More than 600 performers are set to unite downtown Prescott in holiday cheer for the 30th annual Acker Musical Showcase on Friday, Dec. 7.
Gypsy Soul, the duo Orange County Weekly called “one of the most brilliantly instrumented and vocally adept bands alive and kicking,” is returning to Prescott for a show full of Christmas music this weekend.
Australian singing group, The Ten Tenors, are bringing their entertaining twist on holiday music to the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center this Sunday, Dec. 2.
Homegrown artists and professionals are set to gather this weekend, lending their voices to take part in a Prescott tradition as Yavapai College Performing Arts Center presents George Frideric Handel’s “The Messiah.”
Bob Dylan called him the “king of the folksingers,” Johnny Cash called him “my good buddy” — he’s Ramblin’ Jack Elliott and he’s returning for a concert this weekend.
Grammy nominated singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Raul Midón is performing at the Yavapai College Performing Art Center Friday, Nov. 16 as the second cabaret performer this season.
The Central Arizona Concert Band, under the direction of Maestro Clydene Dechert, returns to the stage of The Davis Learning Center at Embry-Riddle University on Sunday, November 18, with an outstanding program of classic and contemporary band music designed to delight a variety of tastes.
After forming two years ago, the band Summa Totius is holding a CD release party in celebration of its first album.
The Phoenix Symphony is returning to Prescott this weekend for the season’s second concert which will feature violinist Steven Moekel as a soloist and Case Scaglione as guest conductor.
Performer says Charles is one of his top five greatest artists
Lonely Street Productions is bringing a new Ray Charles show to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center this weekend, called “Let the Good Times Roll — The Genius of Ray Charles.”
Grammy nominated songwriter and recording/touring artist and Prescott resident Candace Devine is holding a special EP release show for her new solo project at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center this Saturday, Oct. 13.
Country music festival benefits Shadows Foundation Watson Lake will be a hive of country music fans this weekend with The Big Sting – It’s a Country Thing Country Music Festival.
Show goes through his career, performer says
Lonely Street Productions is bringing its brand new show, “Cruisin’ – The Music of Smokey Robinson” to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center Friday, Oct. 12.
Campers buzzing into The Big Sting – It’s a Country Thing Country Music Festival will be able to participate in a few early activities before the main event begins.
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Sharlot Hall Museum’s 40th annual Folk Music Festival — Arizona’s longest running folk music event — is set to be in tune for this weekend.
The Prescott Chorale is putting on a special concert, performing nothing but pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach featuring guest soloists and the new Arizona Philharmonic Orchestra.
Featured groups at this year’s Folk Music Festival run the gamut of musicality, ranging from bluegrass and folk rock, to Celtic and Western and hillbillyblues ... a cornucopia of styles reflecting the fall season.
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The Phoenix Symphony is returning to Prescott this weekend for the first concert of the 2018-19 season at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, featuring guest conductor David Danzmayr and piano soloist Drew Petersen.
“Guys and Dolls,” continues through Sunday, Sept. 30, Prescott Center for the Arts, 208 N. Marina St. tickets are $27 for adults and $20 for youths. www.pca-az.net.
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After taking a two-year hiatus from touring, the Americana vocal trio Red Molly is returning to Prescott for the first time since 2014, performing at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center Saturday, Sept. 15.
Turn the Page, billed as the “ultimate” tribute to Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, is returning to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center with an entire second half dedicated to performing the album “Stranger in Town” track by track, said the show’s Seger, Sam Morrison.
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