Catch music’s biggest talents at these must-see live shows and concerts around Houston from Monday, November 27 to Sunday, December 3, 2023.
Fill your week with a mix of genres and jams hitting stages across the Greater Houston area.
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Top 14 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week
- Elvis Tribute Rooftop Concert at Post Houston | Tuesday, November 28 – It won’t be a “Blue Christmas” on Post’s Skylawn when the excellent tribute act Vince King performs the Christmas classics as well as other Elvis hits with the gorgeous Houston skyline as his backdrop. $20. 8pm.
- Real Friends, with Knuckle Puck at White Oak Music Hall | Thursday, November 30 – The Illinois based pop punk band Real Friends are right on time with music from their new release and third studio album, There’s Nothing Worse Than Too Late. Knuckle Puck, One Step Closer, and Arm’s Length play in support. $29.50 and up. 6pm.
- Moon Taxi at Last Concert Cafe | Thursday, November 30 – The five-piece band from Nashville, known for their hit streaming single, “Two High” comes to Houston, bringing their signature sound that blends op hooks, clever synths and roots. $30. 8pm.
- Worship Live! Holiday Tour at Smart Financial Centre | Thursday, November 30 – This spiritual celebration of Christmas brings Fred Hammond along with special guests Deitrick Haddon, Anthony Brown, Todd Dulaney and VaShawn Mitchell. $40 and up. 8pm.
- Sunn O))) at White Oak Music Hall | Friday, December 1 – The American drone metal band is showcasing their ambient dark wave music at White Oak when they roll through to start the weekend. $35 and up. 7pm.
- Joaquin Cortes at Arena Theatre | Friday, December 1 – The King of Flamenco, along with more than 25 artists from Spain, performs this dazzling spectacle representing different flamenco styles, showcasing an intimate journey that melds his own story with the history of the art form. $60 and up. 8pm.
- Janet Jackson at NRG Arena | Friday, December 1 – Ms. Jackson returns to Houston in honor of World AIDS Day with an intimate performance at NRG Arena. $75 and up. 8pm.
- The Monicas: ’90s Dance Party at Continental Club | Friday, December 1 – The Monicas are kicking off the month of December with an absolute bang when they take over the Continental Club stage, playing all the hottest and best hits of the 90’s. $10 and up. 9pm.
- Houston Symphony: Andrés Returns at Jones Hall | Friday, December 1 to Sunday, December 3 – Former Houston Symphony Conductor Andrés Orozco-Estrada is joined by one of the great violinists of our time, Augustin Hadelich, in his return to the Jones Hall stage, performing classic works by Shostakovich. $34 and up. Friday and Saturday at 8pm; Sunday at 2:30pm.
- Latin Christmas at Cullen Performance Hall | Saturday, December 2 – Led by maestro Glenn Garrido, the Houston Latin American Philharmonic returns for their traditional concert of seasonal works from the world of Latin American music. This year, the Phil will be joined by special guest artist Olga Tañón Sinfonico. $25 and up. 8pm.
- Mora at Bayou Music Center | Saturday, December 2 – Puerto Rican reggaeton superstar Mora is bringing music from his recent release, Estrella, to the Downtown stage. $69.50 and up. 8pm.
- Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra & Chorus presents Deck the Halls at Stafford Centre | Sunday, December 3 – The Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra is joined by the Choir for an afternoon program of holiday tunes, accompanied by the Handmade Holiday Market, which offers gifts and decorations crafted by musicians to support the Symphony Orchestra. $10 and up. 2pm.
- Prayers at White Oak Music Hall | Sunday, December 3 – Cholo-goth pioneer and Chicano artist and singer-songwriter Rafael Reyes is bringing his Olmec-inspired electronica to White Oak with tunes from his newest release, The Reset. $30 and up. 7pm.
- Eric Nam at Bayou Music Center | Sunday, December 3 – GQ Korea‘s Man of the Year and Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Asia notable, the absolute renaissance man and one of the hottest artists of the K-Pop scene is conquering the Bayou Music Center with songs from his brand new release, House on a Hill. $37 and up. 7:30pm.
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