Free First Saturday Concert Series at PVCC

This fall, the First Saturday Concert Series returns to PVCC with free outdoor concerts every First Saturday of the month in August, September, October and November of 2015.

These free performances are presented on the CPA’s outdoor amphitheater stage from 6-8 p.m., and audience members are invited to bring a folding chair or blanket as the space is lawn seating only. Several of Phoenix's most popular food trucks will be on site to serve concessions.

August 8th, 2015: An Evening in Brazil with Grupo Liberdade| 6pm | Free Admission

Featuring exciting music and dance performances by GRUPO LIBERDADE and the SAMBAZ DANCERS. Grupo Liberdade is a performance group dedicated to freedom of expression through Culture, Movement & Sound. They promote COMMUNITY, DIVERSITY & EMPOWERMENT drawing upon the traditional & contemporary rhythms of Brazil and beyond while bringing an original sound & energy to our desert metropolis.

September 5th, 2015: The Cal Tjader Tribute Band| 6pm | Free Admission

With exciting performances of Mambo, Cha cha cha, and other grooves, The Tjader Tribute Band pays homage to one of the most important Latin-jazz artists of the last century.

October 3rd, 2015: Rebel Heart: Country Rock| 6pm | Free Admission

Rebel Heart is a 5 piece band from Arizona consisting of seasoned stage veterans covering percussion, lead guitar, bass, and lead vocals. The dual vocalists carry a powerful and soulful sound and presence. They offer a variety of country, rock, and blues ranging from old to new.

November 7th, 2015: A Night on Broadway| 6pm | Free Admission

Featuring vocalists Kristen Drathman and Tommy Strawser, enjoy a night on broadway with your favorite show tunes. 

For more information about events at the Center for the Performing Arts, view our Fall 2015 Events Calendar or call 602-787-7738. Box Office hours are noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday thru Friday and one hour prior to show.

The Center for the Performing Arts is conveniently located at 34th Street and Union Hills at the east end of the campus of Paradise Valley Community College in North Phoenix. Parking is free.