1. Las Cafeteras

    “Uniquely Angeleno mishmash of punk, hip-hop, beat music, cumbia and rock … live, they’re magnetic”– LA Times Rediscover the dynamic world of Las Cafeteras, East LA’s musical visionaries on their return to the Old Pueblo. Mixing Afro-Mexican beats and Son Jarocho instruments, they are redefining traditional music with inspiring English, Spanish, and Spanglish lyrics. Don’t […]

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  2. The Black Violin Experience

    “Their music will keep classical music alive for the next generation”– NPR Two-time Grammy-nominated Black Violin Experience returns to Tucson in a musical fusion of classical sounds with exhilarating hip-hop beats. Join Arizona Arts Live and the Rialto Theatre for a performance that boldly merges centuries of music with a message of hope and possibility. The […]

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  3. Herbie Hancock

    Winner of 14 Grammy Awards, a Lifetime Achievement Award, and an Academy Award, Herbie Hancock stands as a cultural icon and luminary. Join us for a thrilling musical journey as we celebrate the multifaceted genius of Herbie Hancock, center stage in Centennial Hall! Now in the seventh decade of his professional life, Herbie Hancock remains […]

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  4. Noah Gundersen

    Grammy-nominated American singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen has experimented with indie folk and acoustic rock for nearly two decades. His distinctive bold, genre-busting music has been featured in widely recognized shows including Sons of Anarchy and The Vampire Diaries. Don’t miss an electric and intimate evening taking center stage at 191 Toole! Born to a devoutly religious […]

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  5. Jenny and the Mexicats

    Join Arizona Arts Live and TENWEST on a musical journey that shows that there are no borders when it comes to music. Don’t miss an evening of rockin’ folk, reggae, flamenco, and jazz fusion with Jenny and the Mexicats on the Hotel Congress stage. Jenny and the Mexicats, previously known as Pachucos y la Princesa, […]

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  6. Silvana Estrada

    Silvana Estrada sings from down deep, telling her soulful coming-of-age stories in a voice that embraces the legacy of Latin American song and carries it into the 21st Century. Don’t miss an evening with this Latin GRAMMY-winning artist presented by Arizona Arts Live and TENWEST Festival on the Hotel Congress stage. Called “one of Mexico’s […]

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