Act quickly to snag your seats to these must-see live shows and concerts around Houston from Monday, July 22 through Sunday, July 28, 2019.
Some of the year’s biggest shows in Houston land this week with Queen and The Rolling Stones taking top honors. Elsewhere around town, you’ll find K-pop, hip hop, and a throwback to the 90s filling out your concert schedule.
Happening This Week
Also in July 2019
Top 10 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week
- 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.
- Shawn Mendes, with Alesia Cara at Toyota Center | Thursday, July 24 – The chart-topping pop singer arrives as part of his third global tour in support of his 2018 No. 1 self-titled album. Tickets range from $29.50 to $89.50, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7:30pm.
- 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.
- Los Skarnales, with Tiki Bandits at The Heights Theater | Friday, July 26 – The Houston-based nine-piece have been genre-bending for over twenty years, creating a unique blend of ska, cumbia, reggae, and punk. They appear with the Las Vegas-based Tiki Bandits. Tickets are $18. 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.
- Third Eye Blind, with Jimmy Eat World, Ra Ra Riot at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Saturday, July 27 – The “Semi-Charmed Life” group that punctuated the late ’90s returns for a tour with indie-rock groups Jimmy Eat World and Ra Ra Riot. Tickets start at $25, but you may find cheaper or better seats using on TicketNetwork’s online marketplace. 7pm.
- Blue October, Robert DeLong, Ben Kweller, and Morgxn at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday, July 27 – Benefiting the Houston Police Officers’ Union, Houston’s Music and Arts Festival is also offering up food trucks, haircuts from East End Barbers, and tattoo artists on site. Tickets start at $39.50 in advance, $45 at the door, but you may find cheaper or better seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 2pm.
- Monsta X at Smart Financial Centre | Saturday, July 27 – The K-pop superstars land stateside for a nationwide tour in support of their early-2019 release, Take.2 We Are Here. Tickets are in extremely limited supply with remaining seats costing more than $350, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- Cage the Elephant and Beck, with Spoon, Wild Belle at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Sunday, July 28 – Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Beck teams up with Cage the Elephant to co-headline “The Night Running Tour”. Tickets start at $25, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 6pm.
- Slightly Stoopid, with Tribal Seeds, Matisyahu, HIRIE at White Oak Music Hall | Sunday, July 28 – Now in their third decade of music-making, Slightly Stoopid joins with an eclectic mix of openers for the “How I Spent My Summer Vacation 2019 Tour”. Tickets start at $33, but you may find better or cheaper tickets using TicketNetwork’s online marketplace. 4pm.
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