The Texas Renaissance Festival kicked off it’s 41st year and I was there on opening day with thousands of other attendees and performers.
Note: If you enter the Festival by yourself, you are not accosted to by the Festival photographers to have your picture taken. But, if you are dressed in costume you are asked politely by attendees to have your photo taken.
All the shows I attended was very entertaining. The performance by the Queen’s Guards was one of the best.
The Joisting show was entertaining, but the funniest part was at the end of the show where the ring leader’s horse threw him and after a short attempt to calm the horse, the horse ran out of the ring following the other horses.
When there is a Doctor Who reference on the side of the haunted house, it is a must see.
3 thoughts on “Texas Renaissance Festival – 2015”
Oh that dude with the chainmail on his head and the skulls on his ‘belt’ freaking cool. And what’s with the ‘bones’ (hope that wasn’t real animals
There were a lot of cool costumes at the Festival. The “bones” were just props that were developed to be used in movies.
ok.. wasn’t sure if they were fake or just covered with something…