Tickets & Events in University Place

Texas Contemporary Art Fair Visit for One or Two on September 5, 6, 7, or All Three Days (Up to 50% Off)

Texas Contemporary Art Fair

Downtown

$25 $13

70+ galleries exhibit works of sculpture, painting, and other media, one of which will receive a $10,000 prize

Golf-Tour Membership with Optional Round of Golf with Brad Peterson from My Skins Game (Up to 71% Off)

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

Wine Festival General or VIP Admission for Two or Four on October 18 from Houston Cellar Classic (Up to 40% Off)

Houston Cellar Classic

The Tasting Room Uptown Park

$120 $72

Guests sip on fine wines and champagne while nibbling culinary creations from area chefs at signature annual event of Houston Cellar Classic

Admission for Two, Four, or Six to Handmade Weddings on September 20 and 21 (Up to 50% Off)

Handmade Weddings

Spring Street Studios

$40 $22

Couples munch on free snacks and sip beverages while perusing DIY wedding crafts from local vendors, or making their own in free workshops

$33 for a Polo Match for Two on Any Sunday Between September 7 and November 9 at Houston Polo Club (Up to $60 Value)

Houston Polo Club

Washington Ave./ Memorial Park

$60 $33

Horses and riders thunder across Farish Field during Sunday polo matches; food and beverages are available to purchase; parking included

Admission with Souvenir Cups for Two or Four to Oktoberfest Houston on Saturday, September 13 (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

LMAO Comedy Tour for Two at Arena Theatre on Saturday, August 30, at 8 p.m. (Up to 54% Off)

LMAO Comedy Tour

Arena Theatre

$98.50 $45

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Rudy Rush, the youngest-ever host of Showtime at the Apollo, hosts Tony Rock, Capone, Tiffany Haddish, and Rob Stapleton

One, Two, or Four Groupons, Each Good for One Movie Outing with Ticket at Studio Movie Grill (Up to 50% Off)

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

Two, Four, or Six Tickets to Pearland International Festival on Saturday, September 13 (Up to 50% Off)

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

Standup Comedy at Joke Joint Comedy Showcase (Up to 37% Off)

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

Movie Ticket at Star Cinema Grill (Up to 44% Off). Three Options Available.

Star Cinema Grill

Multiple Locations

$10.75 $6

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Servers at dine-in theaters deliver freshly prepared menu items as guests enjoy first-run releases

12 Annual Ziegenbock Festival with Josh Turner, Pat Green & More on Saturday Oct. 18, at 12:30pm (Up to 42% Off)

12th Annual Ziegenbock Festival

Sam Houston Race Park

$30 $17.50

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Josh Turner, Pat Green, Roger Creager, Buck Yaeger, Kimberly Dunn, Cam, and over a dozen other country artists rock out across three stages

_The Whodunnit Dessert_ Murder-Mystery Show for Two or Four from Murder by Chocolate (41% Off)

Murder by Chocolate

Webster

$76 $45

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

Saturday or Weekend Admission for One or Two at the Kemah Oktoberfest 2014 from Oct. 4–5 (Up to 50% Off)

Kemah Oktoberfest 2014

Kemah

$10 $6

Guests partake in classic German festivities inside a 8,000 sq. ft. beer tent while jamming to live polka

Brad Paisley at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Saturday, September 6 (Up to 53% Off)

Brad Paisley

The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman

$42.80 $20

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Award-winning country singer Brad Paisley takes the stage with rising stars Randy Houser, Leah Turner, and Charlie Worsham

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Jutting above the street, the modernist lines of Rafael Moneo's Audrey Jones Beck Building echo the eclectic collection found within. Under sky openings that let in natural light and the bitter gazes of pigeons who can’t seem to get their work shown, visitors meander through galleries that span the breadth of human artistry, from ancient sculpture to modern painting. Noteworthy works from the more than 64,000 pieces include Pablo Picasso's colorful cubist Two Women in Front of a Window, Edgar Degas's achingly expressionistic Woman Drying Herself, and an untitled sketch by Jackson Pollock that shows his wild, abstract genius evolving toward his celebrated drip paintings. A treasure trove of cultural artifacts from Africa, Asia, and the Americas expands the museum’s scope and transports visitors back in time as they gaze on a palpably pensive ceramic ballplayer from Mexico's Classic Veracruz culture or a life-size royal head forged from copper for a Nigerian royal court.

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1001 Bissonnet St
Houston,
TX
US

It’s Houston’s very first independent music store. And year after year, it’s ranked as Houston’s best record store. And if the hideaways in From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler were cool, they would have stowed away in the stacks of Cactus Music instead of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Much more than a music store, Cactus Music is an art gallery, a concert venue, an all-ages bar, and a living shrine to the analog age. Opened in 1975, abruptly closed in 2006, and reincarnated to Shepard Plaza in 2007, Cactus Music continues to be the home away from home for the audiophile denizens of Houston. Wall-to-wall music memorabilia and a treasure chest of CDs and precious and rare vinyl give digging fingers something to flip about as first-time customers become regulars under the Cactus spell. As midwife to the Houston music scene, Cactus touts local and touring bands with in-store performances that typically feature flowing kegs of Saint Arnold’s brew.

2110 Portsmouth St
Houston,
TX
US

As the indoor swimming arm of the Gigglin Marlin Divers and Swim School scuba-diving school?recently named Houston's best by the Houston Press?Gigglin Marlin Divers and Swim School entices water persons with a saltwater pool of titanic proportions. The facility's 75-foot long, up to 15-foot deep heated saltwater pool plays host to a crowded schedule of activities. The watery fun includes swim instruction for those less than 1 year old as well as adults. Regular times are also set aside for lap swimmers and indoor scuba sessions in which divers explore the saltwater pool's mysterious depths.

4502 Almeda Rd
Houston,
TX
US

This outdoor gallery features work by 300 artists in 17 mediums, including brisket, with the downtown skyline serving as a backdrop. This year's featured artist, Vic Lee, defies categorization or easy interpretation, blending religious narrative with dark colorations and demure, distorted figures. There will also be ongoing events, including music and dance provided by the Houston Arts Alliance, an interactive creative play zone for children, and a plethora of wine cafés and restaurants to pique what few senses remain untouched by art.

1418 Sul Ross St
Houston,
TX
US

Supporting the Texas Center for the Missing, Champions for Children presents benefactors with an evening of hilarious standup and delectable cuisine while helping fund the Center's philanthropic mission of missing-child prevention and recovery. Guests dig into toothsome chow, choosing from a variety of vegetarian and meat-laden dishes while chortling at hilarious standups and mad libs whispered to the comedians by the servers. After an opening set from Cliff West, nationally recognized laughmeister Bob Smiley headlines the event, bringing his manic energy and quirky physicality to anecdotes on relationships, raising kids, and everyday life. Live and silent auctions offer further opportunities for charitable largesse, and an event-wide raffle gives guests the chance to win fabulous prizes and impress dates with their raffle-fixing abilities. Attendees' vehicles can eagerly listen in on the show from free parking spots.

3311 Richmond Ave
Houston,
TX
US

A large, old-fashioned porch surrounds Phil & Derek's creole-style cottage filled with food, wine, and sounds from the Big Easy. The BYOB restaurant's wine bar washes down catfish and prime rib with potables culled from wineries in Bordeaux, Spain, and Argentina. Every night, live jazz, zydeco, and blues complement the fresh Cajun dishes and the restaurant's antique accents, such as french doors that once acted as translators. On Sunday mornings, diners can devour a variety of ever-rotating brunch fare during what Citysearch called the Best Morning-After Brunch.

2811 Bammel Ln
Houston,
TX
US