When we at Proguard discuss what we like about Houston, one thing that comes up is the variety of musical acts that visit our city. If you enjoy great concerts like we do, here are 15 artists you’ll want to put on your concert watchlist for Fall 2021.

Maroon 5

The popular LA band that has sold over 75 million albums worldwide, Maroon 5 will be in concert on September 28 at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Gates open at 6 p.m., with the concert starting one hour later. The opening act is Blackbear, and ticket prices range from $69.50 for a spot on the lawn to $179.50 to be in the Pit.

Crowd At A Maroon 5 Tour Concert With Adam Levine On Stage
Source: Maroon 5

Willow Smith

An emerging pop star that has hit the road for her tour, Willow Smith is an act you don’t want to miss. To make sure you don’t, mark your calendar for September 30, which is when she’ll be performing at the White Oak Music Hall.

AJ Mitchell

A singer-songwriter who has gained quite a following, AJ Mitchell is known for always putting on a great show. If you want to catch the show, you can do so on Friday, October 1 at 6:30 p.m. by heading to The Bronze Peacock at Houston’s House of Blues.

Bleachers

If you enjoyed the AJ Mitchell concert at the House of Blues, you can make plans to come back four days later to catch a concert by Bleachers, which will be on Tuesday, October 5 at 7 p.m. and is sure to be one show that will be talked about days after it’s over.

Bleachers Performing On Stage While On Tour
Source: Wikipedia

Surfaces

Here at Proguard, we always love catching concerts by new acts that are on their way to superstardom. If you do as well, be in attendance at the Bayou Music Center at 8 p.m. on Friday, October 8 to hear Surfaces.

J. Cole with 21 Savage

Wildly popular and certain to become more so in the years ahead, J. Cole will be packing the Toyota Center here in Houston on October 10. The concert starts at 8 p.m., but the doors open at 7 p.m., so plan to get there early. Along with J. Cole, you’ll also get to hear such acts as 21 Savage and Morray. As for tickets, they cost from $79.50-$225.50, but it’s money well spent.

H.E.R.

If you are a fan of H.E.R. just as many of us are here at Proguard, you can catch H.E.R. in concert as part of the Back of My Mind Tour on October 14. Featuring special guest Tone Stith, H.E.R. will be at the Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land.

H.E.R. In Concert In Atlanta
Source: Billboard

Alec Benjamin

Yet again, you’ll be at the House of Blues in Houston to hear another great concert. This time it’s Alec Benjamin, who will be there Friday, October 15.

James Taylor with Jackson Browne

As for one concert you just can’t miss in 2021, we think it’s the James Taylor and Jackson Browne concert on October 17 at the Toyota Center. Featuring his All-Star Band, Sweet Baby James and his buddy Jackson will put on a show to remember.

Jonas Brothers

For those of you who had crushes on Nick, Joe, and Kevin back in the day, you can relive those great memories on Saturday, October 23 when the Jonas Brothers take the stage at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion as part of their Remember This! Tour. Once you’ve got your tickets and are seated, expect to hear such hits as “Burnin’ Up” and “A Little Bit Longer.”

Jonas Brothers Performing In Concert
Source: City Beat

LANY

Back in Houston for the first time in two years, you can catch LANY and special guest Keshi at the Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land on October 29, with tickets priced between $39.50-$79.50.

Tai Verdes

To get November started off on a great note, attend the 7 p.m. Tai Verdes concert at The Bronze Peacock at the House of Blues Houston.

Jeremy Zucker

In November, stay at the House of Blues to hear Jeremy Zucker present MORE NOISE!! on November 4. The show, starting at 7 p.m., promises to be fantastic.

Jeremy Zucker Performing In Concert On Tour
Source: Post Show LA

Madison Beer

In concert with Maggie Lindemann and Audriix, Madison Beer will be at the House of Blues on November 7. The show begins at 7 p.m. and is expected to be packed with plenty of fans.

COIN

Last but not least, November 21 finds COIN at the House of Blues. If you want to catch part of their Rainbow Dreamland Tour, be there at 7 p.m. to get a good seat.

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