Raise your lighters to the bands at these must-see live music and concerts in Houston for July 2019.
Also in July 2019
Happening This Week
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers descend all over the city this month, including a postponed date from the highly anticipated Rolling Stones show.
Top 10 Concerts & Live Shows This Month: July 2019
- Chicago at Smart Financial Centre | Wednesday, July 3 – One of the best-selling rock groups of all time, this Hall of Fame band returns to Houston for a legendary night of their hits spanning across six decades. Tickets range from $79.50 to $125, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- Santana, with The Doobie Brothers at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Sunday, July 7 – The iconic Mexican guitarist returns with his twenty-fifth studio album, Africa Speaks, released in early June. Tickets range from $47 to $173, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- 21 Savage, with DaBaby at White Oak Music Hall | Friday, July 12 – After being detained by immigration authorities early in the year, 21 Savage now continues on his tour supporting his sophomore album, I Am > I Was, on the White Oak Lawn. Tickets range from $55 to $505 for VIP Meet & Greet opportunities, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 6:30pm.
- Diplo at Stereo Live | Saturday, July 13 – The award-winning EDM producer and DJ arrives in West Houston for a can’t-miss high-energy night of irresistible music. Tickets range from $49 to $69. 10pm.
- Yes, with Asia, John Lodge, Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy at Smart Financial Centre | Tuesday, July 16 – This best-of-British-rock show features heavy hitters from the ’70s and ’80s, with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees Yes leading the way. Tickets range from $49.50 to $99.50, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- Alejandro Escovedo at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck | Friday, July 19 – The Mexican-American songwriter blends genres of rock, country, and even punk into a performance that highlights personal struggles and the need for belonging based on his most recent release, The Crossing. He’ll play two intimate acoustic performances at the Mucky Duck in Montrose. Tickets are $40 in advance; $45 at the door, with seating and standing options available. 7pm and 9:30pm.
- Queen and Adam Lambert at Toyota Center | Wednesday, July 24 – If you’re still riding the high from the film Bohemian Rhapsody, then you’ll not want to miss this show-stopping performance of Queen’s greatest hits with Adam Lambert. Tickets range from $49.50 to $195, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- MNDSGN at Satellite Bar | Thursday, July 25 – The hip-hop producer on Stones Throw Records swings through Houston after releasing yet another beat mixtape, Snaxx, in April. Tickets are $15. 8pm.
- The Rolling Stones at NRG Stadium | Saturday, July 27 – Their first Houston show in more than a decade, the legendary musicians known as The Rolling Stones stop by NRG Stadium as part of their 13-city “No Filter Tour”. This is the rescheduled date from their original April 28 tour date. Tickets are expected to be in high demand, with remaining seats ranging from $67 to over $500, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7:30pm.
- Blink-182, with Lil Wayne, Neck Deep at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Wednesday, July 31 – Pop-punk pioneers team up with one of the biggest names in rap for a must-see concert in The Woodlands. Tickets range from $37.50 to $127.50, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
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