Category Archive: c o n c e r t s

Phoenix’s Inaugural Lost Lake Festival Lineup is a Must-See

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Phoenix’s Inaugural Lost Lake Festival Lineup is a Must-See by Taylor Gilliam Early Tuesday morning, promoters Superfly announced The Killers, Chance the Rapper, Major Lazer, and Odesza as the headliners of Phoenix’s inaugural… Continue reading

Your Guide to Viva PHX 2017

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Your Guide to Viva PHX 2017 by COTMA Staff Viva PHX is often considered Arizona’s own little South by Southwest, and with dozens of bands spread out over 20 venues, it’s easy to… Continue reading

The Griswolds Threw Arizona a Birthday Party

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The Griswolds Threw Arizona a Birthday Party by Vanessa Herb   The Griswolds came back to Arizona and were better than ever. They brought energy and fun to Arizona on its birthday, and… Continue reading

Waterparks Are Making a Splash

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Waterparks Are Making a Splash by Deanna Romani photos by Deanna Romani We all remember being teenagers going to some of our first concerts, right? Being dropped off by your parents, meeting up… Continue reading

Run the Jewels Brings Frustrated Community Unity

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By Kelsey Hess I watched two strangers hug at the Marquee Theater last Sunday. It’s not odd to see camaraderie at concerts, but it is surprising to see strangers hugging at a Run the… Continue reading

Interview: Talib Kweli and K’Valentine

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By Giancarlo Spero Talib Kweli started his “Seven Tour” last Wednesday at Club Red – East Theatre in Mesa. COTMA reporter Giancarlo Spero caught up with Kweli and his fellow Javottie Media artist,… Continue reading

Real Friends at The Marquee Theatre

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Real Friends at The Marquee Theatre by Alaina Nevarez photos by Alaina Nevarez A combination of young and older fans joined together for The Wonder Years fall tour last Wednesday. The show featured… Continue reading

As It Is Are More Than Just “Okay”

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  As It Is Are More Than Just “Okay” by Deanna Romani photos by Deanna Romani It isn’t too often where I’m completely captivated by a pop punk band. Over the past year and… Continue reading

Phoenix Could Not Get Enough of the Too Much Tour

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Phoenix Could Not Get Enough of the Too Much Tour by Nikole Tower   A line of people stretch out in front of Crescent Ballroom on Sunday night. A chalkboard near the entrance… Continue reading

Night Riots and Bleeker at Pub Rock

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Night Riots and Bleeker at Pub Rock by Kelly Fox   Bar shows always have an interesting dynamic. A smaller stage means the members are up-close-and-personal, and the lack of a barricade means… Continue reading