Good things come in threes and this year Brunch•ish is celebrating three years of The Valley’s best monthly event. Brunch•ish presents its three-year anniversary: From Brunch•ish with Love. Join Brunch•ish on April 17th at 11 am at Varsity Tavern in Tempe for the birthday celebration! The music will be curated by Tiggz and DJ Rich Cole and Arizona dance floors are open just in time for the party! The menu has something for everyone – from southern fried chicken to caulifiyah wings and vegan mac and cheese. Secure your tickets now and Brunch•ish will see you for the celebration of the year!
Come to Travis L. Williams Post 65 (also known as The Legion) in South Phoenix for the Red, White and Blues music series with Glennville Slim & The Blues Posse Band every Saturday starting April 17.
All CDC guidelines will be enforced. Masks required upon entry as well as temperature check at the door.
Don’t miss Funday Sundays LIVE with Vaughn Willis and Ear Candy starting March 14 from 6-10 PM at Travis L. Williams Post 65 (also known as The Legion), 1624 E. Broadway Road, Phoenix.
Vaughn Willis and Ear Candy is one of the most popular soulful bands in the Valley of the Sun!
The Funday Sundays LIVE series, presented by HeroZona Foundation and Sons of the American Legion, should be one of the most exciting entertainment experiences in the Phoenix metro area!
CDC requirements will be enforced.
Poetic Soul Phoenix is one of the best weekly experiences in Arizona!
Face Masks are REQUIRED throughout the night, so please do your part by coming prepared.
Per usual, welcoming ALL Poets; Spoken Word Artists; Musicians; Vocalists; Comedians; Storytellers; Emcees; etc. to come in and share the love of your light in a safe & very supportive environment.
Likewise, the entire community is welcome to come inside and network with the ‘Who’s Who’ of #PlanetAZ – all the while enjoying a solid evening of high quality entertainment.
Purchasing ADVANCE TICKETS and then ARRIVING EARLY is highly recommended. To remedy the super long line issue, there will be two separate lines (1) for presale tickets & (2) another for those who choose to pay with cash/card upon arrival.
West Valley Arts, in collaboration with the Phoenix Chapter of the American Federation of Musicians (AFM), the Musicians Relief Fund, is bringing together six bands representing a diverse range of musical styles for a six-week live-streaming concert series on Friday nights at Westside Blues & Jazz Club, 17045 N. 59th Ave. in Glendale.
Beginning Friday, March 19 and continuing each Friday through April 23, one of the six bands in Imprint: The Cultural Sounds of America will perform from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Performances, which will be live-streamed on Vimeo, also are open to the public. Masks are required and social distancing guidelines will be in force. The performances are free, but donations will be accepted and information about AFM will be available at the venue.
The event is made possible by a grant from the American Federation of Music Performance Trust Fund. The project was created by AFM Outreach Committee Chair Gabriel Bey of Moorish Manor Publishing “based on his vision of bringing different genres of music to the community and to give musicians a safe place to play during these difficult times,” said West Valley Arts President and CEO Sandra Bassett.
“As we move slowly toward some semblance of normalcy, but keeping in mind the challenges still posed by the coronavirus pandemic, we want to be able to provide live performance opportunities that also serve as a fund-raiser for the Westside Blues & Jazz Club and musicians who have been significantly affected by the pandemic,” said Bassett, who will be among the performers. “And what better to lift our spirits than music?”
Bands scheduled to perform are:
• Pangea, with Ruben Martinez, on March 19
• The Tom Grills Band on March 26
• Geibral Elisha Movement on April 2
• The Sound Bombers on April 9
• Bluesman Mike on April 16
• Sandra Bassett on April 23