Join Houston Parks Board on April 4 for the first-ever Sights & Sounds Festival, a celebration of Bayou Greenways 2020. This free, family-friendly festival will shine a light on the beauty of the greenways and feature local talent. Festivalgoers can walk or cycle a two-mile stretch while enjoying a variety of performances and experiences along White Oak Bayou from Stude Park to the University of Houston Downtown through Near Northside.
Among the many different performance acts, attendees can expect to see musicians, magicians, jugglers, acrobats, poets and more. Headlining the event are local musical artists Bun B, Los Skarnales, The Mighty Orq, and Genesis Blu.
All attendees over the age of 21 who register in advance of the Sights & Sounds Festival will receive one complimentary beer provided by Saint Arnold Brewing Company. Those who register before Monday, March 30 will be entered to win a party for 50 people hosted by Saint Arnold Brewing Company in their one-of-a-kind Beer Hall.
The Sights & Sounds Festival is presented by Houston Parks Board in partnership with the Houston Parks and Recreation Department and in conjunction with the Mayor’s Office of Special Events, University of Houston-Downtown, Inprint Poetry Buskers, Saint Arnold Brewing Company, BakerRipley, Houston BCycle, Urban Harvest, and featuring Shop Local Market, with support from Houston Arts Alliance. Media sponsors include Telemundo Houston, La Subasta Newspaper, and Entercom Radio.