New year, new you and new concerts to attend. Hopefully going to live shows is on your bucket list by 2023. If so, here’s how we help you plan which concerts to attend in the Tucson and Phoenix area in the coming months.
From classics like Los Ángeles Azules, Caifanes, Maná and Marc Anthony to younger artists like Caloncho and Rauw Alejandro, this list has a little bit of everything. We include the links to the websites of the places where the concerts are or the ticket sales pages, so that you can buy yours in advance and also constantly review the information, you know that sometimes there are changes.
We will be updating the list constantly.
Comedy with Felipe Esparza
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If you’re looking for an evening of entertainment, look no further than Felipe Esparza’s comedy show. Being NBC’s “last comedian standing”, he’s sure to get some laughs out of the show himself.
When: Saturday January 21 at 8 pm, doors open at 7 pm
Where: Dessert Diamond Sahuarita Diamond Center, 1100 W. Pime Mine Rd., Sahuarita, Arizona
Carin León concert
The Sonoran artist, known for some of his famous songs like How I Fall in Love, The Huitlacoche Wedding and What More Can I Ask For, will be in Glendale.
When: Saturday January 21, 8 pm
Cost: Tickets from $142
Banda World at the Rialto Theater
Billed as a “banda y perreo” night, the event is for ages 18 and up. Go with comfortable shoes to dance!
When: Saturday January 28, 9 pm
Where: The Rialto Theatre, 318 E. Congress St.
Emanuel Navarette vs. Liam Wilson
The two fighters will compete for the vacant WBO Junior Lightweight world title. Navarrete, the reigning WBO Featherweight world champion, hopes to become the 10th Mexican-born boxer to win world titles in three weight divisions, according to the Desert Diamond Arena, which hosts the event.
When: Friday, February 3, 4:15 pm
Cost: Tickets start at $25
Iván Cornejo in Damaged Tour
Be part of Iván Cornejo’s rise to fame. The Riverside, California resident has been rising to fame at the age of 17 singing folklore-influenced corridos.
When: Wednesday, February 8, 8 pm
Cost: $25 in advance, $30 at the door.
Mario Aguilar in comedy night
Join the Fox Theater for a night of comedy with Mario Aguilar, a comedian who got his start on social media platforms and quickly rose to fame.
When: Wednesday, February 10, 8:30 pm
Caifans at the Rialto Theater
“Don’t let…” this concert pass you by! Since 1986, Los Caifanes have been present in the rock scene in Spanish. They come to the Rialto Theater on Valentine’s Day.
When: Tuesday February 14, 8 pm, doors open at 7 pm
Where: The Rialto Theatre, 318 E. Congress St.
Tucson Symphony Orchestra: A Venezuelan Valentine
The conductor Manuel Hernández Silva makes his debut in the United States with his Venezuelan compatriot Pacho Flores on trumpets. A night of music and culture.
When: Friday, February 17, 7:30 pm; Sunday February 19, 2 pm
Where: The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall, 260 S. Church Ave.
Mariachi Pueblo Viejo: Love and Friendship, Serenade of Love
This performance features Tucson’s own Mariachi Pueblo Viejo, two-time Grammy Award winner Mariachi Los Camperos, and two-time Latin Grammy Award winner Lorenzo Mendez.
When: Saturday February 18, 8 pm
Where: Rialto Theatre, 318 E. Congress St.
This 21+ event features the alternative rock band Nunca Jamás. The soundtrack will be presented at the Club Congress.
When: Friday, February 24, doors open at 8 pm
Where: Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St.
Marc Anthony in concert
Join the iconic Marc Anthony on his LIVING tour, in Glendale, Arizona.
When: Saturday March 4, 8 pm
Los Lobos and Gaby Moreno
Los Lobos and their special guest Gaby Moreno perform at the Fox Theater. The Los Lobos band started in 1973 on the punk and rock scene.
When: Friday March 10, 7:30 pm
Concert of the Invisible Friends
If you’re ready for something new, get your disco moves ready for Los Amigos Invisibles, a Venezuelan band that plays disco, jazz and funk mixed with Latin rhythms. The event is for people over 21 years of age.
When: Sunday March 19, 8 pm, doors open at 7 pm
caloncho in concert
Bringing his talent from Ciudad Obregón, Sonora, Oscar Alfonso Castro, aka Caloncho, performs in Phoenix with his tropical, reggae and pop music. Come hear this award-winning artist at this event for people 21 and over.
When: Thursday March 23, 8 pm
Concert by the Gutiérrez Brothers
Hermanos Guiterrez is a Swiss-Ecuadorian duo that uses music to connect with their roots. They are an instrumental duet with an unmistakable Western and Latin sound.
When: Thursday March 23, 8 pm, doors open at 7 pm
Where: 191 Toole, 191 E. Toole Ave.
The multi-award winning Mexican rock group Maná is coming to Arizona as part of their ‘México Lindo y Querido 2023’ tour.
When: Saturday March 25, 8 pm, doors open at 7 pm
Cost: Tickets start at $155.
The Funky Latina Music Festival
The Arizona Latin Indie Music Festival is back with The Brown Boyz, Danny Bonilla (Luna Luna), Big Bad Brond, Lissett Dennis and DJ Awdre. This festival is for people over 21 years of age.
When: Saturday March 25 at 8 pm, doors open at 7 pm
The blue Angels
From Iztapala, Los Ángeles Azules return to Tucson once again for a night of cumbias.
When: Saturday April 15, 8 pm
Where: Casino del Sol, 5655 W. Valencia Rd.
Be a part of Benise’s world tour as he takes you through Spanish flamenco, Cuban salsa, Brazilian samba, Parisian waltz, exotic percussion, and more!
When: Sunday April 16, 7 pm
Rauw Alejandro concert
Join Puerto Rican superstar Rauw Alejandro on his Saturno World Tour.
When: Sunday April 23, 8 pm
Cost: Tickets start at $45
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Latin concerts and shows in Tucson and Phoenix