38th Annual Texas Storytelling Festival





Denton Civic Center

321 E McKinney St

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Texas Storytelling Festival March 9-12.

Everyone loves a good story!

Hear personal stories, ghost stories, a liars contest, sacred tales, youth activities, a story slam, poetry slam, music, and so much more. In addition, participants you can attend workshops to hone your own storytelling skills.

A weekend pass includes:

  • 50 storytellers
  • 13 storytelling concerts including Ghost Tales, Liars Contest, Fringe, and Story Slam.
  • 9 workshops
  • 3 music concerts
  • 1 poetry slam
  • 1 storytelling slam

Our Nationally Known Featured Tellers:

Sheila Arnold depicts historical characters and presents Christian monologues along with a variety of stories and folktales.

Elizabeth Ellis is a National Storytelling Festival favorite known for her memorable and powerful personal stories.

Colin Urwin shares traditional Irish and Scottish folk tales and songs.

Joe Hayes is a nationally recognized teller of Southwestern folktales from the Hispanic, Native American and Anglo cultures.

Bernadette Nason is best known for her amusing anecdotal stories, and multicultural folktales and fairy tales.

Full weekend pass – $60- $90

February 23 – Deadline for early bird registration. Save $35!


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