March 20–26

From Duran Duran to Brad Paisley, There's a Concert For Everyone This Week

Houston turns up the heat with these hot ticket shows.

By Bryce Dodds March 21, 2017

Flogging Molly

Wednesday, March 22 at 7 | House of Blues

The Celtic band returns to Houston to perform their high-energy mix of folk, punk and rock hits, like “Drunken Lullabies” and “What’s Left of the Flag.”

From $35. 1204 Caroline St. 888-402-5837.

Duran Duran

Wednesday, March 22 at 8 | Smart Financial Centre

The English rock group and '90s MTV staple hasn't missed a beat since hitting the scene nearly four decades ago. Hear their new tunes, like "Last Night in the City" from their 2016 album Paper Gods, as well as classic favorites, including "Hungry like the Wolf."

From $39.50. 18111 Lexington Blvd. 281-207-6278.

Bob Schneider

Thursday, March 23 at  7 | McGonigel’s Mucky Duck

Don't miss this Austin-based crooner as he stops by Houston to perform "Big Blue Sea," "Let the Light In" and other favorites with his signature folk style.

From $28. 2425 Norfolk St. 713-528-5999.

Brad Paisley

Saturday, March 25 at 3:45 | NRG Stadium

The country music super star, known for radio hits "Waitin' on a Woman" and "American Saturday Night," rocks the rodeo's last weekend with his southern vocals and charm.

From $16. Rodeo Houston, 3 NRG Pkwy. 832-667-1000.

Forever the Sickest Kids

Sunday, March 26 at 5 | White Oak Music Hall

The Dallas punk-rockers, who've toured alongside Third Eye Blind, Simple Plan and Good Charlotte, bring their impressive discography to the Bayou City.

From $18. 2915 N. Main St. 713-237-0370. 

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