Middlelands 2017 || Sound Camp Info & Teaser

Middlelands 2017
Photo Credit: Rebecca Britt

Thinking about bringing your own medieval party to Middlelands this year? Check out the information on Sound Camps today!

For those of you who are unaware, Insomniac Events and C3 Presents have come together to bring you back to the middle ages with the first ever Medieval-themed music and camping festival. Set to take place from May 5th to the 7th in 2017, Middlelands will be held on the Texas Renaissance Festival Fairgrounds in Todd Mission, Texas. While many people have begun already working on preparations for next Spring, the hype of this event has definitely not died down over the past few weeks. I know that I am personally excited to see what is in store for the 60 acres of land that is usable, and of course what music will be playing as the background to my experience at Middlelands. Top that off with this epic teaser starring Kristian Nairn, aka Hodor, and I simply can’t wait.

Click HERE for all the information on different camping options.

Check out the Middlelands Teaser featuring Hodor on YouTube:

While multiple camping options were announced with the original release, one that piqued the interest of many was the announcement that sound camps would not only be allowed but would also be encouraged. Wait no longer for details, as the promoters have released the official information regarding how to get your sound camp up and running this spring. Highlighting aspiring performers, some established artists and those just looking to have an enhanced experience, these communities will all be collaborating on unique Sound Camps. Set to keep the party rocking all night long, you can join this special camping area today. Granting approved groups assigned spots, campers can rent or bring their own large-format sound system to play music around the clock.

Click HERE to check out group camping registration and more information if you’ll need additional vehicles.

Three-Day Festival & Camping Passes will be on sale starting Tuesday, December 6th at 12pm CT HERE!

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