Save some room in your stomachs this holiday season Houston, for an all new food festival is coming to Houston next April. FoodieLand, a large-scale food festival inspired by the open-air markets of Asia, is set to bring over 175 culinary vendors to NRG Park next spring.
Opening at NRG Park from April 5 – 7, FoodieLand is a massive open-air food festival that hosts a number of events throughout California that which draws over 1,150,000 visitors annually.
FoodieLand’s festival feature over 175 multicultural vendors, culinary artists, and global food pioneers. Furthermore, the festival features a bar stocked with cocktails, beer, and wine, as well as an exciting array of carnival games, stages for live musical performances, and local artisans.
“Explore FoodieLand’s carefully-curated multicultural marketplace representing foods and flavors from across the globe,” the event’s website reads. “Celebrate the summer and indulge in an ever rotating selection of vendors from across America. You won’t experience the same festival twice: Each of our events boasts a revolving collective of vendors.”
FoodieLand is coming to Houston’s NRG Park from April 5 – 7. Tickets are priced at $6. Tickets are only available online and are not available at the door. The event is free for children aged 5 and under. Pets are not allowed – service animals only.
Parking at NRG Park is available for the price of $22 (+ fees). As such, we recommend exploring rideshare options.
If you can’t get enough of FoodieLand in Houston, the festival will also host a three-day event in Dallas at Fair Park from April 19 -21.