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The band is back performing their album classic, Hotel California, in its entirety. Plus, the country rock pioneers, including Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit (with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey), play a set of the group’s all-time favorites.
Dancing with the Stars Live Smart Financial Centre (Sugar Land)
The all-new production continues its legacy of performing fan-favorite routines from the TV series and new numbers choreographed just for the live audiences. MARCH 7
Craft Community Day Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
Join HCCC for Craft Community Day, a free event featuring local artist guilds and community groups. All ages are invited to see demonstrations, visit the studios, and view exhibitions. MARCH 7-8
One Night of Queen The Grand 1894 Opera House (Galveston)
Gary Mullen and the Works have performed across the globe to sell-out audiences in spectacular form recreating the look, sound and showmanship of the great English rock band. MARCH 8
Trixie Mattel Wortham Theater Center
Brian Firkus is a writer, comedian and actor all rolled into one behind the persona of a character best know from “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” MARCH 8
The Illusionists Smart Financial Center
This magic spectacular showcases the jaw dropping talents of the Broadway stunners who have shattered box office records across the globe. *Editor’s Choice 48
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International Women’s Day Celebration, Texas Medical Center Orchestra Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
The evening’s performance includes D'un matin de printemps (Lili Boulanger), Blue Cathedral (Jennifer Higdon), Concerto in One Movement (Florence B. Price featuring Lulu Liu, Piano). MARCH 8
Sy Smith, Sam Trump Warehouse Live
With four albums and twenty singes to her credit, the singer/songwriter/actress/ producer plays a mix of neo soul, go-go and electronica. MARCH 8
The Hot Sardines Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)
The musicians formed the band in New York City in 2007 and continues to perform a unique style of vintage jazz. MARCH 8
Bach and His Uncles, Bach Society Houston Christ the King Lutheran Church
The Bach Choir explores rare gems by Bach's uncles Johann Michael and Johann Christoph Bach, ending with Johann Sebastian's Komm, Jesu komm. MARCH 9
Louise Erdich, Inprint Series Alley Theatre
One of the most revered novelists of our time, the author of over a dozen novels reads from her forthcoming book, The Night Watchman.
Few cities are more picturesque than Houston in the early spring when fiery flavors of azalea are in full bloom. Take in the spectacular gardens at Bayou Bend and Rienzi, visit exquisite private homes and admire a collection of the area’s breathtaking grounds filled with glorious native flora.
His former band, Strapping Young Metal, was extreme stuff; nowadays, he’s still a progressive force in the genre.
The Australian alternative ensemble’s first album (Atlas) peaked at number one in their home country, while their second album Bloom debuted at number one.
Rüfüs Du So
T. Graham Brown
Main Street Crossing (Tomball)
Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
His sizzling number one country singles include “Darlene,” “Hell and High Water” and “Don’t Go to Strangers.”
The Grand 1894 Opera House (Galveston)
She wrote the soundtrack to a generation with tunes “I Feel the Earth Move,” “One Fine Day,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “You’ve Got A Friend.”
The Office: A Musical Parody The interactive musical, based on the popular hit TV series, is a Dunder-Mifflin style kickin-the-can, poking fun at all your favorite characters. MARCH 12
Arthur: The Immortal King, Archeology Now
Sojourns on the Silk Road: from the Orient to the Occident MATCH
The musical journey from East Asia to Spain is seen through the lens of French Romanticism contrasted with authentic expressions of heritage by Spanish composers.
Kings capture our imagination. Out of the mists of time, the story of King Arthur continues to haunt. Look inside the man, or is it all myth?
Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)
The Box Tops
Their blue-eyed soul music helped Characterize the 1960’s pop scene with hits “Cry Like Baby,” “The Letter” and “Soul Deep.”
Smart Financial Centre (Sugar Land)
Rodrigo Y Gabriela It’s been five years since the Mexican guitar duo released an album; now they embark on the next chapter of their story with new music and a tour.
Tret Fure Millbend Coffee House (The Woodlands)
A fine singer/songwriter, she’s performed all over the U.S. with a plainspoken poetry that addresses a variety of subjects.
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