George R. Brown Convention Center Hobby Performing Arts Center
Wortham TheaterSam Center Houston (BrownRace Theater) Park
La Favorite, Houston Grand Opera
Houston Safari Club & Worldwide Conservation Expo
JANUARY 24-FEBRUARY 9
Outdoor enthusiasts gather to celebrate wildlife and the sporting lifestyle around the globe with hundreds of exhibits from South Texas to South Africa and everywhere in between. Plus, inspect the finest in wildlife art, jewelry, firearms and accouterments.
The Ocean Blue (Downstairs)
Smart Financial Centre (Sugar Land)
White Oak Music Hall
Revention Music Center
The South Korean 13-member K Pop band is a bit of a music sensation these days, now performing on the group’s Ode to You Tour.
The band was just teens when they signed their first three-album deal, driving songs such as “Ballerina Out of Control” and “Sublime.”
Take the opportunity to taste the work of multiple chili cook-off teams while sampling a variety of over 100 craft and import beers.
The two comedians known for their Netflix appearances have combined their fine-tuned skills to share the stage as co-headliners.
JANUARY 17 *
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, SPA Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
Experience the grace, wit and charm of French music with early works by Saint-Saëns and Fauré that recreate an elegant atmosphere of 19th-century Paris. JANUARY 16
Kym Warner, Micah Motenko McGonigel’s Mucky Duck
He’s been a part of Robert Earl Keen’s touring bank for a few years and is one of the top mandolin players in Texas.
Black Laughs Matter NRG Center
An A-list of comedians in on tour together including: Arnez J, Aries Spears, Tommy Davidson, Benji Brown and Carmen Brown.
Yaga’s Chili Quest and Beer Fest
Tchaikovsky’s Pathétique, Houston Symphony Jones Hall
The composer’s deeply felt final Symphony awakens a universe of emotion; then superstar Vadim Gluzman performs Shostakovich’s sharp concerto.
Main Street Crossing (Tomball)
JANUARY 17-FEBRUARY 9
Junior Brown With his crimped cowboy hat and collection of crazy guitars, he gallops through sets that include “Highway Patrol” “My Wife Thinks Your Dead.” THROUGH MARCH 15
Alley Theatre (Hubbard Theatre)
The inspiring reimagining of Cervantes’ Don Quixote is set in a fictional day Texas border town filled with Tejano music, and a true Texas soul.
Collection Close-Up: Of Heaven and Earth
The Secret Group
The Menil Collection
She is a writer for “I Love You America with Sarah Silverman” on Hulu and wrote for two seasons of Judd Apatow's “Crashing” on HBO.
The exhibit spotlights over 40 works from the ancient Mediterranean and Near East, Pacific Islands, Africa, and the Americas.
Cullen Performance Hall (University of Houston)
Alley All New Festival
Angry and belligerent, but hilariously funny, the comedian/author/actor appears to be in the midst of a mental breakdown, but it is a wellpolished schtick.
Alley Theatre (Hubbard Theatre)
He had recurring roles as Uncle Mike on “Everybody Hates Chris” and voiced Root the Rooster Barnyard and the TV spin off “Back at the Barnyard.”
The anticipated annual event features new plays from some of the most exciting voices in contemporary theatre.
Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)
*Editor’s Choice 40
Secret-love bound by silence. Once the most performed opera of its time, the drama features some of the most challenging arias ever written -- a classic love triangle among a noblewoman, a king, and a brave warrior.
H O U S TO N H OT E L M A G A Z I N E
JANUARY 18 *
Wayne “The Train” Hancock The undisputed king of juke brings elements of honky-tonk, blues, western, rockabilly, and big band to his shows.
Jeff Ross and Dave Attell: Bumping Mics
DJ Matoma, Two Friends House of Blues
The global /electronica sensation joins forces with the duo known for their viral remixes of “Trap Queen” and “Mr. Brightside” on a co-headlining tour. THROUGH FEBRUARY 17
Will Boone: The Highway Hex Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Explore space and time between California and Texas, why people leave Texas and why they come back in the L.A. artist’s first solo Houston museum exhibition. JANUARY 18-19
Matthew Carrington, Bach Society First Lutheran Church (Gal), Christ the King Lutheran Church
T he celebrated violist presents works stolen from three different instruments: a Bach sonata for viola da gamba, a Telemann violin fantasy, and a Gabrieli ricercar for cello” JANUARY 18-19
The Oak Ridge Boys The Grand 1894 Opera House (Galveston)
The quartet has been a staple in country pop since forming in the 1940’s, singing contemporary hits including “Elvira,” “American Made” and more.
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