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Sometimes one of your favorite things about a concert is the actual venue itself. This is why we’ve curated a list of events happening this month by some of our favorite venues.

From The Wonder Years to Highly Suspect, here are the best concerts coming to Houston this month.

Toyota Center

Aventura with Romeo Santos

Friday, February 14 | 8PM

Take your date out this Valentine’s Day night to hear Aventura play at Toyota Center with Romeo Santos. This bachata group is one of the most influential Hispanic artists of our generation. Grab tickets on SeatGeek and get ready for them to swoon your date away with their romantic ballads and hip-swaying music.


Saturday, February 15 | 7PM

MercyMe is a contemporary Christian music band that has garnered a lot of fans over the years for their indie-style songs. Their hit single, “I Can Only Imagine” has over 73 million views on Youtube (and counting). You can grab tickets for their show for as low as $44 on SeatGeek.

House of Blues Houston

Saint Motel with KOLARS

Saturday, February 1 | 8PM

Get ready for a night full of head-bopping indie dream pop music, because Saint Motel is playing at the House of Blues Houston with KOLARS the first of February. You may recognize them from a few of their incredibly popular songs like “My Type” and “Cold Cold Man.” Their music is so catchy and fun, it’s impossible to not have a good time at one of their shows.

Grace Potter & The Nocturnals with Devon Gilfillian

Friday, February 14 | 7PM

Grace Potter originally started as a solo singer-songwriter, releasing several albums. She then formed the band Grace Potter & The Nocturnals in 2002. This band has a more blues rock style that will make you feel all kinds of things during the show. Tickets are selling fast starting from $24.

White Oak Music Hall

Dylan LeBlanc

Friday, February 28 | 7PM

Dylan LeBlanc has managed to mix country, folk, and Americana music in a uniquely alternative way that could make even the most anti-country music person a fan. He is currently on tour and releasing his newest album Renegade that will be out June 7. Grab tickets and you might even hear him play some of his songs from his upcoming album.

The Wonder Years

Saturday, February 29 | 6PM

Pop-punk fans rejoice on Leap Day because The Wonder Years are playing at the White Oak Music Hall. The Wonder Years have made quite a name for themselves in the community, being a fan favorite since 2005. You can grab tickets to this show on SeatGeek for as low as $34

Warehouse Live


Friday, February 21 | 7:30PM

Buckcherry is one of those 90s American Rock bands that everyone either knows one song from, or alternately were huge fans of them and knew all of the B-sides. They kind of dissolved around 2002, but made a quick comeback in 2005, releasing a brand new album just one year later. Well, we’re glad they’re back and now you can catch them live this month.

Xavier Omar

Saturday, February 15 | 8PM

Xavier Omar is currently on a tour around the United States and you shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity to watch him perform live. This soulful R&B singer will be gracing us with his sweet melodies the day after Valentine’s Day. What a great way to keep the romance going! Tickets are going for as low as $31 on SeatGeek.

Revention Music Center

Highly Suspect

Saturday, February 8 | 8PM

Highly Suspect actually started as a bar cover band in Cape Cod, MA and has since evolved into the amazing Rock band they are today. They are widely known for their hit singles, “Lydia” and “My Name Is Human,” both reaching over 55 million streams each. In fact, “My Name Is Human” was Grammy-nominated. They’ll be playing February 8 at the Revention Music Center.

Whiskey Myers with Ray Wylie Hubbard

Saturday, February 15 | 8PM

It’s always nice to see a band that hails from your home state. On February 15, grab tickets to listen to Whiskey Myers with Ray Wylie Hubbard at the Revention Music Center. Having released their newest album just last year, the country rock band is currently on tour around the United States to promote it. Tickets are on sale on SeatGeek starting from $39.

(Photo by Jazmin Quaynor on Unsplash)