Claim your spot near the stage for these live shows and concerts around Houston for the week of Monday, November 5 through Sunday, November 11, 2018.
Happening This Week
Also in November 2018
From hip-hop to pop and everywhere in between, genres across the spectrum are represented in a busy slate of shows taking place around town this week.
For those trying to mind a budget, Discovery Green features a world-class jazz pianist at a free show as part of the Bayou City Music Series.
Top 10 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week
- Twenty One Pilots at Toyota Center | Tuesday, November 6 – The duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have played to sold-out shows across the nation in support of their chart-topping October release, Trench. Tickets for their show start at $125 and are likely to sell out, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- Tech N9ne, with Futuristic, Dizzy Wright at House of Blues | Wednesday, November 7 – After founding his own record label, Strange Music, back in 1999, the hip-hop lyricist known as Tech N9ne has released twenty studio albums, including his March 2018 release, Planet. Tickets for his show at House of Blues range from $29.50 to $55. 7pm.
- Paul Cauthen, with Chris Shiflett at The Heights Theater | Thursday, November 8 – Indie musician and Texas troubadour Paul Cauthen stops by the Heights neighborhood playing cuts from his critically-acclaimed album, Sons of Fathers. Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett opens this all-ages show. Tickets are $15. 7pm.
- Kyle, with Marc E. Bassy, Tobi Lou at House of Blues | Thursday, November 8 – Blowing up over the summer, Kyle has made his mark on the scene with his May debut album, Light of Mine which includes his hit single “iSpy” with Lil Yachty. Tickets for this show range from $27.50 to $35. 7pm.
- Billy Gibbons, Matt Sorum, & Austin Hanks at Revention Music Center | Friday, November 9 – The Big Bad Blues Tour rolls through Houston this month and brings with it Billy Gibbons of the legendary Texas group, ZZ Top. He’ll be joined by Guns N’ Roses drummer Matt Sorum and the country-soul artist, Austin Hanks. Tickets range from $35 to over $100, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork resale market. 7pm.
- Blues Traveler, with Con Brio at House of Blues | Saturday, November 10 – Bursting onto the scene in 1995 with their first charted hit “Run-Around”, Blues Traveler has made a name for themselves over the last few decades by incorporating blues, folk, and psychedelia into their improvisational live shows. Tickets range from $30 to $59.50, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- Bayou City Music Series: Houston Blues, Jazz, and Soul at Discovery Green | Saturday, November 10 | FREE – The final show of the fall season of Bayou City Music Series gathers Houston-native jazz pianist James Francies along with Diunna Greenleaf. Francies is known as an up-and-coming prodigious talent, featuring often alongside The Roots and numerous jazz legends. 7pm.
- Hippo Campus, with The Districts at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday, November 10 – Following their meteoric rise from shows at Austin’s SXSW to a debut on Conan O’Brien, Hippo Campus have released their second album, Bambi, in late September to positive reviews. Tickets start at $23. 8pm.
- Wye Oak, with Thor and Friends at Rockefellers | Sunday, November 11 – The dreamy pop sounds of Andy Stack and Jenn Wasner have produced six studio albums including their recent, The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs. Tickets for this show start at $15. 8pm.
- Billy Joe Shaver at The Heights Theater | Sunday, November 11 – The Texas-grown country music singer-songwriter has compiled a long list of country standards dating back five decades and has been going strong ever since to the delight of his peers. Tickets range from $22 to $168. 7pm.
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