Seasonal Events are special occasions that occur at a particular time of the year. During these festivals, players can complete seasonal quests and obtain unique cosmetic items. Additionally, cities around Eorzea are decorated according to the themes of the events. Moonfire Faire, the first event in A Realm Reborn, takes place around September. All Saints' Wake, the Halloween themed event, takes place in October.
- Main article: Heavensturn
Heavensturn is the Japanese themed, New Year festival that starts on December 31st, 2013 and ends in January 14, 2013. It is the first Seasonal Event in the year 2014.
That Old Black Magic
- Main article: That Old Black Magic
That Old Black Magic is the Final Fantasy XI collaboration event featuring the iconic FFXI character Shantotto.
There's Golems in Those Hills!
- Main article: There's Golems in Those Hills!
There's Golems in Those Hills! is the Dragon Quest X collaboration event.
- Main article: Valentione's Day
The Valentine's Day is the romance themed festival that starts on February 4th 2014 and ends on February 17th 2014.
Little Ladies' Day
- Main article: Little Ladies' Day
Little Ladies Day is the cherry blossom themed festival that starts on February 28 2014 and ends on March 13 2014.
- Main article: Moonfire Faire
Moonfire Faire is the summer themed seasonal event that occurs in September. It is the first event seasonal event to take place in A Realm Reborn.
All Saints' Wake
- Main article: All Saints' Wake
All Saints' Wake is the Halloween themed seasonal event that occurs in October. It is the 2nd event seasonal event to take place in A Realm Reborn.
- Main article: Lightning Strikes
Lightning Strikes is a special promotional event that introduces the hero of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII into A Realm Reborn. The event begins on November 14th 2013 and ends on December 9th 2013.
- Main article: Starlight Celebration
Starlight Celebration is the winter themed seasonal event that occurs in December. It is the 3rd seasonal event to take place in A Realm Reborn.