Hope you got your Fourth of July plans in order, Houston, because the weekend is finally here. Celebrate the day at one of the many festive events going on in Houston this weekend.
1-2. Watch the Fireworks
Need something a little stronger than sparklers and Roman Candles? Check out these epic firework displays – and Fourth of July celebrations – scheduled in Houston over the weekend.
- While there plenty of firework displays scheduled for the weekend, as well as numerous vantages points by which to catch them, the most Houston experience might just be Bubbles and Fireworks Boat Tour.
This Sunday, Railway Heights Market is throwing a Fourth of July food festival and celebration. Food-wise, the event is set to feature BBQ, hot dogs, a whole roasted pig, and seafood boil. The celebration, beginning at 5 pm, will also feature live music, pop-up vendors, as well as activities for the children.
4-6. Swim, Float, and Do Other Water Activities
Presently, the weather forecast is predicting rainfall over the next few days. But we all know how fickle forecasts are. In case of sun, and summer heat, we recommend indulging in these nautical activities in and outside Houston.
- Plunge down a towering slide or into a meter-high piña colada at these Houston waterparks.
- Apply some sun screen, grab your beach towel, and get yourself a cocktail at these eight poolside bars in Houston to beat the heat this summer!
- Float down the world’s longest lazy river here in Texas.
What’s your go-to Fourth of July movie? Be it Independence Day, The Sandlot, Jaws, or the new Top Gun movie, you can be sure to check screenings of any and all around the city.
Jet Hospitality, a Denver-based nightlife group, is bringing Babylon to Bayou City with their massive and exotic new nightclub. Located in the space formerly occupied by Howl at the Moon, the club will hold its grand opening celebration July 4th weekend. The ceremony is set to feature interactive experiences, live performances, and exotic animals.
If you’ve already started a summer 2022 bucket list, we have another addition for you. The Galveston Island State Park is reopening its beachside front just in time for summer fun.
If you want to take your festivities this weekend to the next level, literally, check out one or more of our favorite rooftops in the city.