Mexico National Football Team vs. Ghana
match. Boasting more than 120,000 square feet, the interactive festival features giveaways, live music, food and appearances by Mexican soccer legends. Gabor says he’s always blown away by how creative fans can get, so expect face painting, luchador
masks, loud chants — and the unexpected. “I have seen a wrestling ring,” says Gabor. “That’s one of the craziest things I’ve seen, when they had the luchadores out there.”
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. NRG Stadium, 1 NRG Park. For information, call 800-745-3000 or visit nrgpark.com
. $32 to $225.
“Our games are like a mini-Super Bowl,” says Gabe Gabor, media officer for the Mexican National Football Team’s U.S. tour. El Tri travels to Houston on its road to the Gold Cup to take on perennial African World Cup team Ghana, but Gabor says the real party starts with the AT&T Fútbol Fiesta, four hours before kickoff in the