Houston Happenings: May 13th-15th
HOUSTON, TX — Got plans this weekend? Check out these Houston Happenings.
Houston Greek Fest
Here’s your chance to get a “taste and feel” of the Greek life.
It’s the 21st annual Houston Greek fest at St. Basil the Great Greek Orthodox church in West Houston.
Now through Sunday guests of all ages are treated to the finest in Greek foods, pastries, church tours, shopping, dancing and children`s activities.
This year part of the proceeds will benefit the Ronald McDonald house.
Best part tickets are only $3.
Houston Music Festival
Head to NRG Arena tonight for the Houston Music Festival.
Keith sweat, Bobby Brown, Ginuwine, Jagged Edge, Slick rick and Doug E Fresh are all set to rock the house.
Tickets range from $49.50 to $84.50.
Houston Brewery Golden Anniversary
They say everything is bigger in Texas, and this weekend the Anheuser-Busch Houston brewery will be home to some big celebrations for the brewery`s 50th anniversary.
Community leaders will be there event the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdale!
The Houston brewery will be buzzing with activity in honor of five decades of brewing history.
It’s all weekend and the best part, it’s free!!
Texas Black Expo
Go to the summer celebration presented by the Texas Black Expo.
It’s the largest African American consumer trade-show and festival in the south.
The annual event attracts 20 thousand attendees from Texas and surrounding areas as well as over 200 vendors.
The 4-day experience includes a lineup of top celebrity entertainers, influential speakers, business development seminars, health and wellness exhibits, hair shows, women`s forums, concert performances and more.
Tickets range from $25 – $100.
2nd Saturday at Silver Street
On the second Saturday of each month, the artists of sawyer yards, which included the Silos, Silver Street, Spring Street Studios, and Winter Street Studios open their studios to the public from 2-5pm.
Spend the afternoon wandering through four re-purposed warehouses and discover an extensive selection of painting, sculpture, jewelry, photography, clothing, textiles, printmaking, mixed media and more.
It`s a laid back way to meet some talented artists, explore the Washington avenue arts district, and maybe find a treasure or two!
Best part, it’s free!