Phoenix is full of wonderful things to hear this month. Whether you enjoy immersing yourself in a classic orchestral piece, or prefer to relax outdoors at a casual music festival, there is something just for you.
Margaret T. Hance Park
1202 N 3rd Street
The McDowell Mountain Music Festival is Phoenix’s musical and cultural destination. Headline performances by David Crosby, Michael Franti, Ben Harper, and many more. McDowell Mountain Music Festival is designed to promote community involvement, corporate involvement, and charity – all while remaining 100% non-profit. Come enjoy the beautiful spring weather, and the spirit cultivated by great artists. General admission ticket packages available from $70-$170.
North Valley Chorale
Sunday, March 13 at 3:00 pm
Central United Methodist Church
1875 North Central Avenue
The North Valley Chorale is dedicated to the cultural, musical, and social enrichment of metropolitan Phoenix. Be delighted by a live classical performance featuring Mozart’s Requiem. Selections also include vibrant masterpieces of Vivaldi and Bach with live orchestra. Tickets available from $15.
Saturday, March 19 at 6pm and 8:30pm
Musical Instrument Museum – MIM Music Theatre
4725 E Mayo Boulevard
Critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter Madeleine Peyroux celebrates the release of Keep Me in Your Heart for a While: The Best of Madeleine Peyroux. Peyroux’s unique blend of jazz, folk, country, and blues will mesmerize audiences of all ages. Tickets available from $38.50-$58.50.
We hope you hear something wonderful in Phoenix this month!