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Last Exit Live

The original conception of "Last Exit Live" began in 2003 with the opening of Last Exit Bar & Grill which was tucked away in a small shopping center plaza in Tempe, AZ. Even with its not so prime location the venue quickly established itself as a top spot to see local and touring acts and had the likes of Zac Brown Band, The Gin Blossoms, Candlebox, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, The Format, Jim Adkins (Jimmy Eat World), Dramarama, Perpetual Groove, US Bombs, The Samples, Authority Zero and many others grace its stage. The venue was sold by its original owners in early 2009 but unfolded under the new ownership later that same year. Shortly after its closing original owner Brannon Kleinlein decided to resurrect the name and opened a booking, promotions, and management company in the name of Last Exit Live and actively continued putting on events & concerts around the Phoenix Metro area. In 2012 the decision was made that Last Exit Live would seek out a new location & property to reestablish itself to its original form as a live music venue. And with that Last Exit Live was reborn as a venue in 2013 with a new location in the historic warehouse district of Downtown Phoenix.

Upcoming Shows for Last Exit Live

  • Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017

    Elijah Ocean

    Elijah Ocean was born in a small woodland house in the Hudson Valley, raised in rural Maine, and enlightened by time spent in New York City. He’s landed in Los Angeles for now, where the Sunset Strip is a wasteland, Silverlake has peaked, and the spirit of Laurel Canyon echos through the hills of Highland Park. The end of the world is a damn inspirational place to be.

    With Some Dark Hollow, Brea Burns and the Boleros. This show is 21+

  • Saturday, Sep. 30, 2017

    Sol Seed

    Sol Seed brings a distinct sound combining elements of Rock, Hip Hop, Soul, World Music and Psychedelic Jam with a Reggae foundation to form a positive musical fusion that is uniquely their own.

    With Black Bottom Lighters, Something Like Seduction. This show is 21+

  • Thursday, Oct. 05, 2017

    Leilani Wolfgramm Kush County and Swells (Katchafire)

    This show was originally scheduled for September 10th. All tickets purchased for original date will be honored on October 5th. Leilani Wolfgramm is an American Tongan singer songwriter from Orlando, Florida. She has been performing since she was seven and creates music that is a mesh of reggae hip hop, R&B and folk. Kush County is a collaboration of Arizonan and Hawaiian musicians coming together to create music that elevates the groove. Combining the sounds of Hawaiian melodies, rootsy bass and drums with three-part harmonies and a female lead that sets KCM apart from others, making them a premier island reggae band. Swells (Katchafire) opens this 21+ show.

  • Monday, Oct. 23, 2017

    Mimicking Birds

    On sale now!

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