City officials broke ground last Thursday on Brazos River Park and Festival Site, Sugar Land’s most anticipated new attraction.
Rodeo season is here, making the next month official cause to celebrate great music and food in Houston. That being said, you don’t need to fight the crowds at NRG Stadium to do so.
On March 14th, Young Texas Artists will conclude it’s 31st annual music competition with Bach, Beethoven, and Barbecue, a dinner, concert and after-party that is sure to be an incredible evening.
Black History Month is upon us, offering the chance to celebrate the great achievements of those who have overcome significant challenges and paved the way for future leaders in the new generation.
If you have never heard of Pete Yorn, you are in for a treat!
Ever wonder how the food we eat everyday is produced? Or where the ingredients of your favorite meal originate?
Now’s your chance to find out!
Grab your glitzy Western attire and giddyup—a fun and festive celebration is galloping your way!
On Friday, January 30th, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo presents the Sparkle and Spurs Dinner and Dance, an event sure to spin your spurs.
In the mood for a goofball comedy? Sugar Land’s Inspiration Stage is excited to present a fun-filled evening that will take you on the ride of your life!
Snap Kitchen is now open for business!
Join the Houston Symphony on February 7th as it celebrates its 13th year performing at The Centrum!
Do you admire the beauty of historical architecture? Do glimpses of yesteryear fill you with wonder? Feed your fascination by experiencing the sights of Old Sugar Land!