Barbarian Invasion Coming To ‘Space City’

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SH 249 Brings the Texas Renaissance Festival Closer to Houston, Navasota, and the surrounding areas just in time for a barbarian invasion. With the widening of FM 1774 between Plantersville and Magnolia and the expansion of SH 248, Texas Renaissance Festival is now closer to Houston, Navasota, College Station, and Bryan.

“SH 249 is now connected from the Willowbrook area in Houston and a few miles short of Navasota” says Carl Foy, Director of Marketing for the Texas Renaissance Festival.

Just in time for the immensely popular Barbarian Invasion at the Texas Renaissance Festival! The Texas Renaissance Festival will get assistance from Lords and Ladies from neighboring Kingdoms in fending off the Barbarian invasion, per the King’s order. The largest fall fireworks display in the region, which concludes each day at the Texas Renaissance Festival, will be a highlight of the weekend. Solar Rain’s fire performances begin the show at 7:20 p.m., followed by breath-taking fireworks at 8:00 p.m. presented in Houston by Top Dog Fireworks.

The Texas Renaissance Festival is open every Saturday, Sunday, and on Thanksgiving Day through November 27th from 9:00 am until 8:00 pm. By ordering tickets in advance at, each participant can save $5. On Sundays, children under 12 are admitted free! The biggest and most well-known Renaissance-themed festival in the country is the Texas Renaissance Festival. Since its inception in 1974, the festival near Todd Mission, Texas, has drawn more than 500,000 visitors to its 55-acre New Market Village and Fields of New Market Campgrounds.

source prnewswire

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