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What’s happening, Houston? We’re back this week with a bigger & better batch of things to do in Houston.

Our picks this week: a creative car experience, a super sweet festival, and a pumped up balloon fest. Keep reading for more details!

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Events This Weekend

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1. Houston Art Car Experience By Night

Houston’s unique car parade returns for a super special night experience!

The Houston Art Car Experience By Night brings all the fun & colors of the Art Car parade to streets at night! In addition to the cars themselves, guests can enjoy musical performances from some of Texas’ best acts, digital art installations, costumes, food, and so much more.

If you love the Art Car Experience or want to experience it for the first time, this is the perfect place to start! Grab some friends, a few lawn chairs, and get ready to have fun! 

Event Details
🗓 MAY 14 | 7PM–11PM
📍 The Orange Show World Headquarters, 2401 Munger St, Houston, Texas, 77023

Pasadena Strawberry Festival Strawberry Festival And More Stuff To Do In Houston 2022

2. The Pasadena Strawberry Festival

We’re excited to see the  Pasadena Strawberry Festival return this year! This 3-day festival brings together friends and fam for the sweetest celebration of everything strawberries.

Kids & adults can enjoy specialized activities like the “Cook Off Carnival,” plenty of food vendors, petting zoos, helicopter rides, mud volleyball, and so much more!

In between activities, explore the many vendors selling fresh strawberries or strawberry-based treats, like jam, jelly, and bread! You’ll definitely get your sweet tooth fix at this festival – don’t wait to sign up!

Event Details
🗓 MAY 14-16 | 10AM–5PM
📍Pasadena Fairgrounds, 7902 Fairmont Pkwy, Pasadena, Texas, 77505

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3. Whitney Cummings

Houston Improv’s impressive comedy lineup continues with Whitney Cummings! Based in Los Angeles, Cummings is comedian, actor, writer, producer and director known best for her comedy specials “Can I Touch It?” (2019) and “Money Shot (2010.)
 
Fans can expect the same level of introspective, biting commentary on everything from gender to anxiety to the streets of Los Angeles. Don’t miss your chance to see another comedy powerhouse in person!  

Event Details
🗓 MAY 14 | 7:30PM-9:30PM
📍 Houston Improv, 7620 Katy Freeway, Ste. 455Houston, Texas, 77024

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4. 2021 OMG Food Fest - The World's First Hip Hop Food Festival

The world’s first hip-hop food festival has arrived! This food-music hybrid festival calls itself the “OMG Food Fest” because the food is bound to make you say “oh my god!”

Expect delicious food made by their food truck vendors from all over Houston, like Foreign Policy Truck, the Cajun Skillet, and Planet Churro! Guests can also enjoy the best in hip-hop, rap, and old school from some of Houston’s best DJs. 

Two step with some tacos; bounce with some boudin; or boogie with your BBQ – it’s all welcome here!

Event Details
🗓 MAY 15 | 2PM–10PM
📍 4603 West Orem, Houston, Texas, 77075

Hot Air Balloon Strawberry Festival And More Stuff To Do In Houston 2022

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5. Houston Hot Air Balloon Festival & Polo Match

Enjoy a gorgeous day of nature, majestic horses, polo, dozens of food and alcohol vendors, helicopter rides and giant hot air balloons!

The Houston Hot Air Balloon Festival returns with a bang! Grab your ticket for an exciting day of polo matches as teams duke it out for the Victory Cup. Not into polo? Try any one of the festival’s additional attractions, including their hot air balloon and horse rides.

Kids and pets are welcome, so bring the entire family for this one-of-a-kind event!

Event Details
🗓 MAY 14-15| 4PM–8PM
📍 Brookshire Polo Club, 800 Wilpitz Rd, Brookshire, Texas, 77423

Local Business Spotlight

We love highlighting the local businesses that make our great city unique! Since opening its doors, Wooster’s Garden has become a Midtown staple, not only for its incredible selection of cocktails, but also for its warm, inviting atmosphere.

Whether lounging inside or on the patio, guests can enjoy the elegant, spacious design fit for parties of all sizes. As the weather warms up, you’ll find more and more food trucks lining the street on Sundays in case you’re ready for a treat while you drink.

Their drink menu more than 49 brews on tap as well as an impressive offering of craft beer. However, the real star is their carefully-concocted craft cocktails, each offering a different flavor profile. We recommend the “Cloud Nine” (gin, peach liqueur, lemon, violette, maraschino) or the “Vanilla Punch” (Cognac, lemon, lime, vanilla, and pineapple.)

More Things to Do in Houston

As always, we love supporting other influencers here in Houston! This week, we’re sending lots of love to Spoiled Latina and its founder & owner, Yvonne!

Yvonne launched Spoiled Latina to empower and inspire women to engage in more self-care without guilt or shame! Since launching over 10 years ago, the Spoiled Latina brand has expanded to include some of the best self-care activities and brands available in the city. In 2019 she launched “Spoiled Latina Day,” dedicated to sharing her mission with women of all ages!

Each day and in different ways, Yvonne shows us how to embrace holistic self-care! 

Show Yvonne some love and let her know StufftoDoinHouston sent you!

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Michelle Ofiwe

Michelle Ofiwe

Michelle is a City Manager for UNATION and author of the Stuff to Do in Houston City Guide. For more insight on the best events and things to do in the Houston area, download the UNATION app and follow @StufftoDoinHouston on InstagramFacebook, and YouTube.

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