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february House of Blues

FEBRUARY 14

FEBRUARY 14-25

Grace Potter

Downtown District (Galveston)

The singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist and actress is a whirling dervish of musical talent. With her hair flowing, the energized guitarist performing in concert is magnet for rock fans around the world.

FEBRUARY 9 *

The New Pornographers, Diane Coffee White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs)

The terrific musical collective of singer/ songwriters and musicians features multiple vocalists from multiple projects with seven celebrated studio albums to their credit. FEBRUARY 9

We Shall Overcome: A Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. SPA Wortham Theater Center

White Oak Music Hall (Upstairs)

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

“Jenny Come Home” and “Wendell Walker" became hits for the Canadian singer/songwriter who has toured, opening for The Lumineers.

This exhibition examines Italy’s postwar explosion of disruptive design through furniture, lighting, models, paintings, and more drawn from the collection of Dennis Freedman.

Inspire Film Festival

Theo Katzman White Oak Music Hall (Upstairs)

From pop to indie rock, the L.A singer/songwriter is a talented multi-instrumentalist (guitar, drums, bass, etc.) as well. FEBRUARY 12

Dermont Kennedy Revention Music Center

The Irish singer/songwriter is a terrific musician, probably best known for his 2019 single "Outnumbered." *Editor’s Choice H O U S TO N H OT E L M A G A Z I N E

FEBRUARY 15

The Woodlands

Chris Lane

Dedicated to “gamechangers,” the local film festival’s content is designed to provide inspirational content to attendees.

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Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)

FEBRUARY 12

Radical: Italian Design 1965–1985

FEBRUARY 13-17

FEBRUARY 9

Acclaimed cellist Juliana Soltis performs Bach entirely on historical instruments, including a rarely heard five-string violoncello piccolo.

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FEBRUARY 14-APRIL 26

Andy Shauf, Molly Sarle

FEBRUARY 14

MATCH

The 106th such celebration draws thousands for concerts, parades, balcony parties and elegant masked balls. From the classic revelry in the heart of an historic downtown, to contemporary dance parties and family friendly events, the area’s largest Mardi Grasfunfest is a Texas size blast.

FEBRUARY 13

Inspired by the words and actions of Dr. King music director/composer Damien Sneed’s production is a stirring showcase.

The Ornamented Suites for Cello

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Mardi Gras

Walt & Tina Wilkins, Josh & Kristi Grider Two Texas couples who make music their lives convene on stage for an evening of song and stories celebrating Cupid’s favorite day.

His two years of chart toppers and jam-packed shows has gone by at a breakneck pace, driving the success of singles including “Fix” and “For Her.” FEBRUARY 15 *

Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives

FEBRUARY 15

Schubert's Winterreise, Mercury Houston Wortham Theater Center

The song cycle originally designed for voice and piano is among the most memorable pieces from the Austrian composer. FEBRUARY 15

Tracy Lawrence, Sister Hazel Arena Theatre

Born in Texas and raised in Arkansas, he’s recorded 14 albums, charted over 40 singles and had eight number ones including “Alibis” and “Sticks and Stones.” FEBRUARY 17

The Glenn Miller Orchestra Wortham Theater Center

FEBRUARY 14-16

Fresh off his appearance in Ken Burns’ PBS documentary on country music, the multi-talented tour de force returns to the Dallas stage.

The internationally famous swing band plays timeless treasures including: “In the Mood,” “Moonlight Serenade,” “String of Pearls” and “Tuxedo Junction.”

Improv

FEBRUARY 15

FEBRUARY 18

In 2013 he was third on Forbes list of the world’s highest paid comedians and became the first to get a Netflix stand-up special.

McGonigel’s Mucky Duck

Improv

She’s been described as a “poet with a wide smile and a deep heart,” which is abundant in her beautifully conceived songs and live performances.

Actors Steve Burton and Bradford Anderson (“General Hospital”) talk TV, stories about life, love, the entertainment industry plus lots of fun.

Russell Peters

FEBRUARY 14-MARCH 14

Camp David

Alley Theatre (Hubbard Theatre)

Pulitzer winner Lawrence Wright (God Save Texas) offers a behind-the-scenes look at a historical moment that continues to resonate 41 years later.

Heights Theater

Terri Hendrix

Stone Cold and The Jackal

FEBRUARY 19 FEBRUARY 15

Whiskey Myers Revention Music Center

Their brand of Southern rock mixes with Texas Country to form a fan favorite all over the Lone Star State.

Arielle

Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)

A self-described “hippie heartbeat, with an edgy rocker spirit” is a guitar wielding whirlwind. Brian May of Queen says, “Pass her by at your peril.”

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Houston Hotel Magazine Winter 2020  

Houston Hotel Magazine your guide to the best of Clutch City. We're glad you're here.

Houston Hotel Magazine Winter 2020  

Houston Hotel Magazine your guide to the best of Clutch City. We're glad you're here.