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.

Isaac Dunbar

Friday, October 7

The District Stage, 7pm

with openers WHALES•TALK + Proper Pet

Rhode Island-born and Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer leaps between Broadway levels of theatrical bombast, skyscraping stadium rock hooks straight out of the seventies, nineties-esque alternative spirit, and larger-than-life two-thousands pop extravagance.

There’s nothing subtle about him—and the world is better for it. Isaac’s keen emotional intuition and artistic acuity belie his age, and at just 19-years-old he has asserted himself as the rare talent who gleefully defies genres, rules, and eras all at once. Following acclaim from Time, Billboard, Teen Vogue, Nylon, The FADER, NPR, and more, the Afro-Italian-American crash lands as the outlier we need right now with his 2022, Banish The Banshee EP via RCA Records.


Friday, October 21

The District Stage, 7pm

with openers Moontower + popsiclestickairport

A Weathers song is like a movie. When the band’s co-lyricists Cameron Boyer and Cameron Olsen talk about their lives, they liken them to “a John Hughes Film.” “I get a picture in my head of the story I want to tell,” explains Boyer, a truly multidisciplinary artist who has been making films as long as he has been making music.

Vocalist Cameron Boyer, guitarist Cameron Olsen, bassist Brennen Bates, and drummer Cole Carson create finely crafted, introspective pop songs heavily inspired by the alternative culture of the 80s, 90s and 00s. Some of Boyer’s earliest musical memories are of listening to The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds with his dad and Hot Fuss by the Killers, while Olsen was raised on a steady diet of Depeche Mode, Cheap Trick, Bryan Adams, and Guns ’N Roses.

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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