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Everything You Absolutely Have to Do in Houston This Fall

Updated On 09/27/2017 at 05:28PM EST Updated On 09/27/2017 at 05:28PM EST
King's Oktoberfest
King's Oktoberfest | courtesy of King's BierHaus
September
Galveston Island Wild Texas Shrimp Festival
Galveston Island Shrimp Festival | Galveston Island Wild Texas Shrimp Festival
September
Saturday - Sunday
Sep 30-Nov 26
It’s the largest Renaissance fest in the nation, with over 200 performances daily and 400 shops. And it’s happening for nine straight weekends this year.
October
King's Oktoberfest
King's Oktoberfest | courtesy of King's BierHaus
October
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Friday - Sunday
Oct 6-22
King's Biergarten & King's Bierhaus
Bavarian strongman competitions, beer pong tournaments, and jousting are just a taste of the excellence waiting at King’s Biergarten (October 6-8) and King’s Bierhaus (October 20-22).
Sunday
Oct 8
Congrats, y’all. We’ve collectively donated $1 million dollars via drinks and good vibes at OKRA. Celebrate with cocktails, cookies, donuts & tamales, cocktails, a brass band, and champagne.
Friday - Sunday
Oct 13-15
Downtown Conroe
Gear up for fiery eats and over 15 live acts at the 28th annual Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival.
Saturday
Oct 14
8th Wonder’s Achtoberfest puts a hyperlocal spin on traditional celebrations with live music, craft brews, and good times. No cover and no tickets needed.
Saturday - Sunday
Oct 14-15
Downtown
Come out and see why the Bayou City Art Festival is one of the best in the nation.
Saturday
Oct 21
19th Street
The Houston Zombie Walk puts on Houston’s ultimate Halloween Fest, and all proceeds go to benefit numerous charities.
Sunday
Oct 22
This year’s massive Southern Smoke event will move its fundraising efforts to Harvey relief. Tickets are a little pricey at $200, but that’ll net you unlimited beer, wine, and of course, BBQ.
Saturday
Oct 28
It’s five bars, five beers, and a 5K in your best (or most comfortable) Halloween costume.
November
Brewmasters Craft Beer Fest
Brewmasters Craft Beer Fest | Steven David
November
Friday
Nov 3
The zoo’s never been so fun. Enjoy unlimited food, wine, beer, and music from Big Bad Voodoo Daddy... all for $120.
Saturday
Nov 4
Little Woodrow’s annual BBQ Festival combines brisket, ribs, chicken, and beer. Free to get in, but you gotta be at least 21.
Saturday
Nov 11
Taste classic expressions from Europe, finish with a taste of modern, new-world examples, and eat some snacks along the way.
Friday
Nov 17
Bring your blankets and lawn chairs for a showing of Planes, Trains and Automobiles on the big screen. The free showing starts at 7pm.
Friday - Sunday
Nov 24-26
After postponement due to Hurricane Harvey, the eighth annual BrewMasters Craft Beer Festival returns to much fanfare. Maybe it’s the fact there’s over 65 breweries participating this year.