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Apr 25
Weekend fun with METRO: April 26-28

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Ditch Netflix this weekend and get out of the house for some fun, eye-popping events. We've got a spectacular circus-like performance set to classical music, a pop rock group, and a spooky musical for the young ones.

Wherever you go this weekend, take METRO to avoid the stress of driving through traffic and finding a parking space. Download our METRO Trip App to find your exact bus and arrival times. You can also buy a ticket using your smartphone by downloading our METRO Q mobile ticketing app. You'll find it's convenient and easy to ride METRO.

Event: Cirque de la Symphonie. Be amazed as you watch the gravity-defying acrobats, aerialists, contortionists and jugglers perform live with the Houston Symphony.

When: Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 2:30 p.m.

Where: Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St.

Getting there*:

METRORail: Red Line – exit Theater District Station

Bus: 160 Memorial City Express, 161 Wilcrest Express, 85 Antoine/Washington; 44 Acres Homes, 30 Clinton/Ella, 82 Westheimer; 102 Bush IAH Express, 32 Renwick/San Felipe

Event: Vertical Horizon. The band's breakout album, "Everything You Want," sold more than two million copies in 1999 and the title track captured the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Hot 100 and Adult Top 40 charts. Now you can hear this pop rock group in person as lead singer Matt Scannell and band members  play familiar radio hits. Grab a bite before the show and get 15 percent off when you mention the House of Blues offer on its website.

When: Friday, 8 p.m. (Doors open at 7 p.m.)

Where: House of Blues, 1204 Caroline St.

Getting there*:

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Event: "Goosebumps the Musical: Phantom of the Auditorium." Brooke and Zeke can't wait to co-star in their school's musical – until they hear a rumor that the musical, "The Phantom," is cursed. Mysterious events start happening, and no one knows if it's merely a coincidence…or the doings of the Phantom. Based on the writings of R.L. Stine, this musical is recommended for first graders and up. Children under the age of three, including sleeping babies, are not allowed in the theater.

When: Saturday, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Where: Main Street Theater at MATCH, 3400 Main St.

Getting there*:

METRORail: Red Line – exit HCC/Ensemble Station

Bus: 9 Gulfton/Holman, 82 Westheimer

*Suggested routes by Customer Service; individual needs may vary.

 


 

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