5 Concerts to Check Out This Week (October 31-November 6)

Jason KeilOctober 31, 2022
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The Rose 

Every week, we present a curated list of live music in a wide range of genres all around the Valley, and this week, we feature acts a little off the beaten path.

November 1
Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp
Beck and Depp have been friends and collaborators for years. And after, you know, the thing that Depp went through over the summer, the duo released a full-length album titled 18 that’s full of cool covers and two originals written by Depp. Now they’re taking the show on the road, which gives Valley audiences the chance to see a true guitar legend and Captain Jack Sparrow in the round and up close and personal. 7:30 p.m., $45-$195, Celebrity Theatre, 440 N. 32nd St., Phoenix, 602-267-1600, celebritytheatre.com

November 3
Christian Nodal
Four albums and numerous awards into his short career, the Mariachi singer-songwriter has been named the most successful Regional Mexican artist of all time by Apple Music. Fans must be wondering what the man can do in an arena setting. 8 p.m., $61-$191, Footprint Center, 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix, 602-379-7800, footprintcenter.com

November 5
Stevie Nicks
Rescheduled from October 6. The influential singer is finally coming home to the Valley to perform. And if being the only woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice wasn’t enough to rest her laurels on, her story has now become a comic book that was released this year. 8 p.m., $49.50-$660, Ak-Chin Pavillon, 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix, 602-254-7200, livenation.com

November 5
Dropkick Murphys
The anthemic Irish punk group, whose songs are often blared in your favorite movie or during sporting events, is coming to Phoenix to take it down a notch. The Massachusetts-based band is putting on an acoustic show to promote their latest album composed of unused Woody Guthrie lyrics. 8 p.m., $37.50-$177, Orpheum Theatre, 203 W. Adams St., Phoenix, 602-381-0184, phoenixconventioncenter.com

November 6
The Rose
If you follow K-pop, then you’re likely well aware that BTS is taking a break so they can pursue solo projects. If you’re looking for a new boy band to fill the void, let us recommend The Rose, a quartet whose hit “Sorry” made some waves a few years ago. Now, after returning from their mandatory Korean military service, the group is ready to make a comeback. 7:30 p.m., $37, Orpheum Theatre, 203 W. Adams St., Phoenix, 602-381-0184, phoenixconventioncenter.com