Friday, August 26
Sign will bring his indie hip-hop to Chasers in Scottsdale.
DNTEL (featuring 1/2 of The Postal Service) is scheduled to do the indietronica thing at Bar Smith.
The Smith Family Band are set to echo The Band and Van Morrison at The Yucca Tap Room.
Saturday, August 27
Pat Roberts and the Heymakers are scheduled to bring rockabilly sounds to the Maverick Saloon.
Sunday, August 28
The Ultramatics, Said Gun, and That's Life are scheduled to play a matinee show at The Yucca Tap Room, followed by Valley Fever with Al Foul and more.
A Meaning to Memorize is scheduled to bring pop-punk bliss to Lo-Fi Coffee in Mesa.
Be safe out there, kiddos.
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