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The Choir of Man
Since bursting onto the scene in 2017, The Choir of Man has become an international hit, winning the hearts of fans across the globe with its lively, foot-stomping renditions of old pub tunes, Broadway numbers, modern pop hits, and classic rock songs. Seriously, who can resist a group of performers the Chicago Tribune once described as, “Part ‘Once,’ part boy band that went through a growth spurt, and part Chippendales of the voice box?”
Nov 21. From $21.80. Online. More info and tickets spahouston.org.
MFAH’s Kinder Building Opening Weekend
The Museum of Fine Arts’ new Kinder Building, which houses the museum’s extensive modern and contemporary art collections, finally opens to the public this weekend. In honor of this moment, one that’s been 10 years in the making, the MFAH is waiving admission to all three of its Sarofim Campus galleries this weekend. Be sure to read all about the secrets of the new building before you go.
Nov 21–22. Free (reservations are required) 5500 Main St. 713-639-7300. More info at mfah.org.
Urban Cowboy Reunion, feat. Mickey Gilley & Johnny Lee
Country music stars Mickey Gilley and Johnny Lee reunite for a nostalgic night celebrating the 40th anniversary of Houston-set (okay, technically Pasadena-set) film Urban Cowboy, which made them household names. Expect lots of reminiscing between these old friends, and, of course, plenty of chart-topping songs from the 1980 movie’s triple-platinum soundtrack, during this special, outdoor concert.
Nov 21. From $35. The Yard at Barge 295, 2613 ½ East NASA Pkwy, Seabrook. More info and tickets at eventbrite.com.
Houston’s Got Bollywood – The Best of Moksh
This special virtual performance from Miller Outdoor Theatre combines footage from past Houston’s Got Bollywood shows to showcase a diverse range of dancing, including hip-hop, Indian contemporary, and Bollywood fusion.
Nov 21. Free. Online. More info at milleroutdoortheatre.com.
A Time to Give Thanks
Grammy-winning Houston Chamber Choir kicks off its 2020-2021 virtual season, To Everything a Season, this weekend with its first of five concert videos. Titled A Time to Give Thanks, Sunday’s digital show will feature two new performances, as well as excerpts from past concerts, personal reflections, and a special virtual choir project.
Nov 22. $9.99. Online. More info and tickets at houstonchamberchoir.org.