Take a step back in time and immerse yourself in an enchanting world filled with kings and queens, fairies and elves, and other medieval characters. Texas Renaissance Festival is nationally recognized as one of the best renaissance festivals in the country. For event information and detail, visit the Texas Ren Fest website.
Bayou City Art Festival is a biannual art festival in downtown Houston benefiting local non-profits. Take a stroll and find unique art pieces created by local and national artists. For festival information and more details, visit the Bayou City Art Festival website.
Get in the Halloween spirit and make a night out of the Houston Symphony’s Symphonic Spooktacular! The Symphony will be playing spooky classics and move favorites at this free family event at the Miller Outdoor Theater. Find out more about this Spooktacular event on the Houston Symphony website.
OCT. 31ST-NOV. 3RD, 2019
Attracting over 55,000 attendees annually, the International Quilt Festival Houston showcases the works over over 1,000 exhibitors at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Stop by and gain a new appreciation of the art of quilting. For festival information and details, visit the Quilts website.
Dia de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday to celebrate and remember loved ones whom have passed. This free event at Discovery Green brings this tradition to Houston in a family friendly event. Find out more about the activities planned for this event on the Discovery Green website.
NOV. 14TH, 2019 – NOV. 17TH, 2019
Shopping for the holidays and looking for ways to have your money do good? The annual Nutcracker Market is a one-stop shop for all of your holiday gifts with a percentage of your purchase supporting the Houston Ballet Foundation. For event information, visit the Houston Ballet website and be ready to shop ’til you drop!
Via Colori is an impressive chalk art festival that take over the streets of downtown Houston for a weekend. The festival features hundreds of artists, live music, food and beverages, and plenty of family activities. For festival information and details, visit the Via Colori website.
NOV. 28TH, 2019
Did you know the City of Houston has put on the Thanksgiving Day Parade since 1949? This fun-filled event showcases live entertainment, hundreds of parade floats, and local celebrities parading around downtown Houston. Check out the Thanksgiving Day Parade website for more information.