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march Michael Martin Murphey

Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)


Forged in Houston, Houston Ballet


Wortham Theater Center

Photo courtesy of Donna Phillips

MARCH 12-22


Continuing its tradition of supporting the world’s most respected choreographers. The evening features works by Jorma Elo, Christopher Bruce (set to the music of Yo-Yo Ma and Bobby McFerrin) and a Trey McIntyre world premiere.

MARCH 14-15

His chestnuts including “Geronimo’s Cadillac” and “Backsliders Wine” helped launch Austin’s Outlaw Country movement back in the 1970’s, followed by hits “Carolina on the Pines” and “Wildfire.” Since those days he’s performed steadily with a dedication to authentic western music.




Warehouse Live

Main Street Crossing (Tomball)

Wortham Theater Center

The performance combines mesmerizing music with biblical verse and the words of trailblazing Spanish and Latin American poets.

From early basement shows to touring the world and selling over a million records, this is one band that’s spent 20 years completely comfortable in their own skin.

He won season five of “America’s Got Talent” with a bold combination of blues, pop and a Mississippi Gulf Coast blue-eyed soul sound.

The renowned Cuban drummer returns after winning the 2018 Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz album.





House of Blues

House of Blues

As one of the preeminent blues guitarists in the world, the perennial favorite has help take the genre to new heights over his long career.

The popular metalcore band from Massachusetts formed in 1999, and has released eight studio albums, the last in 2019.

MARCH 20-22


John Adams’ El Niño, Houston Symphony Jones Hall

Bayou City Horror Film Festival Alamo Draft House


Pavel Haas Quartet, Chamber Music Houston

The unique forum for international independent filmmakers to showcase their dark genre work, including lack comedy, sketch, science fiction, mockumentary and more.

Stude Concert Hall (Rice University)



The Hit Men

The Prague-based ensemble moves through the contemporary Midsummer Quartet, plus one of Beethoven’s legendary “Rasumovsky” quartets.

Max and Heather Stalling

Michael Grimm

Buddy Guy

Swing to Rock with Dave Bennett, Houston Symphony Jones Hall

Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)

Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)

They were the crackerjack musicians behind talents such as Carole King, Cat Stevens, Jim Croce, Elton, McCartney, Rod Stewart and more.

The husband and wife duo are a treat with him handling guitar and vocals, against the backdrop of her lilting country fiddle.

Put on your Blue Suede Shoes as the multiinstrumentalist and his band tear it up with hits of Elvis, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Glenn Miller and more.



MARCH 20-22

Main Street Crossing (Tomball)

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts

An accomplished singer, her show is a tribute to the late Patsy Cline featuring timeless hits such as “Crazy,” and “Walking After Midnight.”

Award winning Je'Caryous Johnson takes audiences beyond the movie screen and brings to life the bank heist that shook the country starring Hip-Hop star Da Bratt.

Tchaikovsky: Pathétique, Galveston Symphony Orchestra The Grand 1894 Opera House (Galveston)

Classical masterworks concert program features Balakirev’s “Tamara,” Hvoslef’s “Piano Concerto No. 2” with Andrew Staupe, piano; and Tchaikovsky’s “Symphony No. 6.” MARCH 16


House of Blues

Uniquely keyboard driven, the English alt-rock band formed in the 1990’s and released their wildly popular Hopes and Fears album in 2004.

Mandy Barnett

Set It Off


Sofia Talvik


McGonigel’s Mucky Duck

Sensitive Guys

The Sweden native’s songs have always had a tint of her Scandinavian heritage, making her a favorite among eclectic music lovers.

Stages Theatre

A shocking allegation in a small-town liberal arts college divides the campus in two. Five women perform all the roles in this compelling satire about society, gender and college.

Dafnis Prieto Big Band

Killswitch Engage

Yamato: The Drummers of Japan The Grand 1894 Opera House (Galveston)

This is the epitome of the drumming Japanese spirit – a roaring, live performance that captures a new level of energy and intensity. MARCH 21-APRIL 1

Houston Jewish Film Festival Evelyn Rubenstein JCC

Watch documentaries, dramas, comedies, and musicals, entertaining, thought provoking and high quality, comprised of the best Jewish and Israeli films from across the world. MARCH 22

Mardi Gras Houston Downtown

Come celebrate in the center of Texas’ most elaborate annual celebration with food, music and a pronounced Crescent City vibe.

*Editor’s Choice H O U S TO N H OT E L M A G A Z I N E


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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.

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