Get a Nightlife This Week: February 27 to March 5, 2023

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Updated Tuesday, February 28, 2023 at 1:05pm

Find the can’t-miss events in Houston with our Day + Nightlife Guide from Monday, February 27 to Sunday, March 5, 2023.

Your favorite nightlife guide is back to cure your weekly FOMO. We’ve got you covered with our in-the-know list of art, music, and nightlife events happening all week long around Houston, from Monday through Sunday.

Day + Nightlife Guide in Houston This Week: February 27 to March 5, 2023


  • Comedian Stavros Halkias at Houston Improv | Friday, March 3 to Sunday, March 5 – The crude comedy extraordinaire, actor, and writer is bringing his Fat Rascal tour down to the Bayou City, performing a whopping six shows over a three-day span. $140 for 4, and up. Times vary.

Monday, February 27, 2023

Tuesday, February 28, 2023

  • 10 Things I Hate About You Movie Screening at Daiquiri Time Out | No Cover – The 2023 Valentine’s Movie Series is finally coming to an end at the Galveston outpost for frozens, with a classic rom-com featuring the late great Heath Ledger, 10 Things I Hate About You. Plus, you can indulge in drinks, trivia, prizes and there will be food on hand from Crazy J’s Food Truck. 7pm to 11pm.
  • Comedian Jeff Leeson at Houston Improv – The king of crowd work is making his way to Spring Branch to grace the Houston Improv stage with his unique mash-up style of traditional stand-up and longform improvisation. $50 and up. 7:30pm.
  • Salsa y Bachata Tuesdays at Five Central | No Cover – Head to River Oaks for an evening of tacos, tequila and Latin dancing. All experience levels are welcome but you may brush up on some moves by arriving early and getting some free dance lessons with guest instructors. 8pm.
  • 3Breezy & KB Mike in Concert at Warehouse Live – 3Breezy & KB Mike are bringing the action to the EaDo stage in what is sure to be an absolutely fire night of hip-hop. $20 and up. 8pm.
  • Teddi Tuesday Live Podcast Show at Rise Rooftop – The popular live weekly podcast out of HTX, Teddi Tuesday hits up Rise to discuss everything from sports, community, and business at a live podcast recording with DJ assists, food trucks on site, and more. $10 in advance; $20 day of show; $100 for VIP section. 8pm.

Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Thursday, March 2, 2023

  • Texas Independence Day at Little Woodrow’s Midtown | No Cover – Celebrate Texas with drink specials on Gentle Ben Vodka and whiskey as Little Woodrow’s Midtown recognizes Texas’ Independence. 1pm to 2am. 
  • Muse, with Evanescence in Concert at Toyota Center – The larger-than-life alternative space rock, multi-platinum and Grammy Award–winning band Muse is bringing tunes from their ninth studio album, Will of the People, along with a special guest band, Evanescence. $39.50 and up. 6:30pm.
  • Texas Independence Day Dinner at Goode Company Armadillo Palace – Chef Levi Goode wants to celebrate Texas Independence Day the Goode Company way with live-fire cooking, Texas wine, and cocktails honoring Texas. $150 per person. 6:30pm.
  • Comedian Alignon Mitra at the Secret Group – The New York–based stand-up comedian, comedy writer, Harvard grad, and a veteran of the late night show stand-up circuit, Alignon Mitra is bringing his quick wit and sharp jokes to the Secret Group. $25. 7:30pm.
  • Comedian Aida Rodriguez at Houston Improv – The actress, writer, mother, and history-making comedian who became the first Latina to appear in two comedy specials on HBO and Showtime in one month is bringing her hilarious comedy set to Spring Branch when she takes over the Houston Improv stage. $40 for 2, and up. 8pm.

Friday, March 3, 2023 

Saturday, March 4, 2023 

  • Houston Holi: Festival of Colors at BH Ranch – Masala Radio presents Houston Holi, one of the country’s biggest festivals of India’s spring celebration. This year’s event will feature explosions of color, a live concert by Bollywood sensation Kanika Kapoor, plus Bollywood dancing, DJs spinning tunes, street foods, free carnival rides, a kids zone, giveaways, and more. Early bird tickets are $12; $15 at the gates; free for ages 4 and under. 11am to 5pm.
  • Gumbo Cookoff at Little Woodrow’s Midtown | No Cover – The Midtown outpost of the popular drinkery hosts an open competition for individuals and companies to see who can craft the best gumbo, and you can sample all the goods just by showing up. 11am to 7pm.
  • Kennimer x Holler Rodeo Kick-off Party at Holler Brewing Co. | No Cover – It’s time to get down for the second annual Rodeo Kick-Off party at Holler Brewing Co. in Arts District, featuring the release of the Texas-style Mexican lager, Kennimer Cold. Be sure to check out the local vendors that will be on hand and enjoy live music all day. 3pm to 11pm.
  • Comedian Katie Boyle at the Secret Group – The hilarious comedian all the way from Ireland is bringing her signature bits on American culture, dating and shame down South to the Secret Group. $20 and up. 8pm.
  • HeartByrne: A Talking Heads Tribute at Last Concert Cafe – It’s the perfect mashup of two bands, Heart meets the Talking Heads, when HeartByrne puts on a super fun show at everyone’s favorite late night Mexican restaurant and concert spot, just north of Downtown. $24 and up. 8pm.
  • NAV in Concert at Bayou Music Center – The Canadian rapper lands at Bayou Music Center in Downtown, supporting his recent album, Demons Protected by Angels. $25.50 and up. 8pm.
  • UFC 285 & Burlesque at Social Beer Garden | No Cover – UFC matches and Burlesque dancers, oh my! Head to Social Beer Garden in Midtown to watch some beautiful Burlesque performers before turning your attention to the giant 20-ft TV in favor of some burly UFC fighters. 8pm.
  • Kinky Circus & Artist Market at Numbers Nightclub – It’s time for the 25th Kinky Circus & Artist Market, and what better way to celebrate than with live performers, circus acts, local artists and vendors, and more at the Montrose nightclub. $30. 8pm to 2am.

Sunday, March 5, 2023 

  • UH Cougars vs. Memphis Basketball Watch Party at Wakefield Crowbar | No Cover – If you can’t be in Memphis to cheer on our No. 1 Coogs during their last regular game of the season, then head over to Wakefield Crowbar for food and drink specials. 11am.
  • RodeoHouston: Sunday Brunch at the Champion Wine Garden – The Champion Wine Garden by way of the Houston Rodeo is the brunch spot to be at as they’ll have special entertainment, brunch flights, brunch-style delicacies, and more. Prices vary, reservations recommended. 10am to 2pm.
  • IAMHER Label Night at Bauhaus – The IAMHER label all the way out of Montreal is in town and they’re putting on a show featuring performances by Sasha Carassi, Underher, and Houston’s own Dove City, celebrating their Coal In My Chest EP release. $10 and up. 6pm.
  • Let’s Talk Womxn presents Gold Glamour Gourmet Bash at CaracolKicking off Women’s History Month, volunteer-based collaborative movement Let’s Talk Womxn is hosting a “Let’s Talk & Celebrate” Gold Glamour Gourmet Bash featuring 24 restaurateurs. The evening will feature Houston hosts Sharon Haynes, Alli Jarrett, and Tracy Vaught as they honor Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day with abundant food, power cocktails, and entertainment. $100 per person. 6pm to 8pm.
  • Sekai on Sunday at Sekai Day Time Beach Club Close out the week the Sekai Sunday way and mingle with friends and strangers alike over drinks, live music, and more in EaDo. Free with RSVP before 11:30pm. 10pm to 2am.

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