Hitting all the right notes.
Whatever moves you musically, you’ll find it here in McAllen. The music scene ranges from live concert performances by Grammy-award winning artists to orchestra and choral programs, so perk up your ears.
Music After Hours is a free outdoor concert series that we at M3 Productions hold twice a month from October to May in conjunction with The City of McAllen, TX, The McAllen Chamber of Commerce and The McAllen Convention Center. For more information visit Music After Hours.
The Creative Incubator:
1001 South 16th Street
Mcallen, TX 78501-5372
Other Great Music Options:
Cine El Rey
311 S. 17th Street
This “downtown treasure” has a long and rich history serving the City’s Hispanic community. After being closed for a time, the Cine El Rey (the King Cinema) has been restored to its former glory and hosts live music, special concerts, film showings and other cool events.
McAllen Music has all the latest details about the McAllen Music scene, including information on music festival events such as Music Afterhours, Another Music Festival, South of the City Limits and much more.
McAllen Symphonic Band
P.O. Box 720812
The McAllen Symphonic Band fills McAllen Civic Center and your senses with concerts generally scheduled November – March. Tickets are a mere $5 and the experience unforgettable!
South of the City Limits
Live Music Concerts October – May
Cine El Ray - 311 S. 17th Street
South of the City Limits showcases a range of shows from blues and jazz to Latin rock. Sponsored by the McAllen Chamber of Commerce, McAllen is proud to host an array of Grammy-winning artists.
South Texas Lyric Opera
Since 2005, South Texas has been able to enjoy the fine art of opera under the leadership of Maestro Mazias deOliveira. Spring, Fall and Christmas operas are performed at the McAllen Civic Center by a cast of 40-50 volunteers. Vocal art.
Valley Symphony Orchestra & Chorale
The Valley Symphony Orchestra & Chorale has a mission to inspire the community by performing the highest quality live symphonies and supporting the best music education in the Rio Grande Valley. The season runs from October – April and includes six concerts. Performances are held at the University of Texas Pan American Fine Arts Auditorium in Edinburg.