Almost every night of the week, Seattle’s stages offer a roster of regional indie-folk artists, do-it-yourself punk bands and homegrown comedians, as well as nationally touring pop stars. To that end, choosing something for your night out can be a daunting task. This weekly guide can help by filtering for recommended shows, select dates and your favorite genres.

This week’s highlights

Johnny Mathis, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 7, at the Paramount Theatre. The 83 year-old award-winning singer is still going strong. He’s been touring for the past several years and will bring his “Voice of Romance Tour” to the Paramount for a rescheduled show after the snowstorm in February. Mathis has recorded an impressive 73 studio albums over the course of his career, which has spanned 63 years. In addition to his comprehensive discography, Mathis was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998, 2002 and 2008 for three of his recordings: “Chances Are,” “Misty” and “It’s Not for Me to Say.” Mathis has also received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and is Columbia Records’ longest-signed artist.

Michael Bublé, 8 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at the Tacoma Dome. Perhaps one of the most famous pop-jazz artists since the early 2000s, the “Haven’t Met You Yet” singer is bringing his “An Evening with Michael Bublé” tour to Tacoma in support of his latest album, “Love.” Bublé’s latest release marks his 10th studio album, and this tour is his sixth. The Canadian-born crooner has four Grammy Awards to his name and has collaborated with artists from various genres including Meghan Trainor, Shania Twain and Boyz II Men. Bublé’s Tacoma stop is just one of 91 shows the tour is bringing to cities throughout North America and Europe.