Fort Houston: 5th Birthday Bonanza

There is a whirlwind of things happening for our past feature Fort Houston’s Fifth Birthday Bonanza. Whether you come for music, food, or art, they’ve got you covered.

Hear music from JEFF The Brotherhood and past features Music Band and Big Surr. Eat from food trucks like A Little Italian, 313 Coney, Taco Maria, or our past feature Bao Down. Finally, they’ll have goods from Born in the N.A.S.H., Original Fuzz, Kami Baergen, and many more. If this didn’t already overwhelm you, they’ll have a live mural painting by Matthew Sharer (who contributed illustrations to our 2016 Color Issue and was interviewed for our piece on local skating). How perfect does this night sound? We didn’t even mention that it’s free and open to all ages from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

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