Festivals in West University Place


Two or Four Single-Day Adult Tickets to the Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park 2015 on March 27–29 (15% Off)

Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park 2015

Memorial Park

Arts festival in its 44th year celebrates art and artists with exhibitions, food, and live entertainment

$20 $17

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General Admission or VIP Ticket to the Houston Whiskey Festival on March 21st (Up to 38% Off)

Houston Whiskey Festival

Bayou City Event Center

Sample from a variety of whiskeys, bourbon, scotch, and craft beer paired with hors d’oeuvres, at this 2nd annual festival with live music

$65 $40

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Margarita Taste-Off for Charity for One, Two, or Four from Candlelighters (50% Off)

Candlelighters

Hughes Hanger

Friends gather together to sample margaritas whipped up by local restaurants and vote for their favorites; proceeds go to Candlelighters

$50 $25

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$9 for Two Tickets to the West Houston Food Truck Festival on Sunday, April 19 (Up to $16 Value)

West Houston Food Truck Festival

Eldridge - West Oaks

Food-truck festival features 13 food trucks, live bands, and activities for children

$16 $9

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Tickets for Two or Four to the Caribbean American Heritage Festival (Up to 53% Off)

Caribbean Month Festival

Jones Plaza, Downtown Houston

Caribbean heritage festival with live music and dance performances and authentic food tastings

$30 $14

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One or Two Single Day Crawfish Festival Carnival Ride Pass (Up to 50% Off)

Pearland Crawfish Festival

Pearland

Chefs boil up fresh and spicy Gulf Coast crawfish, which visitors enjoy between rides on the ferris wheel and other carnival attractions

$25 $15

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$15 for Entry for Two to Friendswood Crawfish Festival ($30 Value)

Friendswood Crawfish Festival

Friendswood Centennial Park

Live music, local art, and copious amounts of crawfish fill the streets of Friendswood

$30 $15

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Two Tickets to Texas Crawfish and Music Festival (Up to 30% Off)

Texas Crawfish and Music Festival

Texas Crawfish Festival

Crawfish boilers serve up crawdads while crowds dance to live music and revelers enjoy a variety of carnival rides and games

$20 $14

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One-Day Admission for Two or Four at the Kemah Crawfish Festival from March 20–22 (Up to 44% Off)

Gulf Coast Festivals

Kemah

Guests gorge on crawfish while jamming to live music, Cajun singer Wayne Toups is featured on Saturday night.

$16 $10

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Up to 40% Off Red Cat Jazz Festival on Saturday, May 9 and Sunday, May 10

Red Cat Jazz Festival

Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa, Golf Course and Convention Center

Mindi Abair, Peter White, and Rick Braun among the headlining jazz artists at outdoor music fest held Mother’s Day Weekend

$43.19 $29

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  • Houston International Festival
    With tented performance areas throughout downtown Houston, this year's fest features a lineup of hundreds of performances from around the globe. Music acts include big names (Ozomatli, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic) alongside other talented musicians. Check out the entire schedule of events here. An abundant bounty of global cuisine with everything from Japanese to Jamaican fare, highlighted by vast offerings from this year's spotlighted Caribbean nations, will nourish the hungry crowds. The festival and the performances will proceed rain or shine, so bring an umbrella if it rains, and ride in on an umbrella if it doesn't.
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    4203 Montrose Blvd
    Houston, TX US
  • City Hall Farmers Market
    Using the fresh lavender grown on their own ranch, Craig and Dana Stewart share the aroma therapeutic benefits of their favorite scent with a line of lavender-infused household products. Each handmade bar of soap, jar of culinary rub, and soy candle boasts a generous helping of lavender oil or the raw herb itself, allowing the calming aroma to permeate homes.
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    901 Bagby
    Houston, TX US
  • First Saturday Arts Market
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    548 W 19th St
    Houston, TX US
  • Texas Renaissance Festival
    For eight weekends in the fall, a troupe of performing fairies, knights, royal personas, and jugging fools set up camp on the 55-acre grounds of the Texas Renaissance Faire. For 38 years, the Festival has re-created the 16th century’s appealing combination of simplicity and grandeur with more than 200 daily performances of live music, acrobatic comedies, and jousting. Actors portraying different levels of society—such as the English court and the pirates—roam the lolling landscape in character while performing comedic and informative bits including “Sound and Fury,” a Shakespearean vaudeville. At noon the Grande Marche parade catapults performers from the Globe Stage for a stroll throughout the park as they advertise their acts in a high-toned procession. On a less precise schedule, craftsmen concoct tangible marvels with skills of glassblowing and blacksmithing, while food purveyors wander the beaten paths or call from their booths, selling fare that ranges from sugar-coated nuts to roasted turkey legs. At close of day, fireworks light the sky to celebrate the festival's victory over time.
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    21778 Fm 1774
    Plantersville, TX US
  • Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park
    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.
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    1418 Sul Ross St
    Houston, TX US
  • Houston Oktoberfest
    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.
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    5601 W Loop S Fwy
    Houston, TX US
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