Top Live Shows & concerts in Houston this weekend: October 10 to 15, 2022

From Monday, October 10 to 15, there are Live shows and concerts in Houston this weekend. This week, hear about the Grammy-winning artist’s first tour, movies to get you in the Halloween mood, and more. Want to know more about the concerts happening in Houston this month?

Top 12 shows and concerts in Houston this weekend

concerts in Houston this weekend
concerts in Houston this weekend

Marcus Mumford at White Oak Music Hall | Monday October 10th

Mr. Mumford (of superstars Mumford & Sons) descends on the Bayou City to support his debut album as a solo artist, self-titled. Danielle Ponder will provide support. $45 and up. 7 p.m. See below for more concerts in Houston this weekend.

Muna at House of Blues | Monday, October 10

Backed by indie singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers, the trio of indie pop bands are in town to support their self-titled third studio album and their first independent release. $31 and up. 7 p.m. See next for more concerts in houston this weekend

Pusha T at the House of Blues | Tuesday, October 11

Fresh off the summer release of their chart-topping album, Almost Dry, King Push takes to the House of Blues for one night only. $39.50 and up. 8 p.m. See next more concerts in Houston this weekend

Lil Nas X at 713 Music Hall | Tuesday, Oct. 11

Young Montero King Lil Nas X is “Star Walkin'” through the country on the Long Live Montero Tour, his first concert tour. $29 each. 7 p.m. See next more concerts in Houston this weekend

Rosalia at 713 Music Hall | Wednesday October 12

The famous and famous Rosalia takes the world and drops H in support of her third studio album, Motomami. $73 and up. 8:30 p.m. See next more concerts in Houston this weekend

The Marias at White Oak Music Hall | Thursday, Oct. 13

After a sold-out show in their finale, the indie pop band of Los Angeles Dream brings the opening to White Oak Lawn. $44.50. 7 p.m. See next more concerts in Houston this weekend

At Discovery Green, Houston Pride Quintet | Friday October 14 | FREE

Enjoy a beautiful fall evening filled with live music from SaxWorxs and Brass Tax downtown and the park’s newest art installation, Mi Casa, Your Casa. 7 p.m. See next more concerts in Houston this weekend

Hear Symphony Presents Hocus Pocus Pops at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Friday October 14 | FREE

Dress up and join the whole family in a spectacular performance with the Houston Symphony Orchestra as they put on a special performance of the Goblin Parade leading the children to the next stage. Free; Orchestra tickets are $25. 7:30 p.m. See next more concerts in Houston this weekend

Tab Benoit and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band in concert at the Miller Outdoor Theater | Friday October 14 | FREE

Houston’s historic lounge hosts an evening showcasing the sounds of Louisiana when Tab Benoit brings winning blues music to the Miller Outdoor stage, inspired by NOLA’s Second Line- ensemble style, and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. 7:30 p.m.

Wael Kfoury & Rahma Riad at Bayou Music Center | Friday, October 14

The Lebanese singer rolls into the Bayou City for an incredible four-day US tour, joined by Iraqi singer and actress Rahma Riad. $103 and up. 8 p.m.

Fuerza Regida and Smart Financial Center | Friday, October 14

United by their love of culture, los muchachos de Fuerza Regida bring one of Mexico’s regional hip-hop genres to H as they stop on their Del Barrio Esta Aqui tour. $39.50 each. 8 p.m.

The Black Key at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Saturday, October 15

Following the release of their 11th studio album, Drop Out Boogie, the legendary band will perform in the woods with special guests, Band of Horses. $39 and up. 19h.

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