Act quickly to secure your seats to these must-see live music and concerts in Houston for April 2019.
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The Rolling Stones highlight a packed month of highly-anticipated concerts from global superstars that descend on Houston.
Top 10 Concerts & Live Shows This Month: April 2019
- Death Cab For Cutie, with My Brightest Diamond at Revention Music Center | Wednesday, April 3 – With their ninth studio album, Thank You for Today, the indie alt-rock group has shown that even twenty years on, they can still produce songs with resonant melodies in fresh directions. Tickets start at $35. 8pm.
- Arijit Singh at Smart Financial Centre | Friday, April 12 – Possibly the most successful singer in Indian music, Arijit Singh returns to Sugar Land for a performance of his fan favorites, like “Tum Hi Ho,” as well as newer works. Tickets range from $64 to over $250, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- La Adictiva at Arena Theatre | Saturday, April 13 – From Sinaloa, Mexico, La Adictiva have enjoyed prominent success with singles like “Te Amo y Te Amo” and “Despues de Ti Quien” that have risen up the charts. Tickets range from $55 to over $150, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8:30pm.
- DMX at House of Blues | Sunday, April 14 – Known for his 1999 best-selling album, …And Then There Was X, hardcore rapper DMX has helped shape popular hip-hop throughout the ’90s and 2000s. Now, he stops by the Downtown venue for a concert that will please his faithful following. Tickets range from $30 to $49.50. 8pm.
- Big Freedia at White Oak Music Hall | Sunday, April 14 – The Queen Diva knows few boundaries, emerging as the leading voice of New Orleans hip hop, also called bounce music, in the early 2000s. Landing on Beyoncé’s “Formation” and “Nice for What” with Drake, Big Freedia has cultivated a fanbase that can’t wait to see the splash she’ll make next. Tickets are $20 with VIP packages available for $50. 8pm.
- Snow Patrol, with We Are Scientists, Ryan McMullan at Revention Music Center | Sunday, April 21 – In May 2018, Snow Patrol released Wildness, the first album for the group after a lengthy seven-year drought. Reflecting a personal sensibility, the album by the “Chasing Cars” band elevates them to a new direction. Tickets for their “Wildness Tour” show start at $35. 8pm.
- Snoop Dogg, with Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, G Funk at Smart Financial Centre | Thursday, April 25 – Arguably the greatest rapper to live, the d-o-double-g continues to reinvent himself, most recently with his 2018 debut gospel album, Book of Love, and his forthcoming seventeenth studio album, I Wanna Thank Me. Snoop brings along a few of his oldest friends for a performance in Sugar Land. Tickets range from $39.50 to $129.50, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- Leon Bridges at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Friday, April 26 – A driving force of the soul revival movement over the last decade, Leon Bridges has cemented himself as a complex, masterful R&B artist with the release of his 2018 sophomore album, Good Thing. Tickets range from $29.50 to $99.50, but you may find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7:30pm.
- Nicky Jam at Smart Financial Centre | Saturday, April 27 – With his seventh studio album, Fénix, Puerto Rican singer Nicky Jam crafted a reggaeton-slash-trap album that is an irresistible jammer. Tickets for his “Intimo Tour 2019” show range from $56 to $166, but you may find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 8pm.
- The Rolling Stones at NRG Stadium (Postponed) | Sunday, April 28 – Their first Houston show in more than a decade, the legendary musicians known as The Rolling Stones stop by NRG Stadium as part of their 13-city “No Filter Tour”. Tickets are expected to be in high demand, with remaining seats ranging from $123 to over $500 and VIP packages going for over $700, but you might find better, cheaper, or hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7:30pm. Due to illness involving Mick Jagger, this event and the rest of the Rolling Stone’s North America tour have been postponed.
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