Top 12 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week: September 5 to 11, 2022

Jazz singer Somi performs a tribute to Miriam Makeba at Miller Outdoor | Courtesy of Somi

Catch music’s biggest talents at these must-see live shows and concerts around Houston from Monday, September 5 through Sunday, September 11, 2022.

This week, take in performances from award-winning international artists, pop music headliners, indie rock extraordinaires, and more.

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 12 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week

  • Hiyatus Kaiyote at House of Blues | Wednesday, September 7 – The Australian neo-soul quartet is bringing the funky jazz tunes from their 2021 release, Mood Valiant, to the House of Blues—all you have to do is groove. $35 and up. 7pm.
  • Warren Zeiders at White Oak Music Hall | Thursday, September 8 – The backwoods breakout country star rides into the Magnolia City fresh off the heels of his first gold-certified record, Ride the Lightning. $20 and up. 7pm.
  • 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.
  • Alemán at House of Blues | Friday, September 9 – Mexican rapper Alemán is cruising the USA in support of his 2021 album, Huracán, so, batten down the hatches because he’s coming to House of Blues and his west coast rap vibes are sure to blow the roof off. $20 and up. 7pm.
  • 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 in Concert 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.
  • Alec Benjamin at Bayou Music Center | Saturday, September 10 – Burgeoning indie pop star Alec Benjamin is in town in support of his second studio album, (Un)Commentary; a picture of vulnerability, honesty, and what it’s like to struggle with mental health. $19 and up. 8pm.
  • DaCamera​​​​​​​ presents Somi’s Zenzile: The Reimagination of Miriam Makeba at Miller Outdoor Theatre | Saturday, September 10 | FREE – Silky-voiced jazz singer Somi brings music from her stunning album in tribute to activist and South African artist Miriam Makeba, inviting listeners to immerse themselves in an auricular journey traversing her African and American roots. 8pm.
  • Stereolab in Concert 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 in Concert at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Sunday, September 10 – 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.

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