Feb 26, 2021
May 18 - 19, 2021
Oct 17, 2021
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February 26, 2021
The digital realm has often collided with the natural world in surprising ways, none more so than outdoor/adventure podcasts that spin great outdoors yarns and impart sage advice about hunting techniques. At the top of this food chain proudly stands The MeatEater Podcast, a weekly audio show by celebrated outdoorsman, conservationist and writer Steven Rinella, who has cultivated a dedicated following thanks to his humour, surprising insights and fascinating stories about hunting, fishing and communing with wild life.
May 18 - 19, 2021
Award-winning, multi-instrumentalist, Brian Culbertson is heading out on tour as he presents his twentieth studio album "The XX"! In celebration of this magnificent feat Culbertson promises an extravagant production to go alongside his brand new music. Set to be released in April, "The XX" demonstrates Culbertson's talent in bending genres, with this monumental album featuring a wide mix of Culbertson's musical styles.
October 17, 2021
Norweigan Nordic-Folk group Wardruna are returning to North America this year for a brand new jaunt in support of forthcoming record Kvitravn! Priding themselves on being a traditional folk group, Wardruna uses the oldest Nordic instruments along with traditional poetry rhythms, Nordic language, and ancient Norweigan tongues to create entrancing and atmospheric music.
October 24, 2021
The Irish all-male wonder from producer Sharon Browne, and legendary songwriter/composer Phil Coulter, performs an eclectic mix of songs ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, with some international hits and original material in between. Boasting boy-band good looks and impeccable harmonies, the group delivers traditional Celtic songs and contemporary pop classics as only they know how.
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Located in downtown Mesa, Arizona, the Mesa Arts Center is the city's performing arts hub - a sprawling and modern complex made up of four performance venues as well as the galleries of Mesa Contemporary Arts. The Center's smallest theater venue seats just 99 people while its largest, the Ikeda Theater, seats over 1500 for local theater, touring Broadway shows, dance and other productions.
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