Welcome to Valhalla BattleFest, where Modern Knights, and those loving swords, music, fantasy, dystopian futures, food , fun and Hijinx!
Welcome to Valhalla Battlefest, where the strong will live forever! Do you like music? We have it. Do you like Fights? We have Steel, Rattan, Foam, and Wrestling! Dou you enjoy movies? We have those too! Come to Valhalla and live like the gods!
Our Valhalla Battlefest Schedule is below:
Valhalla Schedule Tuesday Aug 23, 2022 5pm – Opening Toast 6pm – Referee Class
Wednesday Aug 24, 2022 10am – Staff meeting 11am – Armor and weapons inspection 12:30pm – Sword and Shield tournament followed by Longsword Tournament 2pm – Combat Battles (Foam) 3pm – Valhalla University 6pm – Wedding 7pm – Party in Main Hall 9pm – Wednesday Night at the Movies – Mad Max & The Road Warrior
Thursday Aug 25, 2022 10am – staff meeting 11am – Armor up and weapons inspection 12:30 pm – Great sword tournament 2pm – Combat Battles (Foam) 3pm – Valhalla University 4pm – Melee – Capture the Flag 7pm – Armor and Referee Class 9pm – OIL Wrestling 9pm – Thursday Night Sci Fi Theater – Beyond Thunder Dome & Fury Road
Friday Aug 26, 2022 10am – Staff meeting 11am – Armor & Weapons Inspection 12:30 – Sword and Buckler Tournament 2pm – Combat Battles (Foam) 3pm – Valhalla University 4pm – Melee – Mass battle 7pm – Friday Night Knight Fights 9pm – Blood Wrestling 9pm – Friday Night Double Feature 10pm – RAVE with DJ Mareezel
Saturday Aug 27, 2022 10am – Staff meeting 11am – Armor up and weapons inspection 12:30pm – Buhurt Tournament 2pm – Combat Battles (Foam) 6pm – Costume party 7pm – MUSIC FEST CONCERT (on going) 9pm – The Beer Pit 9pm – Saturday Night at the Movies – Creature Double Feature
“Hel’s kingdom seems to have been reserved for the common dead, especially those who were not slain by handheld weapons. Valhöll, however, welcomed the valiant. Originally located beneath the earth, the Hall of Warriors fallen in battle” was transported close to Asgard, the abode of the gods, and according to the Sayings of Grimnir, it occupied the fifth heavenly dwelling place, the World of Joy (Gladsheimr) There, every day, Odin chose the warriors who died in combat and shared them with Frigg (Freyja). It was believed that Valhöll had the Unique Warriors (Einherjar), the elite. It is easy to understand why the Germans dreaded to die bedridden; if they were at risk of this, they asked those close to them to mark their bodies with spears. In the Saga of Ynglingar (chapter 9) Snorri Sturluson says that the god Odin, seen here from a euhemeristic perspective, proceeded in this way, but it is surprising to see Njörd, a god of the third function, demanding to be marked with this martial sign.”