When you live near a city like Houston, there’s no shortage of exciting things to do in your free time. Whether you’re looking for weekend plans or some entertainment for your next day off, you won’t have to search for too long before you find an event or activity that you can look forward to.
Things To Do In Houston This April
Watch a game
Now that baseball season is finally here, you can catch an Astros home game, or show your support for the Rockets as they continue through the playoffs!
Upcoming Houston Astros home games this month:
- Texas Rangers at Houston Astros, 4/13
- Texas Rangers at Houston Astros, 4/14
- Texas Rangers at Houston Astros, 4/15
- Los Angeles Angels at Houston Astros, 4/23
- Los Angeles Angels at Houston Astros, 4/24
- Los Angeles Angels at Houston Astros, 4/25
- Oakland Athletics at Houston Astros, 4/27
- Oakland Athletics at Houston Astros, 4/28
- Oakland Athletics at Houston Astros, 4/29
- New York Yankees at Houston Astros, 4/30
Houston Rockets playoffs
- Quarterfinals: Home Game 1, 4/14
- Quarterfinals: Home Game 2, 4/16
- Quarterfinals: Home Game 3, 4/23
- Quarterfinals: Home Game 4, 4/27
- Semifinals: Home Game 1, 4/30
See a show
Not interested in sports? Check out some of the most highly-anticipated shows coming to Houston later this month!
- Disney On Ice: Dare to Dream at NRG Stadium, 4/11 – 4/15
- The Mavericks at House Of Blues Houston, 4/12
- Foo Fighters at House Of Blues Houston, 4/19
- Sirius XM Presents Todd Rundgren’s Utopia at House of Blues Houston, 4/22
- Jack Johnson at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 4/26
- Eric Church at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 4/27
- Lewis Black: The Joke’s On US at Revolution Music Center, 4/28
Also coming soon to Houston is the Lynyrd Skynyrd Farewell Tour at The Cynthia Mitchell Pavilion on 5/12.
Get active for a good cause at the MS 150
If you love cycling, don’t miss out on the opportunity to help raise money for MS research at the 2018 BP MS 150. The 2-day event, organized by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, features a bike ride from Houston to Austin, and with over 13,000 cyclists and volunteers, it’s the largest event of its kind in the entire continent. So far this year, the event has raised just over a third of its $15 million goal.
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