Top 25 Live Shows & Concerts This Month: September 2022

Lady Gaga brings a theatrical performance to Minute Maid Park | Courtesy of Lady Gaga

Snag your seats for our picks for the top concerts and live performances taking place across Houston in September 2022.

As we enter into the fall, the weather may start cooling down but the concert calendar is definitely heating up with a packed schedule in the city’s biggest venues.

We’ve gathered some of the highlights to be found on this month’s concert schedule.

Want to dig deeper for live concerts in Houston this month? Check the 365 Houston calendar for additional shows taking place across H-Town.

Top 25 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston: September 2022

Week of Monday, August 29

Grupo Firme play a packed NRG Stadium in September | Courtesy of Grupo Firme

Week of Monday, September 5

Stereolab stops by Houston for the first time in many years | Photo: Justin Jerkins/365Houston
  • Giveon at 713 Music Hall | Thursday, September 8 – The future of R&B is in good hands with baritone boss Giveon at the helm as he stops by Post Houston in support of his debut album, Give or Take. $55 and up. 8pm.
  • Along the Euphrates: The Music of Iraq and Syria at Hobby Center | Friday, September 9 – Immerse yourself in the music of one of the oldest cultures on earth as the National Arab Orchestra performs at Hobby’s Zilkha Hall. $85 and up. 8pm.
  • Houston Symphony presents Cirque de la Symphonie at Jones Hall | Friday, September 9 to Sunday, September 11 – Aerialists, balancers, contortionists oh my; there will be three opportunities over the weekend to lose yourself in the sights and sounds of this special family-friendly spectacle from the Houston Symphony. $29 and up. Times vary.
  • Panic! At the Disco at Toyota Center | Saturday, September 10 – The emo pop project of Brendon Urie is back on tour and better than ever following the release of their seventh studio album, Viva Las Vengeance. $30.50 and up. 7pm.
  • Jack Harlow with City Girls at 713 Music Hall | Saturday, September 10 – One of the hottest in the hip-hop game is making his way down south to the Bayou City in support of his newest release, Come Home the Kids Miss You. $56 and up. 7:45pm.
  • Stereolab at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday, September 10 – The dreamy avant pop group is stopping in Houston on their North American Tour in support of Pulse of the Early Brain, the fifth addition to their Switched On compilation series. $37.50 and up. 8pm.
  • Pitbull with Sean Paul at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Sunday, September 11 – Mr. Worldwide, Mr. 305 is bringing the party to the Woodlands, and you can’t stop him on his Can’t Stop Us Now Tour. $29 and up. 8pm.

Week of Monday, September 12

Sugar Land welcomes pop phenom Alicia Keys in September | Courtesy of Alicia Keys
  • Lady Gaga at Minute Maid Park | Tuesday, September 13 – Mother Monster comes to Houston in support of her cyberpunk and house music–infused smash 2020 release, Chromatica. $56 and up. 7:30pm.
  • Michael Bublé at Toyota Center | Tuesday, September 13 – Classic crooner Michael Bublé flies away to Houston as part of his Higher tour, celebrating his eleventh studio album. $65 and up. 8pm.
  • Alicia Keys at Smart Financial Centre | Tuesday, September 13 – American activist, singer, actor and songwriter, Alicia Keys is in town to share music from her two most recent albums, Alicia and Keys in her first live tour in almost ten years. $39 and up. 8pm.
  • Twenty-One Pilots at Toyota Center | Wednesday, September 14 – The Grammy Award–winning pop duo are keeping cool in this summer heat at the Toyota Center on their Icy Tour supporting sixth studio album, Scaled and Icy. $39.50 and up. 8pm.
  • Joji at 713 Music Hall | Wednesday, September 14 – Japanese atmospheric pop icon, Joji is cruising to the H on his Smithereens tour which precedes the artist’s upcoming third studio album of the same name. $122 and up. 8pm.
  • Earth, Wind, and Fire at Smart Financial Centre | Wednesday, September 14 – You’ll remember the fourteenth day of September when the mighty elements roll into town, fresh off of Santana’s Miraculous Supernatural Tour. $49 and up. 8pm.
  • Daddy Yankee at Toyota Center | Thursday, September 15 – El Rey de Reggaeton prepares to say “Adios por la última vez,” as he is retiring from music, when he comes through Houston on his La Última Vuelta Tour. $61 and up. 8pm.
  • Sammy Hagar & the Circle at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Friday, September 16 – The Red Rocker himself along with his rock royalty band, The Circle, comes to town touting his newest release, Crazy Times. “Bad to the Bone” rocker George Thorogood will support. $18 and up. 7:30pm.
  • Houston Jazz Festival presents The Cookers & Nellie McKay at Miller Outdoor Theatre | Saturday, September 17 | FREE – Jazz greats The Cookers and Nellie McKay come together in this unmissable demonstration of hard bop jazz as part of the two-week Houston Jazz Festival. 8pm.
  • Scorpions with Thundermother at Toyota Center | Saturday, September 17 – Get that leather vest ready because Scorpions are coming to rock Hou like a hurricane on their Rock Believer World Tour. $32 and up. 6:45pm.

Week of Monday, September 19

Hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan join with Nas for a September show | Courtesy of Wu-Tang Clan
  • Bauhaus at 713 Music Hall | Wednesday, September 21 – The goth rock legends make their way to Houston as part of their 2022 Reunion Tour. $24 and up. 8pm.
  • Thundercat at House of Blues | Thursday, September 22 – Fresh off a tour with Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Strokes, your fave’s fave, Thundercat moseys over to House of Blues with tunes from his latest release, What It Is. $35 and up. 7pm.
  • Wu-Tang Clan and Nas at Toyota Center | Saturday, September 24 – Hip-hop prophets Wu-Tang Clan are bringing Nas and big apple vibes to the H on their New York State of Mind Tour. $39.50 and up. 7pm.
  • ZZ Top at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Sunday, September 25 – Houston’s own true southern rock band, ZZ Top, is coming home on their Raw Whisky Tour in support of their unique newest release, Raw: ‘That Lil Ol’ Band from Texas’, that also serves as tribute to the late vocalist and bassist, Dusty Hill. $22 and up. 6:30pm

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