Silobration is Magnolia’s annual celebration featuring a free vendor fair, food trucks, daytime activities, and two after-hours concerts featuring Drew Holcomb and Johnnyswim on the Silos grounds. The after-hours concerts on Friday and Saturday are the only Silobration events that will require a ticket. This year's Silobration will take place October 18-20.
We can’t wait to celebrate Magnolia’s fourth annual Silobration with you!
AMBER E LEA,
Ellen Mote Jewelry ,
Fontenelle Supply Co.,
Nomad Artisan Company,
Ramble & Company,
Range Leather Co.,
S A R A H B R I G G S,
Salt & Light Trading Co.,
Simple Beauty ,
Twenty Two West,
Waco Hat Company,
Cousin's Maine Lobster,
dOugh M G,
The Mix Cafe,
Wildflower Caramel Co.,
Urban Sips and Sweets,
Chucks Gourmet Popcorn,
Alabama Sweet Tea,
Captain Billy Whizzbangs,
Steel City Pops,
H.O.T Dog House
Andrea Howey & Co,
Barton Craft & Design,
Black Oak Art,
Boston Flower Co.,
Box Sparrow Studio,
Call Me Old Fashioned,
Doe A Deer,
kent youngstrom art,
Ralph Fields Candles,
Salt Shop Handmades,
The Northern Craft,
Through The Porthole,
Little Adi + Co.,
A'del Natural Cosmetics,
Adamo Nail Bar,
Chico Honey Company,
Lola Jane Naturals,
Tigerlillies Soap Emporium,
Walker Family Goods,
Euni + Co.,
Marry Me In Spring,
Ruff House Art,
Smitten On Paper,
Val Marie Paper
The safety of our guests, employees and vendors is our number one priority. All events, including the concert will take place rain or shine unless conditions are deemed unsafe. Umbrellas will not be allowed in to the venue, however, we encourage rain jackets and ponchos to stay dry during the performance.
Magnolia’s fourth annual Silobration will take place Thursday, October 18 through Saturday, October 20.
While a ticket is required for the concert on Friday and Saturday night, Silobration’s annual vendor fair is free and open to the public each day from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Tickets are not required for children under the age of 3.
All Silobration concert tickets are general admission only. There will be no VIP tickets available.
Magnolia Market will both operate under normal business hours on Thursday, October 18. On Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20, Magnolia Market will close at 5 p.m., but will reopen from 6 p.m. until the concert is over. Please note that you will not be able to enter Magnolia Market after 5 p.m. without a concert ticket. Silos Baking Co. will operate under normal business hours the entire event weekend, and the Silos Baking Co. Airstream trailer will be open on the grounds to ticket holders during the evening concerts.
Magnolia Market is open Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Silos Baking Co. is open Monday-Saturday from 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Yes, Magnolia Table will be open on Silobration weekend. Monday – Wednesday, it will be operating during its normal business hours from 6 a.m. – 3 p.m. Please note that the kitchen closes at 3 p.m. However, during Silobration from Thursday – Saturday, it will be open from 6 a.m. – 4 p.m. Again, the kitchen closes at 4 p.m. during this time.
We recommend all guests dress comfortably. October temperatures vary from year to year in Texas, so be sure to check the weather forecast for Waco as you pack your bags.
Whether you’re planning to spend the night or stay for the weekend, we suggest booking a hotel room as soon as possible, as many of the surrounding hotels tend to fill up quickly. You can find a full list of nearby hotels here.
Yes! However, Waco Regional Airport is relatively small and typically requires a connecting flight from a major nearby airport like DFW or Austin-Bergstrom. It’s not uncommon to fly into Dallas or Austin, rent a car, and make the drive, either. Waco is roughly a 90-minute drive from either city.
You can pick up your tickets on Friday (10/19) and Saturday (10/20) between the hours of 9:00am – 8:00pm at the guest services tent.
Representatives from the guest services department will be available onsite from 9:00am-6:00pm on Thursday (10/18) and 9:00am-8:00pm on Friday (10/19) and Saturday (10/20).
While a limited number of picnic tables are available on a first come, first served basis, neither lawn chairs nor blankets will be permitted on the grounds for the concert. However, wheelchairs and umbrella strollers are permitted.
The following items will not be permitted on the grounds for the concert, but not limited to:
+ Outside food & beverage
+ Alcoholic beverages
+ Cameras with a lens greater than 6″ in length
+ Backpacks (excluding baby bags that are accompanied by a baby)
+ Fireworks & explosives
+ Folding chairs
+ Illegal drugs
+ Knives of any size
+ Weapons of any kind
Please note: Magnolia reserves the right to prohibit any objects deemed by event officials as dangerous or detrimental to others enjoying the experience.
The concert is a general admission, standing room only event. A limited number of picnic tables are available on a first come, first serve basis on the perimeter of the lawn area.
Yes—the safety of our guests, vendors and employees is our top priority. As always, there will be a mandatory bag check at the entrance and a police presence throughout the venue and surrounding area.
While no outside food or drink is permitted beyond the ticket entrance, our food trucks will be open during the concert and water is available.
You will not be able to swap or exchange tickets for different nights at ticket check in. If you want to change nights, and tickets are still available, please contact Guest Services.
Yes. Shuttle bus services from McLane Stadium will be available pre- and post-event from the parking lot to the Magnolia Grounds. Our venue is wheelchair accessible with elevators located inside the Magnolia Market. During the concert, our lawn features a designated section for our guests with specific ADA needs. ASL interpreters will be present for the concert. At least one companion seat will be available for our guests with ADA accommodations. If you have specific ADA needs, please visit our Guest Services Tent for further assistance, or give us a call prior (254) 235-0603.
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This year, we are expecting more than 40,000 visitors to embark on Waco during Silobration weekend of October 18-20. And with plans to host more than 80 vendors and food trucks, as well as live music and festivities during the day, and a ticketed concert at night, we do expect it will be a lively weekend for the Silo District.
As we get ready for our fourth annual Silobration, this is your chance to be a part of the excitement during the day as guests explore our grounds.
In short, here is what you need to know:
If you are interested in performing during the day at this year’s Silobration, follow the link to the application.
Live Music Application
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