Upcoming Shows

Feb 16
Feb 17
Feb 18
  • Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

    Sundressed / Awakebutstillinbed

    After a string of releases dabbling in different sounds, Sundressed began to truly find their unique voice on their early 2015 EP, Dig Up A Miracle. Now with the release of The Same Condition, the band continue to deliver on the promise of their earlier work, creating endearingly honest melodic punk mixed with shades of indie rock, and massive hooks to spare.

  • Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

    Smoking Popes with New Chums, The Breakup Society

    Smoking Popes are an American pop punk band from the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, formed in 1991.

    with New Chums , The Breakup Society

    Tickets in store at STINKWEEDS and online at

  • Tempe Symphony @ Tempe Center For The Arts Feb. 18
  • Heli Lanz @ Old Town Tavern Feb. 18
  • Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

    Y La Bamba, Kera and Willeta

    Y La Bamba has been many things, but at the heart of it is singer-songwriter Luz Elena Mendoza’s inquisitive sense of self. Armed with the emotionality of traditional música Mexicana and the storytelling of American folk, Y La Bamba’s artistry is not just their musical ability but Mendoza's search for unadulterated truth. It is in an ancestral, spiritual journey in which Mendoza comes to terms with the influence and limitations of her upbringing. Mendoza’s experience of childhood summers in the San Joaquin Valley listening to mariachi, of being raised strict Catholic by immigrant parents, of being a woman having to prove herself to the boys, paints strokes of both melancholy and healing on the tracks. "From the way that my family struggles, to the way they shoot the shit… it’s so different from whiteness," Mendoza says. "It's a different dimension." There latest album is entitled Mujeres. Kera from southern California delivers "bipolar folk" and Willeta from Phoenix creates dreamy, drone folk, Americana, lo-fi space jams. 21+ show

Feb 19
  • Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019

    Extreme Acoustic Guitar Featuring Bill Dutcher, Adam Armijo, and Mark Miracle

    When Bill Dutcher picks up an acoustic guitar, the music that fills the room cannot be branded with a simple sentence. When you see him play live you’re experiencing an event that shatters the preconceived notion of what a solo acoustic can do.

    Adam Armijo is an American guitarist and in-demand session musician currently residing in the Phoenix area. Growing up in an art- and music-loving home, Armijo took to guitar very early and began playing professionally at the age of sixteen. He is known for his unique approach, musicality, and the ability to play many genres authentically.

    Award-winning mandolinist Mark Miracle has been playing bluegrass/Americana music for over forty years. His stylings and expertise have made him a sought-after bandmate, guest artist, and teacher. His roots deep in traditional bluegrass are only the foundation for what Mark brings as a contemporary musician and vocalist.

  • Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019

    Rosanne Cash

    The four-time Grammy Award winner, with 15 albums to her credit, is one of the country’s pre-eminent singer-songwriters with 21 Top 40 hits and 11 No. 1 singles. She also is the author of four books, including the best-selling memoir, Composed, which the Chicago Tribune called “one of the best accounts of an American life you’ll likely ever read.”

  • Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019

    Justin Nozuka

    Justin Nozuka

Feb 20
  • Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019

    Will From Brazil

    We're bringing in a burst of flavor from South America with The WillFromBrazil Band! William De Carvalho, nicknamed "WillfromBrazil" has been blending Bossa Nova and Samba from his homeland with a plethora of American sounds from Classic rock to Soul, Motown and R&B. He has been active in the scenes of Chicago, Miami, Saint Louis, San Diego and many more while on tour with Alma mater Chicago Samba. You are certain to be pleasantly surprised by many of his inspired and heartfelt renditions.

  • Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019

    Cypress Hill

    w/ Hollywood Undead

  • Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019


    An American punk revival band that draws on classic early British punk for its inspiration, the U.S. Bombs formed with a lineup of vocalist Duane Peters, guitarists Chuck Briggs and Kerry Martinez, bassist Wade Walston, and drummer AZ local Chip Hanna.

    Over 21 years ago (Sept.-Oct. 1989) in Pomona Valley, CA was the birth of Total Chaos. Created out of the desperate need to save a dying genre of punk rock- during a time that the market was saturated with a more commercial new style. Along the side of a dedicated few other bands who believed in the dying genre and all that it represented- to them it was not only music- but a forum- to convey important political and social views.

    With ASS WIPE JUNKIES, CAMEL ENAMEL. This show is 21+ Tickets available online and at STINKWEEDS.

Feb 21
  • Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    Nothing More

    w/ Of Mice and Men, Badflower, Palisades

  • Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    RAW Artists Phoenix presents Reflect

    Returning once again to The Pressroom, our artists have been working tirelessly to create this multidisciplinary art experience for you!


    Immerse yourself in this experience and enjoy the local talents of Phoenix, Scottsdale, and surrounding areas! 21+ event

  • Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    Nachito Herrera: Bach to Havana

    Combining Western Classical music with traditional Cuban rhythms, Nachito Herrera has been at the forefront of an exciting renaissance in Cuban music. While in his twenties, Herrera took the job of musical director at the famous Tropicana nightclub in Havana, Cuba, playing every night and deepening his repertoire. He spent the late 1990s touring with ¡Cubanismo!, serving as lead pianist, arranger, and musical director as they toured the world. Herrera received an American Heritage Award from the American Immigration Council, one of three musicians in 2012 to receive this prestigious prize (the last Latin musician to receive the honor was Carlos Santana). He was also named an Immigrant of Distinction by the State of Minnesota in 2014.

  • Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    Ali A & The Agency

    W/ The Agency + The Deadbeat Cousins + Lost In The Sun

  • Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    Dark Star Orchestra

    As its name suggests, the Dark Star Orchestra is a Grateful Dead tribute band named after the Dead's famous song "Dark Star." It was organized by engineer/producer Bob Matthews, a longtime associate of the Dead who worked on albums by the band from the late '60s to the early '80s.

Feb 22
  • Friday, Feb. 22, 2019


    Slothrust is principal songwriter, singer, guitar player and unrepentant aesthete Leah Wellbaum, with drummer Will Gorin and bassist Kyle Bann. On their fourth full-length albumThe Pact, Slothrust constructs a luscious, ethereal cosmos perforated with wormy portals and magic wardrobes, demonstrating more clearly than ever the band’s deft shaping of contrasting sonic elements to forge a muscular sound that’s uniquely their own.The album was recorded in LosAngeles with producer and mixer Billy Bush (Garbage, Neon Trees, The Boxer Rebellion), cultivating their potent brew of classically informed, soulful rockin the fertile Brooklyn indie scene.

  • Friday, Feb. 22, 2019

    Thomas Erak and The Shoreline

    With Dead American, Demon In Me, Those Kind of People

  • Friday, Feb. 22, 2019

    Trippie Redd "Life's a Trip" Tour with Lil Keed and Lil Duke

    Trippie Redd will perform at The Pressroom this evening on the "Life's a Trip" tour. Lil Keed and Lil Duke will also be on this All Ages bill.

  • Vic Mensa @ ASU Feb. 22
  • Friday, Feb. 22, 2019


    Tickets on sale 10/30!

  • Friday, Feb. 22, 2019

    Ella Mai [SOLD OUT]

    Casually commanding R&B vocalist and songwriter whose 2018 single "Boo'd Up" went Top Five pop and was nominated for two Grammys.

    With with Kiana Lede, Lucky Daye