Events in Houston this March

Events in Houston this March

March is a busy month in Houston. There is something for everyone from Spring Break to St Patrick’s Day to the Houston Texans Cheerleader Tryouts, and don’t forget to spring forward on March 8th. The days are longer, the nights are warmer and things are just heating up in Houston. Check out the list below for events in Houston this March.


Events in Houston this March


Houston Quinceañera Expo

When: March 1st, 2020

Where: George R Brown Convention Center

1001 Avenida De Las Americas

Houston, TX


Houston Quinceaera Expo will be an unique event in the Houston area. There will be four fashion shows that will consist of two Quinceaera and two Bridal Fashion Shows. With over 100 exhibitors you are sure to find everything that you need for your special event.


Earthly Bodies: The Houston Brick Archive

When: March 1st, 2020

Where: San Jacinto College Central Campus Art Gallery

8060 Spencer Highway # C4. 119

Houston, TX


Earthly Bodies: The Houston Brick Archive is a conceptual project spearheaded by Houston based artist Alexander Squire that highlights a large collection of commercial bricks salvaged from various sites around the city of Houston. The bricks are studied with scrupulous attention paid to their organic and expressive form and materiality. An archeological enterprise, the bricks are then systematically processed as artifacts and showcased on multi-tiered repetitive grid-like shelves situated within expertly fabricated backlit display cabinets. Featured as unique specimens, the bricks forge a sense of familiarity and immediacy for the viewer cultivating an awareness of their rich history and complex network of migration, movement and interchangeability. The exhibition is further enhanced by compelling video, immersive soundscape and interactive brick rubbings.


Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

When: March 3rd – 22nd, 2020

Where: NRG Park

One NRG Park

Houston, TX


Since 1932, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ has committed more than $500 million to the youth of Texas. This Section 501(c)(3) charitable organization, supported by more than 35,000 volunteers, is the world’s largest livestock show and most innovative rodeo. RODEOHOUSTON® features the best cowboys and cowgirls competing for a purse of more than $2 million, and hosts the biggest names in the music industry. With tickets averaging more than $20 less than the national concert ticket average, the Rodeo is providing a family-friendly and affordable event. A ticket to the rodeo/concert also grants entrance to the NRG Park grounds, where the largest Western shopping mall is open for business in NRG Center. In addition to shopping, great food and a thrilling carnival, kids can experience pony rides, petting zoos, a live animal birthing center and other agricultural displays. There’s something for the whole family at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo!


Help Restore the Noble House

When: Tuesdays – Saturdays

Where: The Heritage Society

1100 Bagby Street

Houston, TX


In 2019, The Heritage Society (THS) celebrated 65 years of working to preserve Houston’s history, beginning with Houston’s oldest building. The non-profit organization was formed in 1954 to save and restore the Kellum-Noble House, which was facing demolition by the city. Originally built in 1847, the home has many stories to tell. Nathaniel Kellum was an industrious man who operated the brickyard and lime plant that produced the bricks and plaster to construct his house. Both the Kellums and Nobles had domestic slaves and some undoubtedly worked in the brickyard, thus contributing to the home’s construction and its story. Zerviah Noble not only lived in the home for decades, but also operated a small school there teaching young Houstonians to read and write, draw and paint, to embroider and appreciate music.  Highlights from the exhibit include original Kellum-Noble bricks, Zerviah’s silver pieces, and a “school room” complete with items from the Middle Bayou School which operated in the late 19th century near Clear Lake.

Over the years, THS has thoughtfully done preservation maintenance, continued historical research, and educated the public about Houston through the lens of the Kellums and the Nobles. Late in 2014, THS began its most ambitious restoration project to date with the goal of stabilizing the building’s foundation. Visitors will see an amazing video that walks you through the work we have done so far and details the future plans for the building.


6th Annual Fall Fest

When: Every Friday

Where: North Shore Rotary Pavilion

14350 ½ Wallisville Rd

Houston, TX


Part food festival, part music festival, CTC's "Fall Fest" is an excellent opportunity to bring a taste of Chicago to Houston area residents. This weekly, Chicago cultural festival features several food vendors who offer Chicago culinary classics including: rib tips, chicken wings with mild sauce, and pizza to name only a few. Additionally, the event features DJs who will spin a variety of music types including: House music which is an internationally known style of music born in Chicago which gave birth to techno and EDM. Also, the event hosts a dance lounge where attendees can learn Stepping which is a nationally known dance style born in Chicago and similar to this area's two-step and swing out dance styles.


Beach Party Kicks off Spring Break at Balmoral

When: March 7th, 2020

Where: Balmoral Crystal Clear Lagoon and Beach Club

15808 Crystal Terrace Drive

Houston, TX


Looking for some beach-themed fun in the sun in Houston? Well, it’s pretty much always sunny but it’s not always beachy — except here in Balmoral where you and the family are invited to dive into our Sun’s Out, Fun’s Out Beach Party from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 7.


This don’t-miss party will take place on the shores of our spectacular crystal clear lagoon, 15808 Crystal Terrace Drive. For $10 per person, you can enjoy an entire day of sand, sun and water fun including water volleyball, bounce houses, lawn games, putt-putt golf, swimming and splashing. Don’t forget to enter our sandcastle-building contest. We want to see your creations!


Market at the Marqe

When: Saturdays

Where: Marq’E Entertainment Center

7620 Katy Freeway

Houston, TX


The Market at the MarqE is a family-friendly Local Market Experience for all ages at the MarqE Entertainment Center! This weekly event is held Saturdays from 12pm to 5pm and features a fun variety of local artisans and makers + live artists, live music from local artists, face painting, & other good timin’ activities for everyone!


Petals Pumps and Pearls Entrepreneuher Self-Care Shower

When: March 7th, 2020

Where: Agrarian Wellness Center

17000 El Camino Reel Suite 209

Houston, TX


Petals, Pumps & Pearls EntrepreneuHER Self-Care Shower was birthed around the “baby shower” concept. We began to hear about “business showers” in 2019 and thought of ways to create a fun, relaxing but yet meaningful space for women entrepreneurs to come, be pretty, be celebrated, decompress and find resources for their brands! At each shower there will be a chance to network, games, treats, self-care discussions and exercises, raffles and giveaways. It is our ultimate goal to provide 1-2 attendees with the “BIG GIFT”, a basket filled with business supplies and personal care items. Fillings may include: office supplies, gift cards to Amazon/supply stores, gift certificates for business services provided by sponsors, spa items, books, etc. At the time of attendee registration, they will be asked to submit a top 5 list of services or items needed for their business/hustle/brand.


International Women’s Day HTX

When: March 8th, 2020

Where: George R Brown Convention Center

1001 Avenida De Las Americas

Houston, TX


Sunday, March 8, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m, join women from all over the city and abroad, as we attempt to set a world record of women standing in solidarity, celebrating diversity, strength and womanhood in an action packed festival at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Downtown Houston!


St Patrick’s Day Parade & Concert

When: March 14th, 2020

Where: Market Square Park

301 Milam

Houston, TX


Celebrate the luck of the Irish at the 61st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade (noon-1:30 pm), now with a new route in Historic Market Square. Continue the fun at Market Square Park with food, games and live music. Then head out in your green attire to the neighborhood’s eclectic bars and restaurants for drink specials on all your Irish favorites.


St Paddy’s Extravaganza

When: March 15th, 2020

Where: EQ Heights

1030 Heights Boulevard

Houston, TX


It's shur to be a St Patrick's Day like no other with Wylde Meade and the return of the incomparable Paul Cooper!! The Sisters, Celia & Ella will join us once more along with outstanding harpist, Terese Weber! So put on yer lucky buckle shoes and head over to EQ Heights for food, drink, fun and frivolity! A full afternoon of Irish Music begins at 4:15pm and lasts 'til closin' time! NO COVER - Tipping fills our Pot O Gold.


The Makeup Show Houston

When: March 21, 2020

Where: Hilton Houston Post Oak

2001 Post Oak Blvd.

Houston, TX


Get ready Houston, we’re coming back! The Makeup Show is bringing you some of the most influential artists and brands in today’s beauty industry. Join us for a fun and unforgettable two day experience with loads of educational and shopping opportunities in an intimate setting. Follow the celebrity makeup artists and industry experts on our Seminar and Demo stages as they show you the latest trends, techniques and share their business expertise to help guide you to a successful career. Shop for the must-have products in makeup, skincare and hair care brands at pro discount prices. Connect, Collaborate and Create at The Makeup Show, a beauty event not to be missed!


2020 Bayou City Art Festival

When: March 27th, 2020

Where: Memorial Park South Picnic Lane

6501 Memorial Drive

Houston, TX


SAVE THE DATE for Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park on March 27-29, 2020! The Art Colony Association, Inc. (ACA) will celebrate 49 years of fine art and giving back to local nonprofits as it spotlights 300 artists at Bayou City Art Festival in Memorial Park.


As the nation’s premier outdoor fine art event, the three-day festival will provide patrons with the opportunity to personally meet artists, view original works, and purchase world-class art. The festival benefits local nonprofit partners and features live music, local food vendors and food trucks, beverages, entertainment, a Children’s Creative Zone and so much more. An exhibition of student artwork composed of the top 30 finalists from the Middle School Art Competition will also be featured at Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park.


Houston Mac Attack

When: March 28th, 2020

Where: Midtown Park

2811 Travis Street

Houston, TX


Join us for Houston’s MAC ATTACK! The mac and cheese festival you’ve been waiting for! This is the only event in town where you get to sample a huge variety of gourmet, chef-inspired twists on your childhood favorite: mac & cheese! Local chefs and restaurants are cooking up their most creative and delicious mac & cheese while competing for the best mac in town. Be there to sample everything for yourself and cast your vote.

Houston’s Mac Attack is proud to support Heart of America. Over the past 20 years, Heart of America has provided high-quality resources and transformed spaces in under-resourced schools into modern learning environments so that students and communities can learn and grow. They have served more than two million students in need by distributing more than 4 million books, infusing $2 million in technology, and transforming nearly 400 school libraries, cafeterias, gymnasiums, college and career centers, tech labs, and many more educational spaces in communities less fortunate across the United States.

Houston Texans Cheerleaders Tryouts

When: March 28th, 2020

Where: Houston Methodist Training Center

8799 Kirby Drive

Houston, TX


Be a part of something truly extraordinary and live out your dream of performing in front of over 72,000 fans on Houston Texans gameday as a Houston Texans Cheerleader (HTC)! Enjoy national television exposure, travel the world on military tours, and be a central piece in giving back to the Houston community!


Chef Fest 2020

When: March 29th, 2020

Where: Harvest Green Village Farm

8939 Harlem Rd

Houston, TX


Advocates for local living, local eating rejoice! The Fourth Annual Chef Fest event returns to the Harvest Green Village Farm on Sunday, March 29, 2020 to kick off the spring season with a hot new lineup of chefs. TEN(10) of Houston’s best will match seasonal produce straight from our farm with local farm-raised meats to create sensational dishes that celebrate the diverse terroir of our Houston region. Attendees will eat their fill of dishes, sip on signature cocktails, Texas beer and wine, enjoy hands-on experiences presented by our event partners, bid on our silent auction, listen to live music, and stroll through the rows of a working farm. Proceeds from the day’s festivities will benefit Houston Food System Collaborative (HFSC) - an effort to educate, advocate, and grow our regional food system through its focus areas of sustainability, food access, and food enterprise development.

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