Spring is in the air and all of your favorite artists and musicians are out to play! The biggest acts from around the world are ready to rock the loudest cities around and Howl at the Moon has all the details you need. This week’s lineup features a soulful star, the biggest artist to emerge out of New Zealand and a man who has never seen a stage too big to make his own. Here’s your Top Shows!
Miguel has been all over the scene since he first started featuring on tracks back in 2007. After enduring his share of knocks including some failed singles and his label shutting down, the singer recovered and has since released a slew of hit singles, collaborated with pop’s biggest names and put out three massively popular albums. His latest release, December’s War & Leisure adds a more “political” side to Miguel’s heartfelt songwriting and allows him to express his experience in modern day America to a tee.
The raw emotion translates to an amazing performance and you can catch Miguel in Charlotte on Wednesday, March 28th at The Fillmore, at Orlando’s The Plaza on Thursday, March 29th, and in Houston on Tuesday, April 3rd at The Ballroom at Warehouse Live.
Despite no longer being the little-known 16-year-old from New Zealand who erupted onto the scene in 2013, selling nearly 2 million copies of her debut album in just a few months, there’s no part of Lorde that makes you think her star has faded. Years of building, crafting, holing out, and carefully collaborating with renowned songsmith Jack Antonoff led to Lorde released her second album, Melodrama, in June of 2017. The album has since received universal acclaim, with Slant Magazine calling it “cathartic, dramatic, and everything else you could want an album titled Melodrama to be”. The singer’s incredible vocal range and sharp wordplay are on full display throughout, paired with the huge beats, spacy reverb, bouncy sounds, and clever samples you’d expect from any work that Antonoff gets his hands on.
Lorde will be performing in Chicago’s Allstate Arena on Tuesday, March 27th and the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Monday, March 2nd.
From the Woods to the Arena
As far as anyone should be concerned, there’s only one king of pop in 2018. Justin Timberlake has come a long way since taking a hold of our attention with NSYNC in the late 90’s. Fast forward through twenty years, five solo albums, and several movie appearances to see that JT is not nearly ready to loosen his grasp on us yet. Two days before February’s electrifying Super Bowl Halftime Show in which he both debuted a new line of Jordan sneakers and dueted with a projection of Prince, Timberlake released his most recent album, Man of the Woods. The album puts the Tennessee roots that Justin Timberlake grew up with prominently in front, incorporating elements of blues, country, and rock n’ roll into his songwriting like never before.
You can see the new side of JT in person for two nights in Chicago as he performs back-to-back shows at the United Center on Tuesday, March 27th and Wednesday, March 28th.
Live Music Venue
There are incredible shows every night of the week in your hometown and the fun never has to end without an encore! Howl at the Moon is the ultimate destination for your post-concert after party. Our entertainers keep the fun alive all night with awesome live music, hit songs and plenty of crowd requests, plus Howl has table reservations, semi-private space, and full-venue buyouts available at every location for an experience unlike any other. We even host unforgettable birthday parties, holiday parties, corporate events, bachelor parties, bachelorette parties and much more! With outstanding drinks, plenty of space to party and an unbeatable show, we’re ready to get your crowd howlin’.
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