The Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo™ draws in more than two million fans every year. From amazing concerts to exciting rodeo action — complete with delicious food, drinks, and energetic fans — the Houston Rodeo is fun for the whole family. Over the last few years, the Houston Rodeo has attracted major artists and acts
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As the unofficial last day of summer, Labor Day marks the end of lazy afternoons at the beach, delicious family barbecues, and warm nights out on the patio. But it’s not over yet! We have one final three-day weekend to bid farewell to summer in style. When it comes to celebrations, Houston is the place
Cities big and small have had murals on the side of buildings for years and years. Local artists paint advertisements, personal masterpieces and encouraging words for all to see. But Instagram and other social media outlets have made vibrant street art all the rage, with folks hunting them down to take cooler, more colorful photos.
We all know summer in Houston can be sticky and hot, but that shouldn’t stop you from being spontaneous, finding new adventures and checking out new places. For those of you with kids or grandkids, there is still a couple weeks before school starts and plenty of time for fun. If you created a summer
No prom night is complete without prom pictures! Some of the best prom pictures make use of outdoor venues and attractions and Houston is home to several great outdoor spots for taking photos. Here are four of the best places to take pictures for prom in Houston. 1. Kemah Boardwalk Kemah Boardwalk is one of
2019: February 22 Fat Tuesday – March 5 One of the biggest events of the year is approaching Galveston this weekend. Mardi Gras dates back thousands of years and is a widely celebrated festival across the globe. Get prepared for the famous public festival where over 300,000 tourists and revelers gather each year. With Colony
Driving around to see Christmas lights is a favorite holiday ritual for people of all ages. But why not make sure everyone enjoys the ride? Improve your tradition by renting a limo or party van for the night, and pile in all your friends and family to see the lights. Your holiday jaunt could include
What’s old is new again, and it wouldn’t feel like the holidays without The Nutcracker. The Houston Ballet has debuted a fresh production of The Nutcracker that is a “must see” for the holiday season. The celebrated Christmas tradition takes a new spin with an elaborate production by artistic director Stanton Welch. The Houston Chronicle
In a city full of Christmas lights, the drivers at Colony Limo know the best spots in and around Houston for viewing the best and most beautiful seasonal displays. Let us help you plan your holiday light-seeing excursion. Here is part one of our recommendations for the best neighborhood Christmas lights. Read the second part
When the weather in Houston is especially warm during this time of year, wouldn’t it be nice if the atmosphere of Christmas was only a drive away? Rather than jetting off to a snowy location, you can drive to the beach next weekend (Nov. 30 – Dec. 2, 2018) to get in the holiday mood.
Houston is a busy city that is filled with bustling clubs, museums and restaurants. This makes it easy to find activities that will keep you entertained while you are spending a night on the town. Since there are so many attractions to choose from, you may find it difficult to narrow down your choices. These
Sept. 28 is National Drink Beer Day, and there are several great spots for craft beer in the Houston area. Whether you’re a beer connoisseur or just looking for a fun spot to sit outside and enjoy a cold brew, here are some of our favorite breweries: Saint Arnold Brewing Company 2000 Lyons Ave Houston,
Better Breakfast Month Limo rides aren’t just for nights out on the town. Make plans to upgrade your brunch game with a limo ride to one of the best places in Houston to enjoy eggs, bacon, mimosas and Blood Mary cocktails. Brunch has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. Whether you
A big part of planning a trip to the Houston, Texas area is finding the right hotel. There are literally thousands of hotel rooms in the city, though, so it can be hard to find the perfect hotel room for your Houston vacation. If it’s luxury you’re after, you’ll want to take a look at
Summer is the perfect time for a memorable family reunion and there’s no better location than Houston! The city of Houston features great attractions, venues, and hotels that are ideal for large family gatherings and reunions! With so many choices, though, it can be difficult to do the initial planning, especially if you’re expecting a
For those who don’t know about the largest pop culture festival in Texas, mark the calendar for Comicpalooza from May 12-14th! The annual Comicpalooza festival includes the largest culture convention for Multi-genre Comic books Science fiction Anime Gaming Pop culture Whether you are a diehard nerd or enjoy the popular superhero movies, Comicpalooza is
Colony Limo has provided you with luxury rides around the night lights in cities all around. With endless options of vehicles, Colony Limo ensures the perfect fit for you. In just two weeks, try out a different type of ride, a boat ride! The Houston Dragon Boat festival will be hosting its 17th annual celebration.
Houston has announced its brand new festival this year! Based on the ancient middle ages, Houston’s festival, “Middlelands” will be hosted from May 5th-7th. The festival will be taking place at Todd Mission, also known for the Texas Renaissance Fair Grounds. Be prepared for an enchanting and captivating experience as you enter a “distant realm”.
What to expect for the 2017 Houston Worldfest festival! The Houston annual Worldfest festival is less than a month away! This year the International film festival will be hosting its 50th annual festival! Known as one of the best and oldest festivals around, Worldfest he been a tradition to many of all cultures. The festival
Houston’s 30th celebration of its annual art car parade is this weekend! Come join Houston downtown to see the jaw dropping, astonishing art filled cars in this year’s parade. On Saturday, April 8th the show will start at 2pm lasting about two hours, but you’ll definitely want to get there earlier to get some good