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Sun: 11am – 6pm

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  • Tuesday
    28

    Spring 2015 Sake TourTuesday, April 28
    Kabuki Tempe, 7-9pm

    Experience Traditional + Contemporary Sake With Master Sake Sommelier Yuji Matsumoto

      • Try Yuji’s sake selection of the spring,
         sip on specialty cocktails + beer from Asahi
      • Sample appetizers, rolls and small bites
         from the Kabuki menu
      • Learn from Yuji and his sake expert friends!

    $20 per person. To purchase your ticket, ask a member of our team! Limited space available.Must be at least 21-years-of-age to attend | Please drink responsibly | Events mostly standing room only

    For details, visit kabukirestaurants.com/spring15saketour

  • Friday
    1

    Guitarras LatinasDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Latin American Guitar Band
    “Guitarras Latina”" takes you there, with an inspiring “musical tour” of Latin America. With beautiful acoustic guitars, romantic vocals and dynamic Latin percussion, Guitarras Latinas transports your heart and soul to Valenzuela, Old Mexico, the Andes, and more.

    Playing Spanish flamenco guitars, Guitarras Latinas spicy guitar solos are punctuated with castanets, bongos and the cajon to express the passion that can only be found in Latin America. So, put you passport away! Sit back, relax and enjoy a cultural journey with “Guitarras Latinas”…

    For details, visit latinguitars-az.com

  • Friday
    1

    Jay & Charles of InterfateB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter
    Jay and Charles front the acoustic side of the rock band Interfate who popped up in their local scene in 2008 touring the Arizona nightclub circuit, opening for such national favorites as Nonpoint, In This Moment, Tantric, Smile Empty Soul, Static-X, Taproot, and Boy Hits Car to name a few.

    Interfate will begin regional touring dates throughout the southwest in the Summer of 2015 to mark the release of their new EP, Shedding Skin. They have been played on stations 98 KUPD and the Edge 103.9, and plan to expand once their radio distribution campaign begins, kicking off their upcoming tour.

    For details, visit facebook.com/Interfate

  • Saturday
    2

    Laura Walsh BandDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    High Energy Country Rock Band
    Nashville recording artist and Arizona native, Laura Walsh, is actively involved in the Southwest music scene. Debuting her brand new album, Take Your Time, Laura has been featured as a pre-show opener for Miranda Lambert and Sugarland. As a local regular, she is making a name for herself at such venues as Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill, Handlebar J, Hard Rock Café and Martini Ranch.

    Her first single, Hit and Run, released in spring 2011, gave listeners just a taste of the power of her voice and songwriting capabilities. Upon release of the full album, Take Your Time, in May 2012, Laura displays who she is: confident, positive, loving, and strong. Take Your Time represents a rite of passage for a young girl that is knocking on the door of greatness.

    “Laura is an incredible new talent! Not only does she sing great and have excellent command as a vocalist, but her lyric writing shows that she has learned the essence of what a good idea can bring to a song. She is a pleasure to work with!” says music industry veteran, Billy Smiley, producer and co-writer for Take Your Time.

    Laura is so grateful and excited about the response she has received from local television stations, venues and audiences of all kinds. Laura strives to be an example to young girls and women in the midst of an industry in need of positive messages.

    For details, visit laurawalshmusic.com

  • Saturday
    2

    Stephanie MerylB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter
    Stephanie Meryl is a Singer-Songwriter from Tucson, AZ. She plays a mix of original and cover songs with an indie-pop twist. Influenced by both jazz and classical music, Stephanie has both technical skill and creativity, with many years of performance experience.

    For details, visit stephaniemeryl.com

  • Friday
    8

    Peppermint JamesDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Original Alternative & Cover Band
    Peppermint James was formed in Phoenix, Arizona in 2004. With strong influence from The Beatles, The Wailers, traditional jazz and blues artists and many outstanding world musicians, the sound of Peppermint James continually evolves with a no limits attitude towards songwriting and arranging.

    Peppermint James continues their busy schedule of energetic live performances, released their sophomore album and is looking forward to sharing their music on a continuously larger scale.

    For details, visit peppermintjames.com

  • Friday
    8

    West Hills BrothersB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitar Duo
    The West Hills Brothers are a unique duo of acoustic/electric guitars, vocals and percussion. Carson Smith is on lead vocals, guitar, and percussion and his twin brother Cole plays acoustic and electric guitar and mandolin.

    They are originally from West Hills, California but now live in Arizona and perform on a regular basis at art walks, festivals, private parties and special events throughout the state. Their music is a great mix of classic rock, pop, alternative and original tunes with their own unique style.

    For details, visit westhillsbrothers.com

  • Saturday
    9

    CD Release Party for Sam BraxtenDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Indie Alternative Band
    Sam Braxten has scored vast experience in the music industry with a wide range of music genres and scenes, sharing the stage with artists such as, The Maine, Anarbor, Toad the Wet Sprocket, ColdFusion, Opiate for the Masses, The Kerosene Kids, Calling of Syrens (now “The Word Alive”) and The Atomic Punks, just to name a few.

    After performing live at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival with his previous band Beretta Sun, Sam decided to branch out of the band into new experiences as a solo artist in February 2013. Sam, with his back-up band, has picked up the stage name “Sam Braxten” and is now at Tufftones Studios recording what will be a series chapters in the form of 4 song EP’s. The first one releasing in early May 2015 titled “Chapter I”.

    For details, visit facebook.com/sambraxten

  • Saturday
    9

    Michael V.B&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Adult Contemporary Guitarist
    The music of Michael V. blends elements of rock, folk & jazz. Comparisons to Steely Dan, Don Henley, Bryan Adams and Sting have been mentioned.

    The music of Michael V is diverse, and therefore is difficult to categorize. This is probably why the is one of LA’s best-kept secrets. Most record companies won’t pick up an artist that covers as much musical ground as Michael V does. Nevertheless, Michael V demands a good listen and his new release with his band Ghandi’s Garage entitled “Open” is their canvas for you to enjoy.

    For details, visit myspace.com/ghandisgarage

  • Friday
    15

    Swain’s WorldDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Premier Top 40 Covers
    Swain’s World covers a variety of music including Classic Rock, 80’s New Wave, Funk, Blues, Motown, Dance and a touch of Country. Swain’s World truly is a place where “Good Times and Great Tunes Collide.” The intuitive song selections will get you up on your feet and dancing!

    For details, visit swainsworldmusic.com

  • Friday
    15

    M SquaredB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Adult Contemporary Duo
    Mark and Carol Mellis began performing together while music majors at Arizona State University. They have been a musical duo throughout their married life and enjoy combining their talents of vocals, piano, flute and saxophone while performing anything from jazz combos to classical ensembles.

  • Saturday
    16

    RatioDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Funk, Soul, Jazz and R&B Band
    Ratio is one of Phoenix, Arizona’s premier bands specializing in Rhythm and Blues, Jazz, Funk and Pop.

    Recognized as the “Best Jazz Band in Phoenix” by the Phoenix New Times Magazine and the “Best Blues Band” by the Arizona Republic, this versatile band led by founder Larry Rhymes is comprised of some of the best musicians in Phoenix. Their repertoire contains 60’s and 70’s Funk, 80’s Jams, Smooth Jazz, Classic Soul and Motown.

    For details, visit ratioband.com

  • Saturday
    16

    Sandy HathawayB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Indie Acoustic Singer/Songwriter
    Sandy Hathaway is from Chandler and has been performing and writing songs for over 14 years in Arizona, Michigan, California, Hawaii and Belize, Central America. Her songs are laced with colorful metaphors and her vocal style has been compared to Joni Mitchell, Patty Griffin and Dar Williams. Sandy writes songs from her heart and experiences growing up on a farm, with people and places that made lasting impressions in her life. Her descriptive writing transports the listener to places and times that she creates through music and lyrics. Sandy was in the top 10 for the Tucson Folk Festival songwriter contest in 2005. Sandy music has been in the top three on ReverbNation for over six months.

    For details, visit sandyhathaway.com

  • Thursday
    21

    3rd Thursday Adventure RunThursday, May 21
    Road Runner Sports, 7pm

    Every 3rd Thursday, meet new running friends at Road Runner Sports. Run to checkpoints for raffle tickets and enter to win fun giveaways. Registration starts at 6pm. Bring a light and wear reflective gear to participate.

    For details, visit youradventurerun.com

  • Friday
    22

    Timothy HDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Indie Alternative Band
    Timothy H hails from San Diego, California, a mecca for Southern California’s Beach/Pop/Rock-Reggae culture. Combining the world of Chicago House Music with Reggae, Rock and Hip-Hop, Timothy H’s music is a hybrid of banging beats and ripping guitars. Timothy H is a 4-piece band with Tim H on lead vocals/guitar, along with a rhythm section and DJ Matty Mac. The music and the band are geared towards the extreme sports world of surfing, skating and snowboarding. With songs like “Backside Rodeo Flip” and “Time To Crush”, the 2012 release of Timothy H’s full-length album “Loved Or Hated But Never Ignored” compliments the SoCal party lifestyle.

    For details, visit timothyhmusic.com

  • Friday
    22

    Pete PancraziB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Jazz Guitarist/Vocalist
    Pete Pancrazi being named recently by Downbeat Magazine as “one to watch” and a guitar player “deserving greater attention” is no surprise to those who have heard him perform. Through the years, he has cultivated a large and loyal following.

    Audiences in Arizona voted him the “Jazz Guitar Player of the Year” in AZJazz Magazine’s 2000 Readers’ Poll.

    For details, visit petepancrazi.com

  • Saturday
    23

    Hello SwindonDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    High Energy Original Alternative Band
    Much like the fictional-and awesome-Spinal Tap, Hello Swindon has had its share of ups and downs. In ten years the band has had five different bass players and two sax players, but that’s the way it goes.

    Original members singer/guitarist Scott Semple and singer/percussionist John Vick form the center of the band, along with saxophone player Todd Sisk, who has been in the band since 2001, and bassist Matthew Schafman, who joined up in 2005.

    For details, visit helloswindon.com

  • Saturday
    23

    Elijah BossenbroekB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Pianist Extraordinaire
    Elijah Bossenbroek was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He started playing the piano at age six, but wasn’t a typical piano player. He often hated the dull repetition behind learning notes and playing to metronomes. Frustrated, Elijah began writing his own piano compositions at age fourteen. At the age of eighteen, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, where he spent the better part of 5 years traveling to places such as Mississippi, Japan, California, and Kuwait. Upon his return from the deserts of Kuwait, Elijah purchased a home recording studio and began working on his first album, “Harmony In Disarray,”. In 2007 after gaining a lot of popularity and momentum in the music industry, he was noticed by an A&R at “A Matter of Substance Records” which signed him to a record deal and produced his anticipated second album “Carpe Lumen”.

    For details, visit elijahbossenbroek.com

  • Friday
    29

    Think HorsesDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Original Alternative and Cover Band
    In ancient Greece, young medical students were exhorted to think horses, not zebras, when they heard the sound of hoofbeats outside; they were encouraged to resist the temptation to second-guess the obvious. A literal endorsement of simplicity. Summer flowers. The sound of a far-off train. One, two, three, just like that, simplicity in music is elusive. Sublime. In the end it's best to just listen. Isn’t it?

    Think Horses are: León - voice & guitar, Theo Belledin - keys and saxes, Adam Clark - batterie, Emilio Caruso - drums, John Chapman - contrabass

    For details, visit thethinkhorses.com

  • Friday
    29

    John CalvertB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Folk, Classical and World Music
    The words earthy and melodic best describe the fresh sound of accomplished fingerstyle guitarist John Calvert. Harnessing aural textures from folk, jazz, flamenco and classical music, Calvert’s genuine and unpretentious compositions resound with a calming yet adventurous spirit.

    Calvert attributes much of his success to his perennial experience at the world famous Berklee College of Music. His rich formal training artfully blends into an inspiring and original sound. Though his music is difficult to categorize, John likes to classify it as simply guitar music. He performs frequently at a variety of venues throughout the Phoenix area, both solo and in groups such as Radiant Sky.

    John’s down-to-earth attitude, combined with outstanding musical technique, continues to delight audiences. Whether performing for a small intimate group or for a large-capacity setting, John Calvert is guaranteed to deliver a most memorable listening experience!

    For details, visit southwestartsmusic.com

  • Saturday
    30

    Donate & SkateSaturday, May 30
    Near the District Stage, Noon-8pm

    Roller skate with us for a recommended minimum donation of just $2. Free gift for donations of $5. Portion of proceeds will support local military support organizations including the Wounded Warrior Project of AZ. Open to ages 6 and up. Skates and equipment provided. Don’t forget your socks!

    For details, visit popuprinks.com

  • Saturday
    30

    Knee Deep ExperienceDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Funk, Soul, Jazz and R&B Band
    The Knee Deep Experience is Arizona’s premiere Funk & Soul band. Known for their signature Llama mascot, Knee Deep is sure to bring the funk to Tempe Marketplace!

    Duane McClendon: Bass, Vocals – Ed Davis: Guitar, Vocals – Alex Holland: Saxophone, Vocals – Billy Webb: Guitar, Vocals – Chris Brown: Creative Force & Inspiration

    For details, visit kneedeepx.com

  • Saturday
    30

    Matt KahlerB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter
    Matt Kahler is a local Phoenix, Arizona singer-songwriter. He’s been playing guitar for seven years, and began writing his own soft acoustic-rock-inspired songs in 2010, centered around guitar rhythms and catchy vocal hooks. Matt draws influences from nearly all types of music, but most prominently rock, blues, pop, and jazz. His dedication to putting everything into writing and performing, along with his smooth style and catchy songs are sure to capture and entertain any audience.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com/mattkahler

  • Sunday
    31

    Donate & SkateSunday, May 31
    Near the District Stage, Noon-6pm

    Roller skate with us for a recommended minimum donation of just $2. Free gift for donations of $5. Portion of proceeds will support local military support organizations including the Wounded Warrior Project of AZ. Open to ages 6 and up. Skates and equipment provided. Don’t forget your socks!

    For details, visit popuprinks.com

  • Friday
    5

    The Venomous PinksDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Indie Alternative Band
    The Venomous Pinks are a quartet of girls, ready to break the rules. As one of the only all girl punk bands in the Phoenix area, they make no apologies for their killer stage show and party hard, but play even harder antics. Influenced by Joan Jett and The Ramones, these three talented musicians channel a unique sound that is rock and roll meets classic punk. Their music will intoxicate you with their tantalizing talent, high energy, and no holds barred attitude. With their salacious sound, they’ve cultivated quite the following, causing crowds to line up at local shows. Putting on a presentation that showcases their gregarious girl power, this band leaves audiences wanting more.

    For details, visit facebook.com/venomouspinks

  • Friday
    5

    Janelle LoesB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Adult Alternative Singer-Songwriter
    Janelle Loes is an emerging singer/songwriter who knows how to spin a song and mesmerize an audience. Fusing elements of jazz, pop, and adult contemporary music, her style is both catchy and soothing while her voice is a deep sea serenade through rich, expressive waters.

    For details, visit janelleloes.com

  • Saturday
    6

    RatioDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Funk, Soul, Jazz and R&B Band
    Ratio is one of Phoenix, Arizona’s premier bands specializing in Rhythm and Blues, Jazz, Funk and Pop.

    Recognized as the “Best Jazz Band in Phoenix” by the Phoenix New Times Magazine and the “Best Blues Band” by the Arizona Republic, this versatile band led by founder Larry Rhymes is comprised of some of the best musicians in Phoenix. Their repertoire contains 60’s and 70’s Funk, 80’s Jams, Smooth Jazz, Classic Soul and Motown.

    For details, visit ratioband.com

  • Saturday
    6

    Jimmy Lee BoggsB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Keyboard Singer/Songwriter
    Jimmy Lee Boggs is a solo artist who has just released a CD “First Take” of piano ambient music which can be found on CD Baby, iTunes, or earBuzz. These songs were written during pivotal points in Jimmy’s career and represent his life’s work during his 25 years of performing. Jimmy has much experience entertaining and teaching throughout Arizona bringing his beautiful music along with some cover tunes to life for the listener.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com/jimmyleeboggs

  • Friday
    12

    LELEA and 3NationsDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Pop/Rock/Funk/Reggae
    LELEA and the 3Nations is a Arizona based band that was formed by 13 year old Lelea Fonua on August 2014. The band was initially put together for a benefit concert held by Teen Lifeline and guest of honor Jordin Sparks.

    LELEA and the 3Nations genre of music range from funk, soul, pop rock, rock, blues, gospel and reggae. Lead singer Lelea Fonua is Alice Coppers Proof is in the Pudding 2013 soloist winner and has worked and performed with Alice Cooper, Jordin Sparks, Gavin Degraw, KISS, Motley Crew, Joan Jett, Radio Disney, Nickelodeon, Kids Star USA (Kids Bop Kid finalist), LA Guns, NFL, MLB, NBA and so much more.

    For details, visit lelea.org

  • Friday
    12

    Ben ScolaroB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Jazz Pianist
    Phoenix-area jazz pianist, composer, and arranger Ben Scolaro grew up in a family of musicians and music teachers, so it was only natural that his own passion for music developed at a young age. While his initial training was in classical piano, he developed a passion for jazz in high school thanks to a fateful encounter with a Horace Silver record which prompted him to reorient his musical direction. Ben went on to study at Arizona State University with the head of ASU’s jazz program, Michael Kocour, where he performed, composed, and arranged with ASU’s Concert Jazz Band, Latin Jazz Band, Hip-Hop Ensemble, Hammond B-3 organ group, and jazz combos.

    For details, visit benscolaro.com

  • Saturday
    13

    Vintage WednesdayDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Alternative Indie Band
    Vintage Wednesday is a rock band from Gilbert, AZ. The band is young, but their music is classic. Vintage Wednesday is highly influenced by rock music from the 60’s and 70’s through today, covering bands like The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Heart, Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane, Pat Benatar, U2 and David Guetta. Their originals have a very classic rock sound mixed with an Indie vibe. Vintage Wednesday were finalists in Alice Cooper’s Proof is in the Pudding 2013. The band has performed at Hard Rock Cafe, Alice Cooperstown, PF Chang’s KidsRock AZ, Harvey American, Susan G Komen Race for The Cure and many events across the East Valley.

    For details, visit facebook.com/vintagewednesdaymusic

  • Saturday
    13

    76th Street featuring Haley & SpencerB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Indie Singer/Songwriters
    We believe that a song is an opportunity to tell a story in a way that relates an experience to a melody. These are our stories, and you give them a chance to be heard.

    For details, visit facebook.com/haleyandspencer

  • Friday
    19

    Miss D’meaner & the FeloniesDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Pop, Rock, Alternative Band
    From The Cure to Katy Perry to Aerosmith, Miss D’meaner & the Felonies energizes the stage with a unique blend of Alternative/Rock/Pop cover songs from the 1970s through today. Based in the Phoenix-area, the 5-piece cover band formed in early 2013, and features the dynamic range of Rebecca Franz and Bret Helm - female/male co-lead vocalists - dual guitars from Dan Tipps and Leo Pelletier, and Jason Barton on drums. (Helm & Barton also form two-thirds of the band Audra - local heroes who have played alongside the likes of AFI, Peter Murphy, Concrete Blonde, etc). Miss D’meaner & the Felonies will have you out of your seat, singing along. We’ll save a seat for you.

    For details, visit missdmeanerandthefelonies.com

  • Friday
    19

    Charley & JesiB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Musical Duo
    Charley and Jesi are a musical duo going after their dreams instead of waiting around for someone else to do it. This is a belief that they hold on to, while going after their music career wholeheartedly. These two talented artists met at an open mic and began their friendship with music. Now married, the two have continued to further their musical dreams. Along with sharing a passion for music, they also share the same passion for justice in today’s world. Their newest upcoming album, “Circus,” will be dedicated to raise awareness of unethical treatment of circus animals.

    For details, visit charleyandjesi.com

  • Saturday
    20

    Hello SwindonDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    High Energy Original Alternative Band
    Much like the fictional-and awesome-Spinal Tap, Hello Swindon has had its share of ups and downs. In ten years the band has had five different bass players and two sax players, but that’s the way it goes.

    Original members singer/guitarist Scott Semple and singer/percussionist John Vick form the center of the band, along with saxophone player Todd Sisk, who has been in the band since 2001, and bassist Matthew Schafman, who joined up in 2005.

    For details, visit helloswindon.com

  • Saturday
    20

    Josh WestB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Alternative/Pop/Rock
    Josh West began writing songs with his father at the age of eleven. He is now sixteen and looking to take his music and message to the world. His music could be described as introspective and thoughtful with a definite pop sensibility and a voice that has been compared to Jeff Buckley, Chris Martin and Bono.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com/joshwest9

  • Friday
    26

    Peppermint JamesDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Original Alternative & Cover Band
    Peppermint James was formed in Phoenix, Arizona in 2004. With strong influence from The Beatles, The Wailers, traditional jazz and blues artists and many outstanding world musicians, the sound of Peppermint James continually evolves with a no limits attitude towards songwriting and arranging.

    Peppermint James continues their busy schedule of energetic live performances, released their sophomore album and is looking forward to sharing their music on a continuously larger scale.

    For details, visit peppermintjames.com

  • Friday
    26

    Uno-DosB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Jazz Duo
    Uno-Dos Acoustic Jazz Duo is comprised of two guitarist, Bob and Rudy Garcia with a unique combination of steel and nylon string acoustic electric guitars. Performing contemporary jazz selections by artists such as Peter White, Marc Antoine, Paul Brown, the late Jeff Golub and Zachary Breaux and many others Uno-Dos will capture your musical imagination with their unique and tasteful blend of music.

    For details, visit uno-dos.net

  • Saturday
    27

    Narcoleptic SpidersDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Originals and Classic Rock
    Narcoleptic Spiders rocks! Come on out and get your crazy on! Playing all the best venues around Phoenix. In addition to their high energy originals they have a set list of over four hundred new rock, classic rock, alternative blues and pop punk favorites. Don’t miss our latest addition to the Marketplace line up.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com/narcolepticspiders

  • Saturday
    27

    HawkeyeB&N Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Duo
    Nathaniel Washburn and Peter Erickson have played together for over 12 years and have played venues such as Hard Rock Café, Sunday on Central and Desert Ridge Marketplace. They have a unique sound and style that is fun for children to dance to or just as nice background music for a night out. They are true professionals who provide people with an evening of fun and light hearted music.

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