BAHFest Houston 2018!
We originally postponed the event to allow healing from Hurricane Harvey and in honor of those affected, all proceeds of the rescheduled show will go to the Houston Food Bank, Please join us Saturday, February 17, 2018 at Rice University's Stude Concert Hall for The Festival of Bad Ad Hoc Hypotheses (BAHFest), a celebration of well-argued and thoroughly researched but completely incorrect scientific theories. Six speakers take the stage and present their theories to an illustrious panel of judges in front of a packed house. It is an all ages event, fun for the whole family. Hosted by Joel Watson (Cyanide & Happiness), this evening is sure to be remembered for its wit, its scientific passion, for its outside-of-the-box brilliance...but probably not for its factual accuracy. Judges include Phil Plait, Dr. Julia Saltz, and Nicole Stott, a real life astronaut. We have selected a new date! If you have already bought a ticket, but cannot attend on the new date, you can request a refund. For ticket refunds, login to eventbrite.com and go to tickets. Your BAHFest ticket should appear under Upcoming Events. Click on your ticket order, then click "Request a Refund." FAQsShowtime: Doors at 6:00 PM, Show starts at 7:00PM Parking: Three Rice University parking lots will be available for public parking. Please refer to the Rice Campus Map for directions to these lots... 1) West Lot 2: Three-minute walk to Stude Concert Hall, $1 per 10 minutes (up to $12 max), Credit card only 2) Central Campus Garage: Three-minute walk to Stude Concert Hall, $1 per 10 minutes (up to $12 max), Credit card and cash accepted 3) Greenbriar Lot: Twelve-minute walk to Stude Concert Hall, $2 per day, Credit card only Venue: Food and drink are not allowed in the Stude Concert Hall.
Houston, TX 77005