Sunday, July 1
Reliant Stadium: Vans Warped Tour
The largest rock alternative music festival in existence is heading to Houston this Sunday. The Vans Warped Tour will bring bands Yellowcard, Pierce the Veil, New Found Glory, We The Kings and more.
One Reliant Park
Monday, July 2
Brennan's: Case of The Mondays Wine Tasting
This monthly escape from the Monday blues allows patrons to taste their way through a case of various wines, learning (most) everything there is to know about them. This month's installment will feature wines from Australia.
3300 Smith St.
Tuesday, July 3
The Usual Pub: Steak Night
If the steak wasn't enough to lure you in, how about $1 Lone Stars and $3 wells? We'll see you there.
5519 Allen St.
Wednesday, July 4
Buffalo Bayou: Freedom Over Texas
Be a part of the largest Independence Day festival the city has to offer. Live bands, DJ's, refreshments, video games and a zone designated specifically for the little ones are all perks you can expect from this annual event. Admission is free.
500 Allen Pkwy.
Houston, TX 77002
Thursday, July 5
The Woodlands Mall: Blood Drive
103.7 FM will host a blood drive benefitting the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center from 1 p.m to 7 p.m. Blood donors must be at least 17 years old and weigh 110 pounds.
1201 Lake Woodlands Dr.
Friday, July 6
Minute Maid Park: Houston Astros Vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Root for the home team as they defeat the Milwaukee Brewers. Game begins at 7:05 p.m.
501 Crawford St.
Saturday, July 7
ArenaTheater: Keyshia Cole in Concert
R&B singer, songwriter, actress and reality show star Keyshia Cole will be performing at Houston's Arena Theater at 8 p.m.
7326 SW Fwy
Whether you have daughters or sons under the age of 12, they've no doubt learned of the adventures of Pinkalicious. See her live on the Main Street Theater stage at 7:30 p.m.
4617 Montrose Blvd.
Monday, July 9
The Flat: Rock Steady Monday
Kick back with the legendary DJ Sun as he spins the best of old school soul, jazz, raggae and other downtempo sounds. We strongly recommend trying one of their Houston-famous frozen mojitos as well.
1701 Commonwealth 713.521.3528
Tuesday, July 10
Hobby Center: Lion King
If you've yet to see this brilliant production of The Lion King by Elton John and Tim Rice, stop what you're doing and get your tickets this instant. You will not be disappointed. This Tuesday is opening night and the show runs through August 12.
800 Bagby St. Ste 300