In collaboration with Make Music Houston 2022, the Midtown Cultural Arts and Entertainment District presents a free musical celebration on the summer solstice in various locations throughout the Midtown, including METRO Rail stations, The ION, the Community Artists’ Collective, Midtown Park, and Bagby Park. There will be a diverse selection of music played in public spaces,
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Guests will experience a full day of LIVE music, an assortment of flavorful food/restaurants/food trucks, dancing, special Mardi Gras punch, creole bar, kids zone, and more – all in the name of preserving the heritage of a dynamic culture. Our VIP Experience will feature special guest Chef Gason, the NOLA Chef, demonstrating his skills at
The Texas Taco Music Fest is a unique celebration of fun, food, music and Latin culture to raise money for cultural programs.
As cooler temps start to roll in and holiday feasting approaches, it’s a great time to get back into the spirit of exercise. Our next Get Fit in Midtown event hosted by LaDonte Lotts is your chance to bust a move during a fun one-hour workshop on November 11 at 9 a.m. Read on
‘Tis the season to get a jump start on holiday shopping at the Midtown Mistletoe Market. This year, the event will take place at Midtown Park, Midtown Houston’s newest green space. When you see red and white tents, you’ll know you’ve arrived. The annual Mistletoe Market is a boutique-style event featuring fine arts, handmade
Mark Thursday nights on your calendar as a standing date for Beer and Beards. Admission is free, and you don’t even need a beard to join in the fun, but if you have one, come show it off.
Did you eat an extra piece of pie on Thanksgiving Day? With whipped cream or ice cream on top? Well, that may be the least of your concerns. According to the Calorie Control Council, the average American consumes 4,500 calories in their Thanksgiving meal, and about 229 grams of fat. And then come the
Working Downtown has many advantages, but the long commute home––to Katy, The Woodlands, Sugar Land, Pearland or wherever––is certainly not one of them. In rush hour traffic, that drive can take 45 minutes or more, which is precious time you can certainly put to better use. Residents of Midtown Houston already know the perks
Thanksgiving is a time to count everything for which you are thankful, and in Midtown Houston, there are many reasons to celebrate. This is a time to sit down to a feast shared with friends and family, catch up on what’s happening, and watch some football while eating pumpkin pie.
You’ll find plenty of reasons to smile as you jumpstart your holiday shopping at Midtown Houston’s Mistletoe Market. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 18 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, November 19, this free event in Bagby Park (415 Gray Street) will showcase fine arts and crafts and