Photo by Shannon O'Hara/Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau

Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy some of the hottest musical talents as they perform each month at 8 p.m. in the heart of Market Square Park.

March 16 - Cello Fury
Three classically-trained cellists and a rock drummer.

April 18 - MilkDrive
Jazz-grass band that features fiddle, guitar, mandolin, double bass and vocals.

May 9 - George Porter Jr. & Runnin' Pardners
Storied bass player, formerly with the Meters, Porter has assembled a talented group of musicians for his quintessential New Orleans band.

Sept. 9 - The Zydeco Dots
Join at the park for some fun Cajun and zydeco music. One of Houston's favorites, the Zydeco Dots plays a bluesiana blend of rhythm and blues.

Oct. 11 - Bruce and Kelly Show
Austin natives, Bruce Robinson and Kelly Willis are both highly recognized solo artists, but this husband and wife duo admit sometimes songs just sound better when they sing them together. Catch this talented couple sing some cool country tunes.

Oct. 30 - The Suffers
This local 10-piece band redefines the sound of Gulf Coast Soul by blending elements of classic American soul with rock-n-roll. The Suffers will rock the park with the bold sounds of their horn section and the beautiful voice of lead singer, Kam Franklin.

Nov. 8 - Musiqa
Following the success of its 2013 fall Market Square concert, Musiqa returns to fill the park with the sounds of new music. From the driving rhythms of Julia Wolfe's Dark Full Ride to the hypnotic pulsation of Steve Reich's New York Counterpoint and the haunting lyricism of Kati Agocs' Hymn, the park will be alive with music. Come early for a picnic dinner and hear the Musiqa Student Brass Ensemble perform the six original works created for the Market Square Clock Project.  Pre-show begins at 6:30 pm and the main event begins at 7:30 pm.



Market Square Park
301 Milam St.
Houston, TX 77002


Admission is free.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.