Event Roundup: What to Look Forward to This Weekend
Happy Friday! Here are some fun events happening around town this weekend.
Flea at Silver Street
Shop local at the annual Valentine’s Day Flea at Silver Street Studio! Browse crafts and other unique Valentine’s Day presents from local artists and designers while enjoying local food trucks and a bar.
Valentines Bash at Saint Arnold Brewing Co
Celebrate Valentine’s Day early at this family-friendly celebration on Saturday featuring a local art market, a Valentine’s Day card-making station and plenty of old-school jams to nod along to.
Irish Stew Cook off and Music Festival
Experience Irish culture at the 2020 Irish Stew Cook-Off and Music Festival, where you can sample and judge Irish Coffee, desserts and stew while enjoying non-stop entertainment and music.
Crawfish Kick Off Festival at McIntyre’s
Crawfish season is back! Kick it off on Saturday at McIntyre’s, where there will be plenty of drink specials, crawfish from Southern Standard and a headliner performance by Dirty River Boys.
Houston Roughnecks Season Opener
Houston has a new professional sports team – the Roughnecks – part of a new fan-first football league called XFL. Support the team in their home opener as they play against the LA Wildcats! Read more about our new team here.
Toyota Center is hosting UFC on Saturday. Watch Jon Jones put his light heavyweight title on the line as he challenges unbeaten knockout Dominick “The Devastator” Reyes. Other matches include flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko defending against Katlyn Chookagian, and Houston’s own Derrick Lewis vs. Ilir Latifi.
A Whole New World
This Disney-inspired dance show consists of different types of dances and songs including Russian Winter lyrical dance, traditional Ukrainian folk dance, Hungarian, tap, flamenco and more. Watch almost 30 professional children dancers perform breathtaking acrobatics in dazzling costumes.
Galentine’s Day at Karbach
Grab your girl gang and celebrate an early Galentine’s Day at Karbach Brewing Co. The celebration includes a market with local female businesses, followed by a free screening of “The Craft” on Sunday evening.
We Shall Overcome: A Celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr.
This musical performance featuring multi-genre artist Damien Sneed showcases repertoire from across African American music traditions with interwoven spoken words from Dr. King’s recorded speeches.
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