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Astros in the ALCS: Where to Watch the 2022 Series

Jordan Magaziner Steinfeld
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Cheer on the Astros as they head into their sixth consecutive ALCS series! (Photo courtesy of the Houston Astros)

Our Houston Astros are heading to their sixth straight ALCS series after an epic 18-inning ALDS Game 3 on Saturday versus the Mariners! Get ready to cheer on the ’Stros:   

ALCS Schedule

  • Game 1: Weds., Oct. 19, 6:37 p.m., Minute Maid Park 
  • Game 2: Thurs., Oct. 20, 6:37 p.m., Minute Maid Park 
  • Game 3: Sat., Oct. 22, Cleveland or New York, 4:07 p.m.
  • Game 4: Sun., Oct. 23, Cleveland or New York, 6:07 p.m.
  • Game 5 (if necessary): Mon., Oct. 24 at Cleveland or New York, 3:07 p.m.
  • Game 6 (if necessary); Tues., Oct. 25 at Minute Maid Park, 5:07 p.m.
  • Game 7 (if necessary): Weds., Oct. 26 at Minute Maid Park, 6:37 p.m.

Grab your tickets for Games 1, 2, and potentially Games 6 and 7 here.  

ALCS Street Fest
Before every home game of the series, there will be Street Fests including live music, food trucks, yard games, photo ops, and more, for ticketholders only. Find details here.  

ALCS Watch Parties at Minute Maid Park
While the Astros hit the road after games 1 and 2, head to Minute Maid Park for the Official ALCS Watch Parties. Catch the game on the big screen and enjoy festivities around the ballpark including live music, caricature artists, face painters, games, food trucks, and more. Vouchers for ALCS Watch Parties are $1 and benefit the Astros Foundation. Gates open two hours before first pitch.

Where to Watch 

The official Astros Watch Party for Game 1 of the ALCS series is at Finn Hall. (Photo courtesy of Midway)

Major League Baseball Official Astros Watch Party (Game 1), Finn Hall 
712 Main St. 
Finn Hall is hosting the official watch party for ALCS Game 1. The food hall offers a variety of dining options, an elevated central bar, and giant screens for game-viewing. Drink specials from Finn Hall’s Swallow’s Nest include $5 Crawford Bock and $15 buckets. Game time is 6:37 p.m.

1777 Walker St. 
Right near all the action at Minute Maid, Biggio’s features more than 30 screens, including two 30-foot tall high-definition screens. If you’ll be watching with a large group, Biggio’s is offering VIP booths to accommodate up to 15 guests for post-season games, including Triple Play Starters and a bucket of beer. Find details and pricing here

Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. 
2101 Summer St. 
Buffalo Bayou will show every game on their taproom and rooftop TVs and is offering $15 game-time bucket specials. 

Kirby Ice House 
Locations in Upper Kirby, Memorial, and the Woodlands 
Kirby Ice House, which offers an expansive space indoors and outdoors, will show the games on multiple screens. 

Watch party at Saint Arnold

Wear your orange and blue and root for the Astros at one of these watch parties around town! (Photo courtesy of Saint Arnold Brewing Company)

Saint Arnold Brewing Co.
2000 Lyons Ave. 
Saint Arnold is showing all of the games on the Super Screen in the Beer Garden, with the sound on. Saint Arnold is offering a $25 bucket special including Tarnation, Lawnmower, Art Car IPA, Christmas Ale, or mixed, and you can take the bucket home. 

Editor’s note: Cheering on the Astros at the ballpark, a local bar, or at a home watch party? Share your photos with us at [email protected] for a chance to be featured in The Buzz! 

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