Find the can’t-miss events in Houston with our Day + Nightlife Guide for Wednesday, July 10 to Sunday, July 14, 2019.
Happening This Week
Also in July 2019
The only thing we have to fear is the fear of missing out itself.
Fear no more, we’ve got you covered with our in-the-know list of art, music, and nightlife events happening around Houston, from Wednesday through Sunday.
Day + Nightlife Guide
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
- New Found Glory in Concert at House of Blues – Catch a set from the emo-pop-punk band, New Found Glory at House of Blues in Downtown. Tickets start at $24.50. 6pm.
- DIY Downtown: Candles with Essential Oils at Part & Parcel – Get crafty with Pop Shop America at Part & Parcel inside The Whitehall Houston and make a set of 3 small candles to keep. Tickets are $36. 6:30pm to 9:30pm.
- Live Music at The Cottonmouth Club featuring Goat Leather | No Cover – Hit the Cottonmouth Club to check out Goat Leather, a grizzled pair of Houston roustabouts, who play music, tell stories, sing songs, and otherwise complement the bar and its patrons. 7pm to 10pm.
- King of the Hill Trivia at Under the Radar Brewery | No Cover – Dust off that propane knowledge and get ready for a King of the Hill trivia night at Under the Radar Brewery. There will be prizes for best team name and winning team. 7:30pm.
- Bingo Night at Little Woodrow’s Rice Village | No Cover – Little Woodrow’s bar in Rice Village hosts a Bingo Night featuring prizes, drinks, and food every Wednesday throughout the summer. 8pm.
Thursday, July 11, 2019
- First Thursday at Mid Main – Browse an art garden and market, listen to live music, and sip beer and cocktails during the First Thursday celebration at Mid Main. Suggested donation of $5. 6pm.
- Steak Night at Social Beer Garden – Chow down on a juicy steak with a Taiwanese twist when Social Beer Garden teams up with Snow Topi for its weekly steak night. The menu features locally sourced beef and veggies with a vegan option to boot. Tickets are $20. 6pm to 10pm.
- Queer Teen Night at CAMH | No Cover – The Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston host an inclusive event for queer teens and allies with dancing, art-making, and discussions about current exhibitions. 6:30pm to 9:30pm.
- The Posies in Concert at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck – The Seattle-based modern pop band, The Posies, perform live at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck. Moving Panoramas open the show. Tickets are $20 in advance; $22 at the door. 7pm.
- Sing! Thursdays at Hamburger Mary’s – Participate in Sing!, an interactive show that comes complete with audience games, drag performances and a side of karaoke at Hamburger Mary’s. A $5 per person entertainment fee is added to the guest check. 7:30pm.
- Gravity Movie Screening at Rooftop Cinema Club – Head to the rooftop of Uptown’s BLVD Place to watch an outdoor movie under the stars. Thursday night’s film is Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney as astronauts struggling to survive while stranded in space. Tickets start at $17. 8:30pm.
Friday, July 12, 2019
- 21 Savage in Concert at White Oak Music Hall – After being detained by immigration authorities early in the year, 21 Savage now continues on his tour supporting his sophomore album, I Am > I Was, on the White Oak Lawn. Tickets range from $55 to $505 for VIP Meet & Greet opportunities, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 6:30pm.
- Beats & Eats at Midtown Park | No Cover – Start your Friday with tunes courtesy of Dj Mav, DJ Flash Gordon Parks, and Eimaral Sol at Midtown Park’s Beats & Eats event. Nosh on delicious food from Zansét Cateringa and sip on boozy (and non boozy) treats from Kicpops. 6:30pm to 8:30pm.
- Scott Stapp of Creed in Concert at House of Blues – The singer-songwriter best known as the lead singer of the band, Creed, Scott Stapp, performs live at House of Blues in Downtown. Tickets start at $16. Doors at 7pm. Show at 8pm.
- Kirk Franklin in Concert at Revention Music Center – The gospel musician and songwriter, Kirk Franklin, brings “The Long Live Love Tour” to Revention Music Center. Tickets start at $74. Doors at 7pm; show at 8pm.
- Michael McDonald and Chaka Khan in Concert at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Listen to the iconic music of two Grammy Award-winners Michael McDonald and Chaka Khan when the musicians perform a live concert at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Tickets start at $31, but you may find cheaper or better seats on TicketNetwork’s resale site. 7pm.
- The Last Dance: A Tribute to Tom Petty at Rockefellers – Enjoy tunes from the rock icon, Tom Petty, with a performance from the tribute band, The Last Dance at Rockefellers. Tickets range from $10 to $25. 7pm to 10pm.
- Die Antwoord Tribute Night at Barbarella’s – Barbarella’s in Midtown hosts a dance tribute night to the South African hip hop group, Die Antwoord. Cover charge at the door. 9:30pm.
- Jody Wisternoff at Spire Houston – Spire Houston nightclub in Downtown hosts a dance night with sounds by DJ Jody Wisternoff. Tickets are $10. 10pm.
- Les Femmes DJs at The Dive – The all-Texas female DJ collective, Les Femmes provide the vibes and sounds at The Dive. Cover charge at the door. Ladies get in free until 11pm.
- The Fetish Late Show at Prohibition Theatre – The Fetish Late Show is back at Prohibition with themed burlesque produced by The Moonlight Dolls. The exclusive, one-of-a-kind late night show features The Moonlight Dolls and their most risque, daring, and sexiest acts. Themed attire is encouraged, but nudity is not permitted. Tickets are $20, but limited discounted $10 tickets are available for most shows. 11:30pm.
Saturday, July 13, 2019
- Saint Arnold Pub Crawl and Concert at Market Square Park | No Cover – Sip Saint Arnold brews at various bars around Downtown, then gather at Market Square Park for an evening of live music by the Austin-based funk band, Capyac. 2pm.
- Galveston ArtWalk on Galveston Island – One of the Galveston Arts Center’s largest programs, Galveston ArtWalk promotes visual art and supports our arts-based community, offering alternative places to see and learn about art. Once weekly, ArtWalk has been expanded across Galveston Island, taking place in commercial galleries, nonprofit arts spaces, and restaurants and retail stores. 6pm to 9pm.
- Sexy and Successful Sip & Shop at Vixen Academy – Ciao Bella hosts Sexy and Successful Sip & Shop at Vixen Academy, showcasing more than 20 women-centric vendors. There will be cocktails, food, shopping, music, and more. Attendees will be entered in raffle giveaways, get a complimentary cocktail, and a swag bag. Tickets are $5. 6pm to 9pm.
- Mason Jennings in Concert at The Heights Theater – The folk-pop singer, Mason Jennings performs live at The Heights Theater with support from Matt the Electrician. Tickets start at $22. 7pm
- Prettymuch in Concert at Revention Music Center – The pop boy band, Prettymuch, performs live for their “FOMO Tour” at Revention Music Center in Downtown. Tickets start at $32. 8pm.
- Midsummer Nightmare: Tribute Concert at House of Blues – The Midsummer Nightmare concert will feature performances from 138 Revamp: Tribute to Misfits, Godless: Tribute to Danzig, and No Remorse: Tribute to Metallica at House of Blues in Downtown. Tickets start at $15. 8pm.
- 713 Day Celebration with Wild Moccasins, Pearl Crush, and Mind Shrine at Axelrad | No Cover – Celebrate 713 Day and all things Houston with live music by Wild Moccasins, Pearl Crush, and Mind Shrine, with special DJ sets all night. 8pm.
- Doomsday Wrestling presents Summer Bummer at Sigma Brewing Company – Enjoy lots of laughs and antics when the wrestlers of Doomsday Wrestling present the Summer Bummer match at Sigma Brewing Company. Tickets range from $16 to $24. 8pm to 11pm.
- Movie Under the Moon: The Lego Movie 2 at Sugar Land Town Square | FREE – Head to a free Friday night viewing of the hilarious The Lego Movie 2, where Emmet, Lucy, and Lego Batman team up to take on outer space invaders who pose a new, dangerous threat to the citizens of Bricksburg. 8:30pm to 10:05pm.
- Ky-Mani Marley & the Konfrontation Band in Concert in West Houston – See Bob Marley’s son and his band live in concert, with a one-night only show. Marley’s music incorporates world music, hip hop, blues, rock, and a grass roots sound. Caribbean food & drinks will be on sale. $35. 8:30pm to 2am.
- Diplo in Concert at Stereo Live – The award-winning EDM producer and DJ, Diplo, arrives in West Houston for a can’t-miss high-energy night of irresistible music at Stereo Live Houston. Tickets range from $49 to $69. 10pm.
- Decadence: Late Night Gatsby Party at Prohibition Theatre – Inspired by the art deco hotels and grand cafes of the 1920s, Prohibition Supperclub and Bar steps back in time to when the parties were grander and life was a cabaret. This summer, it is throwing Decadence, a weekly Saturday night party inspired by The Great Gatsby. Tickets are $20, but limited discounted $10 tickets are available for most parties. 11:30pm.
Sunday, July 14, 2019
- Día De La Frida at Karbach Brewery | No Cover – Honor the life and art of Frida Khalo with an art market, live music, a costume contest, raffles, food trucks, and themed merchandise as Karbach hosts Día De La Frida. Noon to 8pm.
- Tex-Mex BBQ Block Party at Saint Arnold Brewing Company – Saint Arnold is teaming up with Houston Barbecue Festival for the inaugural Tex-Mex BBQ Block Party, celebrating the growing influence of Tejano and Tex-Mex cooking traditions in contemporary Central Texas-style craft barbecue. Tickets are $60 and will be sold online (no ticket sales at the door). 1pm to 4pm.
- Chromeo DJ Set at Clé – Close out the weekend at the club when Chromeo performs a live DJ set at Clé. Tickets start at $15. 2pm to 8pm.
- Summer Night Market in EaDo | No Cover – Shop local artwork and vintage finds at this evening market in EaDo. Live music, food, and drinks will also be available. 3pm to 8pm.
- Summer Salt in Concert at White Oak Music Hall – The Austin-based indie rock band, Summer Salt performs live at White Oak Music Hall. Dane Elephante and Motel Radio open the show. Tickets start at $17. 7pm.
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