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A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS SHOW AT ARIZONA BROADWAY THEATER

30 / 11 / 2016   No Comments

A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS SHOW AT ARIZONA BROADWAY THEATER

Do you or your kid love theater? If yes, then there is good news for you, enjoy your holiday with your kids  while watching a great and a wonderful theater stage show – A Charlie Brown Christmas Show.

Charlie Brown Christmas Show

The 1965’s Old and Classic animated television show A Charlie Brown Christmas come to life on the stage. It’s the family friendly favorite which gives amazing holiday cheers. Charlie Brown is depressed by the never-ending commercialism surrounding the holidays and the linus helps him to find out the true meaning of Christmas in this musical animated classic show.

Join Charlie, Linus and other characters of the show to find the meaning of the Christmas and enjoy the show on 10, 17 and 24th December

Address: Arizona Broadway Theater, 7701 West Paradise Lane, Peoria, AZ 85382

Phone number: 623.776.8400

Website: http://azbroadway.org/event/a-charlie-brown-christmas/

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AN ACOUSTIC CHRISTMAS WITH OVER THE RHINE

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AN ACOUSTIC CHRISTMAS WITH OVER THE RHINE

Over the Rhine is an Ohio based folk music band… The heart of this band is a musical partnership between husband and wife.  They had already developed a huge and loyal following in their native Cincinnati, Ohio before releasing their first two albums.

Over the Rhine

Anyone who hears them quickly falls in love with Karin’s compelling voice.  In January 2008 Paste Magazine’s video podcast interviewed them and featured their live performance. Paste magazine also named their The Long Surrender one of the Top 50 Records of the year.

They have shared the stage with many great, talented and notable musicians including: Bob Dylan, John Prine, Ani DiFranco, and My Morning Jacket.

Newsday described their music as “aggressively beautiful, like those ’60s protesters who confronted soldiers with flowers,” while USA Today made note of the group’s “mature, graceful and sad songs (and) intimate, soulful arrangements,” which “showcase Bergquist’s achingly beautiful voice.”

Performance Details

Date: 10th December 2016

Tickets: $43.50–$48.50

Address: Musical Instrument Museum, 4725 E. Mayo Boulevard | Phoenix, AZ 85050 |

Phone number: 480.478.6000

Website: http://mimmusictheater.themim.org

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WINE DOWN WEDNESDAYS AT KONA GRILL

30 / 11 / 2016   No Comments

BEST PLACE FOR WINE DOWN WEDNESDAY – KONA GRILL

Wine Down Wednesday at kona grill is the combination of tasting new wines, great speakers and meeting new people. If you like all of these then surely wine down Wednesday are for you and you should enjoy it at least one time. Kona Grill is the best place for wine down Wednesday.

best place for wine down Wednesday

Come out and enjoys half price wine bottles at Kona grill in Fashion Square. You can enjoy it every Wednesday (11:00 am through 11:00 pm). There are 59 different types of wine selections (27 white wine choices and 32 red wine choices) Guests also enjoy Kona grill’s happy hour specials and live music.

More Details:

Address: 7014 E. Camelback Rd.Scottsdale, AZ, 85251

Phone number: 480-429-1100

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DESERT RIDGE LIVE MUSIC

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THE LOS GUYS BAND – WELL KNOWN ROCK AND ROLL BAND

Hello Music Lovers, specially Rock n Roll fans. There is good news for you…

the Los Guys band will perform on 16th December 2016 at the District Stage from 7:00pm through 10:00pm.

the los guys band

The Los Guys are the well known rock and roll band, which continually wowing their audience with their awesome live shows and give the audience a memorable night for life.

This band is led by singer and guitarist Mark Zubia and also has released live concert collections and two albums in which their unique music, lovely melody and amazing charm captured. Whatever the event, occasion or audience, be ready to dance all night with their rocking and smashing music.

There are five members of this band Mark Zubia (Singer and guitarist), Gary Smith (drummer), Paul Cordone (bassist) and Tim Rovnak (pianist/organist).

Address: 21001 N. Tatum Blvd.Phoenix, AZ 85050

Phone number: (480) 513-7586

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AN ACOUSTIC CHRISTMAS WITH OVER THE RHINE

30 / 11 / 2016   No Comments

AN ACOUSTIC CHRISTMAS WITH OVER THE RHINE

Over the Rhine is an Ohio based folk music band… The heart of this band is a musical partnership between husband and wife.  They had already developed a huge and loyal following in their native Cincinnati, Ohio before releasing their first two albums.

Over the Rhine

Anyone who hears them quickly falls in love with Karin’s compelling voice.  In January 2008 Paste Magazine’s video podcast interviewed them and featured their live performance. Paste magazine also named their The Long Surrender one of the Top 50 Records of the year.

They have shared the stage with many great, talented and notable musicians including: Bob Dylan, John Prine, Ani DiFranco, and My Morning Jacket.

Newsday described their music as “aggressively beautiful, like those ’60s protesters who confronted soldiers with flowers,” while USA Today made note of the group’s “mature, graceful and sad songs (and) intimate, soulful arrangements,” which “showcase Bergquist’s achingly beautiful voice.”

Performance Details

Date: 10th December 2016

Tickets: $43.50–$48.50

Address: Musical Instrument Museum, 4725 E. Mayo Boulevard | Phoenix, AZ 85050 |

Phone number: 480.478.6000

Website: http://mimmusictheater.themim.org

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ARIZONA HUMMER TOURS. FOUR PEAKS TRAIL DAY ADVENTURE

26 / 11 / 2016   No Comments

EXPERIENCE THE ARIZONA WILDLIFE WITH THE ARIZONA HUMMER TOURS

Do you want something special and exciting for Christmas? Why not board on the Arizona Hummer Tours?

Tune into the adrenalin rush of an extreme adventure, which focuses on the unmatched capabilities of the Hummer. Imagine, you are climbing a 22” vertical way, you scale a 60-degree slope, and you traverse a 40-degree slope.

And you know what? As exciting as it sounds, it can become true, even during the Christmas season.

Hummer Tours

Once arriving at their collection point, you cannot help but see our their famous Hummers. Their tours have been featured on TV and are the number one tour of choice in Arizona.
An adventure with the Arizona Hummer Tours will let you experience breathtaking visits as you discover ghost towns and native American places. Their experienced guides will share their extensive knowledge of the desert wildlife and history with you.

When boarding on the Hummer Tours, you will drive on challenging terrains, explore mountains, canyons, and rivers.

Finally, you will have plenty of opportunities to make good photo shots. Bring your own camera or relax and while the staff gets the best picks on a digital photo cd.

Want something else than spending Christmas at home? Then book one an exciting Arizona Hummer Tours, and get the experience of a lifetime. The company offers tours many days throughout the year and during Christmas days.

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