Spring Break Soccer Camp, Monday-Friday 9am-1pm, H-E-B Park (Edinburg). Spring break soccer camp hosted by RGCFC Academy. “The camp is for kids ages 5-15 and you can register now by calling (281)814-3863 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Beach Bash Music Fest, Tuesday-Wednesday, Isla Grand Hotel (SPI). Cardi B, Steve Aoki, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Pump and Carnage perform at this two day Spring Break festival. Tickets range from $60-125.
Spring Break Safari, Tuesday-Friday 1-3pm, Museum of South Texas History (Edinburg). “Have some historic fun at the Museum of South Texas History during Spring Break Safari.” Each day includes different family-friendly activities. Included in regular admission.
Future, Tuesday 9pm, Clayton’s (SPI). Presale tickets: $55 GA, $75 VIP.
Bicycle Plan Public Involvement, Wednesday 5-7pm, Sekula Memorial Library (Edinburg). Bicycle safety is a huge issue in our community. Make your voice heard and give feedback on the latest county plans.
RGV Vipers vs Santa Cruz Warriors, Thursday 7pm, State Farm Arena (Hidalgo). Four games left for the Vipers in the regular season.
Gucci Mane, Thursday 8pm, Clayton’s (SPI). Part of Clayton’s Spring Break 2018 festivities. Presale tickets $40 GA, $60 VIP.
The Bridges of Madison County, Friday through March 25th, Camille Playhouse (Brownsville). The best selling novel comes to the stage at Brownsville’s historic playhouse.
UME 2018, Friday-Saturday, Clayton’s (SPI). Alesso headlines Day 1 and Diplo headlines Day 2. Tickets for the EDM festival are on sale at umesouthpadre.com.
Toros Girls Dance Clinic, Friday 12:30-3:30pm, H-E-B Park (Edinburg). Dance clinic for ages 5-14 with the RGCFC’s dance team, the Toros Girls. $35 cash per student.
Dreams 2018, Friday-Saturday, Yerberia Cultura. Two-day music fest headlined by Pinata Protest on day 1 and Cuco on day 2. Day 1 passes: $10, Day 2 passes: $25, two-day passes: $30.
RGVFC Toros 2018 Home Opener, Friday 7:30pm, H-E-B Park (Edinburg). The season and home opener for the 2018 RGVFC season doubles as Teacher Appreciation Night. Teachers can get 1 free ticket with ID at the box office. Additional tickets $10.
McAllen Monarch Festival, Saturday 10am-3pm, Quinta Mazatlan. A full afternoon of monarch butterfly-focused, family-friendly activities at our city’s historic gardens. $5 per person (kids under 2 free).
Artrageous, Saturday 10am-5pm, Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance. Free fine art exhibition.
Monstruo Bohemio Album Release Show, Saturday 8pm, Cine El Rey. With special guests Volcan (SATX), Grupo Frackaso (SATX), Alegre Veneno & Kaanuhea, Sarita y Los Hijos Del Sol and The Rotary Waves. $5 presale ($10 at the door), all ages.
Sunday Speaker Series: From Vaquero to Cowboy, Sunday 2-3pm, Museum of South Texas History. “Caroline Miles, a professor from the University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley, will present at the Museum of South Texas History March 18 at 2 p.m.” Included in regular admission.
Enjoy your Spring Break week–even if you don’t have off!