July 29th-31st, 2022
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This weekend and most of next week it's The University's Shakespeare Festival. The Houston Shakespeare Festival started in 1975 when Dr. Sidney Berger, then director of the School of Theatre at the University of Houston, met with UH administrators and the Miller Theatre Advisory Board to enlist support for a two-production season of Shakespeare’s works to be played in repertory on Miller Theatre’s bill.
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This weekend (Friday) at LiveNation's House of Blues downtown its Camilo Séptimo. Camilo Séptimo is a mexican artist started back in 2013. His first official album was Óleos in 2017 with singles that followed.
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Inevitable - Camilo Séptimo
Below check out our Weekend Music, presented by Macy's from the Billboard charts. Lizzo continues to move up their charts and we've added country music artist, Morgan Wallen's, "Wasted On You"
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