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A review of what you missed on day 1

The weekend cold front that hit Texas brought Friday morning rain upon the city of Austin. For Austin City Limit attendees, the rain could either make or break their weekend at the festival. As the clouds moved away, and the sun shined, the gates opened to an unforgettable experience. From the music, to food & drinks,...

My experience at Poetry at Round Top festival was frightening, soothing, enlightening, and overwhelming. While I walked the beautiful grounds with my name-tag, my self-proclaimed title of “emerging writer” was starting to feel like an albatross. They encourage all kinds of writers, even non-writers to attend. But,...

Primarily known for his prowess in the snowboarding industry, including his recent gold-medal victory in the 2018 Winter Olympics, Shaun White is making a name for himself in the festival production arena as he effortlessly combines his passions in life – snowboarding, skateboarding and music – for a collision of...

With New Orleans hailed as the Mardi Gras haven and being less than six hours down the road from Houston, is it worth it to “settle” for the Mardi Gras Galveston festival just one hour outside of town? If affordable and convenient is your approach to celebrating next season, as is the case with many students across...

The time has finally arrived – Austin City Limits is this weekend! Only 15 years after its inception, the festival has grown into one of the nation’s most-anticipated music showcases and now spans two weekends, with eight stages and 140 artists. Headlining this year’s Austin City Limits is Jay-Z, the Red Hot Chili...

The opener of this year’s SXSW Film Festival was one of the hardest ones to get tickets for. Some people waited in line for up to seven hours without success, but little did they know that they didn’t miss a thing; ‘Song to Song’ featuring Michael Fassbender, Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, Natalie Portman and Cate...

When it was announced that Borgore would not appear at Stereo Live, I was sure that turnout would be pretty sparse. Stereo Live, apparently, was afraid of this same conclusion: Ticket prices plummeted and landed on “free.” As I approached the venue, it looked as though the offering had done the trick. Hardly after 10...

The producers from Free Press Houston have teamed up with the creative agency Work-Order to create a two-day winter festival dedicated to creatively combining music and digital art. Day for Night will begin on Dec. 19 and end on Dec. 20. Here is a line-up of artists to look for before purchasing your tickets. Death...

  Mayor’s Holiday Celebration Celebrate a holiday tradition in the heart of downtown Houston on Dec. 4 with music, Santa and fireworks. The 96th annual event features a larger-than-life tree decorated with glistening lights, ornaments and a star on top. Bring a toy donation to support the Salvation Army of the Greater...