Abbey Medieval Festival & Banquet Caboolture
The Abbey Medievel Festival
Redcliffe is the place to stay for the Abbey Medieval Festival this year. La Vida on Anzac is an easy drive to Caboolture and Bribie where the Abbey Medieval Festival is held annually (1-63 The Abby Place Caboolture, QLD). This Medieval Festival is a role players dream! Everything is medieval authentic; from the food, to the costumes, the campsites and even the daily activities and displays.
This is an annual event – This year that main days are Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July 2019,but the event goes for a full week so why not stay with us and enjoy the beach and events in comfort.
Costumes and family fun – KINGS, QUEENS, KNIGHTS AND JESTERS
If you attend the Abbey Medieval Festival, then being in theme costumes are a must. Start your festival weekend off by booking your seat at the Medieval Banquet, where you’ll be served a delicious completely authentic feast. A Steward, will show you all the traditions of a high table banquet, including the tradition of washing your hands in rose water. Attendees will be entertained all night by the folk dancers, hilarious court jesters, and very talented musicians. This banquet will definitely send you back to the 14th century!
But don’t worry If you missed your seat at the banquet , on the eve of the tournament weekend, you can witness for FREE an authentic 14th century knighting ceremony in the Abbey Church.
The Abbey Medieval Festival
When : 11th and 12th July 2020
Where: 1 – 63 Abbey Place (Off Toorbul Point Road) Caboolture 4501
Cost: $42 to $109 See for more Pricing https://abbeymedievalfestival.com/events-and-tickets/tournament-weekend/
For More Info See https://abbeymedievalfestival.com/
The main festivities are on the Saturday and Sunday. This is where the fun begins. Again costumes are highly encouraged. A couple of things you should make sure you look out for are the battles featuring the last appearance of the Varangian Guards and the siege of Abbystowe. You’ll see and hear plenty of fire power here as the groups show off all there canons and firepower. The bow and arrow tournaments and the 14th Century Foot Battles are also an amazing display of talent; and, if you stick around after the shows you’ll be able to chat with the actors and experience the different types of weapons they use.
Make sure you stop for lunch around the Queens Court. The Queen, is the one responsible for settling all the disputes, and she may call on you to help resolving the disputes. The festival finishes the day off with a funeral procession that is a feast for the senses, featuring armored Knights, horses, priests, and all the bells and whistles you could imagine at a Medieval Festival. It’s a fantastic way to finish off the day.
Make sure to head over to the specials page at www.lavidaonanzac.com.au and make it a weekend to remember. Have a look at the fantastic specials and when you book direct we guarantee we’ll better any online agents price for La Vida on Anzac Apartments, and you’ll get a free gift on arrival! There are so many more activities and displays that 2 days is definitely needed for the full Abbey Medieval Festival experience.