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Underground Arts:

Nov. 20 To Dec 4

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Phoenix Metro Venues

Ak Chin Pavilion
2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix
Nothing at this time
Celebrity Theater
440 N. 32nd St., Phoenix
Morris Day and The Time, Nov. 22

Crescent Ballroom
308 N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix
The Technicolors, Nov. 22
Firehouse Gallery
1015 N. 1st St., Phoenix
Sex Positive Dance Party, Nov. 22
Grady Gammage Auditorium
1200 S. Forest Ave., Tempe
Evita, Dec. 3 to 8
Herberger Theater
222 E. Monroe, Phoenix
The Mountain Top, Nov. 14 to Dec. 4
Joe’s Grotto
13825 N. 32nd St., Phoenix
Band of Orcs, Nov. 27
Last Exit Live
717 S. Central Ave., Phoenix
Small Leaks Sink Ships, Nov. 21
Lawn Gnome Publishing
905 N. 5th St., Phoenix
Open Mic Nov.24
Long Wong's
1455 S. Stapley Dr., Mesa
Coming Soon
Lost Leaf
914 N. 5th St., Phoenix
Nothing At This Time
Marquee Theater
730 N. Mill Ave., Tempe
Katastro, Nov. 15
Mesa Amphitheater
263 N. Center St., Mesa
Breakfast With Sinatra, Dec. 14
Phoenix Theatre
100 E. McDowell Rd., Phoenix
White Christmas, Nov. 20 to Dec. 24
Pub Rock Live
8005 E. Roosevelt St., Scottsdale
The Limousines, Nov. 22
The Rhythm Room
1019 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix
Screaming Females, Nov. 25
Sail Inn
26 S. Farmer Ave., Tempe
The Big Reggae Fest, Nov. 23
Space 55
636 E. Pierce St., Phoenix
Rabbit Hole, Nov. 21
Tempe Center For The Arts
700 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe
Walk In Wednesday Open Mic Nov. 27
Theater Artists Studio
4848 E Cactus Road, Scottsdale
Cabaret, Nov. 29 - Dec. 15
Tempe Tavern
1810 E. Apache Blvd., Tempe
Necrofilth Monday’s, Nov. 25
Torch Theatre
4721 N. Central Ave., Phoenix
Skewed News Hour, Fridays
US Airways Center
201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix
Michael Buble’, Nov. 22
Yucca Tap Room
29 W. Southern Ave., Tempe
Ease Up, Nov. 23

The Best Shows You Don’t Know: Arcology Now High Res Torus Build, Sex Positive Dance Party, Colors & Music, A Feast For The Famished

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By Staff Report
Modern Times Magazine

Nov. 20, 2013 — On Nov. 23 for the fourth year running Long Wongs at The Firehouse 1639 E Apache Blvd Tempe, will be hosting Colors & Music. A celebration of the collective music and arts culture of The Valley of the Sun.

The event began as last ditch effort to get live artists to create at Long Wongs event and what it grew into was a yearly celebration of the intersectionality of art. The event will mix some of Phoenix’s best bands with some of Phoenix’s best painters to make for a colorful event both artistically and musically.

Musically the event has brought in an eclectic smattering of Phoenix local music that could peak the interest of just about anyones musical taste. Sasquanaut, Future Loves Past, Japhy’s Descent, Banana Gun, Huckleberry, Lawnchair, Page The Village Idiot, and Sister Lip will all be performing at the show.

While James B. Hunt, Jack Mcneil, Julietta Ann Lewis, Deon Doughty, Carlos Guerrero, Pat Riot, Danger Paul Balazs, and other provide the show with painting, body art, and other artistic expression.

This event has no official cover, but donations will be happily accepted. Doors open at 5 p.m. music starts at 6 p.m. and the event is all-ages until 10 p.m.
https://www.facebook.com/events/
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Wednesday through Sunday, Nov. 20-24
Attention all Phoenix artists, metal workers, burners and people who just want to have a good time, Arcology now is hosting an event to build one of their interesting structures. The event titled Hi Res Torus Build will be taking place in downtown Phoenix at 501 N. 14th Street. The event is all ages and free. The project will be built in phases over the five-day span and each day will feature building, as well time to socialize and be creative with other members of the downtown arts community. The final two days will also a feature a DJ dance party for the participants after the days building is completed.
https://www.facebook.com/events/
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Friday, Nov. 22
The Sex Workers Outreach Project of Phoenix, or SWOP PHX, and The Firehouse Gallery 1015 N. First Street, are coming together to host A Sex Positive Dance Party Fundraiser with all proceeds going to fund more SWOP outreach, and more projects at the Firehouse. The event will feature performances by trans and genderqueer performers, a spanking booth, and much more. Also there will obviously be dancing to the tunes of two of Phoenix’s best DJ’s Daniel Funkhouser, and hip hop and dance DJ extraordinaire DJ Scapegoat. There will be raffle that will include a bicycle, tattoo session, an herb basket, and more. The party is open to all LGBTQI folks as well as straight people, and is in solidarity with sex workers. There is no age restriction but the party is more or less anything goes, $5 suggested donation, nobody turned away. Party starts at 9 p.m.
https://www.facebook.com/events/
388906657908244/?ref_dashboard
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Wednesday Nov. 27
On the day before Thanksgiving TMI on KWSS will be hosting a concert delicious proportions, and though Thanksgiving may be of questionable reason to celebrate great local music is not. A Feast For The Famished is taking place at Tempe’s Sail Inn 26 S. Farmer Ave. at 6:30 P.M.The event which is co sponsored by HQ Smokeshop and Cheba Hut is 21 and up and has a cover of $12. The music will be playing on both the indoor and outdoor stage at the venue. The Music on the outdoor stage will be provided by KONGOS, Black Carl, The Hourglass Cats, Banana Gun, and Jared and The mill. For the inside stage the lineup is The Love Me Nots, Fat Grey Car, Capsula, and Watch for Rocks.
https://www.facebook.com/events/
615509595178705/

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