What is the Texas Viking Festival?
The Texas Viking Festival is a celebration of music, entertainment, food and friendship and is held during two weekends in June and December near the time of the Summer and Winter Solstices.
The Summer Solstice event, known as the "Midsommar Festival" is a nighttime event held over two weeks during Friday and Saturday evenings.
The Winter Solstice event, known as the Yuletide Festival, is held in over two weekends in December and is a daytime event on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
What is there to see/do/experience?Expect the following on most any day at the Texas Viking Festival:
- Live Music
- Demonstrations of Trade Work
- A Wide Variety of Foods
- Sanctioned Competitions/Sports
- Mounted Archery and Combat Demonstrations
- Full Armored Fighting
- Vendors Selling Hand-Made Goods
- Living Encampments to Tour
- Archery Competitions
- Contests: Beard, Horn Blowing, and Other Skills
- Mead and Cider from Thorin's Mead
Starting in June of 2022, The Texas Viking Festival will be brining in a major recording band for each festival for one-night-only performances. This is a separate event held at the Festival and requires an additional ticket.
Who has been confirmed?
We are excited to confirm that Corvis Corax will be performing June 11. This is the first time for them to perform in the Untied States in over 18 years! Saxon Moon will open for Corvus Corax, and Solar Rain will perform live during the Corvus Corax concert. Other guest appearances will happen, but you need to be here to see it!