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  • Toby Keith

    Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill

    9824 W. Northern Ave. Peoria, AZ 85345

  • The Tribe House

    The Tribe House

    2238 N. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006

    Few things have been as quintessentially punk rock in the Valley as The Tribe House. Over the decade the rooms inside this red brick residence located near the intersection of 24th and Oak streets in East Phoenix has been a meeting ground for anarchist collective, housed a zine library, functioned as a recording studio, and a temporary crash pad for many a street kid. Then there’s its infamous cellar, which has hosted many a basement concert by a feral pack of pawn shop-guitar maestros in the utter dankness. It's as much a hallmark of the punk world as Mohawks and Bad Religion pins, and one of the rare places in the Valley to feature such a subterranean showcase of three-chord thunder. Gigs have never been limited to only punk, however, as musicians from a variety of local and touring indie, weirdo, and rock, rap acts have lugged their gear down a flight of stairs into the cozy cellar. And while shows here have been few and far between in recent years, when gigs do once again take place its guaranteed to be memorable. More >>

  • The Tribe!

    2238 N. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85008

  • Trunk Space

    Trunk Space

    1506 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-256-6006 Populated by a kooky coterie of performers and artists, the Trunk Space has become a haven for nationally touring indie outfits like Quintron and Miss Pussycat, as well as a number of burgeoning local bands. Creating a hipster block on Grand along with the always-popular Bikini Lounge and candy shop/record store Sweets & Beats, this quaint performance space/boutique/espresso bar is a stomping ground for a variety of musicians, artists, and other creative Phoenicians. Since its opening in 2005, a quirky cross-section of comedians, theater troupes, fringe acts, poets, and freakazoids have also graced the venue's tiny stage. More >>

  • Underground


    105 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-559-5859 Punk and hardcore shows have returned to downtown Mesa, as local indie concert promoter Mantooth Group has resurrected the old Nile Basement and transformed it into The Underground. There's an old school spirit to the place, as dozens of posters and fliers from Phoenix shows from the last two decades have been pasted up around the subterranean venue. Huge graf art-style murals painted by Valley tattoo artists also adorn the walls and behind the stage. Just like it did back during its glory days -- when bands such as Rise Against, AFI, and Tsunami Bomb performed here -- the spot hosts a killer mix of both nationally known and locally grown bands. More >>

  • The Unitarian Universalist Church of Phoenix

    The Unitarian Universalist Church of Phoenix

    4027 E. Lincoln Drive Paradise Valley, AZ 85253

  • US Airways Center

    US Airways Center

    201 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-379-2000 Valley can-do man Jerry Colangelo built it in 1992, and they've come in droves to watch pro sports (including the NBA's Suns, the WNBA's Mercury, the NHL's Coyotes and the Arena Football League's Rattlers), concerts, monster truck rallies, religious revivals and other touring events at the 18,422-capacity facility. More >>

  • Vee Quiva Event Center

    6443 N. Komatke Lane Laveen, AZ 85339

  • Venue Scottsdale

    Venue Scottsdale

    7117 E. 3rd Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-5150 Since the Venue hosts a torrent of local and national music acts, the vibe at this Old Town concert hall changes with whoever's taking to its ample stage, adapting its ambiance to fit a variety of styles. One night, a local rock band like Digital Summer might blow out the joint with its melodic sound, and the next, hip-hop legends like Chamillionaire or Rakim might smoke the mic with their furious styles. The billiards area houses three championship-size pool tables, and the balcony overlooking the courtyard functions as a VIP area, complete with a private big-screen TV and fireplace. More >>

  • The Vertical Venue

    7300 N. Via Paseo Del Sur Scottsdale, AZ 85258

  • Virginia G. Piper Theater at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

    Virginia G. Piper Theater at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

    7380 E. 2nd St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Viva PHX Alley Stage

    130 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Viva PHX Monroe Stage

    Monroe Street & 1st Street Phoenix, AZ 85003

  • VQ Live Lounge at Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino

    6443 N. Komatke Lane Laveen, AZ 85339

  • WaterDance Plaza at Westgate City Center

    WaterDance Plaza at Westgate City Center

    6770 N. Sunrise Blvd. Glendale, AZ 85305

  • Wendy Jack's Hideaway

    1235 N. Dysart Road Goodyear, AZ 85338

  • West Valley Art Museum

    West Valley Art Museum

    17420 N. Ave. of the Arts Surprise, AZ 85374
    623-972-0635 ***LOCATIONS HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY CLOSED AS OF AUG. 19*** More >>

  • The Western

    The Western

    6830 E. 5th Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-947-3585 Located on a stretch of Fifth Avenue near Indian School Road, the sleek little country music joint perched at the edge of Old Town comes courtesy of Tucker Woodbury (The Vig bars and The Little Woody tavern in East Phoenix) and Stateside Presents promoter Charlie Levy. A kind of honky-tonk version of the Crescent Ballroom, the downtown music venue opened by the duo in 2011, The Western features local and national acts as well as booze and grub in a rustic yet refined setting that keeps its cool without ever going the way of flashier joints in the Valley. Saddle up for boot-scootin’ music and good booze, but steer clear of the cowboy-style chow — you’ve had better elsewhere. More >>

  • The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

    The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

    6902 E. Greenway Parkway Scottsdale, AZ 85254
    480-624-1000 There are resorts, and then there are resorts like this magnificent Scottsdale destination. Ten—count them!—restaurants, a luxurious spa, upscale accommodations, and a water park featuring a 110-foot water slide to keep the kids busy while you lounge by the pool or head over to the Kierland Flowrider to (no kidding!) grab a surfboard and ride the waves. If you want to join your kids, there’s the Family FUN Program, offering age-appropriate activities for kids of all ages; if you want them gone for the day, Westin Kierland Resort and Spa offers kid-themed day camps, as well. This pet-friendly resort also features a championship golf course and an award-winning spa called Agave, where traditional Native American treatments handed down from Arizona’s many cultures of healing can be had. Chill. More >>

  • Westside Les

    Westside Les's Too

    6618 W. Olive Ave. Glendale, AZ 85302

  • WestWorld of Scottsdale

    WestWorld of Scottsdale

    16601 N. Pima Road Scottsdale, AZ 85260

  • Whiskey River Saloon

    Whiskey River Saloon

    3202 E. Greenway Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-867-2802 It's all about the Wild West here, only much more civilized. The walls are painted in colorful desert landscape and sunset murals, and the hardwood dance floor leaves plenty of room for two-steppin'. Weekends are the busiest, as hordes of good ol' boys in cowboy hats and plaid shirts gather around the bar to talk over drinks. More >>

  • The Wigwam Resort & Golf Club

    The Wigwam Resort & Golf Club

    300 Wigwam Blvd. Litchfield Park, AZ 85340

  • Women

    Women's Club of Mesa

    200 N. McDonald Mesa, AZ 85201

  • The Woodshed

    The Woodshed

    19 W. Baseline Tempe, AZ 85283

    After 30 years in the bar business, the proprietors of the Woodshed in Tempe are experts on running a cozy neighborhood joint. This comfortable little dive with tons of personality offers a daily happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m. with a slew of specials on beer and well drinks. The wood-paneled walls are covered in sports memorabilia and TVs that are tuned to movies and sports. Belly up to the bar and grab a 32-ounce beer or scoot up to one of the large tables, where you'll find room to share a basket of fried bar snacks with friends. From there, it's easy enough to find an opponent for a game of pool or chat up one of the friendly regulars. After three decades behind the bar, the owners have a few interesting stories to tell, too. More >>

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