HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Houston Whatever Fest, the most eclectic two-days of music, comedy and art will take place in the heart of the historic East End of downtown with more than 90 acts performing on five stages on Saturday, Nov. 21 and Sunday, Nov. 22. Individual general admission passes are available for $35 each with two-day general admission passes starting at $55 each. VIP weekend passes are also available.
Music acts featured at the festival include GWAR, Born of Osiris, Battlecross, Metric, Ghostland Observatory, Saint Motel, GZA, Heartless Bastards, The Front Bottoms, Lil Flip, The Ataris, Shock G, Family of the Year, Grupo Fantasma, The Suspects, Def Perception, Dead to the World, thelastplaceyoulook, Gio Chamba, NightDrive, To Whom It May.
Comedy acts performing at Houston Whatever Fest include T.J. Miller, Doug Benson, Brooks Wheelan, Ari Shaffir, Ian Abramson, Dan St. Germain, Mark Normand, Randy Liedtke, Billy D. Washington, Chase Durousseau, Joe Pettis, Chris Cubas, Matthew Broussard, Andy Huggins, Bob Biggerstaff, and Sam Demaris.