Whether you’re looking for a fun night out with friends or something to get you into the holiday spirit, here are our top shows and concerts to pen into the calendar this November.
This season, MJ The Musical makes its way to Houston with a series of unforgettable shows. Here, Roman Banks embodies Michael Jackson, showcasing his signature dance moves.
Raiders of the Lost Ark in concert
Classic film, timeless hero and a live orchestra concert, what could be better? Join Indiana Jones on his quest with the Houston Symphony’s Raiders of the Lost Ark two-night concert. This truly immersive experience will bring the film and epic score John Williams wrote to life for a night of unforgettable adventure and music. Jones Hall
MJ The Musical
“Beat It” to the theater for Broadway’s four-time Tony award-winning hit, MJ The Musical. Created by director and Choreographer Christopher Wheeldon and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, MJ The Musical moonwalks the audience down memory lane by offering a rare look into the creative mind and collaborative spirit of the legendary King of Pop. The Hobby Center, tour
Doja Cat is ready to “Paint The Town Red!” The highly anticipated The Scarlet Tour stops in Houston for a wild ride of hits and high energy. This is Doja Cat’s first headlining North American arena tour (with special guest Doechii), and fans are ready to dive into their musical universe. Prepare to dance all night long to hits from her latest album, Planet Her, like “Woman” and her fan favorites “Say So” and “Kiss Me More.” Toyota Center
Houston Ballet principal Jessica Collado as the Snow Queen and artists of Houston Ballet in Stanton Welch’s The Nutcracker
Houston Lyte Sky Lantern Festival
The Lyte Sky Lantern Festival is coming to Houston, promising a skyline filled with luminous dreams. This eco-friendly festival uses 100% biodegradable lanterns and travels all across the United States to create a surreal and enchanting experience for people of all ages.
Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, Ricky Martin: The Trilogy Tour
For the first time, music icons Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull and Ricky Martin have joined together for The Trilogy Tour, stopping in Houston for one night only. Each artist will deliver a unique headlining set to celebrate their monumental music careers. If there is one thing Iglesias, Pitbull and Martin know how to do, it’s how to party, so get excited for an unforgettable night of top-charting hits and smooth dance moves. Toyota Center
The Nutcracker’s enchanting land of sweets comes to life in Houston for the Houston Ballet’s season spectacular of Stanton Welch’s The Nutcracker. To kick off the holiday magic and be transported to a world of dreams, reserve your seats early for one of the upcoming show dates at Brown Theater. Brown Theater
Photography by: PHOTO BY MATTHEW MURPHY; PHOTO BY LAWRENCE ELIZABETH KNOX (2022)/COURTESY OF HOUSTON BALLET