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renaissance-festival-podcast-1400Twice monthly music and entertainment from Renaissance festivals with Pirate Music, Celtic music, Irish folk music, Scottish bagpipes, English folk, Gypsy music, Renaissance music, and comedy from groups performing this week at a faire near you.


The Renaissance Festival Podcast is a free downloadable radio show that highlights artists performing at Renaissance Festivals.

Twice a month, you will enjoy Renaissance Festival music, comedy, and interviews to delight your inner Festie.


The Podcast also hosts the Annual Renaissance Festival Awards.

Grab a pint of mead and join us at the Faire all year long.


Support the artists who contribute to the Podcast by buying their CDs. Most of the artists we feature sell music through our affiliates at CD Baby, Amazon, or iTunes. When you buy through these links, you support the artist AND the Podcast.

Who We Are

Marc Gunn – Executive Producer 

The Minions

Chuck Burke

Nathan Deese

Danny Faught

Joe Haydu


Matt Ledder

David Reiland

Serena London

Thomas Molitor

Tony Artym

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Sunday September 6th, 2020 - 8:46 pm

#GreatEggTossDay? We like to hard boil them, coat them in sausage, deep fry them, and toss them into our mouths. Photo credit: Eric the Cleric. #ScotchEggs#RenFestFood #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #61DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday September 5th, 2020 - 6:07 pm

Around here, a beard is more than simply hair on one’s face. It’s a fashion accessory! Photo credit: Golden Lynn #BeardDay #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #62DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Friday September 4th, 2020 - 3:04 pm

Only two months away, and we are getting ready for RenFest! Check out the improvements in our tasting area! Photo credit: George Babbel #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #Improvements #BetterEveryYear #63DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday September 3rd, 2020 - 12:05 pm

The first skyscraper was a 10-story building completed in 1885. While not as tall, Renaissance-era buildings still make us feel pretty lofty! Photo credit: Golden Lynn #SkyscraperDay #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #64DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Wednesday September 2nd, 2020 - 4:51 pm

We’re not sure what’s going on here. What do you think? Wrong answers only. Photo credit: Golden Lynn #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #65DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Wednesday September 2nd, 2020 - 9:56 am

Music from:
E Muzeki
Counterfeit Bards
Cross Rogues
Curtis & Loretta
Ed Miller
Jack Montgomery
Galamor the Bard
Emerald Rose
Djilia Phralengo
Gallowglass Irish Trio
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@E Muzeki @Counterfeit Bards @Cross Rogues @Curtis & Loretta @ed.miller.581187 Harpnotic @Jack Montgomery @Galamor the Bard @Howl-O Emerald Rose Djilia Phralengo @Gallowglass Irish Trio

@E Muzeki @Counterfeit Bards @Cross Rogues @Curtis & Loretta Ed Miller Harpnotic @Jack Montgomery @Galamor the Bard @Howl-O Emerald Rose Djilia Phralengo @Gallowglass Irish Trio

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Tuesday September 1st, 2020 - 3:55 pm

Here’s another RenFest smile to brighten your day… Really, smiles are what RenFest is all about. Photo credit: Francisco X. Guerra #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #66DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Monday August 31st, 2020 - 12:57 pm

Timeline PhotosWhy would you eat inside, when outside is so magical? Photo credit: Lawrence Rojas #EatOutsideDay #TurkeyLegs #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #67DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Sunday August 30th, 2020 - 3:21 pm

Timeline PhotosStuff got you down? Here's a couple of infectious smiles to brighten your day. Photo credit: @infocusphoto_br #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #68DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 4:17 pm

Timeline PhotosLooking for creative ways to season your food? An apothecary is a great place to look for dried herbs. #MoreHerbsLessSaltDay #WolfsMoonApothecary #Shopping #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #69DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Friday August 28th, 2020 - 5:50 pm

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Friday August 28th, 2020 - 4:03 pm

Timeline PhotosThings look a little different around here on #TimeTravelersWeekend. #BowTieDay #BowTiesAreCool #Steampunk Photo credit: Lawrence Rojas #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #70DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday August 27th, 2020 - 10:10 am

Timeline PhotosOur hearts go out to everyone impacted by #HurricaneLaura. Photo credit: Kirt Evans ... See MoreSee Less

Wednesday August 26th, 2020 - 5:29 pm

Timeline PhotosIf you aren't ready to kiss and make up (see yesterday's post), maybe a friendly tap with an empty bottle of mead will help you mend fences? Photo credit: Golden Lynn #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #72DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Tuesday August 25th, 2020 - 1:07 pm

Timeline PhotosIt’s a silly time to hold a grudge. Take advantage of #KissAndMakeUpDay. Photo credit: Gary Michael Smith #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #LordsOfAdventure #73DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Monday August 24th, 2020 - 6:36 pm

Timeline PhotosTime to put on the clay roof tiles. That new beer booth near Woodland Stage is really coming along. #Improvements #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #74DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Sunday August 23rd, 2020 - 3:17 pm

It is with profound grief that Marooned announces the passing of our shipmate Andrew Meyers from complications arising from Covid-19.

Andrew was there at the beginning, a part of the original “Captain’s Songtime” circle – the birthplace of Marooned. In life, he embraced his passions wholeheartedly, whether teaching himself to make fangs for LARPers, leaping headlong into faire performances, or in his renewed faith in God. We were fortunate to have been something that he loved with his all. We were privileged to have him join our voyage.

In the early days of Marooned Andrew portrayed ship’s surgeon Wilberforce Quickcut. He joined us at the Santa Barbara Renaissance Festival, the Hounds of Nobility Faire, as well as Marooned’s appearance afloat for the A&E Network’s Horatio Hornblower event at the San Diego Maritime Museum. In fact, he was a part of one of Marooned’s more memorable moments – the seizure of the Horatio Hornblower banner.

It had been a long day, having started early that morning with a drive from Las Vegas to San Diego. We had performed for the better part of the day, prior to our sailing out on the Bill of Rights- singing during the naval battle. As we returned to port, it began to rain. The folks from the A&E Network vanished in the blink of an eye…leaving behind a MASSIVE banner hanging upon the San Diego Maritime Museum.

Bob: So, the folks from A&E have left, they aren’t coming back. What is going to happen to that banner?
Manager: I don’t know, it belongs to A&E…
Bob: …who have left…
Manager: …
Bob: …and aren’t coming back…
Manager: Are you asking for permission to take it? It isn’t mine to give.
Bob: Right. So, are you going to *stop* us from taking it?
Manager: No…….?

With just a gesture towards the top of the museum, knives were drawn, zip-ties were cut, and the banner vanished as Andrew and others seized our prize. The manager stood there, slack-jawed, as we walked away.

Andrew was a part of a lot of other wonderful memories too. He was with us, back in the days of leaving for a show at midnight or later, hoping to have a few hours to sleep in the car before check-in. Back in the nights when tents were a relative luxury, and when we were still scraping out our beginnings. A time when our first attempt at recording a CD hadn’t happened yet, and the Captain’s Songtime Songbooks were still in their first edition.

It was only computer troubles that prevented Andrew from joining us on our sophomore effort “Better Than Live”. The plan had been to have him join us on the Dutchman, as well as a couple of other numbers, but it was not to be. We will now always carry the regret of not having gotten his voice on one of our later albums, that things just never seemed to “line up”. He was willing, we certainly wanted him, it just didn’t work out.

Now, it never will.

Fair Maiden’s Ghost was Andrew’s favorite song, and it was played for him before his passing. We hope that it provided for him some small comfort in his last moments. It is so hard to wrap our heads around his suddenly being gone.

Marooned has been performing for 24 years, with this year being the first that we haven’t done a single show since our impromptu first appearance.

It is far too soon for us to be saying goodbye to any of our number.

Andrew Meyers was a friend, a father, and a true member of our family; he was our willing accomplice from day one. Andy is the first loss that Marooned has suffered, the first of us to go… and it leaves a void that will never be filled. We love you Andy, and we miss you already. We will see you someday down the road.

Shipmate you stand relieved.
We have the watch.

Andrew Meyers
Oct 3, 1975 - Aug 23, 2020
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Sunday August 23rd, 2020 - 1:01 pm

Timeline Photos#RideTheWindDay Do soaring raptors count? Photo credit: Rachel Simpson #BirdsOfPrey #LouisianaRenaissanceFestival #75DaysToRenFest #RenFest2020 ... See MoreSee Less


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