Rock It Up
Free Fall Concerts

ROCK IT UP makes a comeback this fall! Jam out to national acts as they make their debut on The District Stage. Sing, shout + sip at Dave & Buster’s outdoor bar while rockin’ out. Stay tuned for line-up.

PAST SHOWS

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

Saturday, April 9

The District Stage, 7pm
DOORS OPEN AT 6PM

with openers Outsiders + This Modern

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus is a post-hardcore and Christian band formed in 2003. Hailing from Middleburg, FL, brothers Ronnie and Randy Winter, Josh Burke, Joey Westwood, and Jon Espy tour the globe connecting with fans at every show, and Tempe Marketplace’s upcoming concert will be no exception.

The band’s 2006 debut album, Don’t You Fake It, has been certified Platinum, thanks mainly to its Top 40 hit, the anti-domestic abuse anthem Face Down. With No. 1 hits on the Billboard Christian Rock Radio chart, join The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus in showcasing their recent album, The Emergency EP, and newest singles, Is This The Real World?, and A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Called LA.

Escape the Fate

Saturday, April 16

The District Stage, 7pm
DOORS OPEN 6PM

with openers Doll Skin + Hazen

Escape the Fate is an American rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada, formed in 2004. Originally from Pahrump, Nevada, the group consists of Robert Ortiz (drummer), Craig Mabbitt (lead vocalist), TJ Bell (rhythm guitarist and vocalist), Kevin. “Thrasher” Gruft (lead guitarist) and touring musician Erik Jensen (bassist). Their recent album, Chemical Warfare: B-Sides, and songs Invincible and Not My Problem are sure to bring the heat and headbangers to The District Stage!

nothing,nowhere.

Thursday, May 5

The District Stage, 7pm
DOORS OPEN 6PM

with openers guccihighwaters, carolesdaughter + snarls

The mysterious Nothing,Nowhere (stylized as nothing,nowhere.) is the project of Vermont-based musician Joe Mulherin, a singer, rapper, and songwriter who mixes cathartic emo-rap, trap, and indie rock styles in equal measure. Inspired by such bands as Mineral and The Promise Ring, Mulherin earned acclaim for his mix of emo and hip-hop on 2017’s Reaper, his major-label debut as nothing,nowhere. He is ready to take the stage with his most recent album, Trauma Factory while fans rock out to top songs hammer and fake friend.

Safety Protocols

Tempe Marketplace is committed to meeting and exceeding the hygiene standards established by the CDC and World Health Organization. Increased cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting occurs through the day, and throughout common areas of the property with a particular focus on highly trafficked locations. Hand sanitization stations are located throughout the center, masks are recommended for guests regardless of vaccination status and all staff are required to wear masks for the duration of the event.

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