Scottsdale Quarter slates fifth annual fall concert series

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Cooler temperatures are around the corner and that’s just one more reason to enjoy evenings at Scottsdale Quarter with favorite Valley bands.

After shopping or dining, unwind and stick around for the Fall Concert Series sponsored by the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, a free concert series taking place in The Quad.

Live music kicks off 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, and will be re-occurring through Oct. 22, according to a press release.

For seven weeks, guests can relax and enjoy a mix of genres and live music. Sept. 10 and Oct. 15, the series will also feature an aerial show put on by Showstoppers.

The 2016 Fall Concert Series lineup includes:

Saturday, Sept. 10: Rock Lobster

An Arizona cover-band, this retro 80s group will have you singing and dancing along to the best 80s music and beyond.

Saturday, Sept. 17: Elvis Before Noon

It’s power pop meets indie rock. This local band modernizes the 90s Tempe music scene.

Saturday, Sept. 24: Ryan Simms

This nationally recognized artist and his own band of local talents will captivate audiences with their unique blend of rock-infused country sound.

Saturday, Oct. 1: Crown Kings

This band will entertain the audience with hits from the 70s through today.

Saturday, Oct. 8: Vinyl Station

This sultry cover band will illuminate the audience with a variety of renditions from popular artists such as U2.

Saturday, Oct. 15: Elvis Before Noon

It’s power pop meets indie rock. This local band modernizes the 90s Tempe music scene.

Saturday, Oct. 22: The Rave – British Invasion

This band of four international members bring their international experience together to recreate the music of the British Invasion from 1963 to 1968.

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