The Texas Renaissance Festival 2018

Nine Weekends of Huzzah!

The nation’s largest Renaissance theme park opens the gates of its enchanted village September 29th for a season of 9 fun-filled themed weekends. This year promises to be one of the largest ever, as over half a million guests join us to celebrate all the fun, food, music, shopping, and entertainment that has made us the largest festival of our kind in the country.

2018 Texas Renaissance Festival Dates and Themes
Kids 12 and Under Free Every Sunday!

* Oktoberfest - September 29 & 30
* 1001 Dreams (Fairies and Fantasy) - October 6 & 7
* Barbarian Invasion - October 13 & 14
* Pirate Invasion - October 20 & 21
* All Hallows Eve - October 27 & 28
* Roman Bacchanal - November 3 & 4
* School Days (School Groups Only) - November 6 & 7
* Heroes and Villains - November 10 & 11
* Highland Fling - November 18 & 19
* Celtic Christmas (Friday/Saturday/Sunday) - November 24, 25, 26

The Texas Renaissance Festival is the Nation’s largest and most acclaimed Renaissance theme park where the sights, sounds, tastes and beauty of the 16th Century come alive for eight magically-themed weekends. We welcome more than half a million guests annually and features nearly 500 costumed performers on 17 stages; 400 shoppes including international food purveyors, unique artisans, merchants and craft vendors; human-powered rides; an abundance of strolling performers and the Royal Fireworks display at dusk. The festival is held on Saturdays, Sundays and Thanksgiving Friday. The

Texas Renaissance Festival is located 50 miles Northwest of Houston on 55 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds on FM 1774, between Magnolia and Plantersville, Texas. For more information, visit TexRenFest.com.

The King and Queen look forward to hosting you at the 2018 Texas Renaissance Festival. As we say in the Kingdom, “Lift up your cares!”

Membership Management by Memberize™
© 2001-2018 Hill Country Technologies, LLC. All rights reserved.
Your session is about to expire...
Login Required
Admin Order Form