Make sure not to miss out on these must-see shows and concerts around Houston during September 2018.
Also in September 2018
Happening This Week
September offers a slate of shows jam-packed with legendary favorites, global superstars, and a Queen from Houston.
On top of that, fans will get a few chances to see some of the biggest shows this month that are booked for double (or triple) dates.
Top 15 Concerts & Live Shows This Month: September 2018
- Journey & Def Leppard at Toyota Center | Saturday, September 1 & Monday, September 3 – Two of the world’s legendary rock bands host two nights of hits from their extensive catalogs of favorites. Journey closes the first performance with Def Leppard wrapping up Monday night’s must-see show. Tickets range from $49.50 to $179.50, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 7pm.
- Rebels, Raiders, & Superman: A Tribute to John Williams, featuring Houston Symphony at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Tuesday, September 4 – Presented by the Houston Symphony, this tribute to legendary film composer, John Williams, encompasses his career from the sheet music of Star Wars, to Indiana Jones and Jurassic Park. Mezzanine and lawn seating is free for this event; orchestra seating is $20. 7pm.
- Rise Against, with AFI, Anti-Flag at Revention Music Center | Wednesday, September 12 – A major triple bill of punk rock hits Downtown’s Revention Music Center, with Rise Against headlining in support of their 2017 release, Wolves. They’ll be joined by the influential AFI and Anti-Flag. Tickets range from $51 to $120. 6pm.
- Al Di Meola at The Heights Theater | Friday, September 14 – The famed jazz guitarist arrives to the Heights for a performance touting his newest release, Opus, from February 2018. Tickets range from $34 to $150. 7pm.
- The Crystal Method at Warehouse Live (Studio) | Saturday, September 15 – One of the pioneering electronica duos, The Crystal Method has been churning out thumping rhythms since 1993. Tickets are $19 advance; $22 day of show. 9pm.
- Beyoncé & Jay-Z at NRG Stadium | Saturday, September 15 and Sunday, September 16 – Following the surprise album release of Everything Is Love, the Carters have reemerged for their next collaborative world tour, dubbed the On the Run II Tour. Featuring a double-date weekend engagement in Houston, hometown fans will get an extra chance to show Queen Bey some love. Tickets range from $79 to over $320, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7:30pm.
- Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience, featuring Ramin Djawadi at Toyota Center | Monday, September 17 – Fans of the Emmy-winning HBO series are in for a treat as famed show composer, Ramin Djawadi, leads an orchestra and choir through music from all seven seasons of the hit television show. Along with a custom stage design, dazzling visuals, and footage from the show, this performance is can’t-miss territory for Thrones fans. Tickets range from $39.50 to $99.50, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- Childish Gambino, with Rae Sremmurd at Toyota Center | Saturday, September 22 – With awards piling up for his innovative work in television and movies, Childish Gambino set the tone for the summer by releasing his single, This is America, in May. Tickets to this highly sought-after show range from $49.50 to $129.50, before ticketing fees, but you may find cheaper of better seats on the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 7pm.
- Yo La Tengo at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday, September 22 – Pioneers of the indie rock movement, Yo La Tengo is now touring their fifteenth studio album, There’s a Riot Going On. Tickets are $22 in advance; $25 day of show. 8pm.
- Ozzy Osbourne, with Stone Sour at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Friday, September 28 – Ozzy embarks on another farewell tour, this time accompanied by Zakk Wylde on guitar, and Stone Sour for an opening act. The world tour performances aim to celebrate the five decades of music making by the Prince of Darkness. Tickets range from $35 to $250, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats on the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 6:30pm.
- Interpol, with Sunflower Bean at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday, September 29 – In between temporary hiatus and solo projects, Interpol hasn’t made many appearances on tour in recent years. That changes this month as they visit Houston for the first time in a very long while. Tickets are selling fast, with remaining seats available for $32.50. 7pm.
- Taylor Swift, with Camila Cabello, Charli XCX at NRG Stadium | Saturday, September 29 – The 53-date world tour that has been rocking stadiums around the globe comes to Houston, in support of Swift’s late-2017 release, Reputation. Tickets range from $162 to over $800, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats on the TicketNetwork resale market. 7pm.
- Ms. Lauryn Hill, with Shabazz Palaces, Patoranking at Smart Financial Centre | Saturday, September 29 – Ms. Lauryn Hill hits the road in celebration of the 20th anniversary of The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, still lauded as one of the greatest albums of all time. Tickets range from $29.50 to $199.99, but you might find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get tickets on the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 6:30pm.
- Drake, with Migos at Toyota Center | Saturday, September 29, Sunday, September 30, and Tuesday, October 2 – After blazing up the charts for another No. 1 release with Scorpion, Drake hits the road for the “Aubrey and The Three Migos Tour”. Now with a third performance added in Houston, fans will have even more opportunity to catch the Canadian sensation, supported by Atlanta trap rap superstars, Migos. Tickets range from $59.50 to $199.50, before ticketing fees, but you may find cheaper of better seats on the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 6pm.
- Florence + The Machine, with Kamasi Washington at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Sunday, September 30 – With the late-June release of High as Hope, the indie pop outfit fronted by Florence Welch returns to Houston, supported by the heralded jazz saxophonist, Kamasi Washington. Tickets range from $39.50 to $99.50, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 6pm.
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