Discover the biggest talents in music at these must-see shows and concerts around Houston from Monday, April 25 through Sunday, May 1, 2022.
This week, say farewell to the longtime conductor of the Houston Symphony; say hello to massive music groups like Justin Bieber, Bon Jovi and Deftones; catch a free classic rock show at Hermann Park, and more.
Want to dig deeper for live gigs in Houston this month? Check the 365 Houston schedule for additional shows taking place in H-Town.
Top 14 Live Shows and Concerts in Houston This Week
- Tai Verdes at the White Oak Music Hall | Monday April 25 – After releasing his first studio album, TV, and the single “AOK” certified gold in 2021, singer-songwriter Tai Verdes appears on the Downstairs stage in White Oak. $23 and up. 7 p.m.
- Bon Jovi at the Toyota Center | tuesday 26 april – The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers resume touring after a pandemic hiatus, bringing with them their latest album, 2020, plus other fan favorites. $19.50 and up. 8 p.m.
- Death Cab for Cutie at 713 Music Hall | Thursday April 28 – The indie rock band enters their 25th year of playing, rocking the Post HTX Concert Hall in Downtown to perform songs from their latest album, thanks for today, and other fan favorites. $30 and up. 8 p.m.
- Justin Bieber at the Toyota Center | friday april 29 – Pop sensation Justin Bieber is joined by Jaden on the tour for his sixth studio album, Justice, which brings him to Downtown for a highly anticipated concert. $59.50 and up. 7:30 p.m.
- Snow tha produced at House of Blues | friday april 29 – After picking up her first Latin Grammy nomination last year, the Mexican American rapper hits House of Blues on the Dale Gas Tour ahead of her next studio album, Valemadre. $25. 8 p.m.
- Houston Symphony Presents Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony at Jones Hall | From Friday 29 April to Sunday 1 May | Virtual option – In his final performances as Music Director of the Houston Symphony Orchestra, Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducts this resplendent symphony, unmatched in all music. Celebrate the end of an era in the Houston arts scene with a performance that showcases the orchestra at its best. $29 and up (live stream is $20). Friday and Saturday 8 p.m.; Sunday 2:30 p.m.
- The Ponce Project presents mexican bedroom at the match | Saturday April 30 – In Midtown, this concert features two beautiful compositions by two of Latin America’s most revered composers: José Rolón Cuarteto Romantico and Manuel M. Ponce Romantic Threesome. $25. 2:30 p.m.
- Deftones on the lawn at White Oak Music Hall | Saturday April 30 – The Sacramento alternative metal band arrives at White Oak’s Lawn for a highly anticipated show in support of their latest release, ohm. Tickets are sold out throughout the venue, but you can find hard-to-get seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 6 p.m.
- AJR in concert at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Saturday April 30 – The indie pop trio open the new season at the Woodlands outdoor venue, performing songs from their latest release, OK Orchestra. $30.50 and up. 7:30 p.m.
- Tori Amos in concert at the Smart Financial Center | Saturday April 30 – The pop rock icon stops by Sugar Land while on tour Ocean to Ocean, the 16th studio album by the singer-songwriter. $49.50 and up. 7:30 p.m.
- Snoh Aalegra at the Bayou Music Center | Saturday April 30 – The Swedish singer-songwriter stops by Downtown to perform songs from her latest album, Temporary highs in the purple sky. $59 and up. 8 p.m.
- Heart By Heart in concert at the Miller Outdoor Theater | Saturday April 30 | FREE – Featuring two original band members, this tribute act plays many hits from classic rock band Heart, including “Barracuda”, “Crazy On You”, “Magic Man” and more. 8:15 p.m.
- Apollo Chamber Players presents American legends at the leisure center | Sunday May 1 – In American legendsApollo Chamber Players closes its season with the live world premiere of In the shadow of the mountain by Jennifer Higdon, the world’s most performed living composer. $55 and up. 2 p.m.
- James Arthur with Nina Nesbitt in concert at the House of Blues | Sunday May 1 – The English singer-songwriter is known for winning Britain’s top TV award The X Factor in 2012, although he passed by the House of Blues in Downtown during the tour of his fourth studio album, Everything will make sense in the end. $29.50 and up. 7 p.m.