Top 17 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week: September 25 to October 1, 2023

Guitarist Slash smiles while performing on stage
Guns 'N' Roses takes over Minute Maid Park this week | Courtesy of Guns 'N' Roses

Catch music’s biggest talents at these must-see live shows and concerts around Houston from Monday, September 25 to Sunday, October 1, 2023.

This week, catch a classic rock band at the ballpark, an award-winning duet at Asia Society, a free Saturday festival in Conroe, the thrills of salsa at Miller Outdoor, and more.

Fill your week with a mix of genres and jams hitting stages across the Greater Houston area.

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

Top 17 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week

  • Loona at Smart Financial Centre | Tuesday, September 26 – The newest iteration of K-Pop sensation Loona, dubbed Loona Assemble, debuts in a 10-city United States tour that brings them through Houston, marking a new era for the Korean girl group. $82 and up. 7:30pm.
  • Divino Niño at Axelrad | Tuesday, September 26 | FREE – The psychedelic dream pop five-piece from Chicago takes to the outdoor garden stage at Axelrad, loaded with songs from their 2022 album, Last Spa on Earth. 8pm.
  • Todrick Hall House of Blues | Wednesday, September 27 – The iconic choreographer and singer, who’s appeared on RuPaul’s Drag Race, The Masked Singer, and as a runner-up on Celebrity Big Brother, Todrick Hall comes through Downtown with songs from his latest, Jim. $32.50 and up. 7pm.
  • Becky G at Smart Financial Centre | Wednesday, September 27 – Fresh off the release of her third studio album, 2023’s Esquinas, the hip-hop, pop, and reggaeton princess is bringing all the energy to Sugar Land when she pops through. $68 and up. 8pm.
  • Guns N’ Roses at Minute Maid Park | Thursday, September 28 – The OGs of heavy metal rock and roll, GNR, are winding down their massive We’re F’N’ Back! Tour and are doing a show with ’90s grunge rock superstars Alice in Chains on the Astros’ home turf. $24 and up. 6pm.
  • Youth Lagoon at White Oak Music Hall | Thursday, September 28 – After a seven-year hiatus, Trevor Powers returns as Youth Lagoon, stopping by the White Oak upstairs stage to perform songs from his new album, Heaven Is a Junkyard. $25. 8pm.
  • Richie Goods & Chien Chien Lu present Connected at Asia Society Texas | Friday, September 29 – Jazz-funk bassist Richie Goods and vibraphonist, percussionist and composer Chien Chien Lu collaborated on their album, Connected, which resulted from the discussions they had during the pandemic about Black Lives Matter and anti-Asian violence. The result is a thought-provoking, uplifting series of musical selections, which was named Best Instrumental Album at the 34th Golden Melody Awards. $25. 7pm.
  • Tate Mcrae at Bayou Music Center | Friday, September 29 – The Downtown venue welcome pop artist Tate McRae, who comes by just days after the release of Greedy. $88.50 and up. 7pm.
  • Karbachtoberfest: The Suffers at Karbach Brewing Company | Friday, September 29 | FREE – The Spring Branch brewery rolls into Week 2 of their Oktoberfest celebration with a Friday night set from the Suffers. 7:30pm.
  • Los Huracanes del Norte at Arena Theatre | Friday, September 29 – The regional Mexican band with more than 900 song releases under their belt since 1969 will take to the Southwest Houston stage for a night of the band’s best hits. $49 and up. 8pm.
  • Ne-Yo at Smart Financial Centre | Friday, September 29 – The Grammy-winning R&B musician is joined by Mario and Pleasure P for a night of the Champagne & Roses Tour in Sugar Land. $69 and up. 8pm.
  • Joji at Toyota Center | Friday, September 29 – Supporting his 2022 album Smithereens, the Japanese singer-songwriter kicks off his Pandemonium Tour with its opening night in Houston. $39 and up. 8pm.
  • Tash Sultana at 713 Music Hall | Friday, September 29 – The Australian singer-songwriter returns to the states on their 2023 North American Tour, touting the new EP release, Sugar, which follows up the 2021 full-length, Terra Firma. $45 and up. 8pm.
  • Houston Country, Folk & Blues Festival at Heritage Place | Saturday, September 30 | FREE – The Downtown Conroe park hosts a full day of live music from Grammy-winning gospel group Endurance, country artist Bri Bagwell, blues from Mike Zito and Boogie Long, and a headlining set from Jonathan Tyler & Northern Lights. You can also browse a local vendor market, shop fresh-from-farm goods, enjoy delicious food and craft beer and wine, and compete in dozens of contests and attractions. 10am to 9pm.
  • Salsa y Salud at Miller Outdoor Theatre | Saturday, September 30 | FREE – Take in a high-energy night of salsa performances, dance theater, visual arts and more at the annual event that will commemorate Miller’s 100th anniversary. 7:30pm.
  • Ingrid Contreras at Arena Theatre | Saturday, September 30 – Blending the rhythms of her Caribbean heritage with American soul and funk, the Latin Grammy–winning singer-songwriter steps through Southwest Houston with songs from Sus Besos Son Mi Aire. $36.23 and up. 8pm.
  • Maluma at Smart Financial Centre | Sunday, October 1 – The Colombian rapper, who’s also known for lending his voice to Mariano Guzmán in Disney’s Encanto, comes to Sugar Land for a live show. $82 and up. 7pm.

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