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"25th Annual Texas Crawfish & Music Festival" With Fuel, Lit, Earshot: Budweiser Crawfish Stage., Sat., May 21. Old Town Spring.

Amplified Heat, The Happen-Ins: Sat., May 21. Continental Club.

Arctic Monkeys: Wed., Aug. 3. House of Blues.

Joe Jack Talcum, The Bassturd, Rival Wife: Thu., June 9. Super Happy Fun Land.

Born Again Virgins, American Fangs, SaySaySAy, Bearfighter: Fri., May 13. Walter's On Washington.

Britney Spears, Nicki Minaj: Wed., July 13. Toyota Center.

Cute Lepers, Something Fierce: Tue., Sept. 13. Rudyard's.

"Canned Acoustica III" With Two Star Symphony Featuring Fat Tony, Hilary Sloan, The Manichean, Holy Fiction, The Handshake, Tax The Wolf: Thu., May 26. Warehouse Live.

Celtic Thunder: Sat., Nov. 5. Verizon Wireless Theater.

Dick Dale: Wed., June 8. Mainstage.

DJ Qbert: Fri., June 17. Fitzgerald's.

Emmylou Harris: Wed., June 22. Verizon Wireless Theater.

Ivan & Alyosha: Sun., May 15. Rudyard's.

Jody Seabody & The Whirls, Kyle Hubbard, Cavernous, Richie Roc: Sat., June 25. The Mink.

Kings Of Leon: Sat., July 30. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.

Luke Bryan: Fri., May 27. House of Blues.

Maroon 5, Train: Sat., Sept. 24. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.

Matisyahu: Tue., Aug. 16. House of Blues.

Ninjasonik, Fat Tony: Thu., June 16. Fitzgerald's.

Nicole Atkins: Thu., June 16. Fitzgerald's.

Randy Travis: Sat., Sept. 24. Arena Theatre.

R. Kelly, Keyshia Cole: Sun., June 5. Toyota Center.

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan: Wed., May 25. Arena Theatre.

Ramblin' Jack Elliott: Tue., June 21. Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe.

Sheila Swift , The Abyss: Sat., May 21. Echo.

Stationery, Flowers To Hide: Sun., May 29. Dean's On Main.

Ted Nugent: Thu., Aug. 25. House of Blues.


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