With fall right around the corner, our team is bustling around town with some of the city’s most exciting events!
The 6th Annual UP Experience is taking place Thursday, October 24th, and we can’t wait to soak up all the knowledge again this year from 12 of the world’s most impressive thought leaders and innovators! You may have heard us bragging on them last year, but this year we are working to secure Q&A moderators for speakers, as well as assisting with marketing all of the sponsors. If you’re interested in purchasing tickets, visit The UP Experience website to register.
Houston Margarita Festival will be taking Discovery Green by storm from noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday, October 26th, and we could not be more excited to help out, once again, with this event! Margarita lovers (including the Integrate team) will have a wide variety of ‘ritas to taste and celebrate. Complimented by music, salsa and food, the Margarita Festival is one Houston’s most anticipated and tasty fall outdoor events. Get your tickets now, and we’ll see you there!
Coming this October, Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, in partnership with 15 local non-profit organizations, is taking over the recently-renovated Sam Houston Park to offer Houstonians the chance to interact with more than 300 artists from across the nation. Festival patrons enjoy fine art, musical performances on the Bayou City unlimited Stage, delicious food from around the globe, creative zones for both children and adults, and much more. Get your tickets now for this can’t-miss event!
Fall brings a much-anticipated grand opening, as well. Three Brothers Bakery is growing, and it has announced the opening of a new location, set to debut later this year! Coming to the Rice Military/Washington area, the team at Three Brothers also has some new treats and features up its sleeves, like fudge, a live cake decorator and later hours, to name a few. The new location will also be home to the bakery’s first patio and dog-friendly area, complete with dog treats for your furry friends. Check out the CultureMap coverage that the Integrate team was able to secure.