Viva la Renaissance!

Goodness gracious, 'Great Balls of Fire.' This man has the hottest job at the Colorado Renaissance Festival, performing four times a day, to the delight of much cooler spectators.
Impromptu parades are never an uncommon sight at the Colorado Renaissance Festival.
Vegetable Justice gets served every weekend at the Colorado Renaissance Festival as this man hung in the gallows, making fun of all those who paid to take a chance at drilling him with a tomato.
Elephants get hungry too. During a mid-afternoon parade July 21 at the Colorado Renaissance Festival, this elephant thought he would snack on a nearby tree on the walk past.
All hail the king and queen of the Colorado Renaissance Festival. If you go, don't miss the 1 p.m. Royal Procession through the festival grounds.
Impromptu parades and medieval ware are never an uncommon sight at the Colorado Renaissance Festival.
Gary Siler performs at the Pirate's Pub July 21 at the Colorado Renaissance Festival in Larkspur.
Crowds of people enjoy the Colorado Renaissance Festival each weekend. The festival has just four dates left, July 27-28 and Aug. 3-4.
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A Centennial State tradition, the Colorado Renaissance Festival has just two Saturdays and two Sundays left this summer.

So before it passes you by, head on down to Larkspur and kneel to the King and Queen, take an elephant ride, watch some fire-breathing entertainment and enjoy a late-afternoon joust while enjoying a turkey leg and cold beverage.

The festival, which brings the medieval out in many, features fine art, fare of the times, rides for the kids and more. For more information, visit www.coloradorenaissance.com.

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