Tempe History Museum gets LOUD with outdoor concert this Saturday
Are you ready to rock? Bring the whole family out to LOUD VII, a celebration that brings local rock bands to the Tempe History Museum’s stage for an evening of music that’s in no way a fit for the elevator. This free, kid-friendly show will get you moving and rediscovering your love of rock and roll. Concert-goers will also enjoy food trucks and a kids’ maker space.
When: Saturday, Feb. 17, 5-8 p.m.
Where: Tempe History Museum, 809 E. Southern Ave.
Here’s LOUD VII lineup:
Influenced by the Foo Fighters, Tom Petty and Gin Blossoms, the Analog Outlaws bring a rock sound with a modern twist.
Bear Ghost fuses intricate musicianship, melodies and song structure to deliver a one of a kind rock sound.
Described as bluesy, jammy, eclectic and jazzy, Banana Gun shows are an event. They do exactly what you want a band to do on stage: Lay it all out.
Visit www.tempe.gov/MuseumEvents for more info.