Top 14 Things to Do This Week in Houston: February 26 to March 4, 2018

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Make the most of your week with our top 14 event picks happening in Houston from Monday, February 26 to Sunday, March 4, 2018.

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Stop and smell the azaleas, kick the dust up at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, walk in a 5k to support local AIDS service organizations, watch a parade in The Heights, test your knowledge of Arrested Development at trivia night and more happening this week in Houston.

Top 14 Things to Do This Week in Houston

  • Pop-Up Sandwich Night at Kirby Ice Houston | Tuesday, February 27Be the first in Houston to taste East Hampton Sandwich Co. tasty goodness at a come-as you are pop-up dinner in Upper Kirby. Half of sandwich sales go to support underprivileged Houston children. No cover. 6pm to 9pm.
  • Of Mice & Men in Concert at White Oak Music Hall | Tuesday, February 27Check out California-based metalcore band Of Mice & Men as they promote their latest album, Defy, at White Oak Music Hall. Tickets start at $20, but you might find better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork resale website. Doors open at 6pm.
  • Rodeo Special at Tony Mandola’s Gulf Coast Kitchen | Starts Tuesday, February 27Show your rodeo tickets and receive a cowboy-sized meal for a discounted price at Tony Mandola’s Gulf Coast Kitchen. With the purchase of an entree, rodeo attendees will get a 6-to-8 ounce lobster tail and 14-ounce ribeye for free.
  • Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo at NRG Park | Starts Tuesday, February 27 – Dust off your boots and head to NRG for the Rodeo, complete with carnival rides, rodeo competitions and fried food, as well as nightly concerts from acts like Garth Brooks, Little Big Town, Leon Bridges, Blake Shelton, Kelsea Ballerini, and Alessia Cara. Tickets start at $18, but you may find tickets on TicketNetwork’s online resale marketTimes vary.
  • Arrested Development Trivia at Under the Radar Brewery | Wednesday, February 28 – Test your knowledge of the sitcom Arrested Development while sipping discounted brews at Under the Radar Brewery. Prizes will be awarded to the trivia winners, the team with the best name, and the best-dressed participants. 7pm.
  • Houston Fishing Show at George R. Brown Convention Center | Wednesday, February 28 to Sunday, March 4 – Find all things needed for the ultimate fishing trip at the 43rd Annual Fishing Show at George R. Brown Convention Center. Peruse a selection of boats, kayaks, and equipment, explore exhibits from regional resort areas, marinas, fishing camps and seashore, and attend seminars led by industry experts. $12. Thursday and Friday noon to 9pm; Saturday 10am to 7pm; Sunday 10am to 6pm.
  • Vibrations & Libations Mixer: The Science of Love at The Health Museum | FREE with RSVP – Enjoy art, film, music, food, and drink, while checking out the interactive, sensory exhibit BioRhythm and celebrating the launch of the new biology-based matchmaking app Pheramor. The event starts at 7pm with a talk by Dr. Brittany Barreto, geneticist and Pheramor cofounder, who will discuss how biology affects your compatibility and finding your soul mate. No cover, but RSVPs are strongly recommended. Talk at 6pm; mixer from 7pm to 10pm.
  • Steve Aoki with Desiigner in concert at Revention Music Center | Friday, March 2Party on when renowned DJ Steve Aoki takes the stage for his Kolony tour at Revention Music Center. Expect to hear electronic hits like “Turbulence,” “What We Started,” and “Kolony Anthem.” Tickets start at $33.50. 8pm.
  • George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic in concert at House of Blues | Friday, March 2Don’t miss your chance to see the “Prime Minister of Funk” and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic perform a memorable show at House of Blues. Tickets start at $30, but you may find better or cheaper tickets on the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 8pm.
  • The 83rd Azalea Trail in River Oaks | Friday, March 2 to Sunday, March 4 – Walk through a trail of pristine gardens full of azaleas and other flora at seven River Oaks locations. Participants will learn about architecture, flower arranging, and horticulture specific to our region. Tickets start at $10. 11am daily.
  • Crawfish Festival and Parade in The Heights | Saturday, March 3 – Cheer on local marching bands, dancers, cheerleaders, and drill teams as they parade down the streets of The Heights at this annual celebratory event. The parade ends with a crawfish festival, which features tons of vendors, food, drinks, and a singing competition. 10am to 6pm.
  • Houston Dynamo vs. Atlanta United FC at BBVA Compass Stadium | Saturday, March 3 Cheer on the Dynamo as they play Atlanta United FC in a home game at BBVA Compass Stadium. Tickets start at $24, but you may find cheaper or better seats on the TicketNetwork resale market. 2:30pm.
  • Harvest Green Chef Fest | Sunday, March 4 – Taste culinary creations from eight to 10 up-and-coming chefs preparing a variety of dishes using local produce at Harvest Green Chef Fest. Kids can partake in interactive cooking lessons, and adults can shop fresh ingredients from the farmers market. Tickets start at $75. Noon to 4pm.
  • AIDS Walk Houston 2018 at Sam Houston Park | Sunday, March 4 Join nearly 10,000 men, women, and children at Sam Houston Park to honor and remember friends and family members living with AIDS at the 29th annual AIDS Walk Houston. After the walk, enjoy a concert featuring local rappers Bun B and Paul Wall, rock band Los Skarnales, and DJ Gracie Chavez. 1pm to 5pm.

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