Events in Houston this March
Whether you’ve lived in Houston your whole life, or you’re new to this great city, there’s always something new to discover in the Bayou City. This month there are plenty of great events in Houston to enjoy. From celebrating the independence of Texas to Mardi Gras celebrations to the annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival, there’s something for everyone this spring in Houston.
Events in Houston this March
When: March 1st– 3rd, 2019
Where: River Oaks Garden Club
The 84rd Azalea Trail heralds the beginning of Spring! Blooms of Spring will be in full swing on March 1, 2 and 3, 2019. The Trail will kick off with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Lazy Lane entrance of Bayou Bend on Friday, March 1st at 10:30 a.m. A ticket to the Trail gives admission to 6 locations within the River Oaks neighborhood, including 4 private homes and gardens, Bayou Bend and Rienzi.
When: March 2nd, 2019
Where: Houston Heights
411 West 20thStreet
Ready to warm up after a chilly winter? The Chamber has just the event to do that as we kick off the popular Crawfish Festival, right in the heart of the Heights, at the usual site, 411 West 20th Street. The day starts with a festive parade down 20th and 19th streets with bands, drill teams, funky cars, and much more! The parade ends at the entrance to the Crawfish Festival where food and fun await!
Gates to the Festival open at 10:30. Vendor booths featuring all types of goods and services will be on-hand to show off their wares which can run from cosmetics, to energy services, to clothing and jewelry, art, plus much more. Here’s an opportunity to find that hard to shop for “special gift” for someone’s birthday.
Oh, did we forget to mention the prime food attraction – CRAWFISH? Mudbugs will be available steaming hot along with corn and potatoes. If you are not a crawfish fan, don’t worry – there will be other menu items available along with cold beer, soft drinks and water.
When: March 2ndand 3rd, 2019
Where: Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site
23400 Park Road 12
“Texas Independence Day Celebration”—presented by H-E-B—is an admission free annual two-day living history celebration from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 2 and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, March 3 on the 293-acre Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site to commemorate when 59 delegates bravely met in 1836 to make a formal declaration of independence from Mexico and form a new nation.
After all, there is no better place to celebrate Texas independence than on the very spot “Where Texas Became Texas.”
When: March 3rd, 2019
Where: 8thWonder Brewery
2202 Dallas Street
Sample Jameson cocktails from some of our favorite Houston bartenders
Craft Beer tastings from our brewery partners
Food from our neighborhood favorites
Exclusive access to join Jameson's 5th Generation Master Cooper, Ger Buckley & our Jameson Brand Ambassadors for education sessions
Live performances throughout the day from our Jameson Musicians.
All proceeds from ticket sales benefit Keep America Beautiful which supports
Keep Houston Beautiful.
When: March 5th, 2019
Where: Nick’s Fish Dive & Oyster Bar
20 Waterway Avenue #105
The Woodlands, TX
Grab your beads, put on a mask Fat Tuesday is coming and partying is the task!
We pack the house each year at our annual MARDI GRAS PARTY...Guests let loose and enjoy Live Zydeco Music, Dancing, Seafood & Po'Boys!!
When: March 17th, 2019
Where: Lucky’s Pub
801 St. Emanuel
The largest St. Patrick’s Day Festival is at both Lucky’s Pub Locations!
94.5 THE BUZZ, Lucky’s Pub, and AWE Productions are proud to announce St. Patrick’s Day Festival 2018. This year’s festival will be even bigger and better than last year; we are closing down the streets to have the largest St. Patrick’s Day Party around!
St. Patrick’s Day Festival DOWNTOWN 2018 featuring:
Centrally located in EaDo Houston – The Art & Soul of the City
St. Patrick’s Day Parade Pre and Post HQ! Float winners announced at Lucky’s Pub.
When: March 22st – 31st, 2019
Where: Ford Park Fairgrounds
5115 Interstate 10 Access Road
The 2019 South Texas State Fair is the 76th such event sponsored by the Young Men's Business League, but the story of the Fair in Beaumont goes back many years before this. The Fair actually is over 100 years old.
One of the first fairs in the city was held during the first week of October 1907. There is evidence to indicate that an earlier fair was held in 1904 and perhaps others before that, but the '07 event was the start of 112 consecutive years of fairs in Beaumont.
When: March 29th– 31st, 2019
Where: Memorial Park
The festival is one of the top outdoor fine arts festivals in the nation. The three-day festival showcases the works of over 300 of the finest artists in the world. The outdoor event brings out more than 20,000 people to Memorial Park offering visitors the opportunity to meet with exhibiting artists, and enjoy food and entertainment.
When: March 30th– 31st, 2019
Where: Tranquility Park
Two days of games, circus acts, rides, food, beverages, and entertainment for all ages centered in downtown Houston. The Festival excitement includes Fourteen Big Family Adventure Zones, Six stages of music and entertainment, over three hundred fun activities, as well as featured celebrities. Created 31 years ago by Child Advocates as an avenue to create awareness and funding to help the abused and neglected children of Houston.
Over 5.5 million dollars have been raised for the organization through the annual two days of children activities.
Come celebrate, enjoy, laugh, and play at the 31th Annual McDonald’s Houston Children’s Festival and create a lifetime of memories!