Details have been announced for the first-ever Houston Open Air, to be held Saturday, Sept. 24, and Sunday, Sept. 25, at NRG Park in Houston, TX. This big Texas rock experience will feature performances from over 35 bands, including Avenged Sevenfold, Alice In Chains, Deftones, Chevelle, Slayer and many more.
One lucky unsigned band will have the chance to perform at Houston Open Air through the ReverbNation online battle of the bands. Houston Open Air and the curation team at ReverbNation will work closely together to select one ReverbNation Artist to perform at this year’s festival. The chosen artist will perform at the rock experience alongside Avenged Sevenfold, Alice In Chains, Slayer, Deftones and more. For details, click HERE. Deadline to submit is Thursday, Sept. 1.
In addition to three stages of top rock bands, Bud Light joins Houston Open Air as the official beer of the festival. Houston Open Air features the celebrated Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Whiskey Row, and a Texas-sized Gourmet Man Food experience, which will highlight Houston’s emergence as a great American food city, and include the Tacolandia Mexican food village with some of Houston’s top Tex-Mex spots.
Weekend, single-day and VIP tickets for Houston Open Air are on sale now at HoustonOpenAir.com.
Houston Open Air will feature food from several Houston favorites—including artistically created, statement-making food, served in large portions from Gourmet Man Food—with additional vendors from around the country. Along with its general admission and VIP Gourmet Man Food selections, Houston Open Air will also feature a local Tex-Mex showcase at Tacolandia presented by the Houston Press and Tabasco. Visit houstonopenair.com/gourmet-man-food and houstonopenair.com/tacolandia for the list of food vendors and menu items.
Bud Light formed the Bud Light Party, aiming to be a party for everyone—the fake political party America that will supply ice-cold beer all weekend long.
Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Whiskey Row will feature the following brands: Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7, Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel, Tennessee Fire, Tennessee Honey, Woodford Reserve, and Old Forester. The Jack Daniel’s Experience “Taste of Tennessee” invites visitors to come out and tour the nation’s oldest registered distillery from outside the Jack Daniel’s Hollow. Visitors get to see (and smell) whiskey dripping slowly through charcoal and the new oak barrels used in maturing Tennessee’s finest whiskey. The Jack Daniel’s Experience is open to all fans, 21 years old and up, for tours free of charge.
Monster Energy will be keeping all fans fueled up and ready to rock by offering free sampling on their Monster Energy viewing deck. In addition, they will also feature a schedule of Monster Energy’s interactive artist experiences.
The F C Cancer Foundation’s mission is to fight cancer by raising awareness and to educate about early cancer detection, ultimately putting an end to late stage cancer diagnosis. The Dyin 2 Live wish granting program looks to enrich the lives of those fighting cancer by offering them an experience that will bring joy, hope, inspiration and courage into their lives.
Sharethebus are offering shuttles and buses from Pearland, Sugarland and the University of Texas starting at $10.00 for a round trip pass. Attendees can purchase bus passes here.
A portion of the proceeds from all Houston Open Air tickets sold will benefit the Greater Houston Storm Relief Fund. The Greater Houston Storm Relief Fund was established by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner to accept flood relief donations that will stay in the Houston community and aid the victims of the recent storms. To donate or learn more, visit houstonrecovers.org.
For full details about all tickets, hotel and VIP packages, visit HoustonOpenAir.com.