Sing along with beloved music icons at these live shows and concerts around Houston from Monday, March 18 through Sunday, March 24, 2019.
Happening This Week
Also in March 2019
From DJs to Latin pop and rock icons, major global artists descend on Houston this week, including a celebration of the legendary David Bowie.
Top 12 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week
- P!nk, with Julia Michaels at Toyota Center | Tuesday, March 19 – Ahead of her April release of Hurts 2B Human, P!nk has extended her popular “Beautiful Trauma World Tour” with her third Houston date. Tickets range from $47.45 to $227.50, but you may find cheaper, better, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7:30pm.
- Eric Gales, with Cody Jasper at Rockefellers | Tuesday, March 19 – The one-time child prodigy guitarist performs at Rockefellers in support of his nineteenth studio album, The Bookends, release this past February. Tickets range from $12 to $35. 8pm.
- A Bowie Celebration: The David Bowie Alumni Tour at The Heights Theater | Wednesday, March 20 – Assembling several musicians that collaborated with the legendary David Bowie, this celebration of the chameleon-like icon includes many fan favorites of the late musician, played by those who knew him best. Tickets range from $48 to $352. 8pm.
- Nothing More, with Of Mice and Men, Badflower, Palisades at House of Blues | Wednesday, March 20 – The Grammy-nominated rock group from San Antonio continues touring in support of their acclaimed 2017 release, The Stories We Tell Ourselves. Tickets range from $26 to $50.50, but you may find better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 5:30pm.
- Amos Lee, with Ethan Gruska at Revention Music Center | Wednesday, March 20 – The folk-soul singer-songwriter known as Amos Lee arrives in Houston this week while on the My New Moon Tour, in support of his seventh studio album. Tickets range from $30 to more than $69. 7:30pm.
- Queensryche, with Fates Warning at House of Blues | Thursday, March 21 – With more than thirty million records sold, the hard rock group from the 1980s continues to garner a following throughout their storied career. With the recent release of The Verdict, Queensryche drops by Downtown for a night of heavy metal. Tickets range from $29.50 to $69.50, but you may find better or cheaper tickets on the TicketNetwork resale market. 7pm.
- Mudhoney, with Cherubs, Frog Hair at White Oak Music Hall | Friday, March 22 – One of the original grunge bands out of Seattle, Mudhoney arrives in Houston on the heels of releasing their tenth studio album, Digital Garbage. Tickets are $27. 8pm.
- DJ Tiesto, with Riddler, Wes Walz at Spire | Friday, March 22 – The legendary Dutch DJ and EDM Godfather plays a set at the Downtown nightclub. Tickets start at $70. 10pm.
- Shinyribs, with David Beck’s Tejano Weekend at The Heights Theater | Friday, March 22 – The country-soul collective from Austin graces the Heights Theater stage with a new album arriving later this year, Goin’ Home B/W He Said If I Be Lifted Up (Need to Know). Tickets are $22. 8pm.
- Mark C. Austin’s Birthday Charity Concert at The Heights Theater | Saturday, March 23 – Make your way to The Heights Theatre for a special birthday party and concert celebrating the 42nd birthday of Houston’s own Mark C. Austin. Tickets range from $18 to $288. 7pm.
- Death Grips at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday, March 23 – The cathartic rapping of MC Ride along with bombastic and intricate drumming by Zach Hill combine to form one of the most innovative industrial hip-hop groups of the last decade. Tickets are $25. 8pm.
- Ella Mai, with Kiana Lede, Lucky Daye at House of Blues | Sunday, March 24 – The British-born R&B artist has garnered multiple Grammy nominations in her young career and has risen to the top of the charts with her Gold-certified self-titled debut album. Tickets for her stop at House of Blues range from $27.50 to $45, but you may find better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
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