Not-to-Miss Upcoming Concerts in the Valley

So it has been a long time since I’ve updated you on the upcoming concert schedule. But it wasn’t until now that I thought any performances deemed worthy. Check out what the end of 2009 has in store for us…


The Used
Nov. 9 . 7 p.m.
The famous Alternative rock band is making its way to Tempe to perform their all new and fourth studio album, “Artwork,” released at the end of August 2009. The Used is most known for hits  like “A Box Full of Sharp Objects” and “The Taste of Ink”. Rock bands The Almost, and Drive A open the all-ages show at the Marquee Theatre. 
Marquee Theatre
730 N. Mill Ave.

Nov. 13. 7 p.m.
Arizonans are invited to Scottsdale’s Martini Ranch to see the great alternative rock band Switchfoot. The band is set to release their latest album “Hello Hurricane” this year in hopes to gain as much recognition as their album “The Beautiful Letdown,” which sold over two millions copies nationwide and featured two top 10 hits “Meant To Live” and “Dare You To Move.” Switchfoot has won the San Diego Music award for Best Pop Artist, Best Pop Album and Album of the Year. Switchfoot will perform with a special guest on Nov. 13 and the show is for all ages.
Martini Ranch
7295 E. Stetson Drive

B.B. King
Nov. 21. 8 p.m.
Come see who Rolling Stone magazine ranks #3 on its list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time. B.B. King has won multiple Grammy Awards and is revered as one of the greatest blues singers of all time. He will be performing at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix with his special Gibson guitar Lucille. This guitar was named in 1950 after escaping a fire caused by two men fighting over a woman with the name. On Nov. 21, B.B. King will sing greatest hits along with songs from his new release  “One Kind Favor.” Also to grace the stage are Steve Ansel and The Jackson Street Band.
Celebrity Theatre
440 N. 32nd St.

Dec. 1. 7:30 p.m.
Best known for their painted faces and long tongues, Kiss has broke records and even performed with Adam Lambert in the American Idol Finale this year. Well this year, they are celebrating 35 years of rock n’ roll and taking their one of a kind show to the Arena in Glendale on Dec. 1. Come here their greatest songs like “Rock and Roll All Nite,” “I Was Made for Lovin’ You” and “Detroit Rock City.” Alternative-rock band, Buckcherry will open for Kiss performing songs from their latest release, “Live and Loud.” Arena
9400 W. Maryland Ave.

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