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Incoming: Devendra Banhart, High on Fire, Past Lives










There have been big days for live music in Phoenix, and then there have been BIG days for live music in Phoenix. Today has been absolutely bonkers for Valley music fans as a plethora of artists have all announced upcoming shows for March, April and even May. Freak folker Devendra Banhart leads the pack with a March show at The Clubhouse. Following right behind him are experimental indie rockers Past Lives with a March date at Trunk Space. The Big Pink, High on Fire and The Tallest Man On Earth round out this fantastic day of show announcements. Find out ticket info and dates after the jump.  


Tickets for the first three shows go on sale this Friday at 10 AM and can be purchased at Hoodlums, Zia Records and Stinkweeds. They can also be found online at MyEasyTix.com:
Devendra Banhart: Saturday, March 27 @ The Clubhouse.
High on Fire, Black Cobra: Thursday, April 22 @ The Clubhouse.
The Tallest Man on Earth: Tuesday, May 4 @ The Rhythm Room.
The Big Pink, A Place To Bury Strangers, io echo: Wednesday, April 14 @ The Rhythm Room. Tickets can be found here.
Past Lives w/ Extra Life, Dead Times, Russian Arms, Optics: Wednesday, March 17 @ Trunk Space. Tickets are $5 (!).

Tomorrow night's St. Vincent show at The Rhythm Room has sold out. You've earned this smattering of bands willing to come and play here, Phoenix. Keep selling out shows and giving bands your time and appreciation and they will be more willing to come and play Phoenix/Tempe. I have never been more proud for the Valley's live music scene as I am right now. 

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Michael Lopez