EaDo/East End Things To Do

Love art, music, food and sports? Head over to Houston's vibrant neighborhoods of East Downtown (EaDo) and East End where there is no shortage of exciting things to do, incredible restaurants and places to stay. It’s the perfect spot in town for visitors and locals alike.

Immerse yourself in EaDo’s art scene by visiting the ever changing artwork and street art at Graffiti Park on the corner of Leeland and St. Emanuel - perfect for photoshoots! Ever wondered where you can find the popular ‘We Love Houston’ sign and the 36-foot-tall sculpture of The Beatles by David Adickes? Both are located at 8th Wonder Brewery where you can enjoy craft beer like their Hopston TX IPA. Want to create art of your own? Visit the Texas Art Asylum where you can find quirky reusable art and craft materials, classes and special events.  

Some of Houston’s best live music venues can be found in EaDo. Warehouse Live is a 1920’s industrial warehouse turned music venue that hosts local and underground artists to big named artists. The venue offers different sections so you can enjoy small intimate concerts or concerts with 1,000 plus attendees. It’s definitely a must-visit while in East Downtown.


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Sports fans look to EaDo for exciting games to watch. Home of the Houston Dynamo FC, a Major League Soccer club, Houston Dash of National Women’s Soccer League and Texas Southern University, Shell Energy Stadium has offered fans great games, concerts and special events since opening in 2012. Join the Dynamo fans and sport your best orange game day gear on your next visit. 

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