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New York Concerts in April 2015

Our selection of the best concerts in New York for the month of April 2015



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After the great success embodying the role of Billie Holiday in Lanie Robertson's play, Audra McDonald won her 6th Tony, making her not only the first performer to win in each acting category, but the only performer to win six awards! And well deserved, because as a star of stage and screen, she is one of our most beloved singers. Don't miss your chance to see her live in concert.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Apr 2015:

Mccarter Theatre Center

Apr 17, 2015

Isaac Stern Auditorium

Apr 29, 2015


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Together longer than The Beatles themselves, RAIN has mastered every song, gesture and nuance of the legendary group, delivering a totally live, note-for-note performance that's as infectious as it is transporting. Includes the early hits to later classics that The Beatles never got the chance to play live - including the most complex and challenging songs.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Apr 2015:

Mccarter Theatre Center

Apr 07, 2015

Bergen Performing Arts Center

Apr 28, 2015

Madison Square Garden : Closes 17th December 2015

The New York native will be belting out his old favorites with the help of his revolving piano, in an on-going series of monthly concerts at this world-famous venue. He has sold more than 100 million records over a career spanning more than 40 years, and reigns as one of most popular recording artists and respected entertainers in the world. More info

Best Buy Theater : 22nd April

The overnight sensations 2Cellos have delighted many audiences the world over, with their unique and energetic performances of popular hits, from Nirvana to Kings of Leon. When their rendition of Michael Jackson's Smooth Criminal went viral, they broke through and ended up catching a gig supporting Elton John on his tour. More info

Beacon Theater : 4th April

Elusive, earnest and mesmerising, Damien Rice has the power to make you feel chills down your spine with his beautifully haunting songs, fluidly moving from gently acoustic to lush fury, swelling and crashing, eliciting emotion from even the most hardened music fans. Back with his first album in eight years. More info

Beacon Theater : 6th April

Portland's Decemberists are indie-folk's greatest ambassadors of unique songs, infused with history and fables backed by lush and inviting melodies. Since forming in 2001, they have become a mainstay on the scene, continually releasing their wonderfully whimsical records and putting on unforgettable live shows! More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium : 14th April

Anne-Sophie Mutter has achieved much in her four-decade long music career, let alone being named of the greatest violin virtuosos of our time. She was awarded the esteemed Siemens Music Prize in 2008, was made an honorary fellow of the Royal Academy of Music in London at just 22-years old, and has received four Grammy awards for solo orchestral and chamber music performances. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium : 10th April

Start spreading the news! In what would have been Ol' Blue Eyes' centennial year, The New York Pops bring you this extra-special tribute to the man himself. Featuring Tony DeSare, Storm Large, Frankie Moreno and Ryan Silverman, come celebrate the music and life of the legendary Frank Sinatra, in classic New York style! More info


After playing a sell-out concert in December 2013 of his legendary 1976 album, Stevie Wonder is now taking it on the road as a celebration of this iconic piece of musical history. Songs in the Key of Life is an ambitious and infectious masterpiece, including some of Wonder's most popular hits such as Sir Duke and Isn't she Lovely, it is considered his landmark record and still regularly crops up in best album lists worldwide.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Apr 2015:

Barclays Center

Apr 12, 2015

Prudential Center

Apr 14, 2015

David H Koch Theater : Closes 12th April 2015

Eight years in the making, Peter Jackson's Lord of The Rings Trilogy is still an epic cinematic masterpiece, encapsulating J.R.R Tolkien's vast saga of the trials of a Middle Earth overrun with evil and one heroic Hobbit's journey to restore peace. Now, for the first time in North America, the three films are presented on a massive screen, accompanied by a very special concert, with 250 musicians, soloists and a chorus from 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus of Lucerne, Switzerland bringing Howard Shore's emotional and bombastic score to life. Expect spine tingling thrills as you follow Frodo and the Fellowship to Mount Doom and back. More info

Beacon Theater : 18th April

It's that time of year again as the nation's finest in Collegiate A Cappella groups roll into town to find out who will reign supreme and steal the crown from last year's winners from Berklee College of Music, the inspiringly named 'Pitch Slapped'. With highly trained judges on hand to pick the best of the best from the 8 finalist groups, you know it's going to be totally aca-awesome! More info


John Mellencamp is embarking on a truly massive tour in 2015, in support of his latest record Plain Spoken. Released on September 23rd, the new record is Mellencamp's first in four years and is set to be yet another impressive entry in the catalogue of the man they call "The Voice of the Heartland".

This show is happening at multiple venues in Apr 2015:

Isaac Stern Auditorium

Apr 20-21, 2015

Apollo Theater

Apr 23-24, 2015

Beacon Theater : 29th April

Your favorite stars from the hit television show Nashville are back and ready to hit the road in the TV show's second US tour! Buoyed by the success of last year's nationwide trek, Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio and Chris Carmack will head out this Spring for eight special dates, performing songs from the show on-stage in this exciting from-screen-to-real-life concert series. More info

Beacon Theater : 11th April

After experimenting with electronica, this folk rock troubadour returns to his low-fi folk roots with his new album Carrie & Lowell, named after his mother and stepfather. His accompanying tour will be his first since his The Age of Adz engagements in 2010. In the nearly five years since Sufjan Stevens released that last record, he hasn't been idle. He contributed his 2002 Year of the Rabbit album to the New York City Ballet's 2012 production of the same name, and provided the score for the 2015 rodeo documentary-film Roundup. More info

Irving Plaza : 25th April

This truly international Celtic folk rock band headed by Mike Scott are back with their acclaimed new album Modern Blues, and are taking it Stateside for a 27-date tour in 2015. Despite dissolving in 1993, they reformed in 2000 and have continued to pump out new material, exploring neopaganism, spirituality and poetry from the British Isles. In fact, their biggest success to date was their release in 2010 of 20 poems by William Butler Yeats, set to musical accompaniments. The show played in Dublin for five nights to sold-out crowds and received positive critical acclaim. More info


Bands don't come much greater than The Beach Boys. To America what The Beatles were to the UK, they produced some of the finest pop songs of the 1960s, including God Only Knows, Wouldn't It Be Nice and Good Vibrations. For a select series of dates in 2015 the band will be supported by America, pioneers of soft rock folksiness during the 1970s who are best known today for their 1971 single A Horse With No Name.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Apr 2015:

Wellmont Theatre

Apr 19, 2015

NYCB Theatre at Westbury

Apr 24-25, 2015


King of geek pop Ben Folds has embarked on yet another adventurous collaboration for his new album. He's teamed up with six-piece New York instrumental outfit yMusic and the resulting album, in Folds' own words, is "a record we've never heard before". They're heading out on tour in support of this joint effort, so expect to hear a wealth of new material mixed in with choice picks from Folds' lengthy solo career.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Apr 2015:

Bowery Ballroom

Apr 27, 2015

Music Hall Of Williamsburg

Apr 28, 2015

Town Hall Theater

Apr 30, 2015

Town Hall Theater : Closes 25th April 2015

Join Garrison Keillor, Sue Scott, Tim Russell, Tom Keith, and the Guy's All-Star Shoe Band for two hours of live radio fun. Known for its musical guests, especially folk and traditional musicians, tongue-in-cheek radio drama, and Keillor's signature storytelling segment, News from Lake Wobegon. More info

New York Society For Ethical Culture - Concert Hall : 12th April

The legendary Kansas celebrated their 40th Anniversary in 2013, and the celebration is still continuing! They'll be touring their extensive catalogue, which includes AOR radio staples Carry on Wayward Son and Fight Fire with Fire, across North America, though sans band member and lead singer Steve Walsh who retired in 2014. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium : 9th April

Between them, a staggering 34 Grammy Awards, Chick and Herbie are the undisputed modern kings of jazz, continually pushing boundaries and gaining more fans worldwide. Both started out their careers being part of (at different times) the Miles Davis Quartet. Who could ask for a sweeter jazz education? Now they take their renowned pairing on tour, first heard over 36 years ago, on the classic album, An Evening with Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock. More info

Hammerstein Ballroom : 9th April

Nightwish are coming to wreak havoc on your souls and play some kick ass tunes in the process. Finland's undisputed masters of symphonic metal are readying the release of their as yet untitled eighth studio album. The band was formed in 1996, and in the years since have produced some of the genre's most celebrated records, including their 2014's Once. More info


Now lead by Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington, San Diego-based STP are back on tour in 2015 following the cancellation of several shows in 2014 due to Bennington's ankle surgery. Currently working in the studio on new material, we're yet to hear when the next album is coming out, but fans are assured that the tour will showcase this new material plus favorites dating back even prior to Scott Wielland's departure.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Apr 2015:

Wellmont Theatre

Apr 25, 2015

Irving Plaza

Apr 27, 2015

Appel Room : Closes 14th May 2015

Michael Feinstein, the multi-platinum-selling, five-time Grammy-nominated entertainer dubbed "The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook," is considered one of the premier interpreters of American standards. His 200-plus shows a year have included performances at Carnegie Hall, Sydney Opera House and the Hollywood Bowl as well as the White House and Buckingham Palace. More info

Terminal 5 : 11th April

Chicago indie-rockers OK Go first found fame with the viral success of their 'Here It Goes Again' video, which saw the band performing a brilliantly inventive dance routine on treadmills. Ever since then, their videos and music have maintained this quirky energy and their output has been consistently innovative, unique and fun. More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury : 26th April

The best of Sixties Blue-Eyed Soul is back! Bandleader Felix Cavaliere and his band The Rascals epitomized the pop rock movement that spawned peers like The Righteous Brothers and Lonnie Mack. But Cavaliere's soulful, smooth vocals as well as the band's affinity for writing their own hits put them miles ahead of their contemporaries. More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury : 10th April

Two legends of rock 'n' roll come together for one special night at the NYCB Theatre this April. The original bad boy of the burgeoning rock 'n' roll scene of the 1950s, Jerry Lee Lewis' boogie-woogie style of piano would have a profound effect on the genre. Chubby Checker caused a nationwide sensation in 1960 when he appeared on American Bandstand with his rendition of Hank Ballard's The Twist. More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury : 9th April

Hard rockers Zebra rode the early heavy metal wave of the late 70's with soaring, cloud-piercing falsetto vocals from frontman and guitarist Randy Jackson and hook-laden licks and harmonies from bassist Felix Hanemann and drummer Guy Gelso. More info

B.B. King Blues Club : 16th April

A fusion of horn-based soul and funk with the tightest rhythm section ever to grace the stage, Tower of Power have been bringing their unique style to shows since 1968. However the veteran performers are not old news, they imbue their music with an upbeat joy that speaks to multi -generational audiences, from today's young music students to the groovy cats of the Motown era. More info

Apollo Theater : 10th April

Cassandra Wilson has been in love with Billie Holiday's voice from the moment she heard it, and now she's paying tribute to her idol in her own unique style. The Grammy Award winning singer has recorded an album called Coming Forth by Day, a collection of tracks associated with the jazz great, which she'll be touring throughout 2015. More info

Beacon Theater : 12th April

One of Israel's most celebrated artists is coming to North America on a short tour. Idan Raichel is renowned in his native land for his intoxicating mixture of African, Israeli and Arabic rhythms, brought to life by his band The Idan Raichel Project. This multi-ethnic, multi-genre group first burst onto the scene in their 2002 eponymous debut, and have since become torchbearers for cultural and ethnic harmony throughout the region. More info

The Space at Westbury : 23rd April

Steve Winwood is probably most famous for his blue-eyed soul phase of the 1980s, which included the No. 1 Billboard charting Higher Love featuring Chaka Khan. Yet this commercial peak is only one side of Winwood, a British music legend whose career has stretched over some 50 years, and included stints in The Spencer David Group, Traffic and Blind Faith. More info

Best Buy Theater : 9th April

As modern pop-culture purveys the pursuit of hedonism, the mainstream success of a rapper who champions faith, monogamy and spiritual wellbeing seems highly unlikely, yet Christian rapper LeCrae has beat the odds with multiple chart-topping albums and a Grammy award to his name. More info

Bergen Performing Arts Center : 22nd April

Ranked at fifth place in Rolling Stone's list of 100 greatest guitarists, even though Beck was not the first rock guitarist to experiment with electronic distortion, regardless he helped to redefine the sound and role of the electric guitar in rock music. Beck's work with the Yardbirds and the Jeff Beck Group's 1968 album Truth were seminal influences on what would become heavy metal music, which emerged in during the early 1970s. More info

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