Festivale Stage (New Horizons)

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Type of houseware Festivale Stage Furniture NH Inv Icon.png
Festivale Series
Festivale Stage
Variation shown: Green
Buy price Sell price
 6,000 Bells  1,500 Bells
Height Size
Boy 1 NH Silhouette.png
2.0 x 2.0 2.0 × 2.0
Obtain via  Nook's Cranny (Seasonal)
 Pavé (Festivale)
Customize  Cyrus:  1,700 Bells
Remake kit 2 Rainbow Feathers
Variations 5 variations
HHA themes Party / Amusement Park
HHA points 231
Variations
Festivale Stage's Green variant
Festivale Stage's Red variant
Festivale Stage's Blue variant
Festivale Stage's Purple variant
Festivale Stage's Rainbow variant
Names in other languages
 カーニバルなステージ
 狂欢节舞台
 狂歡節舞台
 카니발 스테이지
 scène de carnaval
 scène de carnaval
 escenario de Carnaval
 escenario de Carnaval
 palcoscenico Carnevale
 карнавальная сцена
 Karnevalsbühne
 carnavalspodium

The Festivale Stage is a houseware item in Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced in the 1.7.0 Free Update. It is part of the Festivale Series. The player can walk over this item. As an outdoor item, it will provide an additional 0.5 development points towards the island rating.

The Festivale Stage can be obtained from Nook's Cranny for  6,000 Bells during Festivale and the preceding two weeks or from Pavé during Festivale. The item's color can be customized either by using 2 Rainbow Feathers or by Cyrus at Harv's Island for  1,700 Bells.

No villagers have this item in their home.

In Happy Home Paradise, no villagers or facility unlock this item for designing. It can only be used once the player's catalog is unlocked after completing the 27th vacation home.

Variations

The Festivale Stage has 5 variations.

Green
 
Green

 
Yellow

Red
 
Red

 
Orange

Blue
 
Blue

 
White

Purple
 
Purple

 
Pink

Rainbow
 
Colorful

 
White

Festivale Stage (Green) NH Icon.png Festivale Stage (Red) NH Icon.png Festivale Stage (Blue) NH Icon.png Festivale Stage (Purple) NH Icon.png Festivale Stage (Rainbow) NH Icon.png

Version differences

Prior to version 2.0, the Festivale Stage variant body part was named "Variation".

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