CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — It is finally Friday, and we have a weekend full of events coming up in the Coastal Bend. Click on the event name for more information.
Now - May 15th
The Stripes Carnival and Treasure Island (indoor vendors and petting zoo) opens at 5 p.m. weekdays and noon Saturdays and Sundays. The Buc Days Rodeo continues tonight at 7 p.m. and catch the Buc Days Concert Series with performances by Clay Walker and Randy Rogers Band.
For more information click here.
Friday - Saturday
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There will be live music, auctions, vendors and great BBQ, Join the fundraiser for The Boys and Girls Club Of Aransas County.
There will be two days of live music, Texas BBQ, kids activities, rides and games, and much more! Saturday's music lineup features Guns 4 Roses, Walk This Way, Outlaw Country Revival, and the Motown Experience.
Tickets for the two pass is 55$ dollars. Kids 13 and younger have free admission.
Friday, May 13th
Tattoos will be done by Juan Macareno Jr. with Fine Line. There will be beverages with the CC Harley Girls, free snacks, and spiritual readings by Wandering Star.
Tattoos will be first come first serve. It's happening from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Doors open 8:00 p.m. Tickets start at 25 dollars the day of the show. For more information just click here.
Saturday, May 14th
The Corpus Christi Area Youth Orchestra, originally founded in the 1950s with CCISD, has been an educational branch of the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra since 1996.
It's happening at 3:00 pm at First United Methodist Church. This event is free to the public.
Enjoy some good food, live music, family fun and shopping with 100 vendors of all sorts!
There will be activities for all ages including a maypole ritual, crafts, two sound baths, releasing ritual, fire pit, drum circle, live music, silent auction, raffle, games, vendors, Henna, food, and more.
Vendors will be selling all sorts of goodies. Come shop, eat, and relax on the bay.
There will be local vendors, food , entertainment, and is pet friendly.
Tickets can be purchased here.
There will be licensed counselors and therapists will be walking and answering your questions related to Mental Health.
Shop your favorite music memorabilia, vinyls, shirts, CDs and more at the Rock and Roll Flea Market! It's happening from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday, May 15th
Come spend the day with readers, healers, access bars, reiki, akashic records, cleansings, clearings, emotional diffusions, crystals, jewelry, CBD products, visionary art, tarot decks, food, cash bar and more.
The House of Rock Corpus Christi, hosted by Isis Paris York, is kicking off their Drag Brunch. There will be giveaways, drink specials, non-alcoholic drinks are available also, fun and entertainment.
All ages are welcome, those 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Doors open up 11 a.m. Showtime is at 12 p.m.
Tickets start at $25 dollars each includes brunch buffet.
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