Events in Houston this September
Summer has officially come to an end now that the kids are back in school. That doesn’t mean there aren’t still plenty of great events in Houston this September. There are plenty of things to do this month in this great city. From Groovefest to Oktoberfest, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this September in Houston.
Events in Houston this September
When: August 21st– September 2nd, 2019
Where: Various locations in and around Houston
Houston Restaurant Weeks is the largest annual fundraiser for America’s largest food bank, the Houston Food Bank.
It’s a month long dining extravaganza featuring specially priced lunches, brunches and dinners at restaurants from The Woodlands to Galveston, Texas.
HRW is planned by volunteers so that participating restaurants can donate 100% of the funds raised to the Houston Food Bank.
Participating restaurants make donations directly to the Houston Food Bank based upon how many brunches, lunches and dinners they sell during the event. Diners are not solicited for donations.
When: August 21st– December 31st, 2019
Where: The Houston Galleria
5058 Westheimer Road
Leave adulthood behind and return to childhood in this limited-time, immersive art pop up. Journey through 17 rooms capturing iconic moments from the playground to the school dance. Along the way you'll discover tastes, sounds, and even smells that bring you back to the best days of your life.
More than just a series of photo backdrops, The FOMO Factory is designed to truly transport you to another time, to introduce you to your inner child, and to allow people to engage in the healing process of play.
When: September 7th, 2019
Where: Kingwood Town Center Park
8 North Main Street
Texas first ever Pickle Festival! Come get yourself in a pickle at our first In a Pickle Festival located in Kingwood Town Center Park. We will have local Crafters with each vendor having a pickle related item. Please come join us for unique vendors, food, fun, and entertainment! We will also be having a silent auction to benefit https://www.facebook.com/cureforConnorMPSII/... for information on becoming a vendor or to enter our pickle competition please send me a PM with your phone number email address and what you would like to sell. Or you can email me at email@example.com or call 512-796-8857
In A Pickle Festival Schedule & Pickle Contest Info-
Enjoy live music throughout the festival!
When: September 8th, 2019
The Fascination Street Flea - Art & Vintage INDOOR / OUTDOOR Market is a curated, recurring monthly event of some of THE BEST local artists, artisan makers, and vintage vendors that Houston has to offer!
Brought to you by the same amazing folks that organize the Thorn & Moon Magickal Market every First Friday!
This FREE event takes place Second Sundays every month starting SEPTEMBER 8th, noon-5pm at Avantgarden, 411 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77006
When: September 9th, 2019
Where: Humble Civic Center
8301 Will Clayton Pkwy
A Family Tradition for over 100 years!
GARDEN BROS CIRCUS celebrates 100 years entertaining families throughout North America and “we’ve pulled out all the stops!”
This year’s production is packed with special effects, concert style lighting and 3 RINGS bursting with excitement, laughter and memories that families will cherish. We have brought the very best performers from 18 countries making up a cast of over 60 performers. GARDEN BROS CIRCUS presents a fast paced 90-minute show in a Theatrical European 3 ring setting featuring the Human Pyramid, daring aerial, 6 motorcycles in the Sphere of Fear, the Crazy Cossack Horse Riders and comedy.
Its 1½ hours of excitement and fun at GARDEN BROS CIRCUS.
Free children’s tickets have been distributed at all elementary schools, pre-schools, day care centers and churches. The Free Tickets are also available at sponsoring businesses in the area.
When: September 14th, 2019
Where: Houston Baptist University
7502 Fondren Road
HOUSTON AFRIFEST is an annual festival that has grown immensely over the years and draws thousands of guests from all over greater Houston. It has become Houston’s only festival that serves as a melting pot for the diverse cultures that span the continent. The festival will feature representing countries from west to east Africa, north to south Africa, and will include local and international vendors showing the arts, music, crafts, fashion and foods from the various regions of the continent.
When: September 21st, 2019
Where: Czech Cultural Center Houston
4920 San Jacinto
Celebrate 25 years with us! The dinner will be proceeded by a hour and a half reception. The evening will feature live music, a seated dinner, both live & silent auctions. Guests are encouraged to wear formal/ cocktail attire and there will be complimentary valet.
When: September 27th, 2019
Where: The Water Works at Buffalo Bayou
105 Sabine Street
Join us on September 27-28th at the Beautiful Water Works at Buffalo Bayou Park
for Houston's only Beer Fest with a German twist.
Put on your Lederhosen and Dirndls and enjoy a variety of German and Craft beer
with some of the best polka music in Texas. Beer Sales to benefit local non-profits.
When: September 28th, 2019
Where: Balls Out Burger
Main and Walnut Streets
The North Houston VW Club’s 24th annual show takes place at the beautiful park surrounding Tomball’s Historic Downtown Train Depot.See great cars and sample Texas craft beer from Houston-area brewers. Mouth-watering Texas-style barbecue, local area vendors of all kinds and live music onstage. Swap meet area too.All air or water-cooled Volkswagens are welcomed. Registration is from 8:30 to 11:00 am. Awards and prize winners announced at 3:00pm.Over 40 Trophies and Awards! Raffles, door prizes, the best goodie bags in Texas, manufacturers samples and gift certificates, local garage gift certificates and discounts, many gift baskets and great fun!Entry fee: $15.00. All proceeds benefit local NW Houston charities. Spectators FREE and plenty of FREE parking.
When: September 29th, 2019
Where: Minute Maid Park
501 Crawford Street
Diamond Parking Lot
AAA Texas will host Houston’s first-ever Walk To End Distracted Driving. The walk, which is free and open to the public, is designed to raise awareness and community participation to stop motorists from driving ‘Intexticated.’ Registration can be completed online via Eventbrite any time before the start of the walk, or in person, at the event starting at 8 AM. Community speakers and distracted driving awareness advocates will address the crowd from 8:45 AM until 9:15 AM. Then, the walk will begin and is approximately 1.1 miles in length. Parking is free in the Astros controlled lots (Lot A, B, and C).