A busy start to spring offers a slate of must-see shows throughout Houston in March 2018.
Also in March 2018
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Bookended by the ever-popular Livestock Show & Rodeo and a brand new Downtown festival, this month brings opportunities for the city to get out and enjoy some of the world’s most admired artists.
Top 14 Concerts & Live Shows to See in Houston: March 2018
- Rodeo Houston: Leon Bridges at NRG Stadium | Friday, March 2 – Following a meteoric rise over the last three years, Leon Bridges brings his smooth soul vocals to his Rodeo Houston debut. Fans of Sam Cooke and Otis Redding shouldn’t miss this Texan’s throwback sounds. Tickets range from $18 to $350, but you might be able to find better or cheaper tickets on TicketNetwork’s resale website. 6:45pm.
- Steve Aoki with Desiigner at Revention Music Center | Friday, March 2 – On the heels of his 2017 release, Kolony, the legendary EDM musician makes a stop in Houston, supported by trap rapper, Desiigner. Tickets can be had from $33 to over $115. 8pm.
- George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic at House of Blues | Friday, March 2 – The “Prime Minister of Funk” and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer makes an appearance this month along with his sizeable collective, Parliament-Funkadelic. A musical pioneer and hugely influential culturally, George Clinton produces a show that can’t be missed. Tickets start at $30, but you may find better or cheaper tickets on the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 8pm.
- Earth, Wind & Fire at Smart Financial Centre in Sugar Land | Tuesday, March 6 – This innovative and wide-ranging group delivers their legendary brand of soul and funk to electrify audiences early this month. Tickets range from $50 to $100, but you may find better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork resale website. 8pm.
- Deep Cuts, Plastic Picnic, Narrowhead and Tee Vee at White Oak Music Hall | Monday, March 12 – A bill filled with local acts offers a chill set on a Monday night. With a new full length on the way, Deep Cuts bring their downtempo and in-the-groove sounds along with fellow locals Narrowhead and Tee Vee. New York City’s Plastic Picnic rounds out the night. Tickets for this all-ages show run $8. 7pm.
- Rodeo Houston: Chris Stapleton at NRG Stadium | Friday, March 16 – In the last few years, Stapleton has been cleaning up awards shows by notching five Grammys, two Billboard awards, and several more acknowledgments by the country music community. His most recent two-volume album, From a Room, has been lauded across the nation and his presence at Rodeo Houston will make tickets hard to come by. Limited tickets remain for as little as $16 (Standing Room Only), but you might come across cheaper, better, or hard-to-get seats on TicketNetwork’s resale website. 6:45pm.
- Rodeo Houston: Garth Brooks at NRG Stadium | Sunday, March 18 – Closing out the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo will be country music legend Garth Brooks in what promises to be a spectacle. First run tickets are sold out, but you may find hard-to-get seats on TicketNetwork’s resale website. 3:45pm.
- Sylvan Esso with Suzi Analogue at White Oak Music Hall | Monday, March 19 – The indie-pop duo from North Carolina swing through Texas just a year after they released the sweet-sounding yet biting record, What Now. Suzi Analogue, an experimental hip-hop artist, joins the band. Tickets start at $23, but you might find cheaper or better tickets using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- Lorde with Run the Jewels at Toyota Center | Monday, March 19 – The world-renowned singer/songwriter visits Houston with the dream pop sounds of her new album, Melodrama. She’ll be supported by alt-hip-hop tour de force, Run the Jewels. Tickets range from $39.50 to $99.50, but you may find cheaper or better seats using TicketNetwork’s resale market. 7pm.
- Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo at Smart Financial Centre in Sugar Land | Wednesday, March 21 – A hugely successful musical partnership, this duo brings several decades of hits for an intimate, acoustic evening. Tickets start at $59.50, but you may be able to find limited discounted tickets for $45. 8pm.
- Talib Kweli at Warehouse Live (Studio) | Wednesday, March 21 – Rising to prominence in the late ’90s as one half of the distinguished hip-hop duo, Black Star, Kweli has maintained a long-lasting career full of collaborations and conscious songwriting. Tickets begin at $25, but you may find cheaper or better tickets on the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 8:30pm.
- Bon Jovi at Toyota Center | Friday, March 23 – Rock icons Bon Jovi have toured the globe well into their fourth decade of making music. They’ll stop in Houston as part of their This House Is Not For Sale tour at the end of the month. Tickets range from $29.50 to over $500, but you might find cheaper or better tickets using the TicketNetwork online market. 7:30pm.
- In Bloom Music Festival at Eleanor Tinsley Park | Saturday, March 24 and Sunday, March 25 – The former Free Press Summer Fest gets a new look and a new set of dates in what fans and organizers alike will hope also brings cooler weather. Beck and Incubus headline a lineup of over 50 bands for a festival in the shadow of Downtown. Single-day tickets begin at $79 with two-day passes available for $125, but you may find cheaper or better tickets on the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. Gates open at 11am.
- Robert Ellis at The Orange Show | Thursday, March 29 and Friday, March 30 – The longtime venue promoting visionary and creative arts welcomes Houston native Robert Ellis for a two-night engagement. His personal brand of songwriting over a blend of musical genres is likely to sell out both nights for the 200-capacity shows. Tickets are $20. 7pm.
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