Catch music’s biggest talents at these must-see live shows and concerts around Houston from Monday, March 13 to Sunday, 19, 2023.
This week, the Houston Rodeo wraps up with its final slate of concerts, plus you can catch a glimpse of more live music happenings in Houston with our guide to a packed week of live shows.
Check out our Houston Rodeo concerts guide for more upcoming shows this week.
Want to dig deeper for live concerts in Houston this month? Check the 365 Houston calendar for additional shows happening across H-Town.
Top 20 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week
- Theory of a Deadman at Bayou Music Center | Tuesday, March 14 – The Canadian alternative rock band is getting back to their hard rock roots, coming through the Bayou City with their new record, Dinosaur. Skillet opens the show. $35 and up. 7pm.
- Preservation Hall Jazz Band: 60th Anniversary Celebration at Jones Hall | Tuesday, March 14 – The quintessential New Orleans legends of jazz, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, are celebrating their diamond anniversary by making a musical pilgrimage across the states, stopping in the H along the way. $29 and up. 7:30pm.
- RodeoHouston: Machine Gun Kelly at NRG Stadium | Tuesday, March 14 – The Houston-born rock and roll rap star, MGK is coming to make his Rodeo stage debut. $25 and up, but you may find better, cheaper or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 9pm.
- King Tuff at White Oak Music Hall | Wednesday, March 15 – The neo-psychedelic garage rocker will be at White Oak Music Hall showing his musical range with tunes from his 2023 release, Smalltown Stardust. $20 and up. 7pm.
- Performing Arts Houston presents Randall Goosby at Hobby Center | Wednesday, March 15 – The violinist virtuoso, a protégé of Itzhak Perlman, comes to Downtown to perform works by William Grant Still, Beethoven and more. $19 and up. 7:30pm.
- RodeoHouston: Kenny Chesney at NRG Stadium | Wednesday, March 15 – The singer-songwriter, guitarist, producer, philanthropist, and one of the absolute biggest names in country music is returning to the Rodeo stage for a lucky seventh headlining appearance. $25 and up, but you may find better, cheaper or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 9pm.
- New Order at 713 Music Hall | Thursday, March 16 – The seminal new wave synth pop band from England is gracing the 713 stage at Post Houston, bringing a lifetime of hits with them. $99 and up. 8pm.
- RodeoHouston: Chris Stapleton at NRG Stadium | Thursday, March 16 – For the fifth time, the country-pop crossover brings hits like “Tennessee Whiskey,” “Broken Halos” and “Starting Over” to his headlining performance at the Rodeo. $25 and up, but you may find better, cheaper or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 9pm.
- Moon 2 Mars Festival Concerts at Space Center Houston | Thursday, March 16 to Sunday, March 19 – The week-long celebration of space and NASA’s Artemis missions comes to a close with four days of headlining concerts from American Idol winner David Cook on Thursday; alt-rockers Sister Hazel on Friday; Grammy-winning artist Rick Springfield on Saturday; and Bidi Bidi Banda, a Selena tribute band, on Sunday afternoon. $44.95 and up; $39.95 for ages 4 to 11; free for ages 3 and under. 5:30pm; Sunday at 3pm.
- Alter Bridge at 713 Music Hall | Friday, March 17 – The American rock and alternative band from Florida is taking over the 713 stage with music from their 2022 release, Pawns & Kings. $35 and up. 7:30pm.
- Marco Antonio Solís at Smart Financial Centre | Friday, March 17 – The Mexican musician and Los Bukis frontman, the one and only Marco Antonio Solís will be shutting the stage down in Sugar Land when he comes through on his El Buki World Tour. $55.50 and up. 8pm.
- RodeoHouston: Cody Johnson at NRG Stadium | Friday, March 17 – Headlining on St. Patrick’s Day, the country artist known for songs like “‘Til You Can’t” and “Dear Rodeo” gets his fifth concert on the main stage, to help close out the final weekend. $25 and up, but you may find better, cheaper or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 9pm.
- RodeoHouston: Brad Paisley at NRG Stadium | Saturday, March 18 – One of country music’s best-selling, chart-topping, showered-in-awards singers, Brad Paisley returns to the Rodeo stage to close out Saturday night. $25 and up, but you may find better, cheaper or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 6pm.
- Coco & Clair Clair at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday, March 18 – The young dream pop duo catching the eyes and ears of your favorite rapper are kicking off the North American leg of their tour by stopping at White Oak Music hall, with support from Grandma. Tickets are sold out at the venue, but waitlist is available. 7pm.
- Cix at Bayou Music Center | Saturday, March 18 – The K-Pop wave, by way of the incredibly popular band Cix, will be slamming into the Gulf Coast, bringing dance fever to the Bayou City when the group rolls through Houston on their second world tour. $69 and up. 7:30pm.
- The Hot Sardines: Special 100th Anniversary Celebration at Miller Outdoor Theatre | Saturday, March 18 | FREE – The opening weekend of Miller Outdoor Theatre’s centennial season gets rolling with a special performance and celebration of timeless jazz by the Hot Sardines. Come early—from 6pm to 8pm—for a roaring ’20s-themed celebration with Vaudeville performers, swing dance lessons, photo ops and more. 8pm.
- National Arab Orchestra: Treasures of the East at Hobby Center | Saturday, March 18 – Celebrate the timeless classics of the Arab world with the National Arab Orchestra and special guest artists, Ranine Chaar and Mohamed Mohsen. $55 and up. 8pm.
- Jazzy Sundays: Stretch, with Vanguard Collective at Emancipation Park | Sunday, March 19 | FREE – Celebrate Houston’s undeniable contribution to jazz culture by visiting the Third Ward park for a free concert series featuring the H-Town-based Vanguard Collective, led by saxophone virtuoso Eddie Matthews, and headlined by Stretch, a four-piece funk, fusion and rock band from right here in Texas. 5pm to 7pm.
- RodeoHouston: Luke Bryan at NRG Stadium | Sunday, March 19 – Making his 10th appearance, country artist Luke Bryan closes out the final night of the 2023 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. $25 and up, but you may find better, cheaper or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 6pm.
- Indigo De Souza at the Secret Group | Sunday, March 19 – The indie rock singer-songwriter brings tunes from her forthcoming album, All of This Will End, to the East Downtown stage. $18 and up. 8pm.
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