Top 3 Arts Events September 2018

Mike MeyerSeptember 1, 2018
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1. Leon Bridges
September 4
The Texas singer-guitarist shares his nostalgic soul music as his Good Thing Tour makes a stop in Phoenix.
7:30 p.m.
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Comerica Theatre
400 W. Washington St., Phoenix

2. Game of Thrones
September 12
Using state-of-the-art technology, composer Ramin Djawadi takes fans of the HBO fantasy hit show on a musical journey through the Seven Kingdoms. The immersive music and visual experience features a full orchestra, choir and video from the TV series.
8 p.m.
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Gila River Arena
9400 W. Maryland Ave., Glendale

3. Smithsonian Day Live!
September 22
Hundreds of museums nationwide open their doors to the public for free as Smithsonian magazine hosts this annual event. Visit the website to download the required ticket and for a list of participants, including Pueblo Grande Museum, Heard Museum, Rosson House Museum, Cave Creek Museum and Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum.  

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