Scottsdale Quarter Announces Lineup of Free Fall Concert Series

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Cool weather is just around the corner, Phoenix, and with it, the opportunity to actually walk outside. 

Scottsdale Quarter, the fancy mall up north on Scottsdale Road and Butherus Road, is preparing for the cool temps by throwing together a weekly concert series starting September 10 and featuring bands that will play the Quad, the central area in the mall. 

The music will start at 5 p.m. and go until 7 p.m. 

Here's the lineup so far:

Saturday, September 10: Rock Lobster
Saturday, September 17: Elvis Before Noon
Saturday, September 24: Ryan Simms
Saturday, October 1: Crown Kings
Saturday, October 8: Vinyl Station
Saturday, October 15: Elvis Before Noon
Saturday, October 22: The Rave – British Invasion

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