The Churchill is bringing First Friday to your living room with a livestream concert from 1 to 6 p.m.
Taking place April 30 through May 3, guests will be able to catch a double feature plus window-side food service at Sonora Village Complex.
Whether you’re looking to wind down and relax or jump up and dance, these local businesses and venues are offering virtually streamed concerts, curated playlists and inspiring music to keep you moving from home.
Participants are invited to join the virtual event on April 24 Cosanti Foundryman Jeff Hildebrand initiates the bell ringing ceremony, reveals some of Cosanti and the bells’ unique history and shares some inspirational words of hope.
“The Songs & Story of Americano!,” a virtual concert benefiting The Phoenix Theatre Company, will take place April 24 and feature the popular musical’s original songs.
This month, not only are they featuring Don Julio Maestro Dobel tequilas, but world-famous movie star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s newest batch Teremana (meaning “spirit of the earth”) tequila, making it the first Mexican restaurant in Arizona to serve Teremana.
Set to happen this July in Phoenix, the two-day music festival is an alternate event for high school juniors and seniors who were unable to enjoy prom this year and will feature live music, DJs, local food vendors and more.
Desperate times call for dream-making measures, like tequila delivered to your front door.
Huss Brewing Co. is proud to announce that it will be selecting 50 people per day to receive a FREE six-pack of their Citrus Path Hazy IPA as part of their Let H(us)s Serve You campaign.
The Phoenix Symphony has announced its upcoming 2020/2021 season, full of classic, pops and contemporary works.