Festivals in South Central Houston

Villain's Hideout

Room Escape Time

Downtown Houston

$28 $23.50

"The Crash" - Any Available Date Through April 30, 2017 (Reserve in Advance)

Room Escape Time

Downtown Houston

$28 $23.50

The Munchies Picnik feat. Curren$y and More with Optional VIP Package on April 20 at 7 p.m.

The Munchies Picnik


Festival celebrates 420 culture with performances by rapper Curren$y and more, plus food trucks; optional VIP bundle includes meet and greet.

$40 $24

Two- or Four-Day Pass for One or Two at Afro-Latin Fest (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Afro-Latin Dance Festival


Dances of all levels and styles gather for the opportunity to attend over 20 workshops, watch live performances, and partake in classes

$180 $100

The Pinchin' Tails Crawfish Boil on Saturday, April 15, at 2 p.m.

The Pinchin' Tails Crawfish Boil

Fox Hollow

Enjoy fresh crawfish and Cajun food along with live music and entertainment

$23.08 $15

Do The Derby General or VIP Admission for One or Two at The Sterling House on Saturday, May 6 (Up to 42% Off)

Do The Derby

Neartown - Montrose

Spring social event features live music, silent auctions, live broadcast of the Kentucky Derby, and spirit tastings

$65 $39

One, Two, or Four Single-Day Adult Tickets to the Bayou City Art Festival, March 24-26 (17% Off)

Bayou City Art Festival

Memorial Park

Fine Art festival celebrating 46 years with artists, food trucks and music in the beautiful setting of Houston’s Memorial Park.

$12 $10

Houston Ultimate Women's Expo

NRG Center


$10 $3.75

Two Tickets to the West Houston Food Truck Festival on Sunday, April 23 (44% Value)

West Houston Food Truck Festival


Food-truck festival features 16 food trucks, live bands, and activities for children.

$16 $9

One or Two General or VIP Admission at Houston Whiskey Festival on April 1, 2017 (Up to 33% Off)

Houston Whiskey Festival

Central Southwest

The 4th annual Houston Whiskey festival offers a plethora of fine spirits and a variety of events including seminars and live music.

$65 $45

Admission for Two or Four at Houston Crawfish, Crab & Grill Festival (Up to 33% Off)

Houston Crawfish, Crab & Grill Festival

Hobby Event Center

Houston celebrates a Saturday of bayou cooking with crawfish and crab, plus a variety of hopping music from local and international artist.

$30 $22

Minefaire, a Minecraft Fan Experience (May 20–21)


NRG Center

Weekend-long convention celebrates all things Minecraft with build battles, a costume contest, and panels with popular YouTubers

$89 $59

General Admission for Two or Four to South Houston Crawfish Festival, May 27 (Up to 36% Off)

South Houston Crawfish Festival

Greater Hobby Area

South Houston Crawfish Festival offers great entertainment for the whole family .

$40 $27

One Silver Screen Pass for One Person on April 21-30, 2017 (Up to 37% Off)

WorldFest Houston

Multiple Locations

Enjoy 50 years of cinematic masterpieces with this international film festival in Houston .

$150 $99

Three-Day Admission for One or Two to Galveston Cajun Festival at Kempner Park (Up to 50% Off)

Galveston Cajun Festival

Kempner Park

Festival features a wide variety of attractions including Cajun food, live entertainment, kid rides, and a crawfish eating contest.

$25 $15

31st Annual Texas Crawfish Festival (April 29 or 30)

Texas Crawfish Festival

Preservation Park

To celebrate crawfish, Texas, family, and crawfish, the 31st Annual Texas Crawfish Festival will boil up 50,000 pounds of the little crustaceans, which patrons can munch on while wandering through Old...

$24 $15

Admission to Beyond the Pints General Admission Ticket for One, Two, or Four on May 13, 2017 (Up to 44% Off)

Beyond the Pints Craft Beer and Music Fest

Town Green Park

Partygoers gather to celebrate with live music, food trucks, drinks, games, and more

$20 $12

Euphoria Music Fest w/ Alesso, Chromeo, Pretty Lights, Disco Biscuits, Wiz Khalifa, Young Thug, Moby & More on April 7-9

Euphoria Music Festival with Alesso, Chromeo, Pretty Lights Live, Wiz Khalifa, Young Thug, Moby & More

Carson Creek Ranch

Festival features over 70 acts from across the globe, including superstars like Wiz Khalifa, Moby, and Knife Party.

$105.67 $59

Dream Weddings Bridal Show in League City - Sunday April 2, 2017 / Noon - 4:00pm

South Shore Harbour Resort

League City, TX

$10 $4.25

Houston Comedy Film Festival at Alamo Drafthouse Katy on Saturday, April 8, at 2:00 p.

Houston Comedy Film Festival

Alamo Drafthouse Katy

The festival.

$16 $10

Half or Full Dozen Brookies (Brownie and Cookie Combo) at milk + brookies (Up to 58% Off)

Milk & Brookies

Online Deal

Sweets shop crafts one-of-a-kind brownies topped with cookies in the shape of a cupcake

$36 $15

Magician Cody Prophet LIVE - Pure Magic: Reality vs. Perception on Friday, May 26, at 7 p.m. or 9 p.m.

Cody Prophet Live: Pure Magic

MATCH - Midtown Arts and Theatre Center

Magician Cody Prophet delivers an evening of mind-altering genius, as extraordinary events unfold before you, LIVE on stage

$68.51 $36

"One Day at a Time" Stage Play (March 31–April 2)

"One Day At A Time"

The Pilot on Navigation Theatre

Gospel-comedy play about Vicki Morgans, a singer whose career is derailed by alcoholism, but get her life back together One Day at a Time

$26.87 $20

One-Day Admission for Two or Four to Houston Home Show on Saturday, April 1 or Sunday, April 2 (Up to 50% Off)

Houston Home Show

George R. Brown Convention Center

Explore exhibits, workshops, and seminars showcasing the latest in remodeling, landscaping, and gardening; kids 14 and under get in free

$20 $10

"The Barber of Seville" on April 5–23

"The Barber of Seville"

Classical Theatre Company

Beaumarchais’ classic farce of romance and mistaken identity scores huge laughs in this brand new translation

$27 $15

"Wizard of Oz: Unscripted"

CSz Arena

Downtown Houston

$14 $10

"Fun Home"

The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts - Sarofim Hall

Downtown Houston

$58.50 $42.65

"Little Shop of Horrors"

EaDo Playhouse

Downtown Houston

$25 $16.50

Annie (April 8 or 9)


Jesse H. Jones Hall

Little Annie and her loyal canine, Sandy, attempt to escape a conniving orphanage matron while searching for familial love

$40 $23

"Hedwig and the Angry Inch"

EaDo Playhouse

Downtown Houston

$25 $16.50

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  • Houston Caribbean RumFest
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  • Houston Dynamo
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  • Anime Matsuri Convention
    Houston's Anime Matsuri Convention, now in its 10th edition, stands alone as Texas's most boisterous celebration of Japanese pop culture. Over the course of three days in February, conventioneers turn the George R. Brown Convention Center into a haven for otaku from across the region. Before you go, check out our breakdown of what you might see: You'll browse rare anime merchandise at the exhibit hall, where vendors hawk everything from hard-to-find DVDs to irresponsibly cute plush toys. You'll recognize some iconic voices, like that of Mike McFarland. The seasoned voice actor and panelist has added his talents to shows including Dragon Ball Z, Lupin the Third, and Fullmetal Alchemist. You'll dance to some infectious beats courtesy of lively concerts from J-Pop and K-Pop acts such as Morning Musume ’16, as well as the all-night Club AM Rave. You'll learn costuming tips from the giants of cosplay: in addition to fellow convention-goers dressed as everyone from Sailor Moon to Ash Ketchum, the convention welcomes famed pros such as Ani-Mia and self-proclaimed future android Kaname for cosplay contests. You'll sip some tea at the Maid Café, a quirky shop where costumed maids and butlers cater to your gustatory whims.
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