The Music of the Festival

This post is one in a series of my #Write31Days challenge about the Kansas City Renaissance Festival.  You can find the other posts here.

I think that one of the very best things of the Renaissance Festival is the music.  Of course, I might be a bit biased, since I was part of the music this year, but that’s entirely besides the point.

There are all sorts of musical groups and something for everyone.  There is a flautist.  There is a pirate group, an Irish group, and of course, the court sings as well.

Hmmm…. what is the best way to describe the music of the Renaissance Festival?  Would you mind horribly if I just give you a whole bunch of links?

Here is the SoundCloud playlist I made to learn all of my music.

Then there is the entertainment page at the Ren Fest website.  From there you can find information about:

The Jolly Rogers

The Maguire Brothers

And you can’t forget Pictus.  On the weekends that they were there, you knew it.  You could hear them almost all over the grounds.

That’s not all of the groups.  That’s barely even a sample.  There are approximately 22 different stages, and they are all full, all the time.

But it makes for one melodious cacophony of sound!


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