Scarborough Renaissance Festival will be featured on the new original series Adam Richman’s Fandemonium this Sunday, July 28 at 9 p.m. (CST) on the Travel Channel!

Host Adam Richman is on a mission to explore the world of ultimate super-fans and the extremes they go to in order to celebrate their passion.

Adam explores what makes someone willing to spend thousands of dollars on costumes, gear and food at their favorite event. His search brought him to North Texas to experience Scarborough Renaissance Festival during the 2013 season – the event he called the “Best of the Best” of all the events he visited during a recent interview for the series on NBC’s Today show.

“Scarborough Renaissance Festival is very excited to have been chosen to be one of the featured events included in Adam Richman’s Fandemonium’s inaugural season.

Many of the events showcased are some of the largest and most prestigious events in the country, such as the Daytona 500 and the Kentucky Derby, so we feel privileged to be in such outstanding company” said Coy Sevier, General Manager of Scarborough Renaissance Festival. “Our fans and staff (many of whom have been attending and/or working with the festival for decades) had a great time meeting Mr. Richman and sharing why they are so passionate about Scarborough. We can’t wait to see the segment!”

Scarborough Renaissance Festival is interactive family fun - 16th Century style! It’s the thrill at the full combat jousts and falconry demonstrations, 21 stages of non-stop entertainment, hundreds of costumed performers and so much more. Exploring 200+ shoppes and watching artisan demonstrations. Enjoying Renaissance rides & games, being knighted by King Henry VIII, or meeting the mysterious mermaids of Mermaid Lagoon. Feasting on food Fit for a King including our famous giant roasted turkey legs, participating in the daily wine tastings or partaking in an adult beverage at one of the 9 pubs and taverns. There’s something for everyone, so Come Step Back in Time for the Time of Your Life!

Scarborough Renaissance Festival runs 8 consecutive weekends during April and May every year and is located just 30 minutes south of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex off of I-35E at exit 399A. The 2014 season dates are April 5 – May 26. For more information visit