Welcome to EnergyFest

The Energy Corridor's annual spring community festival is preparing for the 3rd annual event! EnergyFest 2015 promises to be more action-packed, centralized, and pulsating with higher energy than our first two awesome events! Join The Energy Corridor for a fun filled afternoon with free entertainment and experience some of the best food from in and around West Houston's best community to live, work, and lead an active lifestyle! 


EnergyFest 2014 Highlights:

We were excited to welcome these two fantastic emcees from KHOU 11 Morning News. They provided excellent entertainment all afternoon long!

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Lily Jang
KHOU 11 Morning News   

Lily is an Emmy-nominated journalist who leads the country when it comes to social media interaction with viewers. You can find Lily connecting Houston with news as it happens on KHOU 11 News This Morning.

 

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Katherine Whaley
KHOU 11 Morning News

Native Houstonian Katherine Whaley is passionate about covering stories in a city as diverse and dynamic as Houston. You can find Katherine helping drivers Beat the Traffic on KHOU 11 News This Morning.

 

 


EnergyFest 2014 Bands:

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Bandara Quartet

Bandara Quartet are known for delivering complex and tightly woven melodies through a canvass of original compositions and energetic arrangements, creating an exciting aural palette beyond categorization. Pop, rock, classical and contemporary jazz become something new and fresh under the artistry of the Bandara Quartet. 



 

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SNAFU

Energy Corridor local favorite SNAFU delivers a world music party, attended by the songs of Stevie Ray Vaughn, Santana, The Killers, Maroon 5, Guns 'n Roses, Mana, Incubus, the Beatles, Bob Marley, ZZ Top and more.

 
 

 
 

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Kelsey Layne

With music painted by a palette of passionate vocals, singer-songwriter Kelsey Layne hit the EnergyFest stage. 

 

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Kalila
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Kalila takes soul and rock influences to a unique place, with one foot planted in catchy pop. The band says it seeks to break down some of the stereotypes saddling music genres. Returning from a well-received performance at EnergyFest 2013, Kalila took the Rock the Corridor stage. 


EnergyFest 2014 Exhibits:

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All of the best businesses in and around The Energy Corridor were seen in one straight stroll through the Parkway Village Plaza at EnergyFest 2014: Rock The Corridor! Whether guests searched for a new landscaper, an insurance provider, or a new home, the best vendors were all in one place!
 

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Attendees learned about all of the great things that happen inside our West Houston community at Energy Pavilion! The innovative Enterprise CarShare cars were on display, a large amount of information was shared on what The Energy Corridor does all year long, and many experienced the different public transit options available to you from METRO!
 

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What is a festival without a bounce house? Just another festival, that is why EnergyFest 2014 is brought a bounce house PLUS face painting, balloon animals, pet adoptions through BARC, AND a rock climbing wall! EnergyFest 2014 created the perfect arena for kids.
 

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The Energy Corridor has some pretty fantastic restaurants, and the best ones had a booth inside Concession Park. Attendees Re-fueled and Re-energrized by grabbing lunch or a quick drink from one of the food merchants in this tasty exhibit!
 
 

beer-garden.jpgWatson's @ EnergyFest Beer Garden Exhibit
(Only attendees 21 & over permitted to enter)
Watson's House of Ales is known for their awesome patio environment, so it only made sense that they brought their patio to EnergyFest 2014!


Along with comfortable seating and a friendly environment, they also brought some of the craft brews, and wine cocktails that makes a Watson's a destination for happy hour and weekend leisure! Many had fun and enjoyed responsibly!