Texas Music Festival
Corner of Burleson & Surfside
9:00 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013
Kids | Family
The Texas Renaissance Festival is an interactive theme park that embraces different eras, including the 16th century and beyond. The 55-acre theater is filled with live entertainment, food, fun and professional actors who stay true to character for eight themed weekends in October and November.The 39th Annual Texas Renaissance Festival opens weekends beginning October 12th and continues on weekends through the Thanksgiving Holiday. A different themed weekend makes every day a new adventure, include Oktoberfest, Pirate Invasion and the ever popular Barbarian Invasion. Weddings, Picnics, Group Events and camping complete the festival experience. School Days (Nov 5th-6th) invites all public, private and home schools for a day of G-rated fun and an educational adventure and host UIL style competitions.The magical 16th century, 55-acre village, only 50 miles from Houston, features hundreds of costumed performances, interactive entertainment, games and rides, fine arts and crafts shoppes and royal food and beverages. Fireworks overlook the festival lake each night and visitors are invited to stay at the Fields of New Market Campgrounds or one of the Magnolia area hotels that provide shuttle service to the Kingdom.His Majesty invites people of all ages and interests to delight in the 2013 festival at the wide variety of attractions and during the unique themed weekends. The 2013 Texas Renaissance Festival themed weekends include: Oktoberfest (Oct. 12-13), 1001 Dreams (Oct.19-20), All Hallows Eve (Oct. 26-27), Pirate Adventure (Nov. 2-3), Roman Bacchanal (Nov.9-10), Barbarian Invasion (Nov. 16-17), Highland Fling (Nov. 23-24), and a special three-day closing weekend celebration, Celtic Christmas (Nov. 29-Dec.1).READ MORE ABOUT THE 2013 THEMED WEEKENDS.The 39th season will also welcome new characters including the Fairy Princess. The Falconer’s Stage is also being remodeled as the Falconer’s Heath.For more updates and events throughout the 2013 season, and information on weddings, School Days, group sales and wedding bookings, please call 800-458-3435 or visit www.texrenfest.com . And don’t forget to visit us on Facebook!The Festival is held Saturdays, Sundays and Thanksgiving Friday. Texas Renaissance Festival is located 50 miles Northwest of Houston on more than 55-acres of beautifully landscaped grounds on FM 1774, between Magnolia and Plantersville, Texas.