Top 6 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week: April 19 to 25, 2021

Pod seating at White Oak Music Hall Lawn | Photo: William Clark Green; Courtesy of White Oak Music Hall

Put on your dancing shoes for these must-see live shows and concerts around Houston from Monday, April 19 through Sunday, April 25, 2021.

This week, get a taste of local Tejano in Midtown, livestream a ROCO season finale, take in the timeless tunes of Sublime, enjoy a pair of outdoor opera concerts, and more.

Want to dig deeper for live concerts in Houston this month? Check the 365 Houston calendar for additional shows taking place across H-Town.

Top 6 Live Shows & Concerts in Houston This Week

  • Badfish: 20th Anniversary Tour at House of Blues | Friday, April 23 – Celebrate 20 years of live performances at an all-ages show from Sublime tribute band, Badfish, when the reggae rockers take to the stage at House of Blues for a standing room–only concert in Downtown. $20. 8pm.
  • ROCO in Concert: Flamenco Virtual Performance on Facebook & YouTube | Saturday, April 24 | FREE | Virtual – The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra concludes their 2020-21 season with a livestreamed performance of Flamenco, which includes the world premiere of The History of Red with soprano Kathryn Mueller performing as soloist. Free to view; livestream will remain viewable after premiere on the ROCO Facebook and YouTube channel. 5pm.
  • The Flamin’ Hellcats at The Continental Club | Saturday, April 24 | No Cover – Dance outdoors to the Tejano rock sounds of local band The Flamin’ Hellcats when they take the stage at The Continental Club in Mid-Main. 7pm.
  • Opera in the Heights: Highlights from Lucia and Figaro at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday, April 24 & Sunday, April 25 – Head out to the lawn at White Oak for a pair of live concerts highlighting Donizetti’s “Lucia di Lammermoor” and Mozart’s “Marriage of Figaro”, conducted by artistic director Eiki Isomura. $125 for a pod of up to six people. Saturday 7:30pm; Sunday 4pm.
  • Blondish in Concert at Rockefeller’s Houston | Saturday, April 24 Hear ’80s favorites like “Call Me” and “Heart of Glass” during a tribute to the ’70s new wave band, Blondie, when Blondish hits the stage at Rockefeller’s Houston on Washington Ave. Synchronicity, a tribute to The Police, opens the show. $10 to $18. 8pm.
  • Reverend Horton Heat in Concert at Dosey Doe: The Big Barn | Saturday, April 24 – Rock out to the psychobilly sounds of the Texas-based favorite, Reverend Horton Heat, when they take the stage at Dosey Doe: The Big Barn in The Woodlands for an energetic live set. $78 to $138. 8:30pm.

Social Distancing & COVID-19

As we enter into the vaccination phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, medical experts still advise that we have a way to go before we achieve herd immunity and can safely resume pre-pandemic activities. In the meantime, you can remain vigilant in protecting yourself against the coronavirus by continuing to wear face masks when in public spaces, practice social distancing of at least six feet, limit your touching of surfaces, and frequently use hand sanitizer or soap and water to keep your hands clean.

While the Governor of Texas has lifted mandatory mask orders and capacity limits, most businesses are still requiring face masks to enter and enforcing reduced capacity. Familiarize with your destination’s policies ahead of time and please respect their public safety precautions.

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Justin Jerkins
Justin Jerkins covers sports, concerts, destinations, and breweries in Houston, while serving as Editor of 365 Things to Do in Houston.