October 20th, 2011
The Look Ahead: Zestival, Musical and Happiness
The week is winding down, but you’re just getting started. We can see the look in your eyes. Don’t be bashful. You’re allowed to let out a little gasp of anticipation. The weekend is almost here and you need to be ready to greet it.
First off, a word from your local soon-to-be music superstars:
John Stoll, from Westbound. We’re an independent and hard-working band from Houston, and we’re setting up a very special event at Rudyard’s on Thursday, Oct. 20th. Westbound is playing with Possessed by Paul James. These two acts together will bring Houston a night of music that is very unique, and very special.
Both musical acts are independent; we’re workers, and we do what we do for the love of the music and the love of our fans.”
Zest in the West: The Zestival
Where: The Great Indoors – Front Lot [10496 Old Katy Rd., 77043]
When: Saturday and Sunday, October 21st and 22nd | Noon – 6:00PM
How much: $15 General Admission; Kids Free
Scoop’d from: @PhamilyBites
“West Houston comes alive at the intersection of Beltway 8 & I-10 just outside the Great Indoors at this two day West Houston celebration featuring Live Music, Vendor Village, Tasty treats and food offerings, Children’s activities including Kidz-Chen Kids Cooking Classes, Connoisseurs & Canvas Art & Wine Cove, Foam on the Range Craft Beer Zone, Chef Demos and Culinary Entertainment, And A Whole Lot of fun!
Fun for the whole family. A full out Zestival for West Houston. 2 full days of activities. Free parking.”
Deer Camp, The Musical at The Grand 1894 Opera House
“Prepare to laugh your antlers off as four lovable losers in hunting camouflage shoot plenty of bull, but not a single deer, on their annual guys’ weekend in the Minnesota woods. After 15 years of seeing their men come home with nothing but a hangover, the wives issue an ultimatum: “Bring home a deer or else!” What to do: shoot one? Buy one? Steal one? Don’t miss this “on target” musical comedy hit.”
We bring this up because this weekend’s shows are sold out already (and we have this handy video trailer now). You’re going to have to stop procratstinating if you want to see Catastrophic Theatre’s newest production. Just take Kerri’s word for it, you need to get your butt in a seat… pronto.