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A Celebration Of Heritage

Houston’s East End is a vibrant international business district rich in diversity and bursting with residential and commercial development. To celebrate the changes in this historic area of Houston, community leaders kickoff the first East End Street Fest back in 2012 on Harrisburg Boulevard. In 2013, the East End Street Fest moved to its permanent location, Navigation Esplanade, between S. Jensen Dr. and Delano St. On October 25 of 2014, the East End Street Fest will be back to the Navigation Esplanade with two music stages featuring Latin Grammy Award-Winner David Lee Garza, food choices for every taste, art and plenty of fun activities for the family. Admission is FREE.

Other great artists include:

  • Mango Punch leading the Block Street Party
  • Little Spear
  • Triple III
  • Young Girls
  • Bow Legged Monkey
  • Mitch Jacobs Band

…and many more! There is music for everyone including rock, jazz, reggae and country.

Please check to other artistic activities happening through out the East End between September and November thanks to the Houston Art Alliance and their Transported + Renewed initiative.

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The fun continues in the East End this weekend with an abundance of local shrimp sourced by Shrimp Boat Projects, beer from Karbach Brewing Co., and a Cook-off organized by Urban Harvest. Enjoy and mark your calendars for the biggest party of all, the East End Street Fest on Oct. 25! #EESF #EASTENDHOUSTON ... See MoreSee Less

Buffalo Bayou Shrimp Festival

October 4, 2014, 12:00pm - October 4, 2014, 6:00pm

901 N. York St. Houston, TX 77003

Join us for the inaugural Buffalo Bayou Shrimp Festival: A Celebration of the Estuary With an abundance of local shrimp sourced by Shrimp Boat Projects, beer from Karbach Brewing Co., and a Cook-off organized by Urban Harvest, the festival will provide plenty of opportunities to indulge in the bounty of the shrimp harvest. Splice Records, LLC stellar music line-up includes Craig Kinsey, Nick Gaitan & The Umbrella Man, the Kelly Doyle Trio, and Hayden Jones and The Roosevelt House Band. Picnic-style games and activities for kids will be run with style by the Eastwood Civic Association. Educational booths, activities, and information from local non-profits will provide a larger environmental context for the festivities and celebration of the landscape. The focal point and symbol of the day is Shrimp Boat Projects’ working shrimp boat, the F/V Discovery, transformed into the Divine Pelican, a kinetic “art boat”. Flapping its 40ft wings from Galveston Bay though the Houston Ship Channel, the pelican will come to rest in the waters overlooking the festival, acting as a protective deity forthe estuary and of the cultures that depend on its resilience. The event is free and family-friendly. For more information, to sign-up for the cook-off, or to get involved: www.houstonshrimpfest.org Presented by Shrimp Boat Projects As part of Houston East End Transported + Renewed, organized by Houston Arts Alliance Co-sponsored by Buffalo Bayou Partnership A project of Creative Capital - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - For more information, visit www.TransportedRenewed.com. For recordings about upcoming Transported + Renewed events, call the T+R Hotline at 713.481.2819 (English) or 713.481.9538 (Spanish).

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Can’t wait to begin the fiesta?

Check out these great artistic activities being organized by our friends at the Houston Art Alliance between the months of September and November.