Upcoming Shows

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  • Thursday, Apr. 26, 2018

    Linda Ronstadt

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  • Thursday, Apr. 26, 2018

    Indigenous and Smokestack Lightning

    Indigenous is fronted by lead singer/guitarist Mato Nanji and has gone through many changes since its beginnings in South Dakota. Nanji originally started the band with his family members and they played together for 10 years. Once they left after Indigenous released its debut album Chasing the Sun in 2006, Nanji recruited new members and began to create a new sound. Smokestack Lightning take the wisdom of the blues and the mesmerism of rock and roll to split tuneful atoms every time they hit the stage. Since they banded together in late 2009, they’ve taken cues from their blues and rock forebears to create a truly American sound. In 2014 they came in second place in the Arizona Blues Showdown in the band category and in 2015 took first place.

    21+ show

  • Thursday, Apr. 26, 2018


    With Ghostfeeder, Peter Turns Pirate, Amnestic

  • Tai Allen @ Nash Apr. 26
  • Gadiel Rodarte @ Fountain Park - Westgate Apr. 26
  • Johnson Twins @ Old Town Tavern Apr. 26
  • Thursday, Apr. 26, 2018

    Brubeck Brothers Quartet

    Chris and Dan Brubeck have been making music together practically all their lives. Drummer Dan and bassist, trombonist, and composer Chris cut their first record together in 1966, nearly half a century ago. They have subsequently played a variety of styles in a number of different groups, as well as with their father, jazz giant Dave Brubeck, and with their own Brubeck Brothers Quartet (BBQ). With Dan and Chris as the foundation, guitarist Mike DeMicco and pianist Chuck Lamb, complete this dynamic quartet.

    Although the Quartet’s style is rooted in “straight-ahead jazz,” their concerts reveal an inherent ability to explore and play odd time signatures while naturally integrating the influences of funk, blues, and world music. The group’s creativity, technique, and improvisation can be heard in their uncompromising music, which reflects their dedication to melody, rhythm, culture, and the spontaneous spirit of jazz.

  • Thursday, Apr. 26, 2018

    Roots of Creation - Grateful Dub

    Whether on the festival circuit, performing at jam and reggae-rock favorites like Camp Bisco, Gathering of The Vibes, California Roots, Jungle Jam and Closer to the Sun, or sharing the stage at sold out shows with some of their diverse influences including Slightly Stoopid, The Wailers, and Michael Franti, reggae/rock/dubtronica band Roots of Creation (RoC) offers up a high-energy, infectious live music experience. Their mix of reggae riddims, conscious lyrics, spirited horn lines, and electronic beats makes crowds move and has their loyal underground fan base (RoC Family) and street team (Universal Soldiers) travelling the distance to pack venues from coast-to-coast. Also Playing: Thicker Than Thieves & Kindread

  • Thursday, Apr. 26, 2018

    Panic Baby with Saddles, Coyote Tango, M. Crane

    Panic Baby - Phoenix rock quartet Panic Baby formed in late 2015 when vocalist Raquel Willand performed a quick search on Craigslist. The very first ad that caught her attention led her to guitarist Jared Wood. A month later, the same ad brought bassist Nick Smith. Originally performing under the name "The Real Fits," it wasn't until mid-2017 that, with the addition of Devin Russell on drums, Panic Baby was born.

    with Saddles , Coyote Tango , M. Crane

    Tickets in store at STINKWEEDS and online at

  • Thursday, Apr. 26, 2018

    The Funky Knuckles and Captain Squeegee

    The inevitable result of a talent-soaked soul and jazz community, The Funky Knuckles are a jazz, nu-jazz and funk band from Dallas, Texas that move together musically as a school of fish, never complacent and always stretching the boundaries of improvisation and composition. Opening the show is Captain Squeegee, a psychedelic indie rock band from Tempe. Their most recent release is entitled Harmony Cure. 21+ show

  • Thursday, Apr. 26, 2018


    Stonefield, a heady mixture of distorted garage pop, psychedelic distortion, beach side sunshine and a subtle dose of darkness.

    With Strange Lot, The Desert Beats, and Turf Paradise

  • SMOKING POPES (acoustic) * THE BIGGER EMPTY * Mike Spero * Rico Caldera & Ben Funke @ Yucca Tap Room Apr. 26
  • Thursday, Apr. 26, 2018


    Ever since Jake Miller began posting his original songs on YouTube a few years ago, the 22-year-old Miami-born pop artist has been building a virtual army of fans. They are devoted to Miller's irresistible musical blend of pop and hip-hop, combined with the positive messages in his songs.

    With DEVIN HAYES, Belaganas. This show is 16+ Tickets at STINKWEEDS.

  • Cloudship @ Time Out Lounge Apr. 26
  • Hip Hop In The Valley @ Lost Leaf Gallery Apr. 26
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  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018

    Sum 41: Does This Look Infected 15th Anniversary Tour

    Canadian rock band Sum 41 is rolling through town with Seaway and Super Whatevr. Ages 13+

  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018

    Delta Bombers and Grave Danger (early show)

    The Delta Bombers have smashed stages all over the world since 2008 and have no plans of stopping anytime soon. Driven by a hybrid of 50’s rock and roll fused with blues and the most exciting elements of rockabilly, the band has released multiple albums since 2008. Their latest release is the 2018 album Pressure and Time. One of THE punk veterans in the Valley, vocalist/guitarist Kevin Daly fronts Grave Danger, a trio that plays a killer style of surf-informed rockabilly. Daly has played in some of the Valley's most legendary alternative bands, including Grant and the Geezers and Hellfire. 21+ show

  • Walker & Royce @ Shady Park Tempe Apr. 29
  • Mozart Piano Concerto No. 22 @ Symphony Hall Apr. 29
  • Jared Blackstone/Mark Zubia/Otis and the Beat @ Old Town Tavern Apr. 29
  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018

    Salt River Brass: Magical Music Tour

    Go on a Magical Music Tour of music from around the world. Travel through time to remember major world events and how they inspired musical works of art.

  • Pam Morita @ Nash Apr. 29
  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018

    Igor and the Red Elvises (prime time show)

    Igor and the Red Elvises return to its home base at the Rhythm Room this evening! The band played the venue several times last year and this will be the first show in 2018. Igor and the Red Elvises began creating music back in 1995 after Igor Yuzov had moved to the United States coming from his home in Russia. The band has gone through many line-ups over the years, but two things remain constant; Yuzov's sense of humor and the band's knack for making music that incorporates styles such as rock and roll, rockabilly and surf with a strong Russian influence. 21+ show

  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018

    The Sherlocks, The Sink or Swim and Sunset Voodoo

    The Sherlocks are a British alternative/indie band from Bolton upon Dearne. There are four members made up of two sets of brothers. Inspired by Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys and Oasis their music is anthemic, catchy and big. They have played Reading and Leeds festivals for the last three years in a row, supported Kings of Leon and played the Glastonbury Festival 2017. Be sure to check out their album entitled Live For The Moment. Opening the show are The Sink or Swim, an alternative desert rock band and Sunset Voodoo, an indie psychedelic rock band. Both groups are based out of Tempe. 21+ show

  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018

    Sage Francis and B. Dolan

    After a decade of sharing stages and crafting collaborations in the studio, real-life rap BFFs SAGE FRANCIS and B. DOLAN have finally caved to years of fan pressure to form an official group: EPIC BEARD MEN.

    With Ali Cashius Jr., Cory Hill. This show is all ages.

  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018

    Toots & The Maytals

    Toots and the Maytals, originally called The Maytals, are a Jamaican musical group and one of the best known ska and rocksteady vocal groups. The Maytals were formed in the early 1960s and were key figures in popularizing reggae music

  • Morgan Heritage @ BLK Live Apr. 29
  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018

    Keiko Matsui

    Internationally acclaimed and celebrated pianist, composer and, humanitarian, Keiko Matsui marks the thirtieth anniversary of her recording debut, Journey to the Heart.

    “My melodies are my living testimony,” declares Matsui. A world citizen, Matsui uses music to speak to the hearts and souls of fans around the world, transcending borders and building bridges among people who share a common appreciation of honest artistry and cultural exchange. “Music creates a oneness,” says the striking, petite powerhouse who has worked alongside artists from Miles Davis and Stevie Wonder to Hugh Masekela and Bob James. “Journey to the Heart is my gift to my fans. I want to deliver the most beautiful and emotional experience.” Matsui, who has lent her voice to raise awareness for such causes as the Daniel Pearl and the Susan G. Komen Foundations, says, “I feel the world is getting crazier and we need to collectively go back and recall what connects us all . . . our spirits, hearts and our souls.” In Journey to the Heart, Matsui more than delivers what she has come to be loved for: breathtakingly beautiful transcendent melodies that transport the listener. A master storyteller, she crafts passionate and emotive songs with lush harmonies and global rhythms to create timeless musical anthems.

  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018


    Ripe is seven musical soulmates who refuse to believe in a single definition of dance music. They are an unstoppable groove, an extended moment of ecstatic release, the catalyst for taking “just another night” and elevating it into something else entirely. They are the swagger of funk filtered through a rock anthem, a musical journey that somehow gets as stuck in your head as your favorite pop banger. They are the anchors of a rapidly growing community, a series of new friends becoming good friends becoming part of the extended family as their sound spreads and their world deepens. They are here to look at joy with the same depth as most people look at sadness, to find a happiness that is heavier and more meaningful than simply a distraction from the negative. Born all over, formed in Boston, Ripe is ready to bring the whole world to its feet. Local Support from Banana Gun

  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018



  • Black Pussy, Bad Funk, The Psychadelephants and Sara Robinson Band @ Rogue Bar Apr. 29
  • COASTLANDS * Holy Fawn * Moons Eat Stars * The Living Receiver @ Yucca Tap Room Apr. 29
  • Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018


    Madison Beer’s bubbly personality is infectious. she’s giddy and sweet, preaching positivity and self-acceptance to her millions of fans. “it’s such a crazy thing that i have the power to reach so many people,” she says of her robust social following. “i love engaging with everyone – i want to make sure they’re feeling good and following their dreams like i did.” This show is all ages.

  • Whats The Big Idea @ Lost Leaf Gallery Apr. 29
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