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Glendale won’t be hosting Glendale Glitters this year, but lights will shine nonetheless — and even earlier than usual. more
Fear Farm is back in Glendale, and with a new location. more
“Movie and Bingo on the Lawn” night is coming to Glendale, with Disney’s latest offering on the big screen. more
Social media platform TikTok has been a launching pad for a slew of influencers and rising stars since it was released in 2016. more
The city of Tempe will require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination for large, ticketed, city-run events for the near future. more
Glendale’s outdoor live music series was such a hit in the spring, it’s coming back to town for fall. more
Theater Works will not be opening “A Curiouser Nutcracker” due to rapidly rising COVID-19 infections in Arizona, according to a news release. more
Peoria has given a boost to arts organizations that help make the city a better place. more
This year’s Fiesta Bowl Parade just got a bit more hip. Valley Rocker Alice Cooper will serve as the Fiesta Bowl Parade Grand Marshal — the 50th anniversary of the organization coming … more
The COVID pandemic has brought many live showcases to a grinding halt for the safety of all involved. That includes events put on by the nonprofit Phoenix Blues Society and its usual busy schedule. more
The music world is mourning the loss of Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, who died almost two years to the day after the band’s final Arizona appearance, in Glendale. more
It’s only a matter of just how many ariZoni awards Spotlight Youth Theatre will take home next month. more
CHECK IT OUT: Bob Dylan live show from 2006 in Sun City West, with audio uploaded in its entirely on YouTube Bob Dylan captured in time in Sun City West Iconic singer’s 2006 show uploaded … more
Tickets are on sale now for the Arizona State Fair, which returns in October after COVID put last year’s event on hold. more
The Arizona Coyotes now find themselves without a home. more
Westside Blues & Jazz, a north Glendale music club, joined a group of 17 independent music venues across Arizona which announced requirements for all concertgoers to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result or vaccination starting next month. more
Ballet Arizona welcomes back the 24-year tradition of free outdoor ballet performances for the community, including a return to Glendale. more
The Vista Center for the Arts, 15660 N Parkview Place in Surprise, recently added three shows to its fall lineup.The new shows are: • Country music staple Lorrie Morgan performs at 7 p.m. … more
Arizona blues fans — you are out of reasons to miss seeing Carvin Jones live this month. more
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