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Top 10 Things to Do This Week in Houston: January 18 to 24, 2021

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Make the most of your week with our top 10 event picks happening in Houston from MLK Day, Monday, January 18 to Sunday, January 24, 2021.

Planning your week these days can be challenging but we’ve got you covered with our picks for events and virtual events taking place throughout Houston this week.

Be sure to check back in the coming days as we add events when they emerge. Do you know an event that could make the list? Let us know at [email protected] with a link to the official event details.

Scroll below to find great things happening in Houston from MLK Day, Monday, January 18 to Sunday, January 24, 2021.

Top 10 Things to Do This Week in Houston

  • 6th Annual MATCH Family Fun Day: At-Home Edition | MLK Day, Monday, January 18 to Sunday, January 24 | FREE – The annual Family Fun Day goes virtual this year, with a week of online material, including kid-friendly videos, video dance performances from Open Dance Project, puzzles, a hip-hop dancing class with Break Free Hip-Hop School and more. The program will be available online starting Sunday, January 17, 2021.
  • 43rd Annual Original MLK Day Virtual Experience & Live Parade of Giving | MLK Day, Monday, January 18 | FREE – For 2021, the Black Heritage Society shifts its celebration—the very first in the country—to a live-streamed event. Instead of the usual float-filled parade, Houstonians can participate in a “reverse drive-through parade” where they’ll line up to donate goods at MacGregor Park in Third Ward. 10am to noon. 
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Movie Screening at Axelrad | MLK Day, Monday, January 18 | No Cover –Wipe your mind while watching a screening of the stunning 2004 Charlie Kaufman-directed film, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, starring Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet, at Axelrad in Midtown. 9pm.
  • Houston Rockets vs. Phoenix Suns at Toyota Center | Wednesday, January 20 – See the Rockets take to homecourt against Chris Paul, Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns in the heart of Downtown at Toyota Center. $24 to over $300, but you may find better or cheaper seats on the TicketNetwork marketplace. This game is also broadcast on ATT SportsNet-SW and NBA TV. 8:30pm.
  • Dan Crump in Concert at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck | Thursday, January 21 – Americana singer-songwriter Dan Crump takes to the stage at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck to perform a set of “country music for people who don’t like country”. This performance will also be available free and online at YouTube Live. $120 for a table of 4; $180 for a table of 6. 7pm.
  • Hirsch Vineyards Wine Tasting with Jasmine Hirsch, Chris Shepherd & Matthew Pridgen on Zoom | Friday, January 22 – Join Chef Chris Shepherd, winemaker Jasmine Hirsch of Hirsch Vineyards, and Underbelly Hospitality wine guy Matthew Pridgen for a virtual tasting where you’ll learn about all things Pinot. Add on a charcuterie board from Georgia James and have something to snack on during the class. $130. 6pm.
  • Comic T.J. Miller at Houston Improv | Friday, January 22 to Sunday, January 24 – Laugh yourself silly when the Silicon Valley and Deadpool actor, T.J. Miller, known for his absurdist philosophical stand-up comedy brings his observational humor to the stage at Houston Improv for a weekend of shows. Tables are $60 for two people; $120 for four people; $180 for six people. Preferred tables are $80 for two people. Showtimes vary.
  • Houston Symphony presents Live from Jones Hall: Wild Symphony Livestream | Saturday, January 23 – Enjoy an evening of engaging music composed by The Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown, paired with illustrations from Brown’s debut children’s picture book, when the Houston Symphony performs a virtual concert of Wild Symphony. $20. 11am.
  • Punk Rock Garage Sale at Brash Brewing Company | Sunday, January 24 | No Cover – Browse a music-themed market filled with area vendors offering music equipment, artwork, toys, music, zines, music, clothing and more, at Brash Brewing Company in Independence Heights. 1pm to 5pm.
  • Kinetic Ensemble presents Quiet Art: Livestreamed from MATCH | Sunday, January 24 – Kinetic Ensemble livestreams their first concert of 2021, performing Jennifer Higdon’s Quiet Art for string quartet from MATCH in Midtown. Viewers can also see a new string ensemble arrangement of J.S. Bach’s keyboard work, Goldberg Variations. $25 or pay-what-you-can. 7:30pm; available online until Sunday, February 7, 2021.

Social Distancing & COVID-19

Businesses and organizations in Houston have opened under modified protocols, following guidelines administered by local health officials, the State of Texas and CDC. At this time, guidance from experts urges people to continue wearing face masks when in public spaces, practice social distancing of at least six feet, limit your touching of surfaces and frequently use hand sanitizer or soap and water to keep your hands clean.

Although vaccines have been approved and distribution has begun, supplies are still limited. Health officials have severely cautioned that it will take until late spring 2021 before the U.S. might be able to expect a level of herd immunity. In the meantime, masks are strongly advised to help curb the increasing spread of COVID-19 this winter.

Before heading out, take time to familiarize with your destination’s requirements or restrictions at this moment, and be sure to contact them ahead of time with any questions or concerns.

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You can find more fun in our interactive event calendar and 365 Weekend Guides.

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Top 10 Things to Do This Week in Houston: January 11 to 17, 2021

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Make the most of your week with our top 10 event picks happening in Houston from Monday, January 11 to Sunday, January 17, 2021.

Planning your week these days can be challenging but we’ve got you covered with our picks for events and virtual events taking place throughout Houston this week.

Be sure to check back in the coming days as we add events when they emerge. Do you know an event that could make the list? Let us know at [email protected] with a link to the official event details.

Scroll below to find great things happening in Houston from Monday, January 11 to Sunday, January 17, 2021.

Top 10 Things to Do This Week in Houston

Social Distancing & COVID-19

Businesses and organizations in Houston have opened under modified protocols, following guidelines administered by local health officials, the State of Texas and CDC. At this time, guidance from experts urges people to continue wearing face masks when in public spaces, practice social distancing of at least six feet, limit your touching of surfaces and frequently use hand sanitizer or soap and water to keep your hands clean.

Although vaccines have been approved and distribution has begun, supplies are still limited. Health officials have severely cautioned that it will take until late spring 2021 before the U.S. might be able to expect a level of herd immunity. In the meantime, masks are strongly advised to help curb the increasing spread of COVID-19 this winter.

Before heading out, take time to familiarize with your destination’s requirements or restrictions at this moment, and be sure to contact them ahead of time with any questions or concerns.

More Things to Do in Houston

Find More Things to Do in Houston All Year Long

You can find more fun in our interactive event calendar and 365 Weekend Guides.

Be sure to subscribe to our free Weekend Guide email to receive a round-up of great things to do this weekend in Houston in your inbox every Thursday. If you don’t want to miss a thing, you can also opt in to our Daily Update emails (emailed six days a week).

Click here to sign up for free.

Postponed & Canceled Events in Houston for Spring 2020

Courtesy of Wortham Theater Center

Last updated: Wednesday, March 25, 2020

[UPDATE: 3/25/20] Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo has issued a Stay Home/Work Safe Order for all of Harris County through Friday, April 3, 2020. Entertainment businesses, arenas, theaters, among others are closed until that date, while essential businesses (including grocery stores, limited retail, and select other business) remain open.

[UPDATE: 3/17/20] The City of Galveston has ordered all island amusement parks, museums and bars closed effective Tuesday, March 17 until further notice. Restaurants may only offer delivery, take-out, or drive-thru options.

[UPDATE: 3/16/20] In accordance with the City of Houston requirements, all bars and nightclubs will be closed from Tuesday, March 17 until further notice. Restaurants may only offer delivery, take-out, or drive-thru options.

Around Houston, many organizers and event spaces have begun the process of canceling or rescheduling some of their upcoming events that were slated for the month of March and beyond.

We’ve compiled a list of events, performances, and gatherings that have been canceled or postponed (providing rescheduled dates where applicable).

This list will be continuously updated as more notifications become available.

If you are an event organizer, and would like to update us on the status of your event that is already listed on our site, please email us at [email protected]. Please let us know if it’s a cancellation or postponement (and if you already have a new officially-set date or dates).

Postponed & Canceled Events in Houston 2020

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