Secret Houston wants to help you make the most of your free time and keep you informed! We’ll be putting out “Don’t miss” and “ICYMI” plans and news for you each week, so you’ll always catch an incredible event or story. Here are some of them that you may have missed over the last week.
1. Tickets For The Harry Potter: A Yule Ball Celebration In Houston Are Now On Sale
The festive season is arguably the most magical time of the year: with all of the twinkling lights, merry making, and joyful cheer of the holidays, nothing comes close. It only makes sense that it’s the same time of year one might want to binge-watch the Harry Potter™ movies for the umpteenth time.
While the stories alone might fill you with a sense of wonder, if you want to truly capture the essence of the Wizarding World, you can do so at Harry Potter: A Yule Ball Celebration in Houston!
2. Spirit Away At This Haunted Cocktail Soirée In The Houston Area This Halloween • House of Spirits
Following its smash debut in L.A. – and continued success in L.A., Dallas and NYC – House of Spirits: A Haunted Cocktail Soirée is coming to the greater Houston area. And you can reserve your tickets now!
3. 100 Sensational Things To Do In Houston This September
August is over and October waits just around the corner, but as any Texan knows, summer isn’t going anywhere. With about two-and-a-half months left of guaranteed heat, there’s still time yet to check off your summer bucket list items before the cold weather finally closes in. From enchanting candlelight concerts, to expansive patio bars and beer gardens, to a whirlwind of museum exhibits, bars, restaurants, and things to do, here’s a comprehensive list of 100 awesome things to do in Houston this September!
4. The Boozy Haunted Tavern Cocktail Experience Is Opening This September In Houston
This 4-part interactive cocktail journey is guided by the tavern keeper himself, a spooky character all his own. So get ready for a hair-raising experience and get your tickets here!
5. A Spectacular Día De Los Muertos Parade And Festival Is Taking Place In Houston This Fall
Día de los Muertos, otherwise known as Day of the Dead, is a traditional Mexican holiday that celebrates the lives of passed loved ones. The thousands-of-years-old Aztec-originated tradition is celebrated throughout Latin America every year with feasts, costumes, and sugar skulls. Once again, Houston is holding a spectacular Día de los Muertos festival to honor the tradition!
6. A ‘Record-Breaking’ Japanese Food Festival Is Taking Place In Houston This Fall
Immerse yourself in the most spectacular facets of Japanese culture this fall at Tokyo Night Festival. The two-day festival slated for this November touts itself as “the largest Japanese festival the nation has seen” and promises sumo wrestling, live performances, endless eats, and much more!
7. Celebrate Oktoberfest All Year Long At This Kitschy German Biergarten In Houston
As many are aware, Germany’s famous (slightly infamous) beer festival known as Oktoberfest actually takes place in September. Headquartered in Munich, the massive festival spans over the course of weeks, involving hearty food, traditional music, and copious amounts of tasty German beer. Here in Houston, you can experience the joy of Oktoberfest all year long at King Bier Haus in The Heights.
8. Rooftop Cinema Club Announces Spine-Chilling October Program
Spooky season is almost here, what better way to spend spooky season then to curl up with some popcorn and watch a scary movie? This season, the Rooftop Cinema Club of Houston is conjuring up a special batch of movies that will give you the heebie jeebies – the good kind.
9. Texas-Sized, Over-The-Top Food Festival Returning To Houston This October
Indulge your carnivorous cravings at the Southern Smoke Food Festival for a cause in Houston this fall. The three-day festival is your chance to raise funds for food and beverage workers and meet the makers – of the best barbecue the Lone Star State has to offer, that is.
10. Enjoy This Smashing Fall Festival At This Local Farm In October
Can you believe it? We’re already almost halfway through September. And despite what the everlasting heat might have you believe, autumn is just around the corner. In celebration of the brisk air, blazen leaves, and all things pumpkin, P-6 Farms will return its beloved annual fall festival.