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Ben Folds
Ben Folds’ concert at Mesa Arts Center, opened by Tall Heights, was a night of storytelling, audience participation, impromptu jams, and so many memorable moments. ...Read More
Nickelback - Footprint Center
PHOENIX – The "Get Rollin' Tour" made a tour stop in Arizona last Wednesday night, featuring Nickelback, Brantley Gilbert, and Josh Ross. The music was a mix of country and rock, and fans of all ages came ready to party. ...Read More
Shaggy, TLC, and En Vogue
Shaggy, TLC, En Vogue, & Sean Kingston brought scorching performances, bumping up the heat index a notch or two in already 3-digit temperatures, for a hot pot of a crowd in the desert-based venue Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre. ...Read More
Tool
Just announced! TOOL return to the road this Fall, expanding on their recently announced festival appearances (Power Trip, Aftershock and Louder Than Life) with an additional six weeks of performances, including the band’s first Canadian dates since 2019. ...Read More
DRMAGN "Something" cover art (cropped)
Versatile Drummer/DJ DRMAGDN returns with a soaring homage remix of The Beatles' classic “Something" featuring The Voice singer Michelle Ray. ...Read More
The Trilogy Tour featuring Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin, and Pitbull
Multigenerational global powerhouses Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin, and Pitbull who are known for their incredible blends and versatility of musical genres, have announced that they are joining forces with a one-of-a-kind arena run across North America this fall. For the first time ever, they will ...Read More
Black Veil Brides & Ville Valo Tour Ad
This fall, the classic season for dark and romantic music, BLACK VEIL BRIDES and VV (VILLE VALO) will co-headline a massive tour in select cities across North America. ...Read More
Chevelle and Thee Days Grace tour banner
Get ready to rock out this fall as Chevelle and Three Days Grace team up for their highly anticipated 2023 co-headline tour, featuring special guest Loathe. The tour, produced by Live Nation, will kick off on September 8 at the Wind Creek Event Center in ...Read More
Natasha Cox of AL1CE performing
On a mild Saturday night – one of the last mild evenings before the Arizona summer heat really sets in – a crowd gathered at Pub Rock Live to watch the final show of LA-based band AL1CE’s “Shadows and Light” tour, with Portland-based Adrian H. ...Read More
Tina Turner "Private Dancer" album cover (cropped)
The legendary singer, dancer, and actress passed away at the age of 83, leaving behind a legacy that few can match. From her humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tennessee, to her rise to fame alongside her former husband Ike Turner and later as a solo artist, ...Read More
Nemophila group photo
Nemophila, the all-female Japanese band who recently wrapped up a U.S. tour, which was preceded by a performance at Aftershock 2022, have released the new song “Night Flight,” and its accompanying video. ...Read More
Closeup of Ringo Starr live in Phoenix
In the fifteenth iteration of his All-Starr Band, Ringo Starr and friends performed an evening of endless, timeless hits at Phoenix’s Celebrity Theatre. ...Read More
Alicia Keys summer 2023 tour banner
Alicia Keys will be launching a 23-date North American summer concert tour which starts on June 28th. The "Keys to the Summer Tour" ensues the ongoing sold-out, critically acclaimed "The Alicia + Keys World Tour", which has spanned Europe, North America and will soon head to Latin ...Read More
Hobo Johnson
Tickets for Hobo Johnson's performance at the Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix have gone on sale! If you are a fan of his unique blend of spoken word poetry and hip hop, you don't want to miss out on this opportunity. Hobo Johnson is touring all ...Read More
PHOENIX — M83, an electronic group from France named after the galaxy Messier 83, performed at The Van Buren with experimental artist Rachika Nayar opening the show in a line-up consisting of only the two acts. The night of focus here is April 10, which ...Read More
Joy Kills Sorrow
Joy Kills Sorrow's rendition of "Such Great Heights" deserves your attention if you haven't heard it yet, plus The Postal Service frontman Ben Gibbard is touring with both of his bands this fall for their albums' 20th anniversary tour. ...Read More

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