Art, live music, and culinary finds fill the Pearland Art & Crafts on the Pavilion this weekend at the Pearland Town Center from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The open-air retail space is the perfect backdrop for this setting filled with 40+ artisans and artists.
Here’s a quick list of the Frequently Asked Questions about this year’s Pearland Art & Crafts on the Pavilion.
Is there an admission fee?
No, the event is Free and open to the public.
Where is the Pearland Town Center Event Pavilion?
The Pearland Town Center is located at 11200 Broadway St. near the intersection of Highway 288 and Broadway/FM 518 on the west side of Highway 288.
The Event Pavilion is set at the heart of the retail center in an island just past the intersection of Town Center Boulevard and Market Street.
What’s the best way to get to the Pearland Town Center?
Coming from Houston, travel south on Highway 288 and exit FM 518. Turn right at the light on FM 518/Broadway. Continue on Broadway to the second light – Town Center Drive and turn left. Continue straight on Town Center Drive to the first stop sign, turn left or right to begin looking for parking near Macy’s or Dillards.
Additional access points are also available off Broadway Street/FM 518, which include Kirby Drive and Business Center Drive.
Where is parking?
Parking is available in any of the open, retail parking spaces at the Pearland Town Center.
What are the hours?
Enjoy the event from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Are pets allowed to attend the event?
The event is outdoors at the Pearland Town Center; four-legged friends are welcome on a leash.
Are public restrooms available?
Yes, public restrooms are within walking distance of the Pavilion near H&M.
Is there an ATM in the area?
Yes, guests can use the ATM located in the Pavilion area located directly behind Cinnabon.
Will there be music at the event?
Darren Scully of Courageous Band performs on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m
Modulation Band performs on Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m.
What types of artists are featured?
A collection of 40+ artists from Pearland and the Houston surrounding area feature items in several categories, all items are handcrafted.
What food options are there?
On Saturday, the Dawson High School culinary team presents“Food as Art” individual Spanish tapas as a fundraiser for culinary art scholarships.
The “Food Truck Court” rolls in on Sunday from 11 to 5 with offerings from DLish Curbside Bistro, Nom Mi Street, andChilly Willy’s Frozen Shaved Ice.
Great weather, an amazing event and unique art are just a few reasons to visit Pearland this weekend!