With a bit of luck and eagle-eyed observation, you might even be able to see Venus during the day.
The planet will dominate the western skies all month, shining brightly after sunset and setting before midnight.
If you look for the planet tonight (April 21), Venus will pass just to the right of the constellation Taurus.
To the far right of Venus is the bright star Betelgeuse and the Pleiades cluster is still to the southeast of Venus.
The EarthSky astronomers said: “In the Northern Hemisphere, Venus’ dominance doesn’t really subside in April, as this world stays out well after nightfall all month long.