What: Willow Fork Drainage District’s Central Green is celebrating seven years of free, family-friendly fun with a British-themed celebration! Festivities will include “The Fab 5” Beatles Tribute Band, stilt walkers, British dancers, games, Bruce Manners Magic and Comedy, face painting, fun giveaways, and much more.
When: Sunday, July 21 – 6-9 p.m.
Where: Willow Fork Drainage District Central Green, 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd Katy, TX 77494 (located inside LaCenterra Shopping Center)
Grab a blanket and your friends and family and shimmy on down to Central Green for a musical evening of entertainment featuring “The Fab 5”, five-time winners of the Houston Press Music Awards for cover/tribute bands. The Beatles Tribute Band is sure to bring back memories, performing the greatest hits of THE BEATLES and Pop Beat music of The 60’s and 70’s.
“The Fab Five is one of Houston’s Hottest Tribute Bands. Their show plus Juggling and Comedy from Bruce Manners, a celebrity guest, stilt characters and more are going to give us the best Birthday Bash ever!” said Yvonne Arceneaux, Parks General Manager for Central Green.
The event will also include an appearance from Evan George Vourazeris from the hit Netflix show; “Ozark”, British Dancers, Activity Booths, Baby Shark, Face Painters, Stilt People, Games!
Central Green offers a variety of year-round activities and events for all to enjoy. From watching your favorite movie on an outdoor screen to listening to memorable bands or viewing local artists’ work, there is something for everyone. Check out the line-up of upcoming events at Central Green on Facebook or visit centralgreenpark.com. For a detailed map of Central Green and its location in LaCenterra, visit lacenterra.com. To learn more about Central Green, email [email protected].
Established in 1985, Willow Fork Drainage District (WFDD) constructs, maintains and operates drainage and recreational facilities to preserve and enhance the communities within its boundaries. Located approximately 25 miles west of the central business district of Houston and 2.5 miles south of the intersection of I-10 and Mason Road, its operations span 5,700 acres, including 15 miles of drainage channels, three community parks, and nearly 50 miles of trails. For more information on WFDD, visit willowforkdrainagedistrict.com.