“Nothing” To Do in Houston: June
Big Gigantic, known for their impressive shows that mix electronica with live instrumentation, wowed sweaty crowds with a shower of confetti during their set at FPSF earlier this month.
Future country legend and Houston-raised Robert Ellis performed one of Cactus Music‘s many free shows, all while wearing a custom-embroidered NASA-themed ensemble.
Progressive house sensation deadmau5 stopped in Houston for a headlining set at FPSF, shown here without his signature round mask.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston caused a social media firestorm with Yayoi Kusama’s At the End of the Universe, an immersive ‘infinity room’ installation by the renowned Japanese artist.
Boondocks has been attracting increasingly higher profile international techno and house DJs, this time with Switzerland’s Nora En Pure.
Crowds at FPSF didn’t seem to mind the heat as Chicago-based Louis the Child rocked fans with their afternoon set.
Fans at Houston’s House of Blues were lucky enough to catch a hot set from California’s rising star and hip hop artist Anderson .Paak, who’s album Malibu is a contender for Album of the Year.
Toronto rap sensation Tory Lanez, who performed alongside A$AP Ferg, heartily roused FPSF crowds at NRG Park in spite of the brutal heat and rain.
Local punk legends 30 Foot Fall put on a rowdy show at downtown spot Nightingale Room, known for hosting some of the city’s best and most affordable shows.
Pittsburgh’s 24-year-old rap star Mac Miller put on an incredible performance for the massive crowds gathered in front of the festival’s largest stage.