Find the perfect things to do in H-Town this Valentine’s Day Weekend with our Houston Valentine’s Day Weekend Guide for Thursday, February 11 through Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14, 2021.
Enjoy the Valentine’s Day weekend with romantic dinners and events happening around the city; welcome the Year of the Ox during a weekend celebration of Chinese culture; commemorate Black History Month by learning about local heroes that have impacted both the city and fellow Houstonians; support a cause in Galveston while enjoying delicious meals at incredible prices and more.
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Things to Do All Valentine’s Day Weekend
- Valentine’s Day Dinners, To-Go Packages & Events Around Houston | Daily – Make your plans now for the most popular date night of the year by taking your love out for dinner, adding a box of chocolates to your low-key plans and more, with our list of favorite events happening the week of Valentine’s Day 2021. Times, prices, and locations vary.
- 10th Annual Galveston Restaurant Week | Daily – In the days leading up to Valentine’s Day (and all month long), you can try top dishes at low price points from more than 40 of Galveston’s hottest eateries during Galveston Restaurant Week, ongoing through Sunday, February 28, 2021. Restaurants will feature two-course breakfast, brunch, and lunch options priced between $10 to $20; two- and three-course dinners are priced from $20 to $35. Times and locations vary.
- 2021 Virtual Lunar New Year Festival | Thursday to Saturday | FREE | Virtual – Usher in the Year of the Ox with musical performances from local artists across the cultural spectrum, cultural dances, food demonstrations, crafts, calligraphy and more during Chinese Community Center’s three-day Virtual Lunar New Year Festival. Times vary.
- Main Street Theater presents The Book of Magdalene Online | Thursday & Saturday | Virtual – Combining faith with tough love and magic, this contemporary story revolves around Magdalene as she tries to find something that helps her feel alive again following a catastrophic event. The show is pay-what-you-can from $20 to $54. 7:30pm both evenings.
- Love Is at Discovery Green | Friday to Sunday – Make it an extra special Valentine’s Day weekend by tagging along with your special someone in Downtown to check out artist Yahaira Dehill’s The House (Heart) sculpture at Discovery Green, snag a commemorative photo by the artist, a personalized Valentine poem from a HSPVA writer, and a discount to The Grove’s special Valentine’s Dessert Bar. $15 donation. Times vary.
- Live on the Lawn at Market Street | Friday to Sunday | FREE – Sprawl out on the lawn with a blanket or chair while enjoying a family-friendly outdoor concert from area bands in the heart of The Woodlands at Market Street. Times vary.
- Musiqa presents Inside/Out Online | Saturday & Sunday | Virtual – Produced in collaboration with Open Dance Project and filmed by local artist James Templeton, this moving digital performance showcases two short dance films, “Moving Pieces” and “Still We Tend”, set to music by Andrew Norman and Hawa Kassé Mady Diabaté. Available for streaming from 10am through 10pm on both days.
- Tab Benoit in Concert at Dosey Doe’s Big Barn | Saturday & Sunday – Tap your toes to the Delta blues sounds of guitarist and singer-songwriter Tab Benoit when he takes the stage at Dosey Doe’s Big Barn for a live set in The Woodlands. $78. Times vary.
- The Riot Comedy Show: A Valentine’s Day Roast at Rudyard’s British Pub | Saturday & Sunday – Have a laugh at romance’s expense during four weekend shows of comedy for lovers and haters of Cupid’s favorite holiday, featuring Houston comedians Alan Adams and Jeff Joe at Rudyard’s in Montrose. $20 to $80; reserved Date Night tables for two start at $35 and include VIP options; reserved Double Date tables for four are $60. Showtimes vary.
- Houston Symphony presents Music Illustrated: Virtual Reality in Concert at Jones Hall | Saturday & Sunday | Virtual Option – Experience a virtual reality concert like no other when the Houston Symphony utilizes Google’s latest virtual reality technology to perform favorites, including Clair de Lune and Carnival of the Animals, to pair with artist Topher Sipes’ mesmerizing works. $34; $20 to watch a virtual performance on Saturday, February 13. Showtimes vary.
- Regeneration at Archway Gallery | Saturday & Sunday | FREE – Featuring new works in clay, paint, and glass by Carol Berger, Liz Conces Spencer, and Gene Hester, this joint exhibition explores nature’s regenerative force in the face of enormous risks. On display through Thursday, March 4, 2021. Times vary.
- Monster Jam at NRG Stadium | Saturday & Sunday – Get revved up for a high-energy showcase of massive trucks crushing, ramming, crashing and soaring through the air at NRG Stadium. $20 to $110, but you may find cheaper or better seats on the resale marketplace. Times vary.
- The Alley Theatre presents A Half Sheet of Paper Online | Daily | FREE | Virtual – Based on a short story by August Stridberg and directed by the Alley’s Rob Melrose, this play is the story of the flood of memories that emerge when a man, readying to move out of his apartment, finds a sheet of notes next to the telephone. Free with registration. On view through Sunday, Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2021.
- The Ensemble Theatre presents I, Too, Am America | Daily | Virtual – In the spirit of poet Langston Hughes, this jazz-infused program celebrates the contributions by Black people to the American culture through music, drama and choreography. $25. Available through Sunday, February 28, 2021.
- Seismique Interactive Art Museum | Daily – Wander into a tech-fueled, interactive, intergalactic-inspired art exhibition with 40 exhibits from national and local artists. Starts at $35; $28 for ages 12 and under. Times vary.
Thursday, February 11, 2021
- Kingwood Farmers Market at Town Center Park | No Cover – Shop for fresh homegrown fruits, vegetables, jams, baked goods and more at the Farmers Market in Kingwood Town Center Park. 3pm to 7pm.
- Thursday Tlayuda & Mezcal at Xochi – Step into Chef Hugo Ortega’s Oaxacan hotspot, Xochi, to enjoy a traditional Oaxacan dish of Tlayuda, which consists of a large, thin, crunchy, partially fried or toasted tortilla covered with a spread of refried beans and more, paired with Mezcal. 4pm to 9pm.
- Ladies Night: Cheeseboard & Wine Bottle Pairing at Pour Behavior | No Cover – Pair a delicious cheeseboard with a bottle of wine when Pour Behavior in Midtown hosts an evening of tasty eats and live tunes from DJ Johnny Mac. $20. 4pm to 11:55pm.
- CAMH presents In Conversation with Jessi Reaves & Rebecca Matalon Online | FREE | Virtual – Learn more about CAMH’s current exhibition, Wild Life, during a virtual talk featuring artist Jessi Reaves and CAMH Curator Rebecca Matalon about the artist’s sculptures, her creative process, and how she has been influenced by artists. 4:30pm to 5:30pm.
- Brews & Brushes Date Night at B-52 Brewing in Conroe | No Cover – Show off your painting skills with your special someone and sip delicious local brew while completing your very own hand-painted work of art. $60 per couple. 6pm.
- Hermann Park presents Garden and Nature Series: The Magnificent Monarch on Facebook Live and Zoom | FREE | Virtual – Learn about Texas’ state insect, the monarch butterfly, including its migration patterns, threats, biology and more when Hermann Park hosts an online presentation on Facebook and Zoom. 6pm to 7pm.
- Holocaust Museum Houston presents 13th Film Screening on Zoom | FREE | Virtual – Explore the legacy of unequal criminal justice and racial inequality through a screening of the highly acclaimed 2016 documentary film, 13th, from award-winning director Ava DuVernay. 6pm to 8pm.
- Houston Rockets vs. Miami Heat at Toyota Center – Watch as the Rockets host Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat in what’s sure to be a hard-fought battle in the heart of Downtown at Toyota Center. $55 to over $300, but you may find better or cheaper seats on the TicketNetwork marketplace. This game is also broadcast on TNT. 6:30pm to 9pm.
- McGonigel’s Mucky Duck presents Amanda Pascali & the Family in Concert on Facebook & YouTube Live | Virtual Option – Get your folk music fix when the acclaimed singer-songwriter and 2019 Kerrville New Folk finalist, Amanda Pascali and the Family, takes the stage at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck in Upper Kirby. $120 for a table of four; $180 for a table of six. 7pm.
- Midtown Houston presents Virtual Samba Dance Class | FREE | Virtual – Take part in a virtual dance class when Midtown Houston hosts an online Samba instruction from Brazilian Arts Foundation where guests will learn about the evolution of this beloved dance from ballroom dance to the Brazilian samba musical rhythms. 7pm to 9pm.
- HTX Eats Pop Up Series at Bovine & Barley – Enjoy a chef-led pop-up dinner from Hot and Buttered at Bovine & Barley in Downtown, where a culinary guest is invited to cook in B&B’s kitchen and serve their most beloved dishes. Menu prices vary. 7pm to 10pm.
- Liquor & Laughs at The Brass Tap | No Cover – Get your laughs out in the heart of Midtown when Brass Tap After Dark presents a comedy show featuring area-favorite comedians, drink and wing specials and more. 8pm.
Friday, February 12, 2021
- Mayor’s History Makers Awards presented by Comcast: Dr. Beverly Nolan | FREE | Virtual – Commemorate Black History Month during the virtual Mayor’s History Maker Awards which highlights community volunteers, including Dr. Beverly Nolan of the Holocaust Museum Houston, who has dedicated her life to public education and currently serves as the Chair of the Museum’s Education Committee. 9am.
- Job Fair at Houston Zoo | FREE – Apply for your chance to join the Houston Zoo’s team at a job fair where looking to fulfill placement in fields including, line cooks, prep cooks, foodservice associates, cashiers and more. Booking an appointment in advance is required. 10am to 4pm.
- Midtown Houston presents Virtual Beats & Eats | FREE | Virtual – Spend your evening enjoying a virtual performance from Mango Punch and DJ Jorge while supporting local restaurants during Midtown Houston’s Beats & Eats party. This month’s featured Eats is Oporto. 6:30pm to 8pm.
- Drive-In Movie Screening of Almost Famous at Raven Tower – Catch one of two live screenings of the Academy Award-winning 2000 film chronicling the coming-of-age tale of a 15-year-old music fan who lands an assignment from Rolling Stone Magazine. $30 per movie, per vehicle. 6:50pm and 9:30pm.
- Aladdin Movie Screening at Memorial City | FREE – Catch an outdoor screening of Disney’s live-action 2019 remake of its animated classic Aladdin, starring Will Smith as the beloved Genie, at the Square at Memorial City. 7pm to 9pm.
- Filth: A Stand Up Show at Rudyard’s British Pub – Fall out of your chair laughing during an evening of uncensored comedy from local stand-up comedians where nobody is safe and even the crowd risks getting roasted by the two hosts. This show is not recommended if you are easily offended. $8 in advance; $10 at the door; $40 for a reserved table. 8pm and 10pm.
- Crazy Rich Asians Movie Screening at Moonstruck Drive-In Cinema in East End – Drive up and tune in to experience the hilarious 2018 romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians, about a girl who joins her longtime boyfriend at his best friend’s wedding in Singapore, only to find out that his family is extremely wealthy. $30 per vehicle. 8:30pm.
- Fox Royale in Concert at The Rustic Downtown | No Cover – Get your indie-rock fix while tapping your foot to the beat of Missouri-based rockers Fox Royale when they bring their energetic sound to the stage at The Rustic in Downtown. 9:30pm to 11pm.
- Testify: A tribute to Rage Against the Machine at Scout Bar – Rock out in Clear Lake to a lively tribute set from Testify, a who will be playing all the hits from political rock band Rage Against the Machine. Freaks on a Leash, a tribute to Korn, opens the show. $10. 10pm.
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