The Chicks, Stevie Nicks, RenFest and more

HOUSTON – Find a live performance, a craft market, or a competition. Or get solutions for a brand new museum to go to, an occasion to attend, or perhaps simply one thing enjoyable to do with your loved ones.

Here you’ll discover Houston’s most promising cultural choices for this weekend.

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🎤 The Chicks on the Pavilion

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JULY 25: (L-R) Emily Strayer, Natalie Maines and Martie Maguire of The Chicks carry out at The Greek Theatre on July 25, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Timothy Norris/Getty Images) (2022 Getty Images)

When: Oct. 8

Admission: $34.50-$139.50

Details: The Chicks are on the street once more and they’re bringing they’re 2022 live performance tour to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Grammy-winning artist Patty Griffin will open for the trio.

📍 The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 2005 Lake Robbins Dr, The Woodlands, TX

💻 woodlandscenter.org


🎨 Bayou City Art Festival

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When: Oct. 8-9

Admission: $15

Details: The fiftieth annual Bayou City Art Festival in downtown Houston will characteristic the work of 220 artists representing 19 completely different disciplines. Shoppers can anticipate music, meals and leisure.

Admission is $15 for adults, $5 for youngsters ages 6 to 12 and free for youngsters beneath 6.

📍 Sam Houston Park, 1000 Bagby Street, Houston, TX

💻 artcolonyassociation.org


🎵 Stevie Nicks on the Pavilion

MANCHESTER, TENNESSEE – JUNE 19: Stevie Nicks performs throughout 2022 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival on June 19, 2022 in Manchester, Tennessee. (Photo by Erika Goldring/WireImage) (2022 Erika Goldring)

When: Oct. 9

Admission: $59.50-$199.50

Details: Legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stevie Nicks will take the stage on the Pavillion in The Woodlands as a part of her 2022 tour. She’ll be joined by Vanessa Carlton.

📍 The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 2005 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands, TX

💻 woodlandscenter.org


🚂 The Market at Sawyer Yards

When: Oct. 8

Admission: Free

Details: Held on the second Saturday of every month, this market options artisan crafts, with a deal with folks artwork. The market will host dozens of exhibitors and reside music. Food and drink distributors on website will supply an array of eats, beer, wine and cocktails.

The craft market coincides with the Sawyer Yards Open Studios occasion. From midday to five p.m. artists from The Silos, Silver Street, Winter Street, Sabine Street, and Summer Street Studios will open their studios to the general public. Visitors can spend the afternoon wandering via six repurposed warehouses searching an in depth choice of portray, sculpture, jewellery, images, clothes, textiles, printmaking, blended media, and more.

📍The Silos on Sawyer, 1502 Sawyer Street, Houston, TX

💻 sawyeryards.com


👑 Texas Renaissance Festival

The King will proceed his legacy this 2020 season, because the competition plans to develop. (Courtesy of Texas Renaissance Festival)

Hear ye, hear ye! The Texas Renaissance Festival is again for its forty eighth year, bringing with it the whimsical magic and traditions of themed weekends, medieval leisure and unfathomably giant smoked turkey legs.

Oct. 6 via Nov. 27, the king and queen will as soon as once more welcome peasants to their magical kingdom about an hour north of the Houston space. Step via the gates and enter an enchanted world full of villains and beasties, knights and nobles, fairies and elves, and different fanciful delights.

📍 21778 Farm to Market 1774, Todd Mission, TX

💻 texrenfest.com/


🏡 East Montrose Home Tour and Art Walk

When: Oct. 8

Admission: $20

Details: East Montrose Civic Association will maintain its biennial Home Tour and Art Walk Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Browse 9 east Montrose properties constructed between the early twentieth century and 2014. Then go to the working studios of 9 native artists. Iconic music venue Anderson Fair may even open for excursions.

East Montrose is within the 77006 zip code and lies throughout the boundaries of Montrose, West Gray, Genesee, and Fairview. Drive, stroll or bike over, and search for the house tour indicators.

Advance tickets price $15. Day-of-tour tickets are $20 and can be accessible at 908 Welch. The Art Walk is free.

📍908 Welch Street, Houston, TX 77006

💻 eastmontrose.org


🧸 Houston Toy Museum grand opening

LEGO Set No. 205 1966 (Sarah Miller/Houston Toy Museum)

When: Oct. 6

Admission: $18

Details: Matt and Sara Broussard will open their Houston Toy Museum within the Heights on Thursday. Sara is the museum’s director. Matt, the chief toy officer. The museum’s nostalgia-inducing assortment runs the gamut. Highlights embrace Star Wars memorabilia, Cabbage Patch dolls, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and historic LEGO units. See more right here.

The couple hopes guests stroll away not solely with a renewed sense of infantile surprise but additionally a deeper understanding of the cultural forces that formed toys and vice versa. Exhibits showcase the toys in addition to the inventors and the artists behind their design and branding. The museums dives deep, exploring racial illustration in toys, in addition to the affect of gender stereotypes on the way in which that sure toys had been marketed. Also addressed: How technological developments impacted toy manufacturing and the way forward for toys.

📍 321 W. nineteenth Street, Suite C, Houston, TX

💻 houstontoymuseum.com


🕺 The Original Greek Festival

When: Oct. 6-8

Admission: $5

Details: Opa! The Original Greek Festival returns for its 56th year, bringing with it genuine Greek delicacies and wine, dance performances, reside music, a craft market, youngsters’s actions, and more.

📍Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 3511 Yoakum Boulevard, Houston, Texas

💻 greekfestival.org


🎶 The forty third Annual Festival Chicano

When: Oct. 6-8

Admission: Free

Details: The forty third Annual Festival Chicano is a mirrored image of the inventive creativity that has developed within the Chicano cultural expertise after centuries of affect from native peoples, Mexico, Europeans, and the united statesA.

Chicano music has been traditionally formed by many numerous types resembling Mexican rancheras, corridos, mariachi, orchestra, Tejano, conjunto, large band, rhythm and blues, nation, rock and roll, and many others.

The competition is a celebration of tradition via the musical expression of numerous generations of artists.

📍 Miller Outdoor Theatre, 6000 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, TX

💻 milleroutdoortheatre.com


🚤 Songs on the Water with the Houston Grand Opera

Spirit of the Bayou (Buffalo Bayou Partnership)

When: Oct. 8-9

Admission: $75

Details: Enjoy a relaxing 90-minute boat journey on Buffalo Bayou that features a recital, wine and snacks. Bass-baritone, Fernando Grimaldo — described as having a wealthy and enchanting sound — will serenade you throughout the night together with pianist Kevin Miller.

📍 Allen’s Landing, 1019 Commerce Street, Houston, TX

💻 buffalobayou.org/event


🦬 Indigenous People’s Day Celebration

When: Oct. 9

Admission: $6

Details: Armand Bayou Nature Center, in partnership with the American Indian Center of Houston, is internet hosting an Indigenous People’s celebration. Programs and audio system will deal with Native American heritage. There can be thematic hikes, a station for youngsters’s conventional video games, craft distributors, demonstrations of Akokisa instruments and building of an Akokisa shelter.

📍 Armand Bayou Nature Center, 8500 Bay Area Boulevard, Pasadena, TX

💻 abnc.org/indigenous-peoples-day


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