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  • Nancy's Music Hall

    11001 N. 99th Ave. Peoria, AZ 85345
    623-583-6266

  • The Nash

    The Nash

    110 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-795-0464

    http://www.thenash.org The Nash has become to the jazz scene — a stylish epicenter with crisp acoustics and can't-miss performances. Purists and neophytes alike have flocked to the lounge-like venue (named for renowned Phoenix native and jazz drummer Lewis Nash) for intimate shows or rowdy jam sessions featuring many and varied flavors of jazz, from bop and swing to experimental and avant-garde. More >>

  • National Orange Show Events Center

    930 S. Arrowhead Ave. San Bernardino, CA 92408

  • New Hope Covenant Church

    8217 W. Country Gables Peoria, AZ 85380
    623-412-2234

    http://www.newhopecovenant.org

  • Nile Theater

    Nile Theater

    105 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-559-5859

    http://www.niletheater.com After spending several years as a fundamentalist church and bookstore, the historic Nile Theater has made a triumphant return as one of the Valley's premier concert halls. With both its rough-and-tumble (which contributed to the Nile's being shut down in 2002) and God-fearing days firmly in the past, this all-ages establishment in downtown Mesa has quickly re-established itself as a go-to spot to catch up-and-coming national acts and established local bands. Since reopening in 2010, the joint has already played host to such acts as BrokeNCYDE, Against Me! and The Aquabats, as well as local power pop favorites The Maine and The Summer Set. The interior of the Nile, which opened in 1924, is rustic without feeling antiquated, while the sound and acoustics are excellent, and the floor is even carpeted (which is an unusually classy touch for a concert venue). With its back-alley entrance, patrons may feel as if they're visiting a speakeasy, but, alas, once inside, the hardest drink available is a Mountain Dew. More >>

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