IRM - International Reenactmentmarket
The International Market for Living History, Re-Enactment and Experimental Archaeology of all Periods
The 7th International Reenactmentmarket IRM2017 will take place in the Archaeological Park Villa Borg on April 22nd-23rd, 2017.
Application for traders and craftsmen for the IRM2017 is open from January 10th, 2017 until March 1st, 2017.
Please use the application form provided on the Application for IRM website.
The first traders are already listen on the IRM2017-partcipants page. This page will be updated continuously until March 2017.
Download: the IRM2017 pre-flyer!
The 6th International Reenactmentmarket IRM2016 was held on April 23th-24th, 2016.
We thank all the participants, traders, craftsmen, lecturers and visitors!
All traders and craftsmen remain listed on the IRM2016 participants page.
More than 60 craftsmen and traders are still listed on the IRM2015 participants page. The IRM2015 program featured many lectures on archaeological reconstructions, experimental archaeology and living history. The IRM2015 program features some nice previews of exclusive presentations!
The IRM2014 presented a total of more than 50 craftsmen and traders covering all periods from Stone Age trough 19th Century! Take a look at the complete list of participants (craftsmen and traders) of the IRM2014. The list of participants of the IRM2013, the list of participants of the IRM2012 and the list of participants of the IRM2011 will also remain online in our archive.
This international fair for Living History and Reenactment in Germany serves as a platform for manufacturers of museum's replicas and reenactor's supply to present themselves and their range of products.
In addition to a conventional living history / reenactment fair, the IRM offers a full range of lectures. Take a look at the IRM2014 Program pages for details.
News are posted there and in the Roman blog (in German language).
Notice: The International Reenactmentmarket IRM ist NOT related in any way with an event in Minden (Germany) announced as "internationale Reenactor-Messe". This similarity of names is not intended and wanted by us and therefore we disapprove it ...