There are so many activities around Waco these days, but don’t forget about spending a midsummer day at Magnolia.

They love locals and continue to create a family friendly space. Here are a few things to add to your calendar for summer if you haven’t enjoyed time at Magnolia recently.

Buy a ticket, grab your blanket and plan a fun night out!

Under Summer Skies – Summer Concert Series

July 17 – The Suffers

August 14 – The Quebe Sisters

September 25 – The Lone Bellow

For more details on each performance click here.

Grab a cup of coffee and relax while enjoying the sights and sounds!

Live Music on the Patio – From now until September 30 enjoy live music on the Magnolia Press Patio. The listed dates are:

July 22, August 5, August 19 from 11-6 pm.

For more details click here.

Support local businesses by shopping at the Waco Downtown Farmers’ Market @ Magnolia.

August 31 at the Historic Barn

Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 10:00 am – 3 pm

For more details click here.

Plan ahead for Silobration 2021! October 28-30, 2021 will be the 6th annual Homecoming celebration. 

Evening concert ticket presale August 4, general sale August 5

For more details click here.

Need a place to stay? Check out our favorite Airbnb’s in the Waco area.

Between wiffleball, sno cones, shopping and food trucks — everyone will be happy with an afternoon at Magnolia. Just don’t forget to plan a nap time because everyone needs naps, even you Mama!


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Johnna King moved to Waco in January of 2017. She met her husband in college and after 9 years in the Marine Corps, they prayed for place to settle down and raise their family. She is the Domestic Engineer of Team King which currently consists of eight littles. Her oldest is 11, then 9, 7, 6, 5, 4, 2 & 16 months . She is due with their 9th in the summer of 2022. Motherhood is one of Johnna's many passions. She equally enjoys growing in obedience to Jesus, homeschooling the kids, running/weight lifting, photography, interior design, holistic living and writing. There is usually a half-read book on her nightstand. She runs their family blog You can always find Johnna looking for new places to eat, planning a date night or taking another picture.