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May 5th-7th, 2023

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Our first weekend of May welcomes Cinco de Mayo with celebrations all around Greater Houston. Did you know? More popular in the United States than Mexico, Cinco de Mayo has become associated with the celebration of Mexican-American culture. Celebrations began in California, where they have been observed annually since 1863. So we celebrate with parades, colorfully dressed dancers, listen to lively Mexican folk music called mariachi, and eat millions of avocados in traditional eats such as guacamole.

This weekend lets start Cinco de Mayo at Miller Outdoor Theatre.

Wells Fargo Presents Cinco de May at Miller: Pasatono Orquesta

An eight-member group dedicated to rescuing and performing traditional Oaxacan music, especially that of the Mixtec region with a contemporary flair. The group has released four albums; and has toured the United States playing at Lincoln Center, NYC and Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

Saturday (5/6/2023) at Miller it's "Legends of the Chinese New Year produced by Dance of Asian American and Express Children’s Theatre"

Comprised of two acts: “The Legend of the Lunar Festival” and “The Legend of the Lantern Festival” this performance dramatizes the mythical origins of the Chinese New Year. Enjoy actors, dancers, colorful costumes, brilliant music, and visual effects.

In northwest Houston this weekend at The Height's Theatre it's "Vincent Neil Emerson with special guest Croy and the Boys"

Vincent Neil Emerson is a torchbearer of the Texas songwriter tradition. He channels the straightforward truth-telling and resonance of his songwriting heroes in Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, and Steve Earle into something fresh and distinctly his own. Where his 2019 debut Fried Chicken and Evil Women proved himself as one of the most reverent students of country and western musical traditions, his follow-up LP, the masterful Rodney Crowell-produced Vincent Neil Emerson, which is out June 25 via La Honda Records/Thirty Tigers, is a brave step forward that solidifies his place as one of music's most compelling and emotionally clarifying storytellers.  Read more @The Height's

If your over fifty you should remember this guy.

With a career spanning over 50 years, Tom Jones has gone from strength to strength, with his seminal and ubiquitous hits such as ‘It’s Not Unusual’, ‘Kiss’, ‘Delilah’, ‘What’s New Pussycat’, ‘I’ll Never Fall In Love Again’, ‘Sex Bomb’, and more.

Tom Jones "It's Not Unusual"
(April 21, 1968) The Ed Sullivan Show

Along with sustaining his popularity as a live performer and recording artist for more than five decades, he continues to garner critical acclaim, including with the release of his most recent number 1 album, last year’s ‘Surrounded By Time’. This weekend Jones in Sugarland at the Smart Financial Center with his "Ages & Stages Tour"

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Weekend Fridays 5/5/2023

Wells Fargo Presents
Cinco de Mayo @Miller
Pasatono Orquesta
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Isabella Lovestory

@The House of Blues
Bronze Peacock
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Weekend Saturdays 5/6/2023

Pancakes & Booze

@Warehouse Live
In The Ballroom
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Legends of The Chinese New Year
@Miller Outdoor Theatre
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Weekend Sundays 5/7/2023


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