The first drive-in music festival is taking place May 29 & 30 from 7 to 11 p.m. at Wild Horse Motorsports Park in Phoenix.
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.
Track Club is a new lounge, restaurant and nightclub from multiple local entertainment industry pros. Kaskade, Malaa and more are among the club’s first announced performers.
On August 24, Rawhide Event Center will host Bassrush Massive, a one-day festival featuring the best in trap, dubstep and bass genres.
The fully immersive two-day festival will welcome electronic dance music, house and hip-hop fans
Brought together by the California Roots Music & Arts Festival and Relentless Beats, the Arizona Roots Festival is debuting Feb. 9-10.
Presented by Relentless Beats and CrowdSurf Concerts, Trapfest is returning to the desert for back-to-back dates in Tucson and Downtown Phoenix, July 27 and 28, respectively.
Skip Valentine’s Day love and head to Rawhide for the 9th annual Crush Arizona is returning once again to Rawhide Event Center on Feb. 17 with a heart-stopping lineup including Kaskade and more.
The Phoenix Lights Festival is returning April 7-8, 2018 with a brand new custom-built venue that will serve as the Lights’ home base for the festival.
The third annual Phoenix Lights music festival has just announced its final round up of artists and its nothing short of stellar. The two-day music …