Entry starts at 5:30pm with the music kicking off at 6:00pm.
Where: In the Courtyard
Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, coolers, friends and family! Lounge on a blanket on the lawn, hang out in your own lawn chairs or just sit in the chairs provided. Wherever you end up will be a great seat in this intimate concert environment.
We will have four food venders available for you to choose from this year. Burgers Amore, Doughlicious Wood-Fire Pizza, StEATgyro and our very own Adrian Garcia will again have his Don Taco Mobile Taco Stand! The preschool will also be selling some delicious desserts along with water, coffee and hot cocoa! So anyway you look at it, we got you covered with lots of choices.
Auction: Silent Auction in Santa Maria Hall
Lots of great items to bid on during the concert! Some big items include: a steak dinner at the rectory with our priests and a fixed bid on a wine and cheese party with Dcn. Peter! We also have various baskets and some inexpensive gift shop grab bags! So come take a look!
It's our way of saying "Thank You" for all that you do for our Parish!
Cost: Admission is FREE!
Who: The Artists
- AZ Blues Company
- Buckle your seat belts and get ready for a high energy Rhythm & Blues show band. Featuring the dynamic men in black, backed by the big sound of an 8 piece band with a full horn section. You will quickly find yourself smiling and singing along to memorable tunes like "Soul Man," "Gimme Some Lovin," "Rawhide," and "Sweet Home Chicago."
- The Tom Haberman Orchestra
- If you like the music of the big band era, you'll love this top notch group! They cover everything from Glenn Miller to the Andrew Sisters! Tom and his orchestra have traveled the world for the past 30 years, backing many stars including Neil Sedaka, Diana Ross and many more! Now based in the Phoenix area, this fine mini-big band is looking forward to putting on a terrific show that you're sure to remember!
- Mario Moreno & The Ramblers
- Phoenix legend and Arizona Blues Hall of Fame member, Mario Moreno and his Rambleros are the finest example of what Mario calls Mexican Hillbilly Rock&Roll. You can just call it rockabilly with some old country and a couple cumbias thrown in!