Through August 22
Performers at The Nash
The Monica Shriver Jazz Project featuring Stan Smith, August 16; BossaNova 77, August 17; Jazz Matinee: Pam Morita, August 18; Jam Session: Ioannis Goudelis, August 18; Desert City Jazz, August 19; Tony Frank & Friends, August 22.
Through August 22
Performers at MIM
Radney Foster, August 16; The Fixx, August 19-20; John Jorgenson Quintet, August 22.
The Arizona-based band Calexico performs its unique blend of American folk, Latin, country and jazz at the Orpheum Theatre.
Country music star Chris Young brings his Raised On Country Tour to Ak-Chin Pavillion. This Grammy Award-winning artist promises an impressive stage show that will feature his new music. Special discounts for available for veterans and their families.
An Afro-beat infused with Latin, rock & roll, jazz and blues sets the vibe for the Free Summer Concert Series by this high energy, seven-piece ensemble.
George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic
The masters of funk, rock and hip-hop take the Celebrity Theatre stage for an unforgettable evening of mood-altering music. Special guests will include Fishbone, Dumpstafunk and Miss Velvet & The Blue Wolf.
Enjoy an intimate evening with composer and lead singer of the band Moody Blues whose soulful ballads and guitar virtuosity earned him a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The Scottsdale Chorus
Take a familiar melody, blend in three parts harmony, add innovative choreography and glitzy costumes and you get the six-time Sweet Adelines International Champions – The Scottsdale Chorus.
The Avett Brothers
Boot-tappin’ bluegrass, with a touch of rock & roll and country, set the stage at Comerica Theatre for beautiful harmonies and energetic banjo playing.
Steve Earle & The Dukes
Join the legendary Steve Earle & The Dukes as they return to Mesa Arts Center to share their new album Guy. This homage to the late American folk singer, Guy Clark, offers an opportunity to pay tribute and reconnect to his soulful music.
Don’t miss four of country music’s most successful songwriters as Lauren Alaina, Mickey Guyton, Marti Lynn Dodson and Ingrid Andress tell the stories behind their hit songs and then perform them.
Known for playing the ukulele on America’s Got Talent, Teen Choice Award-winner Grace Vanderwaal brings her soaring vocals and sweet pop music to The Van Buren in downtown Phoenix.