Live Concerts In Houston

Whenever you are seeking live concerts in Houston, it doesn’t matter if you are fond of funk of like to groove to grunge, we have something for everyone. We have just scanned the latest venues for the Spring and Summer lineups. There is no need to visit a bunch of different sites you'll find it’s all here in one place.

From well known national spots like the House of Blues to The Big Easy and other local hangout just keep reading to find the latest greatest FAQ’s about Houston’s music scene.

The Big Easy

If you partying inside the Loop visit The Big Easy in Rice Village. They feature live Blues six nights a week with Sunday nights reserved for Zydeco.

The Big Easy host a weekly Blues Jam on Wednesday nights. The last Thursday of each month showcases the monthly Houston Blues Society Jam and The National Zydeco Foundation Jam is held on the last Sunday of each month.

2016 Mainstage

On Saturdays the headliner is Faye & The Mid City Players. pumps up the crowd with her high-energy, interactive performance Tina Turner, Earth Wind and Fire and other Soul classics.

2016 Mainstage is located on Main street near the Greyhound bus station in Midtown Houston. The crowd is an eclectic mix of young and old schools, just like the magnificent music that can be heard there.

House of Blues-Houston

Sunday’s Gospel Brunch is a one-of-a-kind live music and dining experience at the House of Blues in downtown Houston. It’s scrumptious all-you-can-eat southern style buffet features breakfast favorites plus a host of southern specialties.

Each Sunday different Southern gospel groups from around the Gulf Coast perform live on stage. The music, meal and memories are always uplifting and energetic.

Historic Market Square

Houston Downtown Management District presents Concerts at The Square: Friday night and and Saturdays the magic of music blankets Market Square Park this Spring.

Other fantastic events happening in the the historic square include the Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshow at 8 p.m through May 16t visit the website for details.

Discovery Green

The Discovery Green Blues and Burgers is becoming a Houston lunchtime tradition. It a musical showcase chocked full of local talent and regional musicians that are known to blow some of the best sweaty jazz and blues south of the Mississippi Delta.

The Burgers and Blues Concert series puts a little music in your mid-day by starting around noon and lasting about an hour so. If you are anywhere near downtown or work in the area on a Wednesday from March to May don’t miss these must see lunchtime “free concerts in Houston.”

UH Thursday Concerts

The good times roll every Thursday evening May 3 - June 28, @6:30 p.m. Git yourself down to the Anheuser-Busch Stage and Fondren Performance Space at Discovery Green! Everyone in town will be rocking out to some of the best music of Texas and the Gulf Coast.

Funk, Hip Hop, Zydeco it’s a real musical gumbo that will make your feet want to do the happy dance which is encouraged, expected and exceptionally fun on grass. One side note that from the Discovery Green website that you should remember is that “photographs and video at the park for personal use are welcome provided their activity does not restrict public use of an area of the park. Check out Discovery Green’s Flickr Pool where you can share your photos of Discovery Green!?

To make our live concerts in Houston edition a truly valuable resource we included some of the local parks where you can hear free concerts, a variety of cultural musical styles and added in a mix of festivals. There should be enough places in this list for you find somewhere to jam to your favorite music on weekends, nights or any day of the week.

If we missed your favorite place for music in Houston charge it to our heads and not our hearts. Feel free to leave us a few details about your concert in the comments section or like us on Facebook Fan page and you can post it to our stream.

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