My horn can pierce the sky!
Unicorns, drag queens, and Swedes abound.
Who's the bigger diva, Trixie Mattel or Max the Sea Lion? You decide.
light it up
Kam Franklin sings to trees, liberal rednecks, a Mardi Gras kickoff, and more.
Two weird tours, two musical diversions, one (of many) art fairs.
"If you could imagine Mardi Gras for 90 minutes phonically, then that’s what we do."
Laura Furr Mericas
Fall Arts Guide 2017
Inprint kicks off its annual Margarett Root Brown Reading Series, John Mulaney stops by Revention Music Center, and more.
Summer is here
Featuring a North vs. South baseball matchup, The Lion King and, most of all, beer.
Arman Badrei, Spencer Vogel, and Kara Fields
We're not surprised the country music crooner is a big fan of the Bayou City.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
Get to know the New Orleanian drummer before his Bayou City performance.
Meet the stand-up star before she performs in the Bayou City this Thursday.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
The former Glee star brings her musical-comedy show to the House of Blues.
New Year's Eve
From family fun to fashionable fetes, the city is offering plenty of festive options to send off 2015 in style.
Houston's favorite soul band, The Suffers, closes out its best year on a high note at House of Blues.
City Church at the House of Blues isn't your grandmother's Sunday service.
Playing Houston's House of Blues, Zella Day strings along a set list of new summer classics
Aussie singer Lenka brings her bubbly pop sound to House of Blues.
The Philadelphia-born R&B singer is back on the road after a three-year hiatus.
Catch the local MC tonight for an encore performance at the House of Blues with Atlanta rapper Young Thug.
'Tis the season for Christmas-themed concerts.
With appearances by everyone from Bastille to Modest Mouse, Alt-J to Nick & Knight, it's a great time to be a music-lover in Houston.