Get these dates circled for live shows and concerts around Houston the week of Monday, June 11 to Sunday, June 17, 2018.
Happening This Week
Also in June 2018
Legends of punk, classic rock, and metal all arrive in Houston this week making for a busy live show schedule.
Several shows this week can also help fill your calendar for a ticket price that won’t break the bank.
Top 10 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week
- Earthless with Here Lies Man at White Oak Music Hall | Tuesday, June 12 – If psychedelic jam bands are your thing, then get to White Oak Music Hall early this week for the instrumental stylings of Earthless, fresh off a March release, Black Heaven. Their live shows burst with improvisation providing a unique experience each time you see them live. Tickets are $10, but you may find better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- Maps & Atlases with Prism Tats at White Oak Music Hall | Thursday, June 14 – The indie rock group from Chicago have musically evolved over their 14-year career, resulting in Lightlessness is Nothing New, released at the beginning of the month. Their first album in six years, Maps & Atlases promises a glorious return to touring and music-making. Tickets start at $13, but you may find better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 8pm.
- The Glitch Mob with Elohim at White Oak Music Hall | Thursday, June 14 – The electronica three-piece from LA plays the downstairs room at White Oak for a midweek show. Known for their chaotic, “glitch” elements, the group excels at live-shows and promises a digital trip for fans in attendance. Tickets start at $20, but you may spot better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- John Doe with Vodi at Discovery Green | Thursday, June 14 | FREE – A co-founder of LA punk band X, John Doe plays a free show at Discovery Green in the heart of Downtown. Joining him will be local indie band, Vodi. 7pm.
- The Eagles and Chris Stapleton at Minute Maid Park | Friday, June 15 – One of the most commercially successful rock bands of all time, The Eagles land at Minute Maid Park for one night during their massive stadium tour. Nashville recording artist Chris Stapleton returns after his packed-house night at Rodeo Houston in March. Tickets start at $69.50, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- The Jerry Douglas Band at The Heights Theater | Friday, June 15 – With a career spanning four decades, Jerry Douglas has laid his influence across bluegrass and country music. His 2017 album, What If, brings jazz into his musical blend and places him in position to secure his fifteenth Grammy. Tickets start at $22. 7:30pm.
- Post Malone, 21 Savage, SOB x RBE, Gunna, Paris at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Friday, June 15 – Bursting onto the rap scene in 2015 with White Iverson, Post Malone has seen a surging fame that shows little signs of slowing down. As he works to finish his third album, Post Malone hits the road accompanied by 21 Savage and others at Cynthia Woods. Tickets start at $129, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 7pm.
- Holy Wave, Ringo Deathstarr, Flower Graves at Rockefellers | Saturday, June 16 – The surfy drone of Holy Wave combined with the biting rock of Ringo Deathstarr makes for a night full of hypnotic riffs on Washington Ave. Local psychedelia group Flower Graves opens. Tickets start at $12. 7pm.
- Ledisi with Melanie Fiona, Tweet at House of Blues | Saturday, June 16 – Landing at House of Blues this weekend, the twelve-time Grammy nominated R&B recording artist, Ledisi, brings songs from her critically acclaimed late-2017 release, Let Love Rule. Tickets range from $39.50 to $69.50, but you may spot better or cheaper tickets on the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- Slayer, Lamb of God, Anthrax, Behemoth, Testament, Burn the Priest at Smart Financial Centre | Sunday, June 17 – A huge slate of legendary metal bands comes to Sugar Land for head-banging, hair-whipping, high-adrenaline performances to cap off Father’s Day. Tickets start at $39.50 and this may sell out, but you might find hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 5pm.
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