Are you ready to get back into the concert scene? If you’ve missed live music as much as we have, then you’ll love what’s coming up in and around Katy. Check out these shows this autumn.
Boys Don’t Cry with Crank Up the Silence
This Cure cover band along with Houston-based Crank Up the Silence is playing at The Wildcatter Saloon right here in Katy on Sept. 25 at 6 PM These bands are all about getting people together to enjoy good music and good conversation – and of course, giving the audience a great performance. You can buy tickets through Eventbrite.
Though it’s a bit of a drive – just under an hour to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands – it’ll be worth it for all you metalheads. This California-based band is going on tour this autumn and they’ll be stopping in Texas on Sept. 19. You can purchase tickets on their website.
Brooks & Dunn
You can’t miss out on this classic country duo as they perform at The Woodlands on Sept. 24, also at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. This is their first national tour in 10 years and joining them in this celebratory concert will be Travis Tritt and Elvie Shane. Get your tickets today, and see why they were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2019.
Daryl Hall & John Oates
For all you fans of classic 80s music, you won’t want to miss the Hall & Oates show in The Woodlands on Sept. 26. This is a rescheduled event after the cancellation of their 2020 concert – so you know they’ll be raring to get on stage and jam! The opening acts are KT Tunstall and Squeeze, so if you haven’t bought a ticket yet, be sure to pick one up ASAP.
In celebration of the release of their seventh album this past summer, Maroon 5 is making the rounds and will be stopping by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Sept. 28. This Los Angeles-based band has won three Grammy Awards and is instantly recognizable, thanks to their numerous radio hits like Moves Like Jagger, She Will Be Loved, and Don’t Wanna Know. Grab your tickets before they sell out.
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