The event takes place in and around Dick Copeland Town Square in the Mercer Street Grassroots District. A good location to GPS is 869 Mercer Street. The entrance gates are located at the corner of 9th & Mercer and at 822 Mercer Street. The road will be closed between the 8th and 9th blocks. 

The artist Christopher Clark created this map of the festival site:


The majority of this event take place indoors; there are 7 toasty warm indoor venues. There are plenty of tents, so this event is rain, snow or shine. Wear cold weather clothing to enjoy the outdoor activities! 



Delicious food will be provided by an amazing food vendor called IMMA HUNGRY. With a very broad and diverse menu, there will be something for everyone. From Korean and Texas BBQ to warm Louisiana Gumbo, mouth-watering smells will we wafting throughout the site. Make sure to come with a BIG APPETITE and plan to eat dinner downtown. Find photos and a bit more info. about IMMA HUNGRY here. 


There will be delicious strong coffee for sale by Black Steel Arms & Coatings, and herbal tea and elixirs will be available in the Spiral Roots Sanctuary Tea Lounge. 

In addition, Free Hot Chocolate will be served in a couple of locations around the site. 


You can park in the lot at 904 Harrison, at New River Community & Technical College at 1001 Mercer, or on side streets (with the exception of the streets nearby the fireworks launch site. They will be marked with No Parking signs.)  


If you are traveling from out of town, we recommend staying at Holday Inn Express or Days Inn, our partner hoteliers. 



Find ticket information here. You will enter through the gate most swiftly if you purchase tickets in advance; find the link to purchase here. Tickets may be purchased at the gate with cash only. 


The event takes place from 8:30 pm until midnight. The full schedule of activities will be posted here soon. Stay tuned!


Feel free to call 304-320-8833 with questions or write to lori@princetonrenaissanceproject.org.