37th Annual Houston Italian Festival

Arts and Entertainment

October 7, 2015

From: Houston Italian Festival

Join us for the 37th year of Bringing Culture to Life!

Schedule of Events:

October 8, 2015

Main Stage:

5:00 PM: Italian Music By DJ Italia
10:00 PM: Festival Closes

Taste of Italy Pavilion:

5:15-6:00 PM: La Piccola Cucina Festival Edition: An Educational children cooking class led by our Chef Tiziana Triolo. The little Chefs will enjoy making Tartufini al cocco e ricotta (Coconut and ricotta Truffles). Limited Seating Free Event.

6:45-7:15 PM: "Introduction to Italian Wine": a Premium Italian Wine Tasting This is a formal "Sit-Down Tasting", featuring five of Italy's most important wines, including the world famous "Super Tuscan" as well as the incomparable Nebbiolo (the Grape of both Barolo and Barbaresco). Each offering in this tasting was sourced from relatively low-yielding vineyards utilizing Artisanal techniques. Join us as we compare and contrast these terrific wines. Seating will be limited. Tickets are only $15. BUY AND PRINT TICKETS NOW!! to reserve your seat.

7:45-9:45 PM: Poker All' Italiana": Play cards like the Italians! Learn to play Italian Poker; a fun and fast paced game, easy to learn (a derivative of 5 Card Draw, Jacks or better to open) and then stoke your competitive juices by vying for our "Poker All' Italiana" Tournament Championship. Who will be crowned Il Campione? Winner will receive a gift certificate to the Golden Nugget in Lake Charles for a overnight stay and golf for two. Participants must be 21 years of age or older. BUY AND PRINT TICKETS NOW!! to reserve your seat. Discounted tickets are only $12 on-line and $15 on-site. Limited Seating.

Cultural Education Stage:

6:30 PM: Adult Italian Language Class: An Introduction to Speaking Italian

Cultural Movie Theatre:

6:00 PM: The Italian Americans

The Italian Americans reveals the unique and distinctive qualities of Italian Americans and how these qualities over time have shaped and challenged America. Through extensive archival materials, plus interviews with scholars and notable Italian Americans we are told the story of those who played vital roles in helping to shape a unique Italian American identity and to transform American life and culture. The PBS Series is written and produced by John Maggio and narrated by Stanley Tucci. In English with English Subtitles

9:30 PM: Theatre Closes

ICCC Booth:

6:00 PM: Let's decorate a frame with the colors of the Italian flag

7:30 PM: Let's color and decorate some Venetian masks

9:00 PM: Let's make some Italian mosaics

October 9, 2015

Main Stage:

11:00 AM: Italian Music By DJ Italia
6:30 PM: Michael Barimo Italian Vocalist/Pop Singer & World Champion Whistler
8:00 PM: Disco Expressions "Houston's Hottest 70's Disco Band"
10:00 PM: Festival Closes

Taste of Italy Pavilion:

12:30-1:15 PM: La Piccola Cucina Festival Edition: An Educational children cooking class led by our Chef Tiziana Triolo. The little Chefs will enjoy making Mini Rosticceria Siciliana. Limited Seating Free Event.

2:00-4:00 PM: Bingo! With an Italian Taste namely; "Tombola"! Learn to play this traditional Italian game (similar to American Bingo) and win prizes (5 winners in each session). Fun for the entire family as you race to fill your cards while immersing yourself in a bit of Italian culture and language! Ambo! Terno! Quaderno! Quinto! Tombola! Limited seating. Cards are $3 each. Learn More about the game.

5:00-5:45 PM: "Introduction to Italian Wine": a Premium Italian Wine Tasting This is a formal "Sit-Down Tasting", featuring five of Italy's most important wines, including the world famous "Super Tuscan" as well as the incomparable Nebbiolo (the Grape of both Barolo and Barbaresco). Each offering in this tasting was sourced from relatively low-yielding vineyards utilizing Artisanal techniques. Join us as we compare and contrast these terrific wines. Seating will be limited. Tickets are only $15. BUY AND PRINT TICKETS NOW!! to reserve your seat.

6:30-7:15 PM: La Piccola Cucina Festival Edition: An Educational children cooking class led by our Chef Tiziana Triolo. The little Chefs will enjoy making Cassata al cucchiaio Mini Cassata. Limited Seating Free Event.

8:00-9:45 PM: Tasting Tour of Italian Wine presented by Beviamo International. Seize this rare opportunity to sample 12 different premium wines from some of Italy's major regions, and receive live information from wine professionals, (as if you had your own personal "Sommelier") and all of this in one venue! You will find many familiar types of Italian Wine (and these will be from non-commercial "Boutique" producers) as well as perhaps, discovering some wines that you have never had the opportunity to sample. Wine lovers of Vino Italiano and those who are ready to "Fall in Love", do not miss this opportunity to "Jump Start" your Italian palate as you drink wines like the Italians. Admission $10.

Cultural Education Stage:

3:30 PM: Children's Movie: Dragon Trainer 2 In Italian with subtitles in English.

6:30 PM: Adult Italian Language Class: An Introduction to Speaking Italian

Cultural Movie Theatre:

11:00 AM: Discover Sicily. La Sicilia da Scoprire
Sicily features an interesting mixture of visitor attractions, from marvelous beaches and remote nature reservations to astonishing ancient cultural landmarks. Our trip through Sicily starts in Messina and leads southwards to Taormina, the gorge of Alcantara and further on to Siracusa, then to the Cape of Passero. Travelling back up from the South, our journey takes us northwards to Modica, Agrigento, and Selunite. Finally, the trip leads us into the inner parts of Sicily: to Enna, Villa Casale, Piazza Armerina and a short trip to the Madonie nature reserve ending at the volcano of Mt. Etna.

12:30 PM: Seven Days in Italy. La Bella Italia.
From the snow covered Alps in the north to the dreamy lagoon city of Venice and its palaces and its world famous "Carnevale". From the romantic hill landscape of Toscana where the aromas once inspired Leonardo Da Vinci to Rome, the city that during antiquity was the center of the Roman Empire and then to Sicily in the South, an island of gods and natural forces. A journey through time in one of the most beautiful countries in the World.

1:30 PM: Footloose in Italy!
Part 1 Le Cinque Terre: What better way to see and explore the five dramatic coastal villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso than on foot! The 12 Kilometer coastal path gets progressively more difficult as you travel West from Riomaggiore.

Part 2 Venice: Venice is so unique and so gorgeous that very few people fail to be enchanted by it! Yes, you can take the vaporetti, but there is plenty of land to walk on and make your own haphazard trail through the streets. Getting lost in Venice can actually be a lot of fun especially if you don't have to hurry anywhere.

3:00 PM: Seven Days in Tuscany. La Meravigliosa Toscana.
Florence (Firenze) is the capital of Tuscany. At the end of the 14th Century it was ruled by a few families who not only financed churches, but also competed in building magnificent palaces. The Medici family proved to be the most powerful. From Firenze we go to Montecatini and then to Lucca with its brick wall dating from the Middle Ages. Then on to Pisa and its Leaning tower, Baptistry and Campanile. The olive groves and vineyards line the gentle hilly landscape of Tuscany as we travel to the provincial capital of Siena, a gothic city of great artistry. History and culture combined with the beauty of nature. Tuscany has it all!!!

4:00 PM: Footloose in Italy!
Part 1 The Neapolitan Riviera and Ischia: Our walking tour of Naples includes the harbor and the seashore. Then we are off to the Isle of Ischia and finally to Vesuvius and Pompeii.

Part 2 The Sorrentine Peninsula: We will be visiting Sorrento and its museums and sampling limoncello. Then we will take a long atmospheric walk via Massa Lubrense to the tip of the peninsula.

Part 3 The Amalfi Coast: We will visit Positano and take a cooking lesson and then be off to Amalfi and Ravello with its beautiful gardens.

Part 4 The Isle of Capri: The Isle of Capri. We will take a sightseeing tour on foot of the Island visiting the Roman Villa Jovis and the amazing Arco Naturale. Finally we will take a crazy bus ride to Anacapri and finally end our tour at the Blue Grotto. All in all it will be some of the best sun, sea, scenery and history!!!

6:30 PM: The Ferrovia Circumentna: Sicily's narrow-gauge railway around Mount Etna featuring Catania, Randazzo, Linguaglossa, Monte Etna and Riposto.
The journey around Mount Etna begins in the small station of the privately owned Ferrovia Circumetna narrow gauge railway. The railroad once travelled to Catania's harbor and today the line ends in the middle of the city. The fact is that a journey along the Ferrovia Circumetna as it travels through some exceptionally beautiful scenery and picturesque farms is an absolute must for any visitor to Sicily. Just like a good wine, a ride on the Ferrovia Circumetna improves with age and is a wonderful way to discover Mt. Etna.

7:00 PM: Alberobello and Porto Venere-Cinque Terre. Alberobello. Come and discover the extraordinary architecture of the unique Trulli and their scenery. The Trulli of Alberobello have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1996. Alberobello is a small town and commune of the city of Bari in Puglia. Porto Venere and Le Cinque Terre (The Five Lands). Porto Venere is a town located on the Ligurian coast of Italy in the province of La Spezia. In 1997 Porto Venere and the villages of the Cinque Terre were designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Le Cinque Terre is a rugged portion of coast in the region of Liguria to the west of La Spezia. "The Five Lands" comprises five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Rio Maggiore. Six villages amongst sea and hills on sheer cliffs upon the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.

8:00 PM: Sardegna!: Sardinia: food and wine.
Cookbook author and Italian culinary and wine expert, Viktorija Todorovska, takes us on a guided tour of Sardegna exploring the foods and wines of this magical island. Through interviews with Sardinian cooks and wine producers, Viktorija showcases the diversity of the island and its very rich traditions. Join us for an unforgettable tour of Sardegna.

9:00 PM: Theatre Closes

ICCC Booth:

12:00 PM: Let's make some Italian mosaics

1:30 PM: Let's create our own Italian jewelry

3:30 PM: The numbers in Italian

5:00 PM: Let's color and learn about Columbus

6:30 PM: Let's make some Italian mosaics

8:00 PM: Let's learn some farm animals in Italian

October 10, 2015

Main Stage:

11:00 AM: Italian Music By DJ Italia
12:30 PM: Flag Ceremony and Presentation of Awards
1:00 PM: The Tarantellas (Italian Folk Dancing)
1:30 PM: Pasta Eating Contest
2:00 PM: Michael Barimo Italian Vocalist/Pop Singer & World Champion Whistler
3:30 PM: Adult Grape Stomp
4:00 PM: Italian Music By DJ Italia
4:30 PM: The Tarantellas (Italian Folk Dancing)
5:00 PM: Italian Music By DJ Italia
6:00 PM: Michael Barimo Italian Vocalist/Pop Singer & World Champion Whistler
8:00 PM: The Fuse "Houston's Favorite Top 40 Cover Band"
10:00 PM: Festival Closes

Taste of Italy Pavilion:

11:15-12:00 PM: La Piccola Cucina Festival Edition: An Educational children cooking class led by our Chef Tiziana Triolo. The little Chefs will enjoy making Risotto ai funghi porcini. Limited Seating Free Event.

12:45-1:30 PM: "Introduction to Italian Wine": a Premium Italian Wine Tasting This is a formal "Sit-Down Tasting", featuring five of Italy's most important wines, including the world famous "Super Tuscan" as well as the incomparable Nebbiolo (the Grape of both Barolo and Barbaresco). Each offering in this tasting was sourced from relatively low-yielding vineyards utilizing Artisanal techniques. Join us as we compare and contrast these terrific wines. Seating will be limited. Tickets are only $15. BUY AND PRINT TICKETS NOW!! to reserve your seat.

2:00-2:30 PM: H-E-B Cooking Demonstration: Join HEB Cooking Connection Chef, John Moreno as he demonstrates how to prepare Sundried Tomato and Artichoke Crostinis. Learn to cook like the Italians! Buon Appetito! FREE event

3:15-4:00 PM: La Piccola Cucina Festival Edition: An Educational children cooking class led by our Chef Tiziana Triolo. The little Chefs will enjoy making Strufoli. Limited Seating Free Event.

4:45-5:30 PM: "Introduction to Italian Wine": a Premium Italian Wine Tasting This is a formal "Sit-Down Tasting", featuring five of Italy's most important wines, including the world famous "Super Tuscan" as well as the incomparable Nebbiolo (the Grape of both Barolo and Barbaresco). Each offering in this tasting was sourced from relatively low-yielding vineyards utilizing Artisanal techniques. Join us as we compare and contrast these terrific wines. Seating will be limited. Tickets are only $15. BUY AND PRINT TICKETS NOW!! to reserve your seat.

6:15-7:00 PM: Italian Craft Beer Tasting/Seminar. Craft Beer's popularity continues to soar, and we are proud to offer you the opportunity to drink beer like an Italian! Join us as noted Beer expert and radio talk show host (Drink of Ages ESPN 97.5 FM), Jon Denman, leads us in a tasting of 5 unique Italian beers (3oz. per). Jon's seminars are both entertaining and informative while La Birra Italiana is so tasty. So bring your parched throats and do not miss our Inaugural Italian Beer Tasting. Seating will be limited. Tickets are only $15. BUY AND PRINT TICKETS NOW!! to reserve your seat.

8:00-9:45 PM: Tasting Tour of Italian Wine presented by Beviamo International. Seize this rare opportunity to sample 12 different premium wines from some of Italy's major regions, and receive live information from wine professionals, (as if you had your own personal "Sommelier") and all of this in one venue! You will find many familiar types of Italian Wine (and these will be from non-commercial "Boutique" producers) as well as perhaps, discovering some wines that you have never had the opportunity to sample. Wine lovers of Vino Italiano and those who are ready to "Fall in Love", do not miss this opportunity to "Jump Start" your Italian palate as you drink wines like the Italians. Admission $10.

Cultural Education Stage:

11:00 AM: Children Italian Language Class (Ages 6-9): An Introduction to Speaking Italian

12:00 PM: Adult Italian Language Class: An Introduction to Speaking Italian

3:00 PM: Adult Italian Language Class: An Introduction to Speaking Italian

6:00 PM: Children's Movie:Trilli e la Creatura Leggendaria In Italian with subtitles in English.

Cultural Movie Theatre:

11:00 AM: Discover Sicily. La Sicilia da Scoprire
Sicily features an interesting mixture of visitor attractions, from marvelous beaches and remote nature reservations to astonishing ancient cultural landmarks. Our trip through Sicily starts in Messina and leads southwards to Taormina, the gorge of Alcantara and further on to Siracusa, then to the Cape of Passero. Travelling back up from the South, our journey takes us northwards to Modica, Agrigento, and Selunite. Finally, the trip leads us into the inner parts of Sicily: to Enna, Villa Casale, Piazza Armerina and a short trip to the Madonie nature reserve ending at the volcano of Mt. Etna.

12:30 PM: Seven Days in Italy. La Bella Italia.
From the snow covered Alps in the north to the dreamy lagoon city of Venice and its palaces and its world famous "Carnevale". From the romantic hill landscape of Toscana where the aromas once inspired Leonardo Da Vinci to Rome, the city that during antiquity was the center of the Roman Empire and then to Sicily in the South, an island of gods and natural forces. A journey through time in one of the most beautiful countries in the World.

1:30 PM: Footloose in Italy!
Part 1 Le Cinque Terre: What better way to see and explore the five dramatic coastal villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso than on foot! The 12 Kilometer coastal path gets progressively more difficult as you travel West from Riomaggiore.

Part 2 Venice: Venice is so unique and so gorgeous that very few people fail to be enchanted by it! Yes, you can take the vaporetti, but there is plenty of land to walk on and make your own haphazard trail through the streets. Getting lost in Venice can actually be a lot of fun especially if you don't have to hurry anywhere.

3:00 PM: Seven Days in Tuscany. La Meravigliosa Toscana.
Florence (Firenze) is the capital of Tuscany. At the end of the 14th Century it was ruled by a few families who not only financed churches, but also competed in building magnificent palaces. The Medici family proved to be the most powerful. From Firenze we go to Montecatini and then to Lucca with its brick wall dating from the Middle Ages. Then on to Pisa and its Leaning tower, Baptistry and Campanile. The olive groves and vineyards line the gentle hilly landscape of Tuscany as we travel to the provincial capital of Siena, a gothic city of great artistry. History and culture combined with the beauty of nature. Tuscany has it all!!!

4:00 PM: Footloose in Italy!
Part 1 The Neapolitan Riviera and Ischia: Our walking tour of Naples includes the harbor and the seashore. Then we are off to the Isle of Ischia and finally to Vesuvius and Pompeii.

Part 2 The Sorrentine Peninsula: We will be visiting Sorrento and its museums and sampling limoncello. Then we will take a long atmospheric walk via Massa Lubrense to the tip of the peninsula.

Part 3 The Amalfi Coast: We will visit Positano and take a cooking lesson and then be off to Amalfi and Ravello with its beautiful gardens.

Part 4 The Isle of Capri: The Isle of Capri. We will take a sightseeing tour on foot of the Island visiting the Roman Villa Jovis and the amazing Arco Naturale. Finally we will take a crazy bus ride to Anacapri and finally end our tour at the Blue Grotto. All in all it will be some of the best sun, sea, scenery and history!!!

6:30 PM: The Ferrovia Circumentna: Sicily's narrow-gauge railway around Mount Etna featuring Catania, Randazzo, Linguaglossa, Monte Etna and Riposto.
The journey around Mount Etna begins in the small station of the privately owned Ferrovia Circumetna narrow gauge railway. The railroad once travelled to Catania's harbor and today the line ends in the middle of the city. The fact is that a journey along the Ferrovia Circumetna as it travels through some exceptionally beautiful scenery and picturesque farms is an absolute must for any visitor to Sicily. Just like a good wine, a ride on the Ferrovia Circumetna improves with age and is a wonderful way to discover Mt. Etna.

7:00 PM: Alberobello and Porto Venere-Cinque Terre. Alberobello. Come and discover the extraordinary architecture of the unique Trulli and their scenery. The Trulli of Alberobello have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1996. Alberobello is a small town and commune of the city of Bari in Puglia. Porto Venere and Le Cinque Terre (The Five Lands). Porto Venere is a town located on the Ligurian coast of Italy in the province of La Spezia. In 1997 Porto Venere and the villages of the Cinque Terre were designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Le Cinque Terre is a rugged portion of coast in the region of Liguria to the west of La Spezia. "The Five Lands" comprises five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Rio Maggiore. Six villages amongst sea and hills on sheer cliffs upon the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.

8:00 PM: Sardegna!: Sardinia: food and wine.
Cookbook author and Italian culinary and wine expert, Viktorija Todorovska, takes us on a guided tour of Sardegna exploring the foods and wines of this magical island. Through interviews with Sardinian cooks and wine producers, Viktorija showcases the diversity of the island and its very rich traditions. Join us for an unforgettable tour of Sardegna.

9:00 PM: Theatre Closes

ICCC Booth:

11:00 AM: Free children language classes (Ages 3-5)

12:00 PM: Color the Italian map and learn about the regions

1:30 PM: Let's color and learn about Columbus

4:30 PM: Seasons of the year in Italian

6:00 PM: Let's discover and color the main monuments around Italy

8:00 PM: Let's decorate a frame with the colors of the Italian flag

October 11, 2015

Main Stage:

9:30 AM: Roman Catholic Mass for Volunteers (open to the public)
11:00 AM: FESTIVAL OPENS
11:00 AM: Italian Music By DJ Italia
12:30 PM: The Tarantellas (Italian Folk Dancing)
1:00 PM: Michael Barimo Italian Vocalist/Pop Singer & World Champion Whistler
2:30 PM: Adult Grape Stomp
3:00 PM: Pasta Eating Contest
3:30 PM: Michael Barimo Italian Vocalist/Pop Singer & World Champion Whistler   
5:00 PM: Italian Music By DJ Italia
6:00 PM: Festival Closes

Taste of Italy Pavilion:

12:30-1:15 PM: La Piccola Cucina Festival Edition: An Educational children cooking class led by our Chef Tiziana Triolo. The little Chefs will enjoy making Polpette fredde alle zucchine e prosciutto. Limited Seating Free Event.

2:00-2:45 PM: "Introduction to Italian Wine": a Premium Italian Wine Tasting This is a formal "Sit-Down Tasting", featuring five of Italy's most important wines, including the world famous "Super Tuscan" as well as the incomparable Nebbiolo (the Grape of both Barolo and Barbaresco). Each offering in this tasting was sourced from relatively low-yielding vineyards utilizing Artisanal techniques. Join us as we compare and contrast these terrific wines. Seating will be limited. Tickets are only $15. BUY AND PRINT TICKETS NOW!! to reserve your seat.

3:15-4:30 PM: Bingo! With an Italian Taste namely; "Tombola"! Learn to play this traditional Italian game (similar to American Bingo) and win prizes (5 winners in each session). Fun for the entire family as you race to fill your cards while immersing yourself in a bit of Italian culture and language! Ambo! Terno! Quaderno! Quinto! Tombola! Limited seating. Cards are $3 each.

Cultural Education Stage:

12:00 PM: Adult Italian Language Class: An Introduction to Speaking Italian

3:00 PM: Children's Movie:Planes 2 In Italian with subtitles in English.

Cultural Movie Theatre:

12:00 PM: Seven Days in Italy. La Bella Italia.
From the snow covered Alps in the north to the dreamy lagoon city of Venice and its palaces and its world famous "Carnevale". From the romantic hill landscape of Toscana where the aromas once inspired Leonardo Da Vinci to Rome, the city that during antiquity was the center of the Roman Empire and then to Sicily in the South , an island of gods and natural forces. A journey through time in one of the most beautiful countries in the World.

1:00 PM: Seven Days in Tuscany. La Meravigliosa Toscana.
Florence (Firenze) is the capital of Tuscany. At the end of the 14th Century it was ruled by a few families who not only financed churches, but also competed in building magnificent palaces. The Medici family proved to be the most powerful. From Firenze we go to Montecatini and then to Lucca with its brick wall dating from the Middle Ages. Then on to Pisa and its Leaning tower, Baptistry and Campanile. The olive groves and vineyards line the gentle hilly landscape of Tuscany as we travel to the provincial capital of Siena, a gothic city of great artistry. History and culture combined with the beauty of nature. Tuscany has it all!!!

2:00 PM: Enchanting Sicily: The largest island of the Mediterranean Sea
On this enchanting tour of romantic Sicily, you will visit the Messina Strait, the famous Greek theatre of Taormina, the archeological sites of Segesta and Selunite, marvelous Catania, the unique monastery and temple of Monreale, and picturesque Cefalù and Ragusa. You will also enjoy walking through the streets of Palermo and refreshing yourself on the beach of Mondello, along with sampling the Sicilian blood-oranges, and drinking a cappuccino among the walls of Siracusa.

3:00 PM: The Ferrovia Circumentna: Sicily's narrow-gauge railway around Mount Etna featuring Catania, Randazzo, Linguaglossa, Monte Etna and Riposto.
The journey around Mount Etna begins in the small station of the privately owned Ferrovia Circumetna narrow gauge railway. The railroad once travelled to Catania's harbor and today the line ends in the middle of the city. The fact is that a journey along the Ferrovia Circumetna as it travels through some exceptionally beautiful scenery and picturesque farms is an absolute must for any visitor to Sicily. Just like a good wine, a ride on the Ferrovia Circumetna improves with age and is a wonderful way to discover Mt. Etna.

3:30 PM: Footloose in Italy!
Part 1 Le Cinque Terre: What better way to see and explore the five dramatic coastal villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso than on foot! The 12 Kilometer coastal path gets progressively more difficult as you travel West from Riomaggiore.

Part 2 Venice: Venice is so unique and so gorgeous that very few people fail to be enchanted by it! Yes, you can take the vaporetti, but there is plenty of land to walk on and make your own haphazard trail through the streets. Getting lost in Venice can actually be a lot of fun especially if you don't have to hurry anywhere.

5:00 PM: Theatre Closes

ICCC Booth:

12:00 PM: Let's learn some farm animals in Italian

1:30 PM: Let's make Italian mosaics

3:00 PM: Seasons of the year in Italian

4:15 PM: Let's decorate some Venetian masks

5:00 PM: Let's discover and color the main monuments around Italy

Festival Hours:
October 8, 2015: 5pm - 10pm
October 9, 2015: 11am - 10pm
October 10, 2015: 11am - 10pm
October 11, 2015: 11am - 6pm

Location: Grounds of the University of St. Thomas, 3800 Montrose Boulevard, Houston, TX 77006

Admisison:
Advanced Admission - $6.00
Regular Admission - $8.00
Advanced Group Admisions (20+) - $5.00
Regular Group Admission (20+) - $6.00

For More Information - http://www.houstonitalianfestival.com/