This weekend March 6th-8th, 2020
Published Thursday 3/5/2020 10:14AM
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Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
Chance the Rapper
Friday 3/6/2020 6:45 PM
Houston's Livestock and Rodeo Show kicks off its first weekend of popular fan favorite concerts. This weekend its Chancelor Jonathan Bennett AKA Chance the Rapper at NRG.
Chance the Rapper says his interest in music began with the late Michael Jackson, who he listened to obsessively on cassettes up until the fifth grade of elementary school.
In magazine interviews with XXL and Complex said it was Kanye West, James Brown, MC Hammer, Prince, Lupe Fiasco, Common, Young Thug, Lil Wayne, Esham, Eminem, Souls of Mischief and Freestyle Fellowship influenced his artistic development. When asked about the gospel influences in his music, he says it was Kirk Franklin his favorite composer.
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The Eagles: Hotel California
Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, with Deacon Frey and Vince Gill – are bringing their recent, highly acclaimed “Hotel California” performances to Houston! Each night’s concert will feature the “Hotel California” album played in its entirety, with an accompanying orchestra and choir, followed by an additional set of the band’s greatest hits. More info at www.toyotacenter.com
Fri Mar 6, 2020 8pm
Sat March 7, 2020 8pm
1510 Polk St, Houston, TX
Houston Roughnecks vs. Seattle Dragons
TDECU Stadium. XFL football on the University of Houston campus. More info at https://www.xfl.com/teams/houston/
Sat Mar 7, 2020 1pm
3847 Holman St, Houston, TX
Houston Sabercats vs. Austin Herd
Major League Rugby at Aveva Stadium in Houston Sports Park. Take Hwy. 288 South from downtown Houston, exit Almeda Road, turn right (west). More stadium information at www.houstonsabercats.com
Sat Mar 7, 2020 7pm
2055 Mowery Rd, Houston, TX
Houston Rockets vs. Orlando Magic
NBA Basketball at Toyota Center.
info at www.nba.com/rockets
Sun Mar 8, 2020 6pm
Toyota Center, 1510 Polk St.
Jill Scott in Concert
@Revention Music Center
Three-time Grammy winner Jill Scott marks the 20th anniversary of her debut album, "Who Is Jill Scott? Words and Sounds Vol. 1," with this national tour.
“I’m going to be true to the album setlist,” Scott told Billboard. “I’ll do every song in the order of the album. My audience should bring their CD covers. Some may know the list by heart. I will create musical arrangements for the songs purposes with new energy but keep the integrity of the original songs they love. Expect theatre. Expect incredible musicianship. Expect love.” Ms Scott recently told the Detorit Free Press
More information at 713.230.1600 or www.livenation.com or www.reventionmusiccenter.com
Sun Mar 8, 2020 8pm
520 Texas Street, Houston, TX
Grown Up 2020 Tour
The RuPaul Drag Race Champion makes her way to the Wortham Center this weekend. “I really wanted to, in true drag-queen fashion, put a hat on a hat on a hat,” Trixie told New Times.com recently in reference to the show. “This tour is more costumes, more wigs, a full band, more songs, more videos. This is the biggest, bestest show I’ve ever put on.” Trixie Mattel is a drag performer, singer-songwriter and comedian. She lives in Los Angeles. Event content is appropriate for ages 16 and up. More info at https://tickets.houstonfirsttheaters.com
Sun Mar 8, 2020 8pm
501 Texas Ave, Houston, TX
Cirque du Soleil - Alegria
@Sam Houston Race Park
Cirque de Soleil - Alegria show has been reimagined for a new generation to fall in love with. A wind of change hangs in the air, as the aristocratic ideals of the old guard are challenged by the revolutionary ideals of a youth in revolt. It all starts this weekend February 29, 2020) at Sam Houston Race Park under their Grand Chapiteau throughout the month of March.
Featuring a soundtrack that incorporates an eclectic mix of sonic palates and stunning feats of circus artistry, Alegría earns its reputation as an all-time classic Cirque du Soleil show. Stunning costume design and vibrant sets allow you to fully immerse yourself in this kingdom on the verge of revolutionary change.
Alegría takes its name from the Spanish word for "joy." Cirque du Soleil's literature describes the show as "an operatic introspection of the struggle for power and the invigorating energy of youth." Dominique Lemieux's costumes evince a baroque aesthetic of decadence and ornamentation, while René Dupéré's musical score features a unique blend of French, Spanish, African, and Mediterranean influences. The stage and props are characterized by gothic arches and harsh angular designs.
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