Every Single Summer Festival in Houston, Now in One Calendar

Summer is here. Which means 1) it’s hot 2) you’re no longer wearing pants 3) no seriously, you’re not even gonna wear pants to work, and 4) there are SOOO many summer festivals going on, it’s impossible to keep track of them all... Until now.

Pride Houston, Inc.

Houstonia Burger Bash

All-you-can-eat burgers + all-you-can-polish-off booze + all-you-can-listen-to live music = this amazing festival.

2015 Juneteenth Fest

This year marks the 152nd anniversary of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, the 150th year since the slaves in Texas were informed of their freedom; the 42nd year of central Houston Juneteenth Parades, and the 0th year since you decided to check it all out.

Electric Foam

There are going to be foam cannons, and that should really be all you need to know.

Texas Tequila and Margarita Festival

Is there anything better than tequila tastings and margarita contests? Probably, but that won’t matter once you start sipping.

Springboard South

120 independent artists are coming from all over the globe to rock your faces off for three days.

93Q’s A Day in the Country With Darius Rucker

It’s a country and western music fest with the guy from Hootie, plus a whole lot more.

Discover Wine Festival

Because if you’re going to discover something this summer, let it be good wine and music.

Sherlock's Pub Brew Fest

25 different brews, live music, and great eats are three pretty good reasons to make your way to Clear Lake.

Houston PRIDE Festival & Parade

Celebrate individuality and equality all week long, but make sure to double mark your calendars for the parade on the 27th.

Vans Warped Tour 2015

It’s like being a punk teenager again, just with a much bigger hangover.

Woodlands Craft Beer & Music Festival

You can get day-only or three-day passes... but it’ll probably take you all three to get through the 100 craft beers.

Night Nation Run -- Running Music Festival

We’ll let them bill it: “A 5K musical voyage filled with lights, lasers, beats and celebration for the lover of Electronic Dance Music. Run, walk, skip or dance your way through this electrifying adventure.”
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Inaugural Latin Jazz Jam

Hit the hill to get a taste of today’s most innovative, influential, and cutting-edge Latin jazz. And do it all with a box of wine.

Star-Spangled Salute

Happy 3rd, y’all!

Freedom Over Texas

The city’s best fireworks fest features a Bud Light Lime-A-Rita Beach Bash and a Dr Pepper Zone featuring H-town pro-team setups, music, food, and a salute to the military.

Fulshear Freedom Festival

Because Fulshear likes to celebrate freedom, too.

Bud Light Weenie Roast

The 94.5 The Buzz music festival features Shinedown, Blue October, X Ambassadors, Meg Myers, and more.

Greater Houston Rath Yatra -- “Festival of Chariots”

The Hindu festival -- which originated thousands of years ago in Puri, India -- is all about promoting the idea of togetherness. So come together.

Haak Vineyards’ Annual Harvest Festival

Come out bright and early to harvest, watch the crush, and dance, baby, dance.

Houston Summer Jam

T.I. and Lil Boosie are going to be there. Will you?

Colombian Fest

Salsa, meringue, and fresh-as-hell Colombian foods are a good time.

Houston World Series of Dog Shows

Let’s just hope they’re better than this golden retriever.

Summerland Tour 2015

Time to relive high school. Fuel. Everclear. Toadies. Plus more.

Best Damn Food Truck Festival Ever

Over 20 food trucks will be lining up in the purple lot for your eating pleasure.

Space City Comic Con

Get your nerd on at Houston’s very own Comic Con.

Bayou City Bonanza: Music, Art & Crafts Fair in Houston

This 14-hour event features live music performances, art exhibits by emerging local talents, a gut-busting comedic showcase, interactive activities, and free Ziegenbock for ages 21+.

H-Town Sneaker Summit

Hardcore collectors, street wear brands, and local boutiques show up to show off the dopest kicks around.

Hunters Extravaganza

The granddaddy of ALL Texas hunting shows is hitting Houston for three days. Try out the latest deer-hunting equipment, hunting accessories, hunting clothing, rifles, knives, archery gear & other exciting stuff.

Houston Shakespeare Festival

Catch free alternating performances of Macbeth and The Merchant of Venice. Hill seating is open and reserved seats are available for free.
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Houston Black Heritage Music & Arts Festival

Celebrate the essence of spirit through music, dance, arts, and more.

White Linen Night

Don your best P. Diddy gear and head to the Heights for an all-out street fest and market.

Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival

Jam to face-melting rock from with Slayer, King Diamond, Hellyeah, The Devil Wears Prada, and more.

Houston Latin Fest

You don’t have to be Latin to know that Latin dance, music, and culture are terrific. As is the food.

4th. Annual Pearland Wine & Food Festival

August is hot. Cool off with crisp wine and plenty of fresh eats.
Galveston Island Brewing

BrewMasters Craft Brew Festival

The Labor Day weekend was made for beer (... right?). Hit the largest craft beer celebration at the beach for a BrewLicious Brews and Food Pairing and BrewHaha Grand Tasting.


Hit this all-day outdoor festival for food, games, and performances from Jack & Jack, Aaron Carpenter, Sam Pottorff, and more.

Houston African Arts Festival

Catch live performances of music, dance, poetry, and more.

Houston Fine Art Fair

Art lovers shouldn’t miss this huge fair featuring modern and contemporary masters, mid-career, and emerging artists from around the globe.

Untapped Festival

Over 200 premium brews and plenty of live music and cool beats will keep you happy, even if summer is ending.

Houston Hot Sauce Festival

Prove your love of all things hot through lick-a-thons and ghost pepper contests. Or just show up to taste, drink, and shop.

3rd Annual Pearland International Festival

Get cultured through over-eating all the foods and buzzed dancing to sounds from around the world.

Whiskies of the World Expo

If there’s one thing Texans love more than a hot sauce festival, it’s got to be a whiskey one.