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Noah Kahan’s We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour rolled into The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Thursday, June 13, transforming the amphitheater into a venue dripping with fall foliage and bittersweet memories. Kahan, the New England singer-songwriter known for his introspective lyrics and relatable storytelling,...

Vampire Weekend played 713 Music Hall for the fifth stop on the tour of their fifth album, “Only God Was Above Us.” The crowd gathered as the opener, LA LOM, set up in front of a Vampire Weekend banner. The Los Angeles-based group known for their blend of Cumbia and Jazz gave guests a taste of classic romantic Latin...

Photos by: Oscar Herrera On Saturday, Maggie Rogers delivered an unforgettable performance in Houston on her “Don’t Forget Me” tour.  The singer-songwriter took the stage at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion after storms during the day. Rogers brought an undeniable charisma to the stage and had her audience...

The Dave Matthews Band brought their signature sound to The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on May 31, 2024, kicking off the night with a blast of energy with “One Sweet.” The crowd roared with approval as the band launched into their set, instantly setting the tone for a night of musical exploration. A standout...

T-Pain and his crew brought the Mansion in Wiscansin Party to 713 Music Hall for the very first stop of the tour. Guests filled up all three floors from bar to bar, barricade to entrance. DJ SLICK305 hyped up the crowd with songs for the Geminis and Hispanics, getting them ready for the show. “Swag Surfin’” and...

On May 17, 2024, Billie Eilish released her anticipated album “HIT ME HARD AND SOFT.” The title displays the oxymoron love brings as Eilish expresses her sexuality through multiple soft pop ballads. The cover art, a photograph of the artist sinking underwater, resonates with the feeling of one drowning in their...

Luke Hemmings’ newest album “boy” is a long-awaited release after his solo debut album “When Facing the Things We Turn Away From.” With only seven songs on “boy,” Hemmings manages to encapsulate his twenties in a way that resonates with a lot of fans who have grown up listening to him. This new album focuses on...

Big as Texas experienced a classic Texan rainstorm featuring performances by thunder and lightning. However, the final day of the festival must go on. Unfortunately, Smithfield and The Heels were unable to perform due to the heavy afternoon downpour, and many outdoor vendors had to pack up their tents. While...

As Big As Texas continues on, festival-goers are taken through a sample of the events and organizations to visit between concerts on the second day of festival fun. Experiences were set up around the fairgrounds including chainsaw art, photo opportunities, car shows and more! The standout experience at the center...

Cover photo by: Raphael Fernandez The Big As Texas Music Festival continues to prove it’s more than just a name. Following a foot-stomping opening night with Thomas Rhett, yesterday’s lineup offered a delightful genre-bend, showcasing the wide spectrum of Texas music in all its glory. The early afternoon buzzed...