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Fresh-air lunchtime concerts


AZ Arts Free live concerts presented by a diverse range of talented local


musicians will entertain music lovers al fresco over lunch hours on Thursdays through March 29. The al fresco “Out to Lunch Concert Series” performances take place at the Mesa Arts Center’s Wells Fargo Garden at 1 E. Main St. in Mesa. Performers include the Salt River Brass quintet; The Rokuseks


Duo’s instrumentals, vocals and variety; vocalist “Kirsten;” and Joyce Bailey’s African-American blues, gospel and jazz. Other shows include Mary Hoffman’s acoustic western; Los Thieves Duo’s


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folk-pop; Liam Mackey and Tim Sadow with rollicking traditional and original Irish tunes; the sounds of Island Magic Caribbean music; and the Santan Swing Band with vocals. Chairs and lawn seating are available, but guests are encouraged


to bring stadium cushions or blankets. Patrons may bring lunch or purchase food on site from Life of the Party Catering or in nearby downtown Mesa restaurants. For a schedule of concerts and other details, call 480-644-6500 or visit www.MesaArtsCenter.com.


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