The Avett Brothers, Israel Nash + More Indie Concerts to Catch This Week

Spring into April with these 5 alternative acts.

By Bryce Dodds March 28, 2017

Bantam Foxes

Wednesday, March 29 at 8 | The Continental Club

Hailing from New Orleans, Collin and Sam McCabe's brand of music walks the line between garage and indie rock, as seen in their band Bantam Foxes. They’ll be joined by Montreal indie group We Are Wolves and new Austin psychedelic band Otis the Destroyer, making these already-cheap tickets an absolute steal. 

$7. 3700 Main St. 713-529-9899.

Israel Nash

Wednesday, March 29 at 8 | White Oak Music Hall

With his self-described “desert folklore” style of music, Israel Nash is one of the most unique voices in music today. Last year, the Dripping Springs musician collaborated with fellow Texas group Bright Light Social Hour, creating the indie hit single, “Lupita.”

From $12. 2915 N. Main St. 713-237-0370.

Andy Hull & Dustin Kensrue

Thursday, March 30 at 7 | White Oak Music Hall

Arguably one of the most anticipated shows in Houston this year, Andy Hull from Manchester Orchestra and Dustin Kensrue from Thrice stop by Houston on their tour to perform a mashup of both old and new favorites.

From $20. 2915 N. Main St. 713-237-0370.

The Avett Brothers

Friday, March 31 at 7:30 | Smart Financial Centre

The folksy North Carolina rockers debuted their first album, Country Was, in 2002. Fifteen years later, The Avett Brothers, who are now household names and perform to sold-out arenas, continue to croon their moody ballads, including songs from their ninth album released last year, True Sadness.

From $49. 18111 Lexington Blvd. 281-207-6278. 

No Sun 

Saturday, April 1 at 8 | Satellite

The up-and-coming shoegaze group from Salt Lake City, No Sun, stops by Houston after their recent 2017 release of If Only, their first full-length album. See this group now, as it's only a matter of time before they slingshot to stardom.

$5. 6922 Harrisburg Blvd.

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