The Concert Scene


by Christopher Zook
Eagle Staff

Wiz Khalifa

Reliant Arena

 Wiz Khalifa stops in Houston as part of the 2050 concert tour. Khalifa is a popular artist among high school and college students and is also known nationwide for his hit songs No Sleep, Black and Yellow and Roll Up. Khalifa is a young rapper that has come to fame quickly and he is never going to disappoint.

Khalifa will be playing at the Reliant Arena in Houston on Friday Nov. 23 at 7:30 P.M.

 8400 Kirby Drive

Waka Flocka Flame

Stereo Live

 Waka Flocka comes to Houston in one of many stops on his 2012 tour.

Waka Flocka Flame is known for his singles O Lets Do It, Hard in da Paint and No Hands, along with his debut album Flockaveli. Waka Flocka is a very young and talented rapper who has come to fame very quickly.

He will be playing Nov. 10 at 9 P.M. at Warehouse Live.

 813 Saint Emanuel Street



House of Blues

 Matthew Miller, known by his stage name and his Jewish born name Matisyahu, is a relatively unknown ragae and hip hop rapper who is known for his single King Without a Crown.

Matisyahu has appealed to the Jewish community but has recently made steps, becoming more well known to the rest of the U.S.

Matisyahu comes to Houston Nov. 20 at 8 P.M. and will be playing at the House of Blues. This will be a very good concert and will sure to have some interesting things in store for everyone there.

 1204 Caroline Street



Warehouse Live

 Rusko, also commonly known as Chris Mercer, is coming to Houston on Nov. 16 at 8 P.M.

Rusko graduated from Leeds College of Music with a degree in Music Production.

After discovering electronic music, Rusko debuted at Subdub, a Leeds night club. He now makes dubstep and is known for his wide variety of songs ranging from dark and dirty to bright and energy filled.

He has performed in Houston before, and has gained acclaim through his fun concerts. Dance fans should not miss this concert.

 813 Saint Emanuel Street