Through May 11
Thunder From Down Under
www.ticketmaster.com
The troupe of hard-bodied blokes from Australia make women swoon with a winning combination of dynamic dance routines, barely-there costumes and sly humor.

Through May 12
Performers at The Nash
www.thenash.org
Larry Fuller Trio, May 10; The Nash Vocal Ensemble, May 11; Jam Session: Stan Sorenson, May 12.

Through May 16
Performers at MIM
www.mim.org
Marcia Ball, May 10; Special Exhibition Concert: Joanne Shaw Taylor, May 11 ; Tom Rush, May 12; Patricia Barber, May 15; Brett Dennen, May 16-17.

Through June 30
Concert Series
https://www.therailroadpark.com/summerconcerts
Bring a blanket or lawn chair and relax as a variety of popular local bands perform under the stars.

May 10
The Music of Led Zeppelin
www.phoenixsymphony.org
Accompanied by a full rock band, The Phoenix Symphony captures the powerful sound of Led Zeppelin with such classic tunes as “Heartbreaker,” “Stairway to Heaven” and “Immigrant Song.” Randy Jackson is the featured soloist.

May 11
Celebration of Mothers
https://www.carolyneynonsingers.com
Carolyn Eynon Singers performs ‘60s classics. Held at Ascension Lutheran Church in Paradise Valley, the event includes songs by children from the Scottsdale Boys & Girls Club Choir and artwork on display from Young Arts Arizona.

May 11-12
Trinity Man
www.phoenixsymphony.org
With Michael Francis is at the podium, The Phoenix Symphony and The Phoenix Symphony Chorus join together to perform Mozart’s lively Trinity Man.

May 14
Ariana Grande
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The chart-topping singer/songwriter/actress began her career in 2008 in the Broadway musical, 13. She rose to prominence for her role as Cat Valentine in the Nickelodean television series, Victorious and its spin-off Sam & Cat. On her Sweetener tour, anticipate that the ponytailed phenomenon will perform hits such as “Bang Bang,” “No Tears Left to Cry” and “Problem.”

May 14
Rockin’ the Classics
https://www.peoriaaz.gov
Entertainer T.A. Burrows performs hits by such iconic performers as Elvis Presley, Fats Domino, Johnny Mathis, The Beach Boys, Stevie Wonder, The Four Seasons, The Temptations and Neil Diamond.

May 14 – June 1
Eroica
www.balletaz.org
With the setting sun as a backdrop, Ballet Arizona returns to Desert Botanical Garden to perform Ib Anderson’s creation, Eroica. This immersive production of movement, sound and multimedia draws sellout crowds with ballet that takes chances and challenges emotional boundaries. Performances are held at 8 p.m. on Tuesdays through Saturdays.