Concerts in Surprise

KMLE’s “No So Silent Night” feat. Big & Rich, Jake Owen & More at Comerica Theatre on December 4 (Up to 30% Off)

KMLE's "Not So Silent Night"

Comerica Theatre

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Country powerhouses including Big & Rich, Darius Rucker, Jake Owen, and Gloriana join forces for a festive concert

$51.50 $36.05

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Alexander O'Neal with Cherrelle at Celebrity Theatre on Friday, November 28, at 8:30 p.m. (Up to 48% Off)

Alexander O'Neal with Cherrelle

Celebrity Theatre

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Two R&B powerhouses perform their hits, as well as romantic collaborations such as “Saturday Love” and “Never Knew Love Like This”

$34.75 $18

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Nickelback at Ak-Chin Pavilion on July 1 at 7:30 p.m (Up to 38% Off)

Nickelback

Ak-Chin Pavilion

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Chart-topping rockers behind “How You Remind Me” deliver slick yet heavy hits in support of their latest album, No Fixed Address

$32 $20

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Danksgiving for Two or Four at The Arizona Event Center on Friday, November 28, at 7 p.m. (Up to 62% Off)

Danksgiving

The Arizona Event Center

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Sway and bop along to the sweet sounds of R & B and incomparable rap beats

$38.42 $15

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"50 Shades of Men" Male Revue at Arizona Event Center on Friday, December 5, at 7 or 9:30 p.m. (Up to 59% Off)

"Fifty Shades of Men"

Arizona Event Center

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A male dance revue comprised of musclebound Chippendales hunks excites crowds with their sensual moves and Vegas showmanship

$36.42 $15

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Decadence NYE Arizona with Kaskade, Flosstradamus, and Seven Lions at Frontier Hall at Rawhide (Up to 29% Off)

Decadence NYE Arizona

Frontier Hall at Rawhide

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Kaskade, Flosstradamus, and Seven Lions lead a New Year’s celebration, complete with lights, bass, and dancing

$82.75 $59

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Since its founding in 1934 by archetypal cowboy Roy Rogers and a group of like-minded cowpeople, the Sons of the Pioneers have sung classic compositions chronicling life in the Old West to audiences worldwide—earning them entry into the Country Music Hall of Fame and National Cowboy Hall of Fame. A veritable Supreme Court of country music, the sextet's rotating lineup of members perform for several decades before retiring, and a mandatory majority vote from the Senate is required for new cowboy singers. The venerable current roster still burns through fiddle and guitar strings like undomesticated flames fanned by the mellifluous breeze of six-part harmonies. In keeping with the authentic music and Western themes, the Sons of the Pioneers encourages audiences to applaud the performance with hearty "yee-haws," but asks them to refrain from firing six-shooters wildly into the air.

1090 S Vulture Mine Rd
Wickenburg,
AZ
US

A Peoria fixture since 2004, Arizona Broadway Theatre combines performances with fine dining, a marriage that helped garner the title of Best Playhouse from PHOENIX magazine in 2010. Curtains open to a cast of talented performers, who were culled from auditions in New York and the Valley of the Sun, and have belted out Broadway staples such as Grease, Fiddler on the Roof, and Singin' in the Rain. Servers glide through the tiered theater hall prior to performances, peppering white tablecloths with platefuls of American fare. Previous show's menus have included such dishes as steak diane's sliced tenderloin paired with saut?ed shallots and lyonnaise potatoes, which entertain patrons' stomachs without forcing them to eat the show's program.

7701 W Paradise Ln
Peoria,
AZ
US

A kaleidoscope of multichromatic blossoms and emerald leaves bursts from the soil, blanketing 65 acres of desert landscape at Desert Botanical Garden. Diverse walkways flanked by more than 1,200 types of cacti, succulents, and wildflowers educate visitors on the importance of protecting the environment and not hugging every plant they see. In addition to the garden's more stationary organisms, some of which go home with local green thumbs during biannual plant sales, numerous avian and insect species make their homes amid the thriving greenery.

1201 North Galvin Parkway
Phoenix,
AZ
US

Celebrity Theatre's distinctive in-the-round construction keeps show-goers close to the action, with no seat more than 70 feet from the performers. The slowly rotating stage ensures each audience member can bask in singers' flashing smiles and search the backs of their heads for bonus flashing smiles.

440 N 32nd St.
Phoenix,
AZ
US

Mötley Crüe has rocked stages for three decades with its signature mélange of intense guitar, heavy sound, and over-the-top stage outfits. Singer Vince Neil roars out lyrics over the shred-filled soundscape created by guitarist Mick Mars, bassist Nikki Sixx, and drummer Tommy Lee, creating memorable tunes that resound in the minds of listeners like the ringing of heavily tattooed bells.

2121 North 83rd Avenue
Phoenix,
AZ
US

Playwright, director, and former writer for The Wallace & Ladmo Show, Ben Tyler revives the iconic children's show in a Desert Foothills play centered around the program's rise to popularity in the '60s. In 1964, the show created Hub Kapp and the Wheels, a mock rock band intended to be nothing more than a comedy sketch. However, when the make-believe musical troupe landed the top spot on the Phoenix record charts, an appearance on The Steve Allen Show, and a gig opening for Metallica, it found itself the target of Hollywood music producers promising fame and fortune. Tyler's nostalgic play abounds with comedy and music that's instantly familiar to the show's diehard fans while giving a unique perspective into its behind-the-scenes happenings. For 37 years, the Desert Foothills Theater has cast adult and youth actors in beloved classic plays and musicals, obtaining 32 ariZoni Theatre Awards of Excellence nominations and winning five awards in the 2010–11 season.

222 East Monroe Street
Phoenix,
AZ
US