Houston’s Electronic Music Calendar

This article is a collaborative effort, crafted and edited by a team of dedicated professionals.

Contributors: Andranick Tanguiane, Fred Lerdahl,


Looking for something to do in Houston? Check out our electronic music calendar for a list of upcoming events!


Houston’s Electronic Music Calendar is your one-stop shop for all things electronic music in Houston, TX. We’ve got you covered with all the latest news, reviews, interviews, and show listings for the entire Houston area.

What’s Happening This Week

This Week’s Events:

Monday, September 21
-Free Intro to electronic Music Production Class at Rice University from 6:30-8pm.
-Ableton Live Certification Prep Course at Midtown Art & Frame from 6:30-8:30pm.

Tuesday, September 22
-KVR Developer Challenge Submission Deadline
– Electro Swing Night at Notsuoh from 9pm-2am.
Free before 10pm with RSVP. $5 cover after 10pm.

Wednesday, September 23
-“We Are All connected” Open Mic & Music Event at Avant Garden from 8pm-12am. Free admission with 1 drink minimum purchase. Signups for performers start at 7:30pm sharp! https://www.facebook.com/events/1437487456192724/
Thump Radio on Houston Public Media feat. an interview with DJ Sun + local music spun live on air from 8-10pm CST http://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/shows/thump-radio/2015/09/18/119686/thump-radio 197 2 Sept 23 2015 – Sept 29 2015

Upcoming Events

Mark your calendars—these are the can’t-miss events in Houston’s electronic music scene. From intimate warehouse parties to enormous music festivals, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Soak up some sun at Day For Night, one of Houston’s largest and most popular electronic music festivals. This two-day event features world-renowned DJs and producers, incredible light shows, and cutting-edge visual art.

Get your groove on at Kandi Beach Party, a monthly day party held at one of Houston’s sexiest beaches. This party is all about having fun in the sun, with great music, drinks, and food to keep you going all day long.

If you’re looking for something a little more intimate, check out Trinity Grooves’ Warehouse Parties. These monthly parties are held in a converted warehouse in downtown Houston, and feature some of the best up-and-coming DJs in the city.


The two main types of venues are clubs and festivals.

Clubs are year-round places that people can go to experience electronic music. They usually have a dance floor, bar, and stage where the DJ performs. The size of the club will determine how many people can fit inside, with some clubs holding hundreds or even thousands of people.

Festivals are events that usually last one to three days and feature many different DJs performing on multiple stages. Some festivals take place indoors at a club or music venue, while others are held outdoors in fields or parks. Many festivals also have camping options so that attendees can stay on-site for the duration of the event.


Thank you for taking the time to explore Houston’s electronic music calendar. This guide should help you navigate the scene and find the best events for your taste. Remember to keep an open mind and have fun!

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