What to do in Houston this weekend, for $20 or less

Celebrate summer at a family-friendly crawfish boil. | Photo: Johnny Silvercloud/Flickr

Want to get out and about this week, without breaking the bank? Here are three ideas for what to do in Houston for $20 or less.

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Celebrate Immigrant Heritage Month at Discovery Green





Join local community leaders at Discovery Green for a celebration of Houston's immigrant communities.

In honor of Immigrant Heritage Month, the celebration will center around the interactive public art installation "I Heart Htown." All day, visitors will share their immigrant identity by placing a flag representing their heritage on the installation.

When: Saturday, June 16, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
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Welcome summer at a crawfish boil and block party





Dive head first into summer at the crawfish boil and block party at the family-owned watering hole Daiquiris 2 Go this Saturday evening.

The admission-free, family-friendly event will offer two pounds of crawfish with corn and potatoes for $10 an order. There will also be plenty of adult beverages, live music and activities for the children -- including face painting and balloon animals.

When: Saturday, June 16, 5-11 p.m.
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Catch Todd 'The God' Edwards at Gravity Midtown





Catch Grammy-winning producer Todd "The God" Edwards at Gravity Midtown this Saturday night -- for just $15 a pop.

Edwards, often considered one of the godfathers of UK garage, is best known for his work with Daft Punk. He co-produced, co-wrote and performed vocals for the group's hit "Face to Face," which took the number one spot on Billboard's Club chart in 2004. He also won a Grammy for his work on Daft Punk's 2013 hit "Fragments of Time."

When: Saturday, June 16, 10 p.m.- Sunday, June 17, 4 a.m.
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