Groove to the swampy blues of Tab Benoit in concert at Miller Outdoor Theatre

Catch a free show of Delta swamp blues when Tab Benoit and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band head to Miller Outdoor Theatre on Friday, October 14, 2022.

Houston’s historic open-air pavilion hosts a night that showcases the sounds of Louisiana when Tab Benoit brings his award-winning blues-playing to the Miller Outdoor stage, joined by NOLA’s influential Second Line-style ensemble, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band.

Together, the internationally recognized musicians provide a free, fall night of blues and jazz-infused tunes that you can catch from a covered seat or sprawled out on the lawn.

As always, all shows and performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are completely free.

Finding Your Seat at Miller Outdoor Theatre

There are two types of seating at Miller Outdoor Theatre: covered seating and hillside seating. Both are free, but covered seating does require an assigned ticket. 

You can get your tickets online one day prior to the performance date, beginning at 10am, until noon on the day of the performance.

Learn more.

Tab Benoit & the Dirty Dozen Brass Band in Concert at Miller Outdoor Theatre

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