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Tempe, AZ 85281
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Sun: 11am – 6pm

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Live Music

Sit back and listen as talented local bands and musicians share their sounds!



  • Friday
    31

    Hello SwindonDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    High Energy Original Alternative Band
    Much like the fictional and awesome Spinal Tap, Hello Swindon has had its share of ups and downs. In ten years the band has had five different bass players and two sax players, but that’s the way it goes.

    Original members singer/guitarist Scott Semple and singer/percussionist John Vick form the center of the band, along with saxophone player Todd Sisk, who has been in the band since 2001, and bassist Matthew Schafman, who joined up in 2005.

    For details, visit helloswindon.com

  • Saturday
    1

    Gemini SyndromeSaturday, April 1
    District Stage, 7-10pm

    Join us at The District Stage for a free, full-length concert featuring rock band Gemini Syndrome. Show kicks off with great opening acts and a beer garden. Don’t miss the first Rock It UP concert of 2017!

    Learn more at tempemarketplace.com/concerts

  • Friday
    7

    The GlidesDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Original Alternative Rock Band
    The Glides perform a brand of music that can best be described as alternative, retro, groove. The Phoenix, Arizona band consists of vocalist Travis Kenny, guitarist Mark Harrison, bass guitarist Paul Perron, and drummer Rikki “Stixx” Rodinis. Whether it’s playing shows, in five cities, in five nights; or zipping up to the high country of Flagstaff to play into the wee hours of the night, these four Renaissance men are always on the move.



    The Glides not only know where they are going, but have a rock solid history that put them here today. With two feet solidly in indie rock, the band seamlessly juggles elements of dancehall, blues, punk, grunge, and a taste of retro 50’s rock to create their alternative, retro, grooves.

    For details, visit theglides.com

  • Saturday
    8

    Smiley DracoDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Alternative Rock
    Smiley Draco is an original music indie rock band based in Tempe, AZ.

    For details, visit facebook.com

  • Friday
    14

    Rock the Quad with Vermillion Road, Spar Afar and The UnrelatedDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Denver rock band, Vermillion Road’s original music draws inspiration from the alternative rock sound they love. They have opened for national acts including Smile Empty Soul and 3 Pill Morning. In 2015, they released their first full-length album Palaces to rave reviews.

    With international performing experience, Spar Afar hits the Arizona music scene with a wide range of influences. Spar Afar has proven their strong talent in ambitious rock anthems and intimate piano ballads and plan to bring their magic to all venues across the Valley, as they tour in 2017 and release their debut LP.

    Based out of Tempe, The Unrelated band blends together unique and contrasting styles to make an unforgettable listening experience. They are currently ranked in the top 40 in Arizona according to Reverbnation. Debuting April 20, 2017, their second record "Hometown Hero" is a mix of punk rock and anthemic tunes sure to inspire.

  • Saturday
    15

    Whatever The WeatherDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Indie Alternative Band
    Whatever The Weather is two friends with some instruments trying their hardest to make making the music they love to make and turning it into a dream job.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com

  • Friday
    21

    Sam Braxten BandDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Indie Alternative Band
    Sam Braxten has scored vast experience in the music industry with a wide range of music genres and scenes, sharing the stage with artists such as, The Maine, Anarbor, Toad the Wet Sprocket, ColdFusion, Opiate for the Masses, The Kerosene Kids, Calling of Syrens (now “The Word Alive”) and The Atomic Punks, just to name a few.

    After performing live at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival with his previous band Beretta Sun, Sam decided to branch out of the band into new experiences as a solo artist in February 2013. Sam, with his back-up band, has picked up the stage name “Sam Braxten” and is now at Tufftones Studios recording what will be a series chapters in the form of 4 song EP’s. The first one released in early May 2015 titled “Chapter I”.

    For details, visit facebook.com/sambraxten

  • Saturday
    22

    Grunge SpongesDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    90s Grunge Band
    Grunge Sponges is a band for the children of the 90s! This band will take you back with covers of your favorite songs of the “grunge” era.

    For details, visit facebook.com/grungesponges

  • Friday
    28

    Mojo FarmersDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Unique Psychedelic Band
    Mojo Farmers kick out the jams! We are all about loving, making music, bringing people together and having a good time. Variety is the spice of life and we follow this belief in the music we play. We may jam out like the Dead or kick out the jams like the MC5. It’s a big world out there and we don’t want to be boxed in.

    Mojo Farmers got things started in 2000 in Tempe, Arizona and released their self title CD in 2002.

    For details, visit mojofarmers.com

  • Saturday
    29

    People Who Could FlyDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    People Who Could Fly is an indie pop band formed in 2013 and based in Phoenix, AZ. The group's style draws influence from acts such as Walk the Moon, The 1975, Cage the Elephant and Two Door Cinema Club.

    People Who Could Fly has performed with national acts including Rick Springfield, Howard Jones, Roger Clyne, and Reel Big Fish. The band also provided entertainment for The Arizona Cardinals NFL games in 2016. Their album "Neon Electric" was produced by Grammy-winner Robb Vallier (Gin Blossoms, Foo Fighters, Miranda Lambert).

    For details, visit peoplewhocouldfly.com

  • Friday
    5

    Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Guitarras LatinasDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Latin Guitar Band
    How would you like to stroll the beaches of Brazil, dance in Havana and experience the electricity of Barcelona, all in one day? Guitarras Latinas takes you there, with a passionate “musical tour” of Latin America. With beautiful flamenco guitars, romantic vocals and dynamic Latin percussion, Guitarras Latinas transports you to Venezuela, Old Mexico, the Andes and beyond. So put your passport away, and enjoy a cultural journey with Guitarras Latinas!

    For details, visit latinguitars-az.com

  • Saturday
    6

    Come Back BuddyDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Buddy Holly Tribute Band
    Come Back Buddy is a 3-piece Rock-n-Roll band inspired by the legendary “Buddy Holly and the Crickets.”

    The trio’s repertoire includes the music of many artists from the 50’s era including Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Ricky Nelson, and of course, Buddy Holly. Mike Randall provides lead vocals and guitar with Janine Randall on bass and Don Rinehart on drums. The band has a strong foundation…and a strong following!

    For details, visit comebackbuddy.com

  • Friday
    12

    Fuel and Marcy PlaygroundFriday, May 12
    District Stage, 7-10pm

    Join us at The District Stage for a free, full-length concert featuring alternative rock bands Fuel and Marcy Playground. Party starts with great opening acts and a beer garden.

    Learn more at tempemarketplace.com/concerts

  • Saturday
    13

    Wide AwakeDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    U2 Tribute Band
    Wide Awake is a local, alternative rock cover band that specializes in the music of U2. Blending musicianship and special effects, they recreate the ambient music of U2 in front of live audiences in a truly authentic and exciting experience. Wide Awake is known for bringing energy and passion to every show, much like their Irish counterparts. This is a must-see for any U2 fan or music enthusiast.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com/wideawakeu2

  • Friday
    19

    RatioDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Tribute to Motown
    Ratio is one of Phoenix, Arizona’s premier bands specializing in Rhythm and Blues, Jazz, Funk and Pop.

    Recognized as the “Best Jazz Band in Phoenix” by the Phoenix New Times Magazine and the “Best Blues Band” by the Arizona Republic, this versatile band led by founder Larry Rhymes is comprised of some of the best musicians in Phoenix. Their repertoire contains 60’s and 70’s Funk, 80’s Jams, Smooth Jazz, Classic Soul and Motown.

    For details, visit ratioband.com

  • Saturday
    20

    Back In The SaddleDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Aerosmith Tribute Band
    Back in the Saddle is a premier tribute band hailing from Phoenix, Arizona. Experience their exhilarating performance as they recreate vintage Aerosmith with a modern twist. With music and vocals so authentic, you might just confuse Back in the Saddle with the real Aerosmith in their prime.

    For details, visit facebook.com/backnthesaddlephx

  • Friday
    26

    New Wave OrderDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Ultimate 80s Tribute Band
    New Wave Order is the ultimate tribute to 80s New Wave music, faithfully playing top hits of bands such as Duran Duran, Blondie, Yaz, Depeche Mode, INXS, Tears for Fears and more. This five-piece band features both male and female lead vocals, bringing a sonic flashback that will have you dancing and singing along to the classics of the New Wave era.

    For details, visit facebook.com/newwaveorderlive

  • Saturday
    27

    Zeppelin 4District Stage, 7-10pm

    Led Zeppelin Tribute Band

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