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The straight man from “Tommy Boy” and “Just Shoot Me” performs his comedy routine in Phoenix.
Childsplay demonstrates the importance of manners in this quirky kitchen comedy about rival master chefs and the young apprentice stuck between them.
The Tony and Grammy award-winning actress and singer will not perform Friday, March 29 as planned. Her performance has been rescheduled to Saturday, December 21.
Celebrate Hawaiian culture, music, entertainment, food and crafts at this family-friendly festival.
Enjoy a free concert from this young, up-and-coming quartet composed of faculty associates at Arizona State University. Pre-concert coffee service starts at 9 a.m.
Kudos to Mr. Temple of Mesa regarding his Feb. letter: “What’s On TV?”. He says it as it should be said. You want quality shows, watch “ME-TV” or the “ANTENNA CHANNEL”. The good ol’ shows.
Known for his clean, sarcastic humor focusing on the everyday absurdities of life, Brian Regan appeals to fans of all ages. He performs for one night only in Phoenix.
Lifehouse, the alternative rock band made famous by the hit “Hanging by a Moment,” tours in support of its December 2012 album “Almería.”
Following a UK tour, this Tempe-born band performs a homecoming concert celebrating American rock ’n’ roll.
The O’Jays: The R&B musicians known for recording the theme song for “The Apprentice”— “For the Love of Money” — in addition to countless other R&B favorites, perform Saturday in Phoenix.
The popular Nick Jr. band, featuring Twist, Shout, Kiki and Marina, perform live at this hour-long concert in Phoenix.
The platinum-selling R&B musician who recorded “Halfcrazy,” “B.U.D.D.Y” and “Love” performs.
Pearl Jam’s lead singer performs in Phoenix.
“Giselle”: Ballet Arizona opens its season with this classic tale of betrayal, heartbreak and a haunted forest.
Accompanied by a full orchestra, the child prodigy and “America’s Got Talent” runner-up performs music from her third album, “Songs from the Silver Screen,”
Pepe Aguilar, the ranchero and Latin pop musician, performs in Phoenix.
Train: The San Francisco pop rock band known for “Drops of Jupiter,” “Hey, Soul Sister” and “Marry Me” tours in support of its new album “California 37.”
Il Volo Takes Flight Tour: The popular Italian teenage trio performs in Phoenix.
The turn-of-the-century re-enactment band Territorial Brass Band performs music from its recent CD, “Arizona Mosaic.”
The acclaimed musician, featured on CBS Sunday Morning and NBC’s Today, performs Friday in Phoenix.
America’s funny man and star of the popular “Seinfeld” show performs Saturday in Phoenix.
The chart-topping musician Jason Aldean performs alongside country artist Luke Bryan.
Slash With Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators: The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer tours in support of his new studio album “Apocalyptic Love.”
Arizona’s singer-songwriter duo JC and Laney perform Americana music from their most recent album “Heartbreak and Paradise,” among others.
Relax with your kids and enjoy a free showing of the classic Disney story about puppy love.