Catch music’s greatest talent at these must-see live shows and concerts around Houston from Monday, March 20 to Sunday, March 26, 2023.
The rodeo has wrapped up, but that doesn’t mean the concerts won’t continue to come through the Bayou City this week.
We’ve rounded up a dozen of the city’s live music highlights to bring you to stages across the city.
Want to dig deeper for live concerts in Houston this month? Investigate 365 Houston calendar for several shows happening all over H-Town.
Top 12 live shows and concerts in Houston this week
- ROCO Connections: Here, There & Nowhere at the Asia Society Texas Center | Wednesday, March 22 – ROCO Violin virtuoso Min-Jeong Koh has curated a meaningful program of works by Asian composers that tell the story of his and his sister – pianist Bo Yon Koh – immigrating from their native Korea. $45; $15 for students. 19.00.
- Sabrina Carpenter at Warehouse Live | Wednesday, March 22 – The actress and pop star celebrates the release of her fifth album, Emails I can’t send, and will stop by H-Town while you’re on tour. $39 and up. 8 p.m.
- Yeats at 713 Music Hall | Thursday 23 March – Slayworld’s hottest mumble trap rapper, the mononymous Yeat, brings along Flawless vibes to the party when he stops in Houston to support the 2023s AfterLyfe. $39 and up. 8 p.m.
- Homenaje a la Mujer: A Tribute to Alice Valdez at the MECA TBH Center | Friday 24 March – A female-led cast of Mariachi MECA alumni and MECA Ballet Folklórico dancers present a stunning tribute to CEO and founder Alice Valdez, who has worked tirelessly to help marginalized and underrepresented youth for more than forty years. $20. 19:30.
- Berklee Indian Ensemble at the Wortham Center | Friday 24 March – The world-renowned, genre-bending Berklee Indian Ensemble is fresh off receiving a Grammy nomination for its debut album, Shuruaat, gracing the Wortham Center stage. $18 and up. 8 p.m.
- I Am King: The Michael Jackson Experience at the Miller Outdoor Theatre | Friday 24 March | FREE – The centennial season of Miller Outdoor Theatre’s programming kicks off on a grander note with King of Pop, a true concert and dance experience filled with the music, movement and style created by Michael Jackson. This performance features stunning renditions of Jackson’s greatest hits, including “Bad,” “Billie Jean,” “Thriller,” “Man in the Mirror,” “Human Nature” and more. 8 p.m.
- The Magnetic Fields at the Heights Theatre | Friday 24 March – New to celebrate the 30th anniversary and subsequent reissue of their album tomorrow’s house, the enduring indie band is marking its 34th year with a tour and will make stops along the way. $28 and up. 8 p.m.
- Kem & Ledisi at Toyota Center | Friday 24 March – Two R&B and soul juggernauts, Kem and Ledisi reunite for a special co-headlining tour, swinging through Houston with special guest Musiq Soulchild in tow. $59 and up. 8 p.m.
- The Killers at Toyota Center | Saturday 25 March – The time has finally come. Almost a year since the original date was moved, the Vegas rock band takes the stage at the Toyota Center and brings an entire catalog of danceable tunes. $25 and up. 19:30.
- Jazzy Sundays: Lenora, with Jeremy Joseph at Emancipation Park | Sunday 26 March | FREE – The Jazzy Sundays series ends at Emancipation Park before moving to Discovery Green next month. Houston singer-songwriter Lenora brings her “rhythm and groove” to the Third Ward stage, backed by the soulful sounds of Jeremy Joseph. 17.00 to 19.00.
- The Acacia Tree at Warehouse Live | Sunday, March 26 – The death metal band from Massachusetts celebrates the release of their 11th studio album Step into the light by pounding their way to the Warehouse stage. $25 and up. 19.00.
- North Star Boys in concert at House of Blues | Sunday, March 26 – With more than 5 million fans on TikTok, the Asian-American pop band is stopping by Houston as part of their 28-city tour. $20. 8 p.m.