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Marfa Myths 2018

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April 12, 2018 Mexican Summer
Ballroom Marfa

Marfa Myths, the annual music, visual arts, and film festival programmed by Mexican Summer and Ballroom Marfa, returns in new form for 2018. Early bird tickets are on sale now for the April 12 – 15 festival dates taking place in the mystifying landscape of Marfa, Texas. Marfa Myths’ move from March to April accommodates campers and adventure seekers with warmer weather and expanded programming that puts this essential festival at the fringe of spring destination events. While we can’t announce “who” will make up that programming just yet, we can suggest “how” to ensure you don’t miss out on the Marfa Myths experience with this early opportunity to purchase limited weekend passes.

 

 

You have several options getting to Marfa, Texas. El Paso (ELP) or Midland (MAF) airports are both three hour rental car drives to Marfa’s desert haven. You can also take an Amtrak train straight to Alpine and drive the remaining 26 miles to Marfa. If you’re coming from Austin, the drive to Marfa is a simple six hours. And if you’re a real road warrior, the drive from Los Angeles is 17 hours. Once in Marfa, there are five fine hotels (El Cosmico, Hotel Paisano, Hotel Saint George, Riata Inn, Thunderbird Hotel, Arcon Inn), though camping and RV’ing are also viable options. If you’re having trouble finding a place to stay, there is ample lodging in Alpine and Fort Davis, which are less than an hour drive away.

 

Early Bird $150.00

Marfa Myths, the annual music, visual arts, and film festival programmed by Mexican Summer and Ballroom Marfa, returns in new form for 2018. Early bird tickets are on sale now for the April 12 – 15 festival dates taking place in the mystifying landscape of Marfa, Texas. Marfa Myths’ move from March to April accommodates campers and adventure seekers with warmer weather and expanded programming that puts this essential festival at the fringe of spring destination events. While we can’t announce “who” will make up that programming just yet, we can suggest “how” to ensure you don’t miss out on the Marfa Myths experience with this early opportunity to purchase limited weekend passes.

 

 

You have several options getting to Marfa, Texas. El Paso (ELP) or Midland (MAF) airports are both three hour rental car drives to Marfa’s desert haven. You can also take an Amtrak train straight to Alpine and drive the remaining 26 miles to Marfa. If you’re coming from Austin, the drive to Marfa is a simple six hours. And if you’re a real road warrior, the drive from Los Angeles is 17 hours. Once in Marfa, there are five fine hotels (El Cosmico, Hotel Paisano, Hotel Saint George, Riata Inn, Thunderbird Hotel, Arcon Inn), though camping and RV’ing are also viable options. If you’re having trouble finding a place to stay, there is ample lodging in Alpine and Fort Davis, which are less than an hour drive away.