Houston’s hottest events in art, film, concerts, culture, and more!

October Features

Public Opening of Jean-Jacques Lequeu: Visionary Architect

Oct. 3, 7–9 pm

Menil Drawing Institute, 1533 Sul Ross St., 77006

Free

Trill Comedy Festival

Oct. 3-6

Station Theater, 1230 Houston Ave., 77007

$12 - $30

Orange Show Fall Bar-B-Que

Oct. 5, 3 - 8 pm

Smither Park, 2441 Munger St., 77023

Free (registration required)

Sawyer Yards Fall Biannual Art Stroll and Sale

Oct. 5, 5 pm - 9 pm

Sawyer Yards, 2101 Winter St., 77007

Free (Jack Gron Workshop charged separately)

Korean Festival

Oct. 5, 10 am - 10 pm

Discovery Green, 1500 McKinney St., 77010

Free

Da Camera: Stop, Look and Listen!

Oct. 7, 3 pm

The Menil Collection, 1533 Sul Ross St., 77006

Free

Aura and Psophonia: Colony

Oct. 10 - 12, 8 pm - 9:15 pm

MATCH, 3400 Main St., 77002

$15- $20

41st Houston Italian Festival

Oct. 10-13

3800 Montrose, 77006

$5 - $25

How Identity Ages: A Panel Discussion

October 10, 7 -8:30 pm

Albert and Ethel Herzstein Theater, Holocaust Museum Houston- 5401 Caroline Street 77004

Free

Contemporary Arts

Texas Contemporary Art Fair

Oct. 10, 6 to 10 pm

George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas, 77010

$25-$100

Round 50: Race, Health and Motherhood Opening

Oct. 12, 3-7 pm

Project Row Houses, 2521 Holman St, 77004

Bayou City Art Festival Downtown 2019

Oct. 12-13, 10 am - 6 pm

Downtown Houston,

$5-$30

A Strike and An Uprising! (in Texas), Documentary

Oct. 12, 6 pm - 8 pm

Holocaust Museum, 5401 Caroline St., 77004

Free

17th Annual ZiegenBock Music Festival

Oct. 18, 6 pm and Oct. 19, 4 pm

Sam Houston Race Park, 7575 North Sam Houston Pkwy W,, 77064

$20 - $75

A Way Forward: Healing Racism

Oct. 18-19

Houston Community College, Central Campus Learning Hub, 1300 Holman, 77004

$100

AIA Houston Home Tour

Oct. 19-20, Noon-6pm

$25.

OFF ROAD: Vincent Valdez & John Keene

October 18, 7 pm

Texas Visual Art - Held at the MATCH’s Matchbox 4, 3400 Main St., 77002

$15

Houston Grand Opera Presents: Rigoletto

Oct. 18-Nov. 1

Wortham Theater, 501 Texas Ave., 77002

$35 - $275

East End Street Fest

Oct. 19, 2 pm - 9:30 pm

Navigation Esplanade, 2800 Navigation Blvd., 77003

Free

Water Lantern Festival

Oct. 19, 4-10 pm

Magnolia Garden Park
12044 Beach St, 77044

$25 in Advance - $40 day of Event

Tacolandia

Oct. 19, 4 pm - 7 pm

The Water Works at Buffalo Bayou, 105 Sabine St., Houston, 77007

$20 - $75

Houston’s Cardboard Art Parade

Oct. 29, 7-10 pm

Super Happy Fun Land, 3801 Polk St., 77003

$8

NOTLD: The Original 1968 Film Restored and Remastered

Oct. 31, 7:30 pm

Miller Outdoor Theater, 6000 Herman Park Dr., 77030

Free (pick up tickets between 10:30 and 1 pm on the day of the show)


 
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