Apr. 27, 7:30 p.m. | The Majestic Theatre
Cornwall, England is as inspiration for Ocean to Ocean, Tori Amos’ latest studio album. The project is a self-reflection into the singer’s approach to familial loss, Cornish mythology, and her personal reaction to the insurrection in Washington, D.C. The corresponding tour gives Amos a moment to connect with her American fans during a highly personal set. Get tickets.
Apr. 28, 8 p.m. | American Airlines Center
Originally scheduled for 2020, the tour experienced more than one COVID-19 related delay. Now, longtime fans of the band have the opportunity to sing along with Bon Jovi during their 22 song setlist. Buy tickets.
Yak The Mack
Apr. 29, 10 p.m. | Rainbow Vomit
Before Yak The Mack was the renaissance man of Dallas, he was a young man who enjoyed gatherings at his local church. The gatherings were all-white celebrations, where attendees looked heavenly. It resonated within him. “I wanted to create that same feel,” he says about his upcoming all-white party on Friday. The party celebrates the release of “DETAILS,” his second song with Los Angeles based producer Trey Kams. The duo will also perform “STFU,” their collaboration from February. Wear your heavenly whites for this event. RSVP here.
Apr. 30, 7 p.m. | The Echo Lounge & Music Hall
It’s a homecoming show for the Dallas rapper who took TikTok by storm. Tay Money returns to the city that started it all for Tay Day, a special hometown show on her tour. This show features a lineup of rising Dallas and Houston musical talents like Sally Sossa, Asia Kyree, Huncho Da Rockstar, and chart-topping DJ Chose. Saturday marks Tay Money’s first appearance in Dallas since her New Year’s Eve party. You don’t want to miss this. Purchase tickets.
The SenseiBlue, Capshun, Brndn Blue
Apr. 30, 10 p.m. | 4316 Elm St.
No Days off returns for its second edition with a trio of the city’s finest DJs. The SenseiBlue opens the night with a hip-hop/house set. As SenseiBlue spins on the 1s and 2s, roam the mixed use space and grab a plate of smoked meats from Nates BBQ 2 Go or cold-pressed juice from G2 Treats. Capshun follows SenseiBlue with an eccentric set of EDM tracks. The night closes with a farewell set from Brndn Blue, the Brooklyn-based, Dallas-raised DJ who is in town to “turn Dallas tf up this weekend.” Buy tickets.