Plan Your Weekend: July 28 to 31, 2022

Dude Perfect, the zany sports and stunts variety show comes to Toyota Center | Courtesy of Dude Perfect

Updated Wednesday, July 27 at 10:15pm

Find the perfect things to do in H-Town with our Weekend Guide for Thursday, July 28 to Sunday, July 31, 2022.

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Things to Do All Weekend Long

  • Houston Shakespeare Festival: King Lear & Cymbeline at Miller Outdoor Theatre | Daily – On alternating nights, the Houston Shakespeare Festival brings the bard to the stage at Miller Outdoor, performing original productions of King Lear (Thursday and Saturday) and Cymbeline (Friday and Sunday). Times vary.
  • Anime Matsuri at George R. Brown Convention Center | Daily – Immerse yourself in a weekend of anime and Japanese pop culture with the return of this 16th annual convention that features cosplay, art vendors, concerts, video games, and much more. Day passes start at $45; $90 for a weekend pass. $40 for a kids weekend pass (ages 6 to 12); free for ages 5 and under. Times vary.
  • Houston Astros vs. Seattle Mariners at Minute Maid Park | Daily – The Astros fend off the Seattle Mariners in a four-game series at Minute Maid Park. Giveaways include a Yordan Alvarez jersey on Friday, an Alex Bregman bobblehead on Saturday, and an Astros tiara for Princess Day on Sunday. $27 and up. Times vary
  • Comedian Ian Bagg at Improv Houston | Thursday to Saturday – Best known for his talk show appearances and Comedy Central Presents, the Canadian comedian is notorious for his “no topic spared” sets. Tickets are sold by the table; $60 for 2 and up. Times vary
  • The Great Texas Mosquito Festival at Clute Municipal Park | Thursday to Saturday – Southwest of Houston, this annual festival offers days of fun with cornhole tournaments, music headliners, a carnival, and more in honor of the little bloodsucker. Tickets to the festival are $10; $25 for carnival wristbands. $5 for ages 6 to 12 and 65+. Times vary
  • Jerry Fest at Last Concert Cafe | Friday & Saturday – Throwback to the hippie days with Grateful Dead tribute band, Deadeye, across two days that also includes Watermelon Fest at the longtime near-Downtown haunt. $20 in advance; $25 day of. 8pm.
  • Common with Houston Symphony in Concert at Hobby Center | Friday & Saturday – Experience the Grammy Award-winning artist, actor, and philanthropist, Common, as he joins the Houston Symphony for a special twist on some of his biggest hits at Hobby Center. $34. 7:30pm. 
  • The Riot Comedy Show presents Phil Hanley at Rudyard’s British Pub | Friday & Saturday – From late night experiences to comedy festival stages and beyond, the Canadian comedian finds his way to Montrose’s Rudyard’s stage for back-to-back-nights of gut-busting routines. $15 and up. Times vary

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Ongoing Theater Shows & Arts Performances

Many plays, musicals, and other stage shows span multiple weeks. Scroll down to find new shows opening this week, then ongoing performances, followed by shows that are wrapping up this weekend.

  • The Real Inspector Hound at Main Street Theater | Daily | Ongoing – Catch a performance of this new whodunit play that spoofs Agatha Christie-style murders at the small but mighty theater in Rice Village. $39 and up. Showtimes vary.
  • Catastrophic Theatre presents Tamarie Cooper’s Live In-Person Sticky Sweet Summer Show at MATCH | Daily | Ongoing – The irrepressible, energetic, wild wit of Tamarie Cooper is back in this uproarious original production. Expect feral actors, dancing egg rolls and other hilarity across a show that delivers music and comedy in equal measures. Pay-what-you-can; suggested price of $35. Showtimes vary.
  • Clue at Alley Theatre | Daily | Ongoing – The Alley Theatre presents a live stage production inspired by the classic cult whodunit movie and board game, Clue. Murder and blackmail are on the menu at a dinner party when six guests assemble at Boddy Manor for a night they’ll never forget… if they make it out alive. Was it Mrs. Peacock in the study with the knife? Or Colonel Mustard in the library with the wrench? $30 and up. Showtimes vary
  • Stages presents Dream: The Music of the Everly Brothers at the Gordy | Daily | Ongoing – With their tight harmonies and songs that unmistakably captured the innocence of young love, the Everly Brothers left an enduring legacy on music, which DREAM explores through their story and 25 of their songs. $30 and up. Showtimes vary
  • AD Players presents The Sound of Music at the George Theater | Daily | Ongoing – The beloved Rodgers and Hammerstein musical is the story of a nun named Maria who is sent to be the governess for the von Trapp family in the last years before the Nazi invasion of Austria. Against a backdrop of the world changing, Maria finds love, holds fast to her faith and discovers her true purpose. $30 and up. Showtimes vary.
  • Sarah Sings a Love Story at Ensemble Theatre | Daily | Final Weekend – This regional premiere celebrates the love of Elaine and Russell, married for 30 years, through the music and life of jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. $41 and up. Showtimes vary.
  • Main Street Theater for Youth presents Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at MATCH | Saturday & Sunday | Final Weekend – This family-friendly musical is the story of a magical car and a family that embarks on the adventure of a lifetime. Featuring songs by the Sherman Brothers (of Mary Poppins and other Disney classics), this is sure to delight young and young-at-heart alike. $20 and up. Showtimes vary.
  • H.M.S. Pinafore at Hobby Center | Saturday & Sunday | Final Weekend – Houston’s Gilbert & Sullivan Society presents the 70th anniversary of the hysterical love story H.M.S. Pinafore featuring the very last performance of English castmate Alistair Donkin. $29 and up. Showtimes vary.

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Thursday, July 28, 2022

  • Tiny Trekkers at Houston Arboretum – Young explorers ages 2 to 4 are invited to this Thursday series of hands-on nature exploration at the Arboretum. This week’s theme is Colors of Nature. $12. Sessions at 9:30am and 11am.
  • New Hope Club at House of Blues Houston – The British pop trio jumps the pond for a summer tour in support of their newest tracks, “Girl Who Does Both” and “Getting Better.” $18. 6:30pm. 
  • The Parent Trap Movie Screening at First Colony Mall | FREE – Cozy up to First Colony Mall’s giant outdoor screen to watch the 90’s hit, The Parent Trap starring Lindsay Lohan. 7pm. 
  • Riesling & Raclette: Wine & Cheese Pairing at Messina Hof Winery – Join the experts at Messina Hof Winery to learn about perfect pairings of wine and cheese. $34.95 and up. 7pm. 
  • Encanto: The Sing Along Film Concert Tour at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Disney Concerts brings this production to the stage in the Woodlands, featuring the entire full-length animated film, Encanto, along with an on-stage band that will perform all of the record-breaking hit songs like the earworm “We Don’t Talk About Bruno”, plus “The Family Madrigal”, “Surface Pressure”, and more. $25 and up; 15% off when you use promocode BRUNO15 at checkout. 7:30pm. 
  • Memphis May Fire in Concert at Warehouse Live – The metalcore band from Dallas will play a live set in EaDo on their Remade in Misery Tour. $25 in advance; $30 and up at the door. 7:30pm. 
  • Comedian Deece Casillas at New Magnolia Brewing | No Cover – Best known for his stints on LMAO TV, Apple Comedy, Comedy Channel and as the host of The Social Hour, comedian Deece Casillas brings the laughs to New Magnolia Brewing in the Timbergrove area. 7:30pm.
  • Strfkr in Concert at White Oak Music Hall – Since their debut in 2007, the musical trio Strfkr has amassed six albums and hit after dance party hit. The Portland-based group stops by White Oak on their summer 2022 tour. $20 in advance; $22 at the door. 8pm. 
  • Comedian Sarah Sherman at the Secret Group – A recent addition to the Saturday Night Live cast, the comedian who also goes by Sarah Squirm has toured the country with unconventional routines that have had her open for outside-the-box comedians like Eric Andre. $20 in advance; $30 day of show. 8pm. 
  • Must Die! in Concert at Stereo Live – Houston’s own dubstep sensation, DJ and producer plays a live set at Stereo Live. $8. 10pm.
  • More Great Things to Do All Weekend Long – Some of the biggest things to do are happening all weekend long. Scroll up and see our list, or browse Houston Experiences to save on museum passes, tours, and more.

Friday, July 29, 2022

  • More Great Things to Do All Weekend Long – Some of the biggest things to do in Houston are happening all weekend long. Scroll up to see our list, or browse Houston Experiences to save on museum passes, tours, and more.

Things to Do on Saturday, July 30 & Sunday, July 31, 2022.

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Gabi De la Rosa is a lifestyle writer and editor in Houston. When she is not at her computer you can find her on the hunt for the newest restaurant or travel destination—she can easily make herself at home in the mountains or on the beach. Find out more about her latest adventures on Instagram @gabioftheroses_htx.


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