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Texas Renaissance Festival Announces 2021 Sale of the Century Date

April 09, 2021


Todd Mission, TX (April 9, 2021) - "We are looking forward to a wonderful 47th season at The Texas Renaissance Festival, and we are proud to kick off our pre-season ticket sales with our Sale of the Century in May," said Texas Renaissance Festival General Manager Pat Coveney.

Sale of the Century - May 15, 2021

The sale date is set for Saturday, May 15, 2021 from 7am through 7pm, or until tickets are sold out.

A limited number of General Admission tickets will go on sale online and will be available until quantities run out. "We are offering the lowest price on Adult General Admission tickets for the season through the Sale of the Century," said Coveney. "We increased the volume this year so more of our patrons can take advantage of these savings and enjoy the festival this fall," he added.

In addition to General Admission tickets, Season Passes, Camping Passes, and Preferred and Valet parking passes will also be on sale.

This year the Texas Renaissance Festival will continue its annual tradition of donating a portion of the proceeds from the Sale of the Century event to the Society of Samaritans of Magnolia, Texas.

About the Texas Renaissance Festival

The Texas Renaissance Festival is the nation's largest Renaissance event. Each year over 450,000 patrons enter through the gates of the festival into a 16th Century European Village where performers immerse you in the enchantment of the village that features 21 stages of music and stage acts, 400 shoppes, artisans, and a world tour for the taste buds that of course include turkey legs! The Texas Renaissance Festival is located one hour north of Houston. 2021 TRF season dates are Saturdays and Sundays, October 9 - November 28. More information can be found at

About Society of Samaritans

Society of Samaritans provides food, clothing, and emergency financial assistance to residents of the greater Magnolia area. In addition, they have been a resource center for local disaster relief, and partners with Workforce Solutions and Magnolia Rotary Club to offer monthly training, resources, and mentor support for those seeking jobs. For more information visit