Tickets & Events in Denver Harbor

Young Thug – Up to 53% Off Rap Concert

Young Thug

Warehouse Live

$75 $35

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The Atlanta rapper and Gucci Mane cohort treats fans to a night of uniquely styled hip-hop

Red Grant – Up to 22% Off Standup

Red Grant

Warehouse Live

$22.50 $17.50

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Comic seen on Showtime and Comedy Central draws laughs with an affable style and original perspective

CyHi The Prynce – Up to 33% Off Concert

CyHi The Prynce

The Studio at Warehouse Live

$22.50 $15

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Kanye-backed lyricist who co-wrote most of Yeezus hits the road fresh off his hero-honoring mixtape, Black Hystori Project

Up to 71% Off Golf-Tour Membership

My Skins Game

On Location

$229 $109

Membership in golf tour allows registration in 20 weeks of events; round of golf with long-drive professional Brad Peterson helps hone skill

Up to 65% Off at Houston Margarita Festival

Houston Margarita Festival

Discovery Green Park

$70 $25

Bands fill the park with music as guests sample margaritas in souvenir cups and food from vendors

50% Off the 2014 Caribbean-American Heritage Month Festival

The Caribbean American Heritage Foundation of Texas

Jones Plaza, Downtown Houston

$30 $15

The festival features native music, dance performances, and authentic foods prepared in celebration of Caribbean culture

"America's Test Kitchen LIVE!" – Up to 31% Off Live Show

"America's Test Kitchen"

Jones Hall

$45 $31

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The popular cooking show comes to life with science experiments, a chocolate taste test, and a Q&A with host Christopher Kimball

Half Off at 4th Annual Houston Caribbean RumFest

Houston Caribbean RumFest

Jones PLaza

$60 $30

Rums by J. Wray & Nephew and Captain Morgan compliment the festival's Caribbean food and live music

Up to 51% Off Skinny Sippin' Mixer

Skinny Sippin' Mixer

Langford Market West Ave

$40 $20

Enjoy an afternoon of shopping, nutritious treats, and Skinnygirl Cocktails during this healthy-lifestyle event hosted by Taja V. Simpson

Up to 45% Off International Soccer Friendly

Chivas Guadalajara v A.C. Milan

NRG Stadium

$80 $45

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Two iconic and star-studded international soccer clubs meet for the first time during a friendly at NRG Stadium

Oktoberfest Houston – Up to 45% Off

Oktoberfest Houston

Houston

$40 $22

This fall festival includes beer from Germany and local breweries, Oktoberfest activities, and music from German bands on two stages

Up to 37% Off Standup Comedy

Joke Joint Comedy Showcase

Joke Joint Comedy Showcase

$39.95 $25

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Local and touring comedians take the stage at a casual comedy club

Up to 50% Off Second Pearland International Festival

Pearland International Festival

Pearland's Independence Park

$20 $10

Mexican food and art is at the center of this international festival, as well as dancers from around the world

Repticon – Up to 50% Off

Repticon

Pasadena Convention Center and Fairgrounds

$30 $15

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Reptile, amphibian, and arachnid breeders and experts showcase creatures' behavior and biology through exhibits and demonstrations

Up to 50% Off Movie Outing at Studio Movie Grill

Studio Movie Grill

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

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A wide selection of new releases and cult classics is projected on towering screens as viewers watch from leather recliners and tables

CSz-Houston Arena – Up to 38% Off Improv

"Great Game Show Mash-Up" or "Alice in Wonderland: Unscripted"

CSz-Houston Arena

$13 $8

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Improvisers lead a game show for audience members, or reboot Alice in Wonderland with audience suggestions

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Up to 50% Off Concert

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Sam Houston Race Park

$124 $62

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Southern-rock legends behind “Sweet Home Alabama” perform an evening of classic-rock hits

Up to 38% Off at Houston Dinner Theater

Houston Dinner Theater

Huffman

$60 $39

Customers choose any show on the dinner theater's lineup, including a celebrity murder mystery and performances by a hypnotist or magician

41% Off Murder-Mystery Show

Murder by Chocolate

Webster

$76 $45

Guests find clues and solve puzzles to solve a mystery; includes a dessert buffet and non-alcoholic drinks

Up to 44% Off at Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival

Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival

Conroe

$30 $18

A festival with country and rock bands, southern seafood, kid-friendly carnival attractions, and craft vendors keeps up a 25-year tradition

Up to 52% Off at the Texas Tequila and Margarita Festival

Texas Tequila and Margarita Festival

Moody Gardens

$30 $15

Flavored margaritas, traditional Mexican food; live blues, Latin, and rock music; sample tequilas and margaritas during tastings

Beach Blanket Bingo – Up to 38% Off Festival

Beach Blanket Bingo

East Beach

$64.92 $40

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EDM producers and remix artists, like Dillon Francis and Sound Remedy, provide eight hours of music and dancing at this outdoor festival

Up to 39% Off Texas A&M Football Game and Memorabilia

Official Fan Package

Kyle Field

$387.50 $259

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Aggies return to the field expecting a promising season under the guidance of third-year head coach Kevin Sumlin

50% Off Brazos Valley Bombers Baseball Game

Brazos Valley Bombers

Cellucor Field

$18 $9

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The defending league champions face off against Texas Collegiate League foes as the 2014 season closes in on the playoffs

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In its first annual festival, Houston Oktoberfest pays homage to the centuries-old German shindig by corralling more than 30 different beers from both local breweries and the Deutschland itself. German beers such as Hofbräu, Spaten, and Warsteiner swirl with crisp, effervescent flavors that pair deliciously with German morsels. Diners can also enjoy local seasonal pours and complement them by nibbling on autumn leaves. As participants mingle and sip, they can also swing their hips to the sounds of 10 different bands throughout the grounds. Louisiana’s Grammy-nominated Pine Leaf Boys headline the fest with a Cajun set complete with a squeezebox, raspy vocals, and fiddle, and Houston’s own The ‘71’s churn out hard-rock anthems such as “Confession.” The strains of traditional German music bounce off the nearby carnival area, which features games and rides for children, adults, and sentient lederhosen.

5601 W Loop S Fwy
Houston,
Texas
US

As part of the 2012 SWAN Day to support women artists, Pandora Theatre hosts an exclusive girls' night out with its third season of Vox Feminina. Inside the intimate, 100-seat theater, an upbeat, energetic repertoire of monologues, one-acts, songs, and dances resonates with audiences. Performances shed light on the bonds of sisterhood, the eternal-yet-evolving station of motherhood, and the humorous despair of losing a wedding ring while fistfighting a baseball team’s mascot. The sultry sound waves of torch songs warm ears and hearts, and elaborate, fiery choreography stomps over the stage when the ChinaCat Dancers prowl into the venue.

5102 Navigation Boulevard
Houston,
TX
US

A hub for high-quality classical works, the non-profit Classical Theatre Company is dedicated to producing plays dating at least a century prior. The CTC's executive artistic director, John Johnston, directs this rendition of Tartuffe. Reserve your tickets for this intriguing romp through romance, intrigue, hypocrisy, and forbidden love. Seats for this enduring and entertaining tale are on a first-come, first-served basis. The Barnevelder's intimate, 120-seat theater ensures that all audience members will have a prime view of the engaging story.

333 South Jensen Drive
Houston,
TX
US

Flakey’s Pizza slings a mean calzone and presents appealing wings, but it’s all about the pizza. The staff hand tosses every pie and can tailor them with more than 20 available toppings—ranging from canadian bacon and mushrooms to creative add-ons such as sun-dried tomatoes, sweet pineapple, and chipotle peppers. They also make half-pizzas available for the half-hungry, as well as gluten-free crust and vegan cheese for those with diet restrictions or lingering resentment from losing a bet about milk to Louis Pasteur.

1275 Milby St.
Houston,
TX
US

The 2004 MLB All-Star Game. The longest baseball game in postseason history. Craig Biggio’s 3,000th hit. For a stadium that just opened in 2000, Minute Maid Park has already hosted its share of memory-making moments. Astros fans pack the field’s 40,963 seats during baseball season. The Astros invite fans to take in full-field views from luxury boxes and terrace decks or track players from seats along the first and third baselines situated within 43 feet of the game's action. The stadium welcomes teams and performers from across the spectrum of sports and entertainment. Whether tracking the pitch during international soccer face-offs or jamming to tunes of artists including Madonna and Taylor Swift, visitors stay comfortable beneath a retractable roof designed to combat the unique climate conditions that Texas weather can present.

Designed with Texas’s railway history in mind, the park blends naturally into the classic red brick and glass looks of nearby Union Station. A full-sized vintage locomotive runs intermittent trips along 800 feet of track along the left-field wall, giving fans a glimpse of Wild West transportation and the lead character of next summer’s Cowboys Vs. Transformers.

501 Crawford St
Houston,
TX
US

Offered Monday through Saturday at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., and 2 p.m., Minute Maid Park tours provide an insider’s guide to a great American ballpark in a fact-filled approximately one-hour stroll. Reflecting Houston’s historical relationship with railroads, the park’s most distinct feature is a full-sized locomotive that runs along 800 feet of track in left field and is regularly held up by a tatterdemalion gang of thieving cowboys. Incorporating red brick masonry, a lush natural grass surface, and a retractable roof, “The Juice Box” boasts a 40,976-person capacity for baseball games and is a also a prime locale for recreating Braveheart battle scenes. Visitors will be led by a pleasantly colloquial tour guide that usually provides illuminating access to areas such as the broadcasting booth, press boxes, the dugouts, luxury suites, and lightsaber training areas–all of which are much more interesting than the Alamo’s basement.

501 Crawford Street
Houston,
TX
US