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Concert Archive

Gloria Trevi

Sunday, September 4th The first lady of Mexican pop. Centennial Hall | 1020 E University | 7pm  


Saturday, September 3rd AJJ is an American folk punk band from Phoenix, Arizona, originally formed in 2004 as Andrew Jackson Jihad. Their lyrics handle themes of shyness, poverty, humanity, religion, […]

HoCo Fest

Thursday September 1st – thru the 4th Hoco Fest One of two conventions returning this weekend (check out Tucson Comic Con) since the world shut down 2 years ago. Hoco […]


Saturday, August 27th Ghost is easily recognizable owing greatly to its eccentric on-stage presence. The Papa Emeritus character has gone through five incarnations: I, II, III, Nihil, and IV. From […]

L.A. Witch

August, Friday 19th American garage-rock trio formed in Los Angeles, California in 2011. Founded by L.A. natives Sade Sanchez (vocals, guitar) and Irita Pai (bass), the band’s sound has been […]

Shakey Graves

Tuesday, August 16th His music combines blues, folk, country, and rock and roll. Rose-Garcia received his stage name at Old Settler’s Music Festival in 2007 after a stranger, apparently high […]

Brad Paisley

Saturday August 13th Starting with his 1999 debut album Who Needs Pictures, he has released eleven studio albums and a Christmas compilation on the Arista Nashville label, with all of […]

Michael Franti & Spearhead

Musician, poet, activist, documentarian, and singer-songwriter, known for his participation in many musical projects, most with a political and social emphasis, including the Beatnigs and the Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy. […]

Purity Ring

Purity Ring’s music is known for its combination of pop and hip-hop styles and James’ “childlike” vocals and “macabre”, “gory” lyrics, that she takes from “books and books full of […]