Texas Renaissance Festival Announces Ticket Sale
February is marked by pink and red, but we’re painting the town purple, for royalty, as the King of the Texas Renaissance Festival proclaims that tickets for the 39th annual event go on sale Friday, March 1st.
His highness’s loyal patrons can secure season passes, group or individual tickets to the Texas Renaissance Festival online at www.texrenfest.com/buy-tickets or by phone at 1-800-458-3435 starting Friday.
The Texas Renaissance Festival includes eight themed weekends running from Oct. 12, 2013 through Dec. 1, 2013. 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.
Preparations for the nation’s largest and most acclaimed Renaissance theme park are already underway, as on-site artisans are crafting new products for their shoppes and event planners are making venue enhancements such as expanding festival and parking roads and exit gates. 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.
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. Themes include Oktoberfest, 1001 Dreams, All Hallows Eve, Pirate Adventure, Roman Bacchanal, Barbarian Invasion, Highland Fling and Celtic Christmas. Visitors can find dates and full descriptions of each weekend at http://texrenfest.com/themed-weekends.
The 39th Texas Renaissance Festival will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends, Thanksgiving Friday and for the School Days Program, Oct. 12 – Dec. 1, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Discounted ticket sales begin at outlets Sept. 1.