Stake out a spot near the stage for these live shows and concerts around Houston for the week of Monday, September 3 through Sunday, September 9, 2018.
Happening This Week
Also in September 2018
This week starts off by wrapping up a massive classic rock doubleheader, while the weekend features a huge bill of powerful female singers coming together in the name of empowerment.
Top 9 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week
- Journey & Def Leppard at Toyota Center | 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.
- Houston Symphony presents Rebels, Raiders, & Superman: A Tribute to John Williams 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.
- Blessthefall, with The Word Alive, Ded, Thousand Below, A War Within at White Oak Music Hall | Thursday, September 6 – The American metalcore band returned in March with their sixth studio album, Hard Feelings. This bill is packed with the pulse-pounding riffs of several metal acts. Tickets are $18 in advance; $20 day of show. 6pm.
- Zedd at Stereo Live | Friday, September 7 – The Russian-German DJ producer has cut tracks with some of the hugest names, including “Break Free” with Ariana Grande. Ahead of his third studio album, Zedd arrives in Houston and you can grab a seat with tickets ranging from $70 to $93, but you may be able to find better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 10pm.
- Alice in Chains, with Starbenders at Revention Music Center | Friday, September 7 – While original lead singer Layne Staley passed away in 2002, the storied rock band has continued to perform around William DuVall in his place. With their brand new August release, Rainier Fog, Alice in Chains has shown it still has staying power after all these years. Tickets are $55 but you may find better or cheaper tickets on the TicketNetwork online market. 7pm.
- Dru Hill, with Sisqo, Nokio, Tao, Jazz at House of Blues | Friday, September 7 – Celebrating the 20th anniversary of their double-platinum release, Enter the Dru, the R&B group plays the House of Blues, along with a set by “Thong Song” artist, Sisqo. Tickets range from $30 to $59.50, but you may spot better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork resale marketplace. 7pm.
- Luke Bryan, with Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Friday, September 7 – Across his eight studio albums, Luke Bryan has racked up fourteen number-one hits and sold millions of records worldwide. This country and western super set takes the stage in the heart of the Woodlands. Tickets range from $29 to $90.75, but you may be able to find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- Yuridia at Arena Theatre | Saturday, September 8 – The Mexican vocalist has consistently charted around the world and claimed two diamond albums to her name, the first time for a Mexican artist in 15 years. Tickets range from $46 to $110, but you may find better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork online market. 8:30pm.
- Shawn Colvin, with Amy Cook at The Heights Theater | Sunday, September 9 – In the 27 years since the release of her debut album, the beloved female singer/songwriter has won three Grammy Awards, released eleven albums, and written a critically acclaimed memoir. Austin musician Amy Cook opens. Tickets start at $26. 7pm.
Find More Things to Do in Houston All Year Long
Be sure to subscribe to our free Weekend Guide email to receive a round-up of great things to do this weekend in Houston in your inbox every Thursday. If you don’t want to miss a thing, you can also opt in to our Daily Update emails (emailed six days a week).