The Florida Renaissance Festival in Deerfield Beach has been seen by more than two million people during its royal period in South Florida.
What does FlaRF stand for?
FlaRF stands for Florida Renaissance Festival
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MIAMI -- In an effort to help victims in Haiti from the recent devastating earthquake, the Florida Renaissance Festival will accept food donations on January 23-24thon site.
16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Celebrating 21 years of family entertainment fun and historical reenactments, the Florida Renaissance Festival will take patrons back into time showcasing knights on horseback, kings and queens, pirates, fairies, wenches, dancing fools, time travelers and singing merrymen for six weekends from February 9, 2013 to March 17, 2013 at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach, Florida.
30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- After a year away from pillaging their village, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella rejoice with joy over regaining their kingdom in Miami, as the Florida Renaissance Festival returns for their second conquest at Historic Virginia Key Beach Park in Miami.