16th Annual Koroneburg Old World Festival
CELEBRATES ALL THINGS RENAISSANCE
With the invitation to “come one, come all to the 16th Annual Koroneburg Old World Renaissance Festival – the only time each year when nobles and commoners, lords and ladies, lads and lasses, artisans and crafters, trades people and peasants from the Bavarian village of Koroneburg would dare ‘rub elbows’ in public as they engage in day-long, fun-for-all festivities,” the festival’s lively, interactive representation of daily life on the fictitious estate of Baron Heinrich Von Lauffer on the Rhine River (i.e., Santa Ana River) between Mainz and Strasbourg during the Renaissance era (1450-1600 A.D.) offers something for everyone. Prices for single-day, general-admission tickets purchased at the gate are $18.00 – adults and $15.00 – children and seniors (ages 5-11 and 62+; under 5 - free). Discounts are available online. For the latest updates, visit www.renfestcorona.com or “Like” Koroneburg Renaissance Festival on Facebook. Celebrating its 16th anniversary, Koroneburg Old World Renaissance Festival again will bring history to colorful life when part of Crossroads Riverview Park in Corona, Calif. is transformed into a hustling, bustling and a bit bawdy old world Bavarian village each weekend, starting the day before (Saturday) Mother’s Day through Father’s Day and Memorial Day. Hours run Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. (except for extended hours, 11:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. on May 25 and June 15) and Sundays and Memorial Day – 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.