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!
The 19th annual Pearland WinterFest breezes into town this season, bringing a fun-filled, enjoyable day that both children and adults can enjoy.
The sights, sounds and fun of winter—no matter the weather—are the key draw for Pearland’s annual WinterFest, a post-holiday tradition that takes place every January. The event is a day filled with winter-themed activities, rides, entertainment and food. The family-friendly event offers many activities, including a snow tubing hill, a petting zoo, rock climbing wall, carnival rides, live performances and great food!
Sugar Land residents, friends and neighbors are invited to attend Sugar Land’s spectacular New Year’s Eve on the Square party. Entertainment will include sensational fire breathers, giant roaming stilt-walking dinosaurs and intriguing street performers, and the return of the award-nominated (and much anticipated) 3D midnight show.
Complimenting the night’s entertainment will be energetic music and state-of-the-art lighting effects to fill Sugar Land’s Town Square with energy and a vibrant party atmosphere.
Looking for a night on the town? You’re in luck! Prepare for romance and laughter, because Almost, Maine encompasses both. This whimsical tale, written by John Cariani, explores love and loss in a remote, mythical almost-town called Almost, Maine. It premiered at the Portland Stage Company in Portland, Maine in 2004 where it broke box office records and garnered critical acclaim. There are nine short scenes: Her Heart, Sad & Glad, Seeing the Thing, Story of Hope, Where It Went, This Hurts, They Fell, Epilogue, and Prologue.