Know Before You Go
Saturday, October 21, 2023 from 12PM-7PM
Constellation Field - 1 Stadium Drive, Sugar Land, TX 77498
Please click HERE for directions from major highways.
“A Tour of the Philippines”
The festival is organized by the Filipino Young Professionals of Houston (FYP), a 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to share the Filipino culture, empower the community through philanthropy and service and strengthen community connections. This is an ALL volunteer-led group. You can get involved by becoming a member HERE.
Online HERE or in person at the Constellation Field box office with cash or card.
Online pricing prior to festival: $17 plus processing fees until 11:59 PM on Friday, October 20, 2023 • Children 7 & under are free
Online & Gate pricing on day of festival: $20 plus processing fees • Children 7 & under are free
For details on how to retrieve your tickets, visit www.milb.com/sugar-land/tickets/digital-faqs
Free parking is available at the stadium. Parking attendants will be on site to direct traffic.
In the case of severe weather, festival officials will work closely with police and venue management to ensure maximum safety. Canceled or delayed performances will only occur during severe weather situations. The rescheduled date would be Sunday, October 22, 2023.
There will be mandatory bag checks at the gate.
Re-entry is not allowed.
For questions, contact 832-FYP-NUM4 or email@example.com
No pets allowed, unless they are certified service animals.
Cash and credit card.
Main Stage program begins at 12 pm.
The Main Stage performance schedule can be found HERE.
Outside food is not allowed however each attendee is allowed to bring one unopened bottle of water and/or one empty reusable water tumbler/jug.
You will be able to purchase drinks from several drink stations around the festival and Filipino beverages and boba tea are available from vendors.
Alcohol is available for purchase from any Aramark drink station.
Vendors: Vendors are individuals or businesses that sell products or services related to Filipino culture or other relevant items.
Sponsors: Sponsors are organizations or businesses that provide financial or in-kind support to the festival in exchange for various promotional opportunities and benefits.
Community Partners: Community partners are non-profit organizations or groups that collaborate with the festival to promote cultural awareness, education, or social causes.
Together, these components create a vibrant and multifaceted Houston Filipino Street Festival, enriching the experience for all attendees while also supporting the community and its cultural heritage.
For only $10 a ticket, you could have a chance to win either a Houston Sports Combo, Aventon Pace 500.2 eBike or a Philippines Vacation Package. Must be 18 years or older to enter; go.fyphouston.com/2023filfestraffle
There are many activities in the Children’s Pavilion including arts and crafts a reading corner, and Filipino games, and a passport style scavenger hunt activity. The playground and splash pad located next to the Children’s Pavilion will also be open for kiddos to enjoy!
Make sure to stop by our free 360 Photobooth located next to the Children’s Area on the concourse level.
Be part of the festival by sharing your creative talents at our community mural located next to the 360 Photobooth on the concourse level.
Share your day with us by tagging us in your photos! @fyphouston @htownfilfest #htownfilfest #fyphouston
Filipino Young Professionals of Houston (FYP) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All rights reserved.