Civic Space Park hosts two free events this weekend. Celebrate Arizona music with Los Dias de la Crescent Saturday, and Bike-in Movie at the Park on Sunday.
The Phoenix band drops its long-awaited album tonight at The Rhythm Room.
Stinkweeds has brewed up a show of some of Phoenix’s best local acts to showcase the area’s music scene.
One of Phoenix’s most eclectic lineups, Dry River Yacht Club is gearing up for a busy fall of recording and plenty of shows around the Valley and beyond.
Native+You at the Heard Museum offers a relaxed vibe and strong dose of culture.
In 2001, the m7 Street Fair launched as a means to announce the formation of the Seventh Avenue Merchants Association. This year, they’re expecting up to 20,000.
From my experience, it seems that many people have the misconception that Arizona is lacking when it comes to having an actual musical scene. Hopefully the release of the new “When in AZ” compilation can change their tune.
Today is Third Friday which means another free concert at the Downtown Civic Space Park at Central Avenue and Van Buren Street. The show, featuring Gospel Claws and Dry River Yacht Club, begins at 7:30pm.