SPRING MUSIC IN THE GARDEN SERIES
Runs through June 24, 2016 at the Desert Botanical Garden
The Music in the Garden Spring Concert Series, at the Desert Botanical Garden, features some of the best musical performers the Valley has to offer. At the Ullman Terrace stage. Guests must be 21 years or older to attend. Members must log in to receive discounts for the concert series. Members: $20 / General Public: $25
BALLET ARIZONA AT DESERT BOTANICAL GARDEN
Tuesdays - Saturdays, May 17-June 4
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. | Performance begins at 8 p.m.
Ballet Arizona returned to Desert Botanical Garden with an incredible outdoor performance. Round will be making its world premiere on a 360-degree stage constructed specifically for the new ballet.
HANS OLSON AND CHUCK HALL | WESTERN BLUES & ORIGINALS
Enjoy an evening with local legends and Valley favorite blues guitarists, Hans Olson and Chuck Hall. The guitarists will each perform a solo set then bring in a third musician to play the Blues Maxwell Street, Chicago style.
DELPHINE CORTEZ AND JAZZ ALIVE | JAZZ
Delphine Cortez performs with uniquely captivating style, grace and creativity. Cortez is joined by a talented jazz ensemble including keyboards by Joel Robin, executive director of Jazz in AZ and the Phoenix venue The Nash.
RUN BOY RUN | BLUEGRASS & FOLK
Enjoy an evening of dynamic and beautiful americana and bluegrass music with Arizona's own Run Boy Run. A Telluride Bluegrass Festival Band Contest winner and twice featured on A Prairie Home Companion, Run Boy Run includes siblings Matt Rolland (fiddle) and Grace Rolland (cello, vocals) and sisters Jen Sandoval (mandolin, vocals) and Bekah Sandoval Rolland (guitar, vocals). A must listen for fans of great harmonies and nods to traditional American music.
A TOUCH OF CLASS | JAZZ, FUNK AND R&B
A Touch of Class plays throughout the Valley and is pleased to make their Garden debut this spring. Formed in 2012, their extensive repertoire includes jazz, funk, smooth jazz, dance music and R&B.
TURNING POINT | JAZZ
The renowned jazz group Turning Point brings a their own style to contemporary jazz. Internationally recognized for their talent, Turning Point has opened for many jazz greats, including Earth Wind and Fire, The Commodores, James Brown, and Brian Bromberg.
SISTAHS TOO | BLUES
Sistahs Too band members Lila Sherman, Rochelle Raya (Arizona Blues Hall of Famer), Guitarist James “Sweetfinger” Robertson and a tight rhythm section deliver a show full of energy.