April 21st, 2024

Miss Monique
Unleashing Electronic Magic
at Bauhaus in Houston

Sunday 4/21/2024 4:00 PM

Houston, TX - On Sunday, April 21, 2024, electronic music enthusiasts in Houston will be treated to an electrifying night of beats and rhythms as Miss Monique, the stage name of Ukrainian DJ and producer Olesia Arkusha, will take center stage at Bauhaus. Known for her captivating performances and groundbreaking contributions to the electronic music scene, Miss Monique's presence at Bauhaus is a highly anticipated event.

Born in 1992, Olesia Arkusha, under the alias Miss Monique, has carved a niche for herself in the electronic music world through her innovative approach to mixing and producing. Her rise to fame can be attributed to her creation of popular YouTube channels like "Mind Games" and "MiMo Weekly," which have garnered a massive following of music lovers worldwide.

What sets Miss Monique apart is not just her skill behind the decks but also her ability to curate a musical journey that transcends genres and captivates audiences. Her releases on esteemed labels such as Black Hole Recordings and Bonzai Progressive have earned her recognition as a trailblazer in the electronic dance music scene.

As the night will unfold at Bauhaus, Miss Monique's seamless transitions and infectious energy will sweep the crowd into a frenzy of dance and euphoria. From deep house to progressive trance, her set will be a dynamic fusion of sounds that will keep the audience on their feet and craving more.

Miss Monique's performance will not just be a DJ set; it will be a sonic experience showcasing her mastery of the craft and deep connection to the music. Tracks like "No Fear" and "Miracle" will resonate through the venue, creating an immersive atmosphere filled with pulsating beats and melodic harmonies.

Beyond the music, Miss Monique's performance at Bauhaus will be a celebration of unity and passion, as electronic music enthusiasts come together to revel in the magic of live music.

Fans and newcomers alike will be drawn to Miss Monique's magnetic presence on stage, as she effortlessly blends old favorites with new releases, creating a narrative that unfolded with each track. Her ability to read the crowd and tailor her set to their energy levels will ensure that the night will be nothing short of unforgettable.

Miss Monique
Sunset Mix Ephimera Tulum

Beyond the music, Miss Monique's performance at Bauhaus will be a celebration of unity and passion, as electronic music enthusiasts come together to revel in the magic of live music. Her presence in Houston marks a milestone in the city's electronic music scene, highlighting the global appeal and influence of artists like Miss Monique.

Bauhaus Houston
1803 Pease Street
Houston, TX 77003
Directions (Map)
(281) 910-2444


Rocking the Heart of Texas
Low Cut Connie
Set to Shake Houston

Sunday 4/21/2024 8:00 PM

Houston, Texas, known for its vibrant music scene and enthusiastic concert-goers, is gearing up for a night of high-energy rock 'n' roll as Low Cut Connie prepares to take the stage on Sunday, April 21, 2024 at The Heights Theatre. With their infectious blend of retro rock, soulful tunes, and electrifying performances, Low Cut Connie promises to deliver an unforgettable experience for music lovers in the heart of Texas.

Hailing from Philadelphia, Low Cut Connie has garnered a reputation for their dynamic live shows that blend elements of rock 'n' roll, R&B, and soul into a unique and exhilarating sound. Fronted by the charismatic and energetic Adam Weiner, the band is known for their infectious energy, catchy hooks, and unapologetically raw performances that leave audiences wanting more.

The band has earned praise for its high-energy live performances, which Los Angeles Weekly described as "unmatched in all of rock right now." NPR Music described Weiner as “masterfully fluent in the foundational languages of Western pop.” Low Cut Connie has also gained notoriety for attracting high-profile endorsements such as a surprise inclusion on Barack Obama’s Spotify Summer Playlist in 2015 and a personal association with Elton John, who has called the band one of his favorites.

At the core of Low Cut Connie's music is a deep reverence for rock 'n' roll's roots, channeling the spirit of legends like Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, and Elvis Presley while infusing their own modern twist. Tracks like "Boozophilia," "Revolution Rock 'n' Roll," and "Shake It Little Tina" showcase the band's ability to craft infectious melodies that get crowds on their feet and dancing till the last chord fades.

Houston's music aficionados are in for a treat as Low Cut Connie brings their high-octane energy and irresistible charm to the city on Sunday, April 21, 2024. The concert, set to take place at The Heights Theatre, promises an evening of music that transcends boundaries and unites audiences through the universal language of rock 'n' roll.


Low Cut Connie's reputation for delivering electrifying performances and creating a sense of camaraderie among fans ensures that this concert will be a highlight of the city's music calendar.

Low Cut Connie
Private Lives

Whether you're a longtime fan of Low Cut Connie or discovering their music for the first time, mark your calendars and prepare to rock out on April 21, 2024. Houston, get ready to experience the power and passion of Low Cut Connie as they bring their infectious blend of rock 'n' roll to the Lone Star State in a night that promises to be nothing short of legendary.

The Heights Theatre
339 W 19th St.
Houston TX 77008
Directions (Map)



Comedian Roy Wood Jr.
Brings Laughter
To Houston's House of Blues

Sunday 4/21/2024 8:00 PM

On Sunday, April 21, 2024, comedy enthusiasts in Houston will be treated to an evening of laughter and wit as renowned comedian Roy Wood Jr. performs at Houston's House of Blues. Known for his sharp observational humor and charismatic stage presence, Wood delivers a performance that will delight the audience and show his comedic prowess.

While in college, Wood worked as a morning news reporter for Birmingham, Alabama, radio station WBHJ 95.7 Jamz Hot 105.7. He began focusing on a career in comedy after filling in for the station's in-house comedian, Rickey Smiley.

In 1998, when he was 19, Wood began his career as a standup. Wood recalls that he passed on his midterm tests, essentially failing the semester, in order to open for Tommy Davidson. Wood spent his last two years of college doing dishes on the weekends.

In 2001, after graduating from college, Wood returned to Birmingham and became the head writer/producer for the Buckwilde Morning Show (WBHJ 95.7 JAMZ), a position he held until 2006. He continued working in radio, providing prank calls and content to various morning shows nationally and contributing to Jamie Foxx's Foxxhole station on Sirius XM Radio.

Wood released three prank call CDs: My Momma Made Me Wear This (2003), Confessions of a Bench Warmer (2005), and I'll Slap You to Sleep (2007). Wood's pranks have been featured on numerous hip-hop mix tapes.

Wood's comedic style, characterized by his clever insights on everyday life, social commentary, and hilarious storytelling, will resonate well with the diverse crowd expected at the iconic House of Blues venue. From relatable anecdotes about modern life to insightful takes on current events, Wood's material will keep the audience engaged and laughing throughout the night.

Wood Jr. has established himself as a prominent figure in the comedy scene, gaining recognition for his work as a correspondent on "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" and his stand-up specials on Comedy Central.

His first Comedy Central stand-up special, Father Figure, premiered in 2017, with an extended uncensored album of the same name released by Comedy Central Records. In 2017, he was named the new host of Comedy Central's storytelling series This Is Not Happening. Wood's second Comedy Central special, Roy Wood Jr.: No One Loves You, premiered in 2019.


Roy Wood Jr.
Imperfect Messenger

Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Roy Wood Jr. has established himself as a prominent figure in the comedy scene, gaining recognition for his work as a correspondent on "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" and his stand-up specials on Comedy Central. His unique blend of humor, infused with cultural insights and a sharp wit, has earned him a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim.

The atmosphere at Houston's House of Blues will be electric and Wood will expertly navigate with a variety of topics, showcasing his versatility and comedic range. His ability to find humor in the ordinary and turn it into comedic gold is a testament to his talent as a comedian.

Roy Wood Jr.'s performance at Houston's House of Blues on April 21, 2024, will undoubtedly be remembered as a standout moment in the city's comedy scene, leaving a lasting impression on all who had the pleasure of witnessing his comedic brilliance live on stage.

HOB Houston
in GreenStreet

1204 Caroline St.
Houston, TX
(888) 402-5837
Directions (Map)

Also In Houston This Weekend Sunday

On Sunday, April 21, 2024, Houston is bustling with a vibrant array of events and activities to suit every taste and interest.

The day kicks off with the 2024 Spring Festival at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, a celebration of the museum's centenary. Visitors can enjoy free admission to the museum and its galleries, along with outdoor festivities in the Cullen Sculpture Garden and around the Glassell School of Art. It's a perfect opportunity to immerse oneself in art and culture while enjoying the beautiful spring weather.

For music enthusiasts, the day offers a diverse lineup. La Maquina will be performing from 12 to 4 PM at the Humble Civic Center, bringing their lively Latin rhythms to the stage. Later in the evening, dem roots music will take over the Last Concert Cafe from 6:30 to 10:30 PM, offering a blend of folk, blues, and soul for a soul-stirring experience.

Electronic music fans can head to ARTY @ Clé at The Encore from 2 to 8 PM for a dynamic set by ARTY, promising an electrifying atmosphere and groovy beats.

Art lovers shouldn't miss the BLCK Market 136 Pop Shop Art Exhibit Live from 1 to 5 PM at BLCK Market, showcasing unique artworks and creations by local artists.

For a taste of cultural festivities, the FESTIVAL GUANACO 2024 at the Humble Civic Center from 12 to 1 PM promises a vibrant celebration of Guatemalan culture with music, dance, and traditional cuisine.

Movie buffs can catch Encanto Live to Film at the Houston Symphony at Jones Hall from 2:30 to 6:30 PM, a captivating experience of watching the beloved animated film accompanied by a live orchestra.

Foodies can indulge in the Klobasa Festival from 12 to 5 PM at David H. McNerney American Legion Post 658, savoring delicious sausages and Czech-inspired cuisine.

The entertainment continues into the night with live music by Kate Stephenson at White Oak Music Hall from 6 to 10 PM, offering a blend of soulful melodies and catchy tunes.


For those looking for a beach party vibe, the AFTER THE BEACH PARTY BLOCKPARTY from April 21 to April 22 at 13310 Cullen Blvd promises a lively atmosphere with music, dancing, and beach-themed fun.

The day also offers cultural experiences with a performance of Jane Eyre at the Alley Theatre from 2 to 11 PM, bringing the classic novel to life on stage.

With such a diverse range of events, Houston on April 21, 2024, promises something exciting for everyone to enjoy and make lasting memories.






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