While there’s still some more work to be done, it’s safe to say that Houston has bounced back from the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey.
That calls for a celebration, Irish style.
St. Patrick’s Day in the Bayou City is a treasured holiday among the city’s fateful partiers, and the numerous bars that are scattered all over town will be filled to the brim with revelers looking to party like the Irish. Concerts and shows will also be making their way to America’s fourth-largest city, and here are the best that will complement those looking for a soundtrack to St. Patrick’s Day.
March is not just reserved for the Irish in Houston. This is also the time for the rodeo, and the largest in the world will make its annual stop at NRG Park in March. RodeoHouston is an extravaganza, and it’s not just the bull riders and foot that will keep fans flocking through the gates at NRG Park. It’s also the music, and this year, there will be some A-list stars making their way to RodeoHouston, such as Garth Brooks, Rascal Flatts, and Alessia Cara.
You know what goes great with your Guinness beer? A great soccer match, and before the MLS season starts, get your fill of the beautiful game by taking in a match with the Tigres vs Chivas. Soccer has taken a firm grip on Houston, and this event will sell out, so make sure you grab your tickets ASAP.
March 23 @ 7:30 pm
Toyota Center -- 1510 Polk St., Houston, TX 77002
Are you ready to rock after St. Patrick’s Day? Well, you can when Bon Jovi hits the Toyota Center on March 23. Bon Jovi is a rock legend, and you can believe that this show will quickly sell out. Who wouldn’t want to enjoy a rocking night with one of New Jersey’s favorite sons? Trust us, this is a show you don’t wanna miss.
March 31 @ 8:30pm
Arena Theatre -- 7326 SW Freeway, Houston, TX 77074
Rick Ross has always had a tremendous love for Houston, and the Miami rapper will bring a taste of the 305 to the 713 right after the St. Patrick’s Day festivities begin. Ross has no problem getting the party started, and Houston is a town that loves to party, so imagine the throngs of fans that will pack Arena Theatre to get a glimpse of rap’s best-selling artists? It’s going to be LIT.