The 35th
Annual Accordion Kings and Queens
Produced by Texas Folklife

Tickets will be available here starting May 31 at 10:00 AM!!

This performance will not be livestreamed. 

Join us for a night dedicated to the enchanting sounds of accordion music, shining a spotlight on Texas’s rich musical heritage.

From timeless tunes to contemporary beats, this event features top accordion talents, celebrating the diverse cultural essence of our state. Be sure to catch past participants of the Big Squeeze, our annual youth accordion contest, as they showcase their skills on stage.

Don’t miss this opportunity to immerse yourself in the musical diversity and talent that Texas has to offer.

Widely regarded as the unofficial “National Instrument of Texas,” the accordion holds a significant role in various folk music genres and cultural communities across the state. So, dust off your dancing boots and join us for another historic celebration of the accordion in Texas!

Texas Folklife is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, celebrating, and promoting the diverse cultural heritage of Texas. Texas Folklife strives to showcase the traditions, arts, and stories of communities across the state through various programs and events. Texas Folklife aims to ensure that these traditions continue to thrive for generations by fostering a sense of belonging and appreciation for cultural heritage.

Lineup to be announced!

All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are FREE!

Photos are being taken at this event and may appear in Miller Outdoor Theatre’s print or digital communications or marketing materials. By attending this event, you hereby authorize MTAB to use your photograph in any and all use related to the educational mission of MOT without compensation.

 

Now you can get your Miller tickets online and on your smart phone! Limit 4 per person.

No tickets are necessary for the Hill!

The show goes on rain or shine.

For more information on tickets and seating click here.

All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.

Saturday, June 1, 2024
7:00 pm (4h)