Sound Bites Grill an entertainment restaurant located in uptown Sedona at the Hyatt has an eclectic line up this week. The venue offers music most nights and this week has some great variety. The featured finale for the week is Sunday Night Jan. 15th with “The Classics” presenting an evening of romance.
Vino Di Sedona welcomes Winter back for a musical performance on Wednesday, Jan. 4, from 7-10 p.m.
Dress to impress for this extraordinary night in Sedona at Relics Restaurant and Roadhouse as the spotlight will shine on everyone who steps onto the finest dance floor in Northern Arizona. Come out and dance into the New Year with the Green Team and enjoy the best club scene Sedona has to offer.
The Big Lucky, a band out of Los Angeles who has been described as one ounce vintage swing, one ounce retro lounge cool, a splash of roaring ‘20s fun hipster chic, and a twist of sass, will be performing for the annual New Year’s Eve Party at Sound Bites Grill. This year the theme is the Great Gatsby. Doors open Saturday, Dec 31st at 7:30 p.m. Dress to the era for this party!
It’s an open invitation for those who love great music and love to dance to celebrate New Year’s Eve (Dec. 31) at the Redstone at Oak Creek Country Club in the Village of oak Creek with the ever-popular vocal dance group Green Light.
Although the Cottonwood music venue will be closed for Christmas day, the holiday spirit thrives at Main Stage this weekend.
Vino Di Sedona welcomes back power-folk duo Whitherward on Wednesday, December 21, 7-10 p.m.
This year’s Annual Old Town Center for the Arts ‘Winter Solstice Concert’ will feature some of the world’s favorite Christmas melodies, original songs and a special visual, musical tribute to honor our indigenous ancestors, in observation of the ancient winter solstice ritual.
It’s hump day Sedona, and you know what that means; music at Vino Di Sedona by local favorite Rick Busbea, December 14, 7-10 p.m. Rick puts on a high energy show playing a lot of familiar tunes by the likes of Kenny Chesney, Jimmy Buffett and Jim Croce. If you are not at Vino Di Sedona on Wednesday nights, you are missing out! Please bring a toy to donate to Toys for Tots!
Leaving behind one of the more popular bands in the inland Northwest, he never believed it would take long at all, much less decades to repeat.
August West plays favorite songs by The Beatles, The Stones, Van Morrison, America, Simon and Garfunkel, Tom Petty and many more at Vino Di Sedona on Wednesday December 7, 7-10 PM. August is best known for performing with his Grateful Dead Cover Band.
Sound Bites Grill located in uptown Sedona at the Hyatt shops provides live entertainment seven nights a week. Whether the entertainment is in the show room on their stage or someone is playing their new Baby Grand piano in the main dining room, you will enjoy some form of live entertainment.
Music in The House presents Gary Simpkins and Loose Change, a four-piece folk/rock ensemble focused on the eclectic and nuanced songs of Gary Simpkins, a performer/singer/songwriter with plenty to say and plenty to sing about.
Enjoy the unique solo “Guitar Artistry” of Rick Cyge in Sedona this week! On Sunday, December 4 and Tuesday December 6, 2016, Cyge returns to The Golden Goose American Grill in west Sedona for his ongoing weekly dinner performances from 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.
First Fridays have been a standing tradition at Main Stage since the venue’s inception. They are now offering a new reason to dance with Funk and Soul First Fridays. Friday, Dec. 2 join Main Stage and local favorite DJ ill.Ego for another installment of Funk and Soul First Fridays.
The Green Light band returns to Bootlegger’s Saloon in Old Town Cottonwood Friday, Dec. 2, 7-11 p.m.
What day is it? It’s hump day… and there’s no better place to be on a Wednesday than Vino Di Sedona listening to music by Rick Busbea.
Wednesday, Nov. 30, the Living Room music series welcomes fabulous entertainer Al Raitano with pianist Bob Grogan. This is their first time in this music series.
COTTONWOOD – As the autumn chill moves in and those warm summer nights turn into chilly affairs, we of Northern Arizona pull the pajamas out of dusty boxes to get warm nights of sleep.
Cattywampus is the innovative musical collaboration consisting of Christy Fisher (keyboard/ukulele/vocals), Tina Reichow (percussion/melodica/vocals), Tanya Sulatyski (sound effects/guitar/vocals), and Keith Smith (lead ukulele).
Ring in the season early this year when the bling of the holidays meets Hollywood and Las Vegas in a special evening celebrating the legendary Cher. The occasion is “Diamonds and Divas” on Sunday, Nov. 20 at the Enchantment Resort, presented by the Sedona International Film Festival.
See “Growing Up Larry – My Liberation from The Lies,” a one-man musical show of Rosenberg’s wild life; Friday, Nov. 18, 7 p.m., Ticket, $20; reserve online or at door.
Zenprov Comedy performs their final show of 2016 “Thanksgiving Laughtovers” Enjoy a warm feast of funny starting at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Mary D Fisher Theater.
Tyler Barrett will perform a solo concert in the Living Room concert series in the Village of Oak Creek at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Red Earth Theatre is co-creating this unique 3x3x3+ production, bringing together 3 theatre groups, 3 plays, 3 directors with 8 actors playing at the Sedona Hub opening Nov. 11 and playing through Nov. 20.