Maggie Rogers at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Maggie Rogers Tickets

The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Spring, Texas

Maggie Rogers

“Alaska,” “Light On,” “Split Stones,” “Dog Years,” “On + Off,” and “Dawns” are top hits from this angelic musician that have been played on repeat since their respective releases. Her unique sound and charming style have made her a mainstay in indie/pop/folk music.

Once she starts singing, the audience falls silent, captivated by her presence, and in awe with her God given talent.

Now’s your chance to experience this!

Maggie Rogers is coming to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Woodlands, Texas on June 1, 2024, Saturday!
Joining her is English indie pop musician, The Japanese House, who is known for her styled that’s influenced by art pop and rock music.

Not only will you get to watch such talented musicians, but you also get to do so in a beautiful venue!

The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion is a concert amphitheater that is the second most used venue in the world.

Grab your tickets HERE! They’re selling out fast!

Maggie Rogers is a singer/songwriter who creates a sound that is both energetic and poignant by fusing pop, folk, and dance.

Rogers adored the works of Vivaldi and Gustav Holst and started playing the harp at the age of seven. In the meantime, her mother exposed her to neo-soul icons like as Lauryn Hill and Erykah Badu; by the time she reached middle school, her skill set had expanded to include songwriting, piano, and guitar. She was studying at St. Andrews School in Delaware when she fell in love with folk music and the banjo. Following her junior year, she spent the summer at a Berklee College of Music program. As high school was coming to an end, Rogers decided to concentrate on her writing after winning the program's songwriting competition. She recorded her first album, 2012's The Echo, in a makeshift studio she converted a broom closet into during her senior year; Rogers featured her on the record. She admired Gustav Rogers' music and started playing the harp at the age of seven. She sent her demos to the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at New York University. While interning for music writer Lizzy Goodman during her freshman year, she transcribed and edited the interviews that would eventually become the 2017 book Meet Me in the Bathroom. When she was a sophomore in 2014, she put out another folk record, Blood Ballet.

Her first big break came with the 2016 viral hit "Alaska." She self-released two albums of reflective acoustic songs and fell in love with EDM while in college. With her 2019 major-label debut, Heard It in a Past Life, she gave her music a pop polish while staying loyal to her roots. Her album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, and she was nominated for a Grammy in the Best New Artist category. Although more of her early folk work was featured on 2020's Notes from the Archive: Recordings 2011-2016, Rogers has continued to develop, adopting an ever-more-sophisticated pop sound and advocating for women's rights and voting.

She had just received her Master of Religion and Public Life degree from Harvard Divinity School when her happily anthemic sophomore album, 2022's Surrender, made a comeback to the Top 20. Rogers released the title track single from her third album, Don't Forget Me, in 2024, following the release of her duet "Dawns," from 2023, with Zach Bryan.

Maggie Rogers at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

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