Viva Phoenix: One-Day Music Festival in Downtown Phoenix
Unless you’ve been living in Colossal Cave or under a (red) rock, you’ve probably heard that Stateside Presents, in partnership with Downtown Phoenix and Phoenix New Times, is bringing a new event to the Valley.
Viva Phoenix will debut on Friday, March 7. The one-day music festival boasts a lineup of more than 50 bands (local and national) scheduled to perform at 13 venues in downtown Phoenix. The event schedule and map will be released Feb. 7, but advance tickets are currently available for $15 each at Crescent Ballroom, Stinkweeds and the official event website.
Below, listen to the headlining acts, and find out the participating artists and local businesses…
The venues: Cityscape, Crescent Ballroom, Crescent Alley, Coffee One, Barsmith, Hard Rock Cafe, Last Exit, Latino Heritage Cultural Center, FilmBar, San Carlos Hotel, Civic Space Park and Sun Devil Auto.
The entertainment (so far): The Neighbourhood, Pinback, Blackalicious, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Murs, Nite Jewel, Kitten, Papa, Chicano Batman, In the Valley Below, Adam Arcuragi, Pigpen Theatre Co, Kan Wakan, Painted Palms, Sidereal, Ava Luna, Grmln, The Wild Ones, David D’Alessio, Weyes Blood, Krill, Kings of Spade, Bogan Via, Salvador Duran, Vox Urbana, Tesoro, Brian Marquis, Avid Dancer, The Burning of Rome; LOCALS: Black Carl, Flamenco Por La Vida, Dry River Yacht Club, Wooden Indian, Zero Zero, Sara Robinson & the Midnight Special, The Holy Coast, Vial of Sound, Zubia Bros, The Prowling Kind, The Senators, Tobie Milford, Treasurefruit, Big Mona, and Something Went Awry.
For tickets or more information, visit the Viva Phoenix website.