities actor for more than 30 years, He was a Resident Company Member for years at Dudley Riggs Brave New Workshop and can be seen every summer in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at Brit’s Pub and in December in A Christmas Carol : A Live Radio Play at The Saint Paul Hotel. Jim was the original Tony in the Minneapolis hit show, Tony and Tina’s Wedding, and he has terrified and delighted guests as the Host of The Phantom’s Feast held at Bad Manor in October for Halloween as part of Trail of Terror. He has been the Minister of Fun for the Minnesota Twins (24 Seasons) and the Minnesota Wild (16 Seasons) . Cunningham has been with the Festival since 1982 and celebrated his 30th year hosting the Feast of Fantasy in 2020.