RGV Livestock Show and Rodeo 2017, Monday-Sunday, RGV Livestock Showgrounds (Mercedes). The annual tradition continues with live music, food, and of course, lots of livestock shows. Season tickets and gate passes are available. Final week.
Spring Break Camp, Monday-Friday 9am-3pm, International Museum of Art & Science. Fun, educational camps for kids in grades Pre K-2 and 3-5.
Stocksmile (Las Vegas), Monday 9pm, The Thirsty Monkey. In Shades, Sine Cura, OK Robot, Ruben Farias, Mind Over Matter and Grayson. $5 for 21+ ($6 for 18-20).
Lil Wayne’s 2017 Spring Break Beach Bash, Tuesday 8pm, Clayton’s (SPI). With special guests Migos.
UME South Padre 2017, Wednesday-Saturday, Clayton’s (SPI). Headliners: Thursday: Marshmello, Friday: Tiesto, Saturday: Zedd.
RGV Vipers vs Oklahoma City, Thursday 7pm, State Farm Arena.
RGV Vipers vs Northern Arizona, Friday 7pm/Sunday 6pm, State Farm Arena.
Hasta La Vista Pachanga, Thursday 3-6pm, Edinburg Activity Center. Annual thank you and farewell dinner for Winter Texans. Dinner, live music and door prizes. $3.
Art After Dark presents: Architecture in the Rio Grande Valley, Thursday 7-9pm, International Museum of Art & Science. “Join us for a private gallery tour of the photography exhibition, Architecture in the Rio Grande Valley. Following the tour, create your own watercolor paintings inspired by local architecture!” $15 members, $20 non-members, 21+ only.
Kodak Black / 21 Savage, Thursday 8pm, Clayton’s (SPI). Part of Clayton’s week of Spring Break concerts. Ages 16+ only.
Jay Leno, Thursday 8:30pm, McAllen Performing Arts Center. Tickets start at $35.
The Easter Bunny Photo Experience, Friday 5:30pm, La Plaza Mall. Take pictures with the Easter Bunny, starting with a kickoff event tonight. Continues until April 15th.
St. Patrick’s Day Block Party, Friday noon-2am, The Orchard/Brick House. Live music, food & drink specials, costume contest and more.
Cardboard Boat Regatta, Friday 2pm, Edinburg Municipal Pool. Free event. Register by Monday: (956) 381-5631.
Rice, Beans & Revolution presents: Albert & Angela’s B-Day Show, Friday 7pm-midnight, VFW Auxiliary Nikki Rowe Post 2369. The Follies, Noble Insect, Laika, Fantastico and The Indecisives. $5.
Ballet San Antonio, Friday 7:30pm, McAllen Performing Arts Center. Tickets $38.50 plus fees.
Food Park Unplugged, Friday 7:30-9:30pm, McAllen Food Park. Live music featuring local artists. Free, family and pet friendly. Monthly event on the 3rd Friday.
Kiss Me I’m Human, Friday 9pm, Yerberia Cultura. Music, art, food & drinks. $5 GA, $10 for under 21.
Ruby Dolls presents St. Patrick’s Day Burlesque Show, Friday 9-11pm, Avenue 1704. $10 tickets.
Rae Sremmurd w/ Clinton Sparks, Saturday, Clayton’s (SPI).
Saxet Gun Show, Saturday-Sunday, McAllen Convention Center. Saturday: 9am-6pm, Sunday: 9am-5pm. $5 entry.
Monarch Celebration, Saturday 9am-2pm, Quinta Mazatlan. The city’s historic gardens hosts a celebration of the Monarch butterfly, with activities for adults and kids. Included in general admission.
1st Annual Ales & Tails, Saturday 3pm, Harlingen Arts & Heritage Museum. “Craft beer, crawfish, live music and raffle prizes!” Tickets: $25.
McAllen Social Ride, Saturday 6pm, McAllen City Hall. Bring your helmet and lights.
Marisela, Saturday 8pm, McAllen Performing Arts Center. Tickets start at $46 plus fees.
Beautiful Baby Contest and Miss Sunburst Texas, Sunday 1pm, La Plaza Mall. Baby boys and girls up to age 3 and girls ages 4-27 compete for crowns, sashes, trophies and the chance to compete for cash prizes at the next level.
Sunday Speaker Series, Sunday 2pm, Museum of South Texas History. Yale University graduate and Valley native will present his thesis, “Bandits by the Border: The Mexican Revolution in the Rio Grande Valley.” Included in regular admission.
Bridges Not Walls, Sunday 4pm-midnight, Yerberia Cultura. “A showcase of unity through music from the U.S. and Mexico,” featuring music, comedy and art. $4.
Have a fun and safe Spring Break!