Concerts and shows to check out July 4th weekend in Houston 2017
Hunter Hayes

You've got a cookout planned, a great spot for fireworks, and you're relaxing in the summer heat. What's left? Live music. Few things are more fun than a concert, especially to celebrate a holiday in the middle of summer, when the concert season is at its peak. And Houston has a lot of concerts for you to check out over July 4th weekend, from pop and country chart-toppers to rock bands, so find one you can't miss and get your tickets before they sell out!

All Time Low
June 30 @ 7 p.m.
House of Blues - 1204 Caroline St., Houston, TX 77002

Band All Time Low is back on the road this summer with their Young Renegades tour, and their Houston stop is just in time to kick off 4th of July weekend with a show at the House of Blues on Friday, June 30, with support from The Wrecks, Waterparks, and Night Riots. Tickets are on sale now and range from $27 to $45.

July 1 @ 8 p.m.
Revention Music Center - 520 Texas Ave., Houston, TX 77002

Rock band Bush is also in the middle of a summer tour, with a Houston stop at the Revention Music Center on July 1. Tickets start at $35 and are on sale now.

Diana Ross
July 2 @ 8 p.m.
Smart Financial Centre - 18111 Lexington Boulevard, Sugar Land, TX 77479

Head to nearby Sugar Land to see a concert from legend Diana Ross on her In the Name of Love tour at the Smart Financial Centre on July 2. Tickets range from $67 to $127 and are on sale now.

Hunter Hayes & DNCE
July 4 @ 4 p.m.
Eleanor Tinsley Park - 500 Allen Parkway, Houston, TX 77002

Celebrate with Freedom Over Texas, kicking off with music from United States Air Force Band of the West, followed by even more music from country musician Hunter Hayes and pop act DNCE, as well as local musicians across multiple stages throughout the evening. And, of course, the evening will end with fireworks. Tickets are $8 now through July 3. The price will increase to $10 day of show.

Houston Symphony
July 4 @ 8:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre - 6000 Hermann Park Dr., Houston, TX 77030

Classical music can make for a fun night out--especially when you're talking about some of the patriotic staples, the like 1812 Overture. Enjoy that and more when the Houston Symphony holds a Star-Spangled Salute at the outdoor Miller Theatre, followed by a fireworks display. Although tickets are required, they are free and can be obtained at the theater box office.