Live entertainment is easily found in the fourth most populous city in the United States. Houston, the largest city in Texas, offers a variety of concert experiences as well as many other options for entertainment. Houston’s economy boasts a broad spectrum of industries to include energy, manufacturing, aeronautics, transportation, oil and gas and many health care sectors creating a wide range of cultural diversity in the city. Houston has earned many nicknames over time. Space City, H-Town, Bayou City, and Clutch City are a few recognizable ones. Venues throughout Houston regularly host local and touring rock, blues, country, dubstep and Tejano musical acts. Houston is the birthplace of legendary performers from Beyoncé to ZZ Top.
Houston hosts the largest annual livestock show and rodeo in the world. The Houston Rodeo is a 20 day event that occurs annually from late February to mid March. Each day of the Rodeo brings a star performance from all genres of music to entertain 70,000+ fans. The Houston Rodeo has featured stars including George Strait, Elvis Presley, Brooks and Dunn, Gene Autry, Taylor Swift, Reba McEntire, Ariana Grande, Jason Aldean, John Legend, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, and many others who have taken the stage to entertain huge crowds at the Houston Rodeo. The Houston Rodeo takes place at NRG park with the main action occuring within NRG Stadium. A few days before the Rodeo starts, the World Champion Bar-B-Que Cook-off happens causing the smell of the smokers to drift into the city. When this happens, you know it is Rodeo time in Houston.
The Museum District’s facilities include, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Holocaust Museum Houston as well as a few others. Also included in the Museum District is the Houston Zoo. The Houston Museum District hosts more than 7 million visitors each year.
Houston is home to the largest mall in Texas, The Galleria, located in the Uptown District. Many celebrities including Beyoncé have been spotted shopping at The Galleria while in town. The Gerald D. Hines Waterfall Park, also located in the Uptown District, serves as a popular tourist attraction.
Houston boasts some of the best restaurants and venues in the country. Venues like Hobby Center, Minute Maid Park, NRG Arena and Stadium, Toyota Center, and other other venues provide world-class entertainment year round.
Houston has a lot to offer Houstonians as well as visitors and Houston Concert Tickets makes sure you can buy tickets to any event in the city! Get your Houston Concert Tickets today!