Looking for something to do in the Sugar Land and Missouri City areas? Check out this month’s guide!

Aug. 17: Hydrate and celebrate

This gathering brings together cycling enthusiasts and beer aficionados for a memorable evening of fun and camaraderie. Attendees can explore the scenic trails and pathways of Brazos River Park. The event offers something for everyone with options for both experienced cyclists and casual riders.
  • 5:30-8:30 p.m.
  • Free
  • Brazos River Park, 18427 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land
  • 281-275-2825. www.sugarlandtx.gov
Aug. 18: Get your Zumba on in the plaza

This Zumba gathering is held at Sugar Land Town Square, located at 2711 Plaza Drive. Fitness lovers can join in the fun and embrace the rhythm as certified instructors lead energetic dance routines that blend various Latin and international music genres. People of all fitness levels are welcome to partake.Aug. 19: Practice yoga on the lawn

First Colony Mal’s weekly event, Yoga on The Lawn, will offer a serene experience for residents and visitors alike. Taking place every Saturday through Dec. 30 and located at First Colony Mall, this event provides the perfect opportunity to unwind and connect with the mind, body and spirit. Led by experienced instructors, the yoga sessions cater to all levels, ensuring a welcoming and inclusive environment for beginners and experienced practitioners at no cost.Aug. 19: Catch the Counting Crows and 2000s-era favorites

Sugar Land music enthusiasts are in for a treat as the renowned rock band Counting Crows and emo rock outfit Dashboard Confessional are set to perform. The concert promises an evening of nostalgic hits from the 2000s era, transporting fans back to a time when these two bands made their start.Sept. 9: Stargaze at Brazos Bend Park

Brazos Bend State Park invites astronomy enthusiasts and nature lovers to embark on a journey through the cosmos with the weekly event Saturday Stargazing. This recurring event takes place every Saturday, offering a captivating experience for stargazers. Participants will have the opportunity to gaze at the wonders of the night sky, guided by knowledgeable astronomers who will share their expertise and insights.Sept. 15: Catch Spiderman in person

Sugar Land residents and Marvel fans alike can get their spidey senses tingling as the "Spider-Man: Into the Universe Live Concert" swings into the Smart Financial Center. This event combines the beloved characters from the Spider-Man franchise with a live orchestral performance. Audiences can expect to be immersed in the world of the web-slinging superhero as they relive iconic moments from the films.Sept. 16: Celebrate Oktoberfest in Texas

The upcoming Oktoberfest event at the Quail Valley City Centre will celebrate a delightful atmosphere reminiscent of Bavaria. Attendees are encouraged to don their lederhosen and dirndls and immerse themselves in a truly authentic German experience. The festivities will feature a wide selection of traditional German beer and cuisine, allowing visitors to savor the flavors of the renowned Oktoberfest fare.