Saturday, June 25, 2022
- Mud Day Celebration at Nature Discovery Center | FREE – Wallow, stomp, paint, build and craft some mud pies in this celebration of International Mud Day at the park space in Bellaire. Old clothes and a beach towel are recommended to bring, and you’ll have a chance to hose off after the fun. 10am to noon.
- To The Sonic Power at Children’s Museum Houston – Grab a photo with the world’s fastest hedgehog, if you can catch the speedy blue hero when he swings by the Museum District. $15 for ages 1 and up. 10am to 5pm.
- 2nd Annual Summer Seoul Festival at Independence Park – Immerse yourself in all things K-pop and K-Hip Hop at this Asian music and food festival in Pearland, completely with the Myeongdong Market Pavilion featuring food, drink and dessert vendors, local shopping, three large dance competitions, and more fun for all ages. $10. 11am to 10pm.
- Caribbean Craft Market: Caribbean Heritage Month Edition at Kulture – On the outdoor patio of the Black-owned Downtown restaurant, you can celebrate Caribbean Heritage Month with local, Caribbean-owned vendors, plus enjoy cultural activities for kids and grub on tasty island cuisine. Free with early bird registration; $5 at the door. Noon to 5pm.
- 44th Annual Houston Pride Celebration at City Hall – The signature event of Pride Houston returns for its 44th edition, featuring an all-day festival at City Hall with DJs, vendor booths, a Family Fun Zone, and Coi Leray headlining the concert stage. Festival admission is $5; the 7pm parade watching is free. Noon to 10pm.
- Wine Tasting at Bodega Bellaire Wine + Goods | FREE – Try delicious wines from the “natural” wine world, curated by Light Years Wines’ own Steve Buechner, while enjoying cheese from Houston Dairymaids, a CBD bar, and more at the charming wine shop in Bellaire. 1pm to 4pm.
- Dream Drawings at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston | FREE – Inspired by the exhibition, Mariah Garnett: Dreamed This Gateway, create your own drawing of the dreams you remember or invent at this drop-in experience at CAMH. 1pm to 4pm.
- Revelry Summer Bar Olympics at Revelry on Richmond – Grab your crew and vie for the gold prize ($400 cash, plus a trophy) when the Montrose bar’s summer bar olympics return, with team competitions in giant beer pong, b-ball shootout, cornhole, flip cup, giant Connect 4, and the new water obstacle course. $20 registration per four-person team. 1pm to 6pm.
- Everything Everywhere All At Once Movie Screening and Q&A at Asia Society Texas Center – Celebrate the career of legendary actor James Hong with a screening of the critically-acclaimed film, Everything Everywhere All at Once, followed by a Q&A with actor James Hong and co-star Jamie Lee Curtis. $35 and up. 6pm.
- Chicago & Brian Wilson in Concert at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson and the legendary rock band Chicago bring the classics to the Woodlands during their 25-city summer tour. $35.50 and up. 7pm.
- Houston Dynamo FC vs. Chicago Fire FC at PNC Stadium – Led by Swiss winger and former Liverpool midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri, the Chicago Fire pay a visit to the Dynamo on Pride Night in EaDo. $11 and up. 7pm.
- Honey Moon at Houston Arboretum & Nature Center – Learn about bees’ important role in our ecosystem, take a guided night hike, taste local honey and enjoy a craft brew from St. Arnold’s Brewing Company at this bee-inspired event. $45. 7pm to 9pm.
- An Evening with Vic DiBitetto at House of Blues – House of Blues presents An Evening with Vic DiBitetto, featuring the self-proclaimed “Donkey of Comedy” and “The Working Class Zero” for one night only. $25 and up. 7:30pm.
- Tom Keifer Band, LA Guns, Faster Pussycat in Concert at Warehouse Live – Catch three raucous, loud and slammin’ acts on their Sonic Slam summer tour in EaDo. $35 and up. 7:30pm.
- Don McLean in Concert at Cullen Performance Hall – Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the legendary folk rock album, American Pie, singer-songwriter Don McLean will perform at the Cullen Performance Hall on the University of Houston campus. $16.71 and up. 7:30pm.
- Denzel Curry in Concert at 713 Music Hall – The Florida rapper just recently dropped his fifth studio album, Melt My Eyez See Your Future, which is doing work on the Billboard charts as he comes to Post Houston’s concert stage. $32 and up. 8pm.
- Houston Latin American Chamber Orchestra presents Romance at Miller Outdoor Theatre | FREE – Catch a concert full of romantic Latin American music and dance at the free-admission theater at Hermann Park. 8:30pm.
- Taylor Swift Night at White Oak Music Hall – This party is Taylor-made for the ultimate fans. You’ll dance the night away, surrounded by Swifties, singing along to Taylor Swift’s greatest hits. $15 and up. 9pm.
- The Riot Comedy Show presents Grady Pruitt at Rudyard’s Pub – The Houston comedian and constant performer on the comedy festival scene will be at Rudyard’s to tape his first live comedy album. $15 and up. 9pm.
Sunday, June 26, 2022
- Sunday Funday in East End – Plan a fun-filled day with our guide for ways to pack your Sunday mornings, afternoons and nights in East End.
- Bellaire Open Air HTX Market at Evelyn’s Park | No Cover – Shop from local artisans and small businesses at Bellaire Open Air HTX at Evelyn’s Park. Noon to 4pm.
- Doodle Social at Little Woodrow’s Midtown | No Cover – Spend the dog days of summer with other doodle owners and watch as your pups enjoy time off-leash in a giant puppy pool with toys and treats provided. Noon to 5pm.
- Raxx Vintage Market at Sugar Land Town Square | FREE – Shop for vintage shoes, shirts and more from over 50 vendors at this outdoor market in Sugar Land. Noon to 6pm.
- Future Fest Market at Post Houston | No Cover – Buy, sell and trade apparel with more than 45 sneaker, streetwear and vintage vendors at this afternoon market at Downtown’s Post building. Noon to 6pm.
- Summer Open Studios at Art Square Studios on Almeda | FREE – Take in a group exhibition from more than two dozen artists on display at Art Square Studios in Third Ward. 2pm to 4pm.
- DJ Will Clarke at Clé Houston – Take a dip and party poolside with DJ Will Clarke, known for his hits “Hallelujah,” “The Hymn,” and “My Church.” $10. 2pm to 8pm.
- Afternoon Tea: Inspired by India at Central Market – Learn about the art of afternoon tea from the instructors at Central Market Cooking School. Prepare the perfect pot and learn how to serve it alongside finger sandwiches, scones, cakes and tarts. $50. 3pm.
- The Crüe in Concert at Rise Rooftop | FREE – Crüeheads and ’80s rock fans will enjoy the sounds of the Motley Crüe tribute band at Rise Rooftop. 3pm.
- The Fairytale Project at Discovery Green | FREE – Watch the inspired historical tale about faith, family and love when a young African American family reconnects with their East Texas roots. 5pm to 7pm.
- Adult Craft Night: DIY Neon Signs at Axelrad – Team up with the instructors from Crafters Paradise and learn how to make your own customized neon sign to take home. $40. 6pm to 8pm.
- 5 Seconds of Summer in Concert at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Out of Australia, the pop-rock foursome hits the stage in the Woodlands on the Take My Hand World Tour, promoting their forthcoming fifth album, 5SOS5. $29.50 and up. 7pm.
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