Summer is just around the corner, and Darling Homes residents in Dallas and Houston are celebrating by booking tickets to see some of their favorite performers play in Texas over the next few months, with artists from The Eagles to Miranda Lambert all visiting the Lone Star State in the coming months.
Summer Concerts in Dallas
Kesha and Macklemore are coming to Dallas on June 20 with their dual concert at the Starplex Pavilion. Tickets are selling fast for the duo, who both released new albums last year. Between the pop star and alternative hip-hop sensation, this concert is sure to be a good time. The Eagles are coming to AT&T Stadium on June 23. Though the band hasn’t put out a new album since 2007. The Eagles are known for their catalog of hits dating back to the early 1970s, including “Take it Easy” and “Hotel California.”
On July 20, Sam Smith makes his Dallas debut at the American Airlines Center. Known for his soulful songs and lyrics, Smith found fame in the U.S. with his single “Stay With Me.” On this tour, the singer is featuring his latest album, The Thrill Of It All. Country fans won’t want to miss Jason Aldean’s concert at the Dos Equis Pavilion on July 28. Aldean has been a country music staple for over a decade, churning out hits including “Big Green Tractor” and “A Little More Summertime.”
Summer Concerts in Houston
In Houston, the incredible lineup of artists coming to Texas continues at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, in The Woodlands. Rock band Weezer hits the stage with The Pixies on June 29. Both bands have produced alternative rock hit songs. Weezer recently released their 11th studio album, Pacific Daydream. Other concerts hitting the stage at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion this summer include Paramore with Foster the People on July 13, Counting Crows on July 22 and Imagine Dragons on August 4.
Another concert hotspot in Houston is the Toyota Center, welcoming artists like the GRAMMY-award winning Smashing Pumpkins on July 17. This is the first tour for Smashing Pumpkins, known for songs such as “1979,” in nearly 20 years.
Smashing Pumpkins isn’t the only big-name band to play at the Toyota Center this summer. Hall & Oates, along with Train, will take the stage on July 26, featuring full separate sets and a joint set from the bands. Panic! At The Disco, known for songs such as “I Write Sins Not Tragedies,” will play at the venue on August 3.
No matter what your favorite genre of music is, venues in both Dallas and Houston are offering up a great series of concerts for you to experience live music this summer.