FREE WEEKEND FUN

It’s another weekend in Houston with plenty of free fun! Check out these 14 Free Things to Do in Houston August 29-31:

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FRIDAY

Enjoy a classic musical –AD Players present a free performance of Godspell at 8 pm Friday, at Miller Outdoor Theatre. It’s considered one of the biggest Broadway and off-Broadway hits of all time. Free reserved seats are available on performance day at the Miller Box Office, 10 am – 1 pm.

Bike Houston — Grab your bike and join Critical Mass, a group of bikers that ride the last Friday of each month from Market Square Park. Its goal is to advocate for a bike-friendly urban environment. Ride begins at 301 Milam downtown at 7 pm.

Listen to jazz -- The free outdoor concert series continues Friday at Central Green Park in Katy. This week features college students in Cool Jazz beginning at 7 pm. Located at 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd. in Katy.

Learn to salsa dance — Enjoy free salsa dance lessons at Latin Beats every Friday night at the Downtown Aquarium. From 7 pm – 11 pm you can learn salsa dancing from professional dance instructors. Enjoy live music since it’s the last Friday of the month. The Aquarium is located at 410 Bagby at Memorial.

SATURDAY

Fish for free — Don’t miss the 31st annual The Woodlands Kiwanis Kid’s Fishing Tournament Saturday, August 30, 7 am to noon. The event includes free bait, free food, and free drinks! This event is geared to toddlers to age 16 years. Registration begins at 7 am with fishing starting at 8 am. There will be trophies for all! Located at Creekwood Park at Panther Creek in The Woodlands.

Enjoy a free movie — Head downtown for some air-conditioned fun at the Central Library. A free kids’ movie begins at noon. Central Library is located at 500 McKinney.

Disney and Houston SymphonyCelebrate Disney music — Head to The Woodlands Saturday night for a free Houston Symphony concert featuring all things Disney! Disney in Concert Magical Music from the Movies will relive some of the best songs from Disney movies. Pre-concert activities begin at 6:30 pm and the concert starts at 8 pm. Mezzanine and lawn seats are free thanks to Anadarko Petroleum Corporation and Woodforest National Bank.

Jam in Tomball — Don’t miss the Tomball Texas Music Festival Saturday, 11 am – 6:30 pm. Live music from The John Evans Band, Jesse Raub, Jr., and Mike & the Moonpies. Food, music and free parking! Located at 201 S. Elm in Tomball.

photo by Mary MatteEngage in free yoga — Enjoy free Community Yoga Night at Sugar Land Town Square plaza Saturday night to prepare for National Yoga Day Monday! The class, presented by Awakened Yoga Studio, begins at 6:30 pm. the event is to raise awareness and gather donations for nonprofit InPowered by One Significant Act.  photo: Mary Matte

Chill out for Labor Day — Enjoy your Labor Day weekend at Waterway Square Saturday. The evening event features live music beginning at 6 pm, family fun (face painters, strolling entertainers and balloon artists), and fireworks beginning at 9 pm. Picnics, coolers, blankets, and chairs are welcome at Waterway Square. Located in The Woodlands.

Dance under the stars — It’s another fun evening of Dancing Under the Stars at CityCentre Saturday, 7 pm – 10 pm. Enjoy live music from Mango Punch with dance instruction by Fred Astaire Dance Studio.

Watch Monsters University under the moon — It’s another fun outdoor movie night at Central Green Park in Katy. This Saturday bring your chairs or blankets to catch Monsters University. Movie begins at dusk. Located at 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd.

SUNDAY

Celebrate the Texans — Help the Houston Texans’ kickoff their season at a big party this weekend at Kemah Boardwalk. Kickoff at Kemah is Sunday, August 31, 1 pm – 3 pm. Fans will enjoy autograph signings, live music, Houston Texans’ cheerleader performance, and giveaways.

Bollywood BlastExperience Bollywood — Enjoy song, glitz, dance, and glamour of Bollywood Blast: The Bollywood Bandwagon with an entertaining evening of fun for the entire family Sunday, 8 pm. This year’s performance celebrates Bollywood dance through the decades. Free tickets for reserved covered seats are available on performance day from 10:30 am – 1 pm at the Miller box office. Miller Outdoor Theatre is located in Hermann Park. photo: Miller Outdoor Theatre

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