This weekend festival goers have a plethora of options to choose from in Houston.
For starters, the Texas Renaissance Festival will make its return Friday and offers the same medieval-themed fun that has been a Plantersville staple. The fest, the nation's largest according to their official site, will run until Nov.25.
Jazz music will take center stage in Pearland starting Thursday with Red Cat Jazz Café kicking off its third Annual Red Cat Jazz Festival at Pearland Town Center.
Fans of horror movies shouldn't miss Splatterfest, which showcases local short films as well as a chance to meet 1980s star Anthony Michael Hall. Check out the trailers and the fest's full schedule.
Food fanatics should flock to the Original Greek Fest , which starts Thursday night . Traditional Greek cuisine is a strong selling point as the event draws over 40,000 visitors to Montrose and the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral.
Want to learn more about Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan? Well, the first Silk Road Fest in Stafford, which starts Thursday, has you covered.
Now through Sunday, fans of Indian cinema should head out to the City Centre location of Studio Movie Grill for the Indian Film Festival of Houston .
Silversun Pickups, The Toadies, Three Days Grace, Lit and Houston's own the Last Place You Look will be hitting up The Woodlands on Saturday for Buzzfest.