Van Halen makes a stop in H-Town for the first in three years for their North America Summer/Fall 2015 Tour. The David Lee Roth fronted band last visited in 2012 to support their “A Different Kind of Truth” album. 2012 was the first time Houston Van Halen fans had seen Diamond Dave fronting the rock behemoth since the year 2008. Before that the last stop in Houston for a DLR fronted VH was the year 1984. Let that sink in for a minute.

  • Photographer: Eric Sauseda
    • Groovehouse Photography
  • Tour: R40 Tour
  • Venue: Toyota Center
  • Date: May 20, 2015

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Toyota Center is excited to welcome back Fleetwood Mac on Wednesday, June 5th! Multi Grammy-winning and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, Fleetwood Mac last toured in 2009 with the sold out Unleashed Tour. The new tour also marks the 35th anniversary of the release of their classic Rumours album (1977), one of the most successful albums in recorded history with sales exceeding 40 million copies. Rumours planted itself at the top of the pop charts for over 31 weeks and had four top ten singles.

Date: 06/05/2013

Venue: Toyota Center

Tickets:  Houston Toyota Center

Houston favorite Cheap Trick made what seems like their annual visit to House of Blues Houston. A sold out crowd danced and sang during the bands seventeen song setlist. With a further three song encore leaving the crowd thoroughly spent and satisfied.

Rush - Clockwork Angels Tour

Rush fans quickly snapped up tickets to see and hear one of rock music's greatest live performances. Rush did not disappoint with an epic 2 set performance featuring nine songs in the first set, and 11 in the second set, not counting drum or guitar solos. The first set was comprised of deep cuts only the most die hard Rush fans would know, with a few more recognizable songs sprinkled throughout. The first set ends with a pyrotechnic explosion without rival.