4 Concerts to Check Out This Week (August 15-21)

Jason KeilAugust 16, 2022
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Every week, we present a curated list of live music in a wide range of genres all around the Valley. This week, some of our artists are trying to make a comeback, but most of them truly never went anywhere.

August 17
The EDM duo has titled this tour “The Last Goodbye.” But don’t worry! They aren’t hanging up their turntables just yet. 7 p.m., $29-$179, Ak-Chin Pavillon, 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix, 602-254-7200, livenation.com

August 17
Corey Feldman
It’s time for Valley “Feld-fans” to unite. The outspoken child actor and reality show star turned musician is kicking off his latest tour to promote the sequel to his debut album: Love Left 2: Arm Me With Love. The album’s first single, the aptly titled “Comeback King,” features Curtis Young, the son of the hip-hop star and producer Dr. Dre. 8 p.m., $15, Marquee Theatre, 730 N. Mill Ave., Tempe, 480-829-0707, luckymanonline.com

August 17
Progressive rock is coming back in a big way thanks to this Massachusetts-based quartet and their nearly 11-minute opus “Embers.” The metal band was on the cusp of a major breakthrough, but unfortunately, their album Omens came out in the spring of 2020 when the world was starting to shut down. Now’s your chance to catch them in action. 7 p.m., $16-18, The Rebel Lounge, 2303 E Indian School Rd., Phoenix, therebellounge.com

August 20
Banana Gun, decker., and Chrome Rhino
Banana Gun has been making Phoenix dance to its raucous funk rock stylings for over a decade. And with Sedona’s psychedelic folk band decker. on this already stellar local lineup guarantees this show will be an unforgettable experience. 8 p.m., $10, Crescent Ballroom, 308 N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix, 602-716-2222, crescentphx.com


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