Hear your favorite tunes at these must-see live music and concerts in Houston for November 2019.
Also in November 2019
Happening This Week
This month, Houston’s own Travis Scott returns with his sure-to-sell-out curated music festival, while Latin legends and singer-songwriter icons find their way to stages across town.
Top 10 Concerts & Live Shows This Month: November 2019
- Khruangbin at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday, November 2 – The Houston trio is known for their distinct psychedelia-slash-funk sound, bursting onto the scene with their critically acclaimed 2018 release, Con Todo El Mundo. This year, they’ve followed it up with Hasta El Cielo and will play a hometown show that’s expected to sell out. Tickets are $29.50 in advance, $35 day of the show, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get tickets using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- Young Thung, with Machine Gun Kelly at NRG Arena | Saturday, November 2 – After the mid-summer release of his first US number-one album, So Much Fun, Young Thug hits the road with one of his collaborators, Machine Gun Kelly, on a North American tour. Tickets start at $18, but you may find cheaper or better seats on TicketNetwork’s resale site. 8pm.
- Post Malone at Toyota Center | Tuesday, November 5 – The Grammy-winning rapper graces the stage at Toyota Center for a performance in support of his number-one album released in September, Hollywood’s Bleeding. Tickets range from $83.50 to $203.50, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- Mana at Toyota Center | Friday, November 8 – One of the most prolific bands in the world, Maná has added a second Houston date on their “Rayando El Sol Tour”, in honor of their 1989 breakout hit. Tickets start at $29.50, before ticketing fees, but you may also find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats on TicketNetwork’s resale market. 8pm.
- Kurt Vile & The Violators, with Dinosaur Jr. at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday, November 9 – The former War on Drugs guitarist Kurt Vile most recently dropped his eighth studio album, Bottle It In, to follow up his 2017 collaboration with Courtney Barnett, Lotta Sea Lice. He’ll be playing with his backing band at White Oak, with Dinosaur Jr. in support. Tickets are $35 in advance, but you may find better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7pm.
- Astroworld Festival featuring Travis Scott at NRG Park | Saturday, November 9 – Travis Scott returns with his curated music festival near the site of the former Astroworld amusement park. The lineup will be dropping soon and tickets are known to sell out fast. Tickets for general admission start at $149. Noon.
- The Black Keys, with Modest Mouse, Shannon and the Clams at Toyota Center | Tuesday, November 12 – Following a five-year hiatus, Jay Carney and Dan Auerbach have reformed as The Black Keys, dropping their ninth album Let’s Rock in late June. They’ll be joined by indie rock group Modest Mouse, who have been releasing new singles of their own lately. Tickets start at $54.50, before ticketing fees, but you may also find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats on TicketNetwork’s resale market. 7pm.
- Willie Nelson & Family at Smart Financial Centre | Monday, November 18 – At the age of 86, Willie Nelson returns to Sugar Land to play long-time fan favorites and songs from his latest album, Ride Me Back Home, the sixty-ninth solo album from this Texas singer-songwriter legend. Tickets range from $59.50 to $125, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- Incubus, with Le Butcherettes at Revention Music Center | Sunday, November 24 – Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of their platinum-selling album Make Yourself, Incubus makes a stop in Houston as part of their 39-city tour across the country, performing hits from their deep catalog. Tickets range from $119 to over $400, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- Freddie Gibbs, with Cousin Stizz at Warehouse Live | Friday, November 29 – After the late-June release of his second studio album with Madlib, Bandana, Freddie Gibbs has begun his “Album of the Year Tour” in support—making a pretty good case for the accolade with his chart-climbing record. Tickets range from $26 to $85, but you may find better or cheaper tickets using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
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