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December 8th-10th, 2023

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[Menendez Media Services] As the holiday season kicks into full gear, the vibrant city of Houston is set to come alive with a diverse array of musical events taking center stage this weekend, from December 8th to 10th, 2023. Whether you're a country music aficionado, a dinosaur enthusiast, a lover of avant-garde pop, or a symphony connoisseur, Houston has something special in store for you.

1. Jack Ingram: A Night of Country Charm at The Heights Theatre

Country singer-songwriter Jack Ingram is set to captivate audiences at The Heights Theatre with his soulful melodies and heart-touching lyrics. The intimate setting of this iconic venue promises an unforgettable evening as Ingram takes the stage to showcase his chart-topping hits and perhaps unveil some new tunes. The Heights Theatre, known for its cozy atmosphere, will provide the perfect backdrop for a night filled with authentic country vibes.

2. Jurassic Quest Roars into NRG Center:
An Unforgettable Dinosaur Adventure

For those with a penchant for prehistoric wonders, Jurassic Quest at NRG Center is an absolute must-visit. Billed as the largest and most realistic dinosaur exhibition in the world, this immersive experience is sure to transport attendees back in time. With life-sized animatronic dinosaurs, interactive exhibits, and educational activities for all ages, Jurassic Quest promises an adventure that's both thrilling and educational.

"Croce Plays Croce 50th Anniversary: A Timeless Musical Legacy Comes Alive"

Sunday 12/10/2023 8:00 PM

[Menendez Media Services] In a celebration that transcends time and strikes a chord with music enthusiasts of all ages, the Croce Plays Croce concert series is commemorating its 50th anniversary, bringing to life the enduring legacy of singer-songwriter Jim Croce. The timeless tunes and heartfelt lyrics that defined an era are resonating once again, captivating audiences with the magic that is the Croce musical legacy.

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The concert series, founded by A.J. Croce, the son of the late Jim Croce, has become a poignant tribute to the iconic singer whose influence continues to reverberate through the fabric of American folk and rock music.
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3. Jazmin Bean's Avant-Garde Pop Takes Over House of Blues

Houston's House of Blues will be the venue for an eclectic performance by singer-songwriter Jazmin Bean. Known for pushing the boundaries of pop music with their avant-garde style, Jazmin Bean's show is anticipated to be a visual and auditory feast. Prepare to be enchanted by the artist's unique persona and genre-defying music, making this a concert that defies expectations and leaves a lasting impression.

4. Houston Symphony's Brett Mitchell Conducts 'The Nightmare Before Christmas In Concert'

For those seeking a spine-tingling symphonic experience, Jones Hall for the Performing Arts will host the Houston Symphony conducted by Brett Mitchell. This special concert will bring to life the iconic music from Tim Burton's "The Nightmare Before Christmas." The fusion of live orchestral music with the beloved animated film promises an enchanting and magical evening for all ages.

5. Trans-Siberian Orchestra's Holiday Spectacular at Toyota Center

The Toyota Center will be ablaze with lights and sound as the Trans-Siberian Orchestra brings their renowned Holiday Spectacular to Houston. This symphonic rock group is known for their electrifying performances, combining classical music with a rock twist. Prepare for a visual spectacle that will enchant and amaze, setting the perfect tone for the holiday season.

As the city becomes a hub of musical magic this weekend, Houstonians are in for a treat with an array of performances that cater to diverse tastes. From the classic country vibes of Jack Ingram to the avant-garde pop of Jazmin Bean and the symphonic grandeur of the Houston Symphony and Trans-Siberian Orchestra, there's something for everyone to enjoy in this musical extravaganza. Get ready to immerse yourself in the sounds and sights that will make this weekend one to remember.

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Weekend Fridays 12/8/2023

Dinosaurs Roar Back to Life, Creating an Unforgettable Journey through Time
@NRG Center

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Country Singer-Songwriter
Jack Ingram Weaves Tales of Life, Love,

and Everything In Between
@The Heights Theatre

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Weekend Saturdays 12/9/2023

Houston Symphony's Brett Mitchell Conducts a Spine-Tingling Symphony
'The Nightmare Before
Christmas In Concert'
@Jones Hall for the Performing Arts

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The Eccentric Musical Universe of Jazmin Bean Takes Center Stage for a Night of Unforgettable Performance
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Weekend Sundays 12/10/2023

Trans-Siberian Orchestra's
Holiday Spectacular

Enchanting Houston
with Musical Magic

@Toyota Center
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