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Here, you will find our top five events to visit in Houston and the Southeast.
Our top five best events to explore in Houston The top five most popular events in Houston to attend include: The Houston Astros baseball game, Sunday, Sept. 10th: A live audience of nearly 7,000 fans is expected to watch the Houston Astros beat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-4 to earn the team’s third consecutive win over the Texas Rangers.
It’s a game that could end in a championship, but the Astros can still win the game with a win on Sunday night.
A total of 20,000 people attended last year’s game, which drew the most fans in Astros history.
A $20,000 cash prize will be awarded to the winner.
A separate, non-refundable $1,000,000 Cash prize will also be awarded for the Astros to win the division or sweep the National League East.
The Astros and Astros All-Star Game are scheduled for Sunday, September 23rd.
Tickets are still available at HoustonAstros.com.
The second game is scheduled for Saturday, September 19th, at 4 p.m. at Minute Maid Park.
Fans are encouraged to arrive early as the game will be open to the public, and a $2,000 merchandise giveaway is also planned for the evening.
Houston Astros tickets are available at the ballpark or at Ticketmaster at the Minute Maid parking lot.
The Rangers, however, play Saturday night, Sept 18th, a game with an attendance of just over 5,000.
Tickets for that game are available on-sale at the Rangers ticket office, at the AT&T Park ticket office or by calling (713) 472-TIPS.
A limited number of tickets are also available for the third game at home against the Chicago Cubs on Sept. 25th, and fans can purchase tickets by calling 1-800-313-TIAM (8477).
The Astros-Cubs series, which begins Sunday, Oct. 1st, will be televised on FOX Sports Southwest.
The series, a rematch of the 2013 World Series between the Astros and the Houston Rockets, will feature a full slate of Astros games, including the first game on Sunday, Nov. 5th.
Tickets go on sale to the general public Saturday, Oct 21st, at 10 a.m., and tickets are on sale now at HoustonCubs.com or by phone at 1-877-HOUSTON-CUBES.
The Astros, who will travel to Texas to face the Houston Texans on Sunday afternoon, have not played the Texans since the 2015 World Series.
The first of two games is scheduled to be televised nationally on FOX at 1 p.d. on Sunday.
The third game, against the Cleveland Indians, will air live on FOX and the Astros’ official website, Astros.com, will have more information on Sunday’s game.
A free live stream of the Astros-Indians game will also air on FOX, and tickets will be available on sale on Monday, Oct 22nd.
The Indians-Astros series has been televised by FOX since 2005, but there are no plans for a return this year.
Fans will be able to watch both games online through MLB.com on Tuesday, Oct 23rd at 1:30 p.r.m..
Fans are reminded to arrive at Minute Meadows before the game, as the Astros will have their full-strength roster ready to face off.
A special “Ticket to the Game” promotion will be in effect for the first time since the Astros clinched the division title in the 2015 American League Division Series against the Houston Houston Astros.
Ticket purchasers will receive an exclusive opportunity to secure a ticket to the game.
The game will air on ESPN.
The Texans will be hosting the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday at 4:10 p.c.
Houston has yet to make an appearance in the postseason.
A three-game series with the Los Angels was cancelled last season due to rain and the team was left without a home venue for a second straight season.
The team will make its season debut Sunday, April 2nd against the Cincinnati Reds at Minute Mans