Sugar Land’s Kaleidoscope Brings a Special Celebration

Spring is in the air and after two years of few activities and opportunities to socialize, everyone is especially eager to get out of the house and start having fun. 

Sugar Land Town Square is kicking off this return to normalcy with Kaleidoscope, a free community event held this Saturday, April 23. This street festival will highlight exciting changes to the Square, including the grand opening of Department of Wonder and new restaurants debuting in the next few months. 

The festivities kick off at 6:00 pm and will include:

  • A musical and theatrical performance by Polyphonic Spree, a choral, symphonic, pop-rock band from Dallas, with guests Cirque Bezerk
  • Interactive and collaborative art exhibits
  • A kids’ disco party
  • The introduction of three restaurants coming soon: BB Italia, German Donor Kebab, and Williams Smokehouse
  • Beverages and bites from Town Square favorites, including Japaneiro’s, Jupiter Pizza & Waffles, Kilwin’s, State Fare, and The Sweet Boutique

Department of Wonder is described as “an immersive, mixed-reality fantasy filled with intrigue and surprise. Guests must unravel stories and solve puzzles to bring light to darkness.” The experience is appropriate for children and adults, and the much-anticipated mystery of the experience will finally become a reality as the venue celebrates its grand opening. 

Admission to Kaleidoscope is free, but you can RSVP now to reserve up to six tickets. While visiting the website, check out the Fitness Friday events and all of the concerts and gatherings planned for the coming months. 

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Rebecca Becker

Rebecca has been a lifelong writer committed to telling stories that illuminate special people, places, and causes. She writes for local, regional, national, and international publications and is based in Houston. She’s been a lifelong Christian dedicated to bringing that perspective forth and keeping the Christian voice within the larger conversation.