A Giant Brazilian Food & Music Festival Is Coming To Houston This Spring
Sip on caipirinhas and watch live performances.
Houston is home to an array of different cultures from across the world. Pretty much any type of cuisine you can dream of, you can find here in town. It's no surprise that this spring, there's going to be a whole festival in Houston devoted to Brazilian food and music and it sounds delicious!
The Brazilian Women Foundation is putting on its 7th edition of The Brazilian Food & Music Festival. The festival is coming back to Katy at The Wildcatter Saloon on April 5 and it is the perfect opportunity to eat tons of delicious food.
With food prices starting at just $1, it's the best place to stuff your face with amazing dishes for cheap!
Admission to the fest is also a great deal at only $5 a person and each ticket grants you access to all the vendors and the musical performances.
The fest is going to go on all afternoon from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. so you can spend however long you want watching and dancing along to live performances by different artists.
While watching the performances, you can grab a caipirinha, which is Brazil's national cocktail made from cachaca, or a guarana juice.
The fest is also going to have vendors selling everything from homemade crafts to Brazilian lingerie so you can browse and maybe pick up something nice from a Brazilian business.
Houstonians love aand a , and the Brazilian Food & Music Festival is the best of both kinds of fests by combining great food and celebrating Brazil's rich culture.
The event is family-friendly and will also have different games and activities for young ones to do.
Brazilian Food & Music Festival
Address: 26913 Katy Fwy., Katy, TX
Why you need to go: To eat a wide variety of awesome Brazilian foods while watching incredible live performances.