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ROCK IT UP concert series returns to Tempe Marketplace in October

Sep 11, 2021, 7:00 AM
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(Facebook photo/Tempe Marketplace)
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PHOENIX– Tempe Marketplace is bringing back its concert series “ROCK IT UP” in October, officials said.

The event is set to consist of four full-length concerts with limited capacity, which will be handled on a first come, first serve basis, per a press release. Admission is free.

The first show will be on Oct. 6 with Mod Sun performing on The District stage.

Twin Sun is scheduled to open for indie-pop artist Tessa Violet on Oct. 30.

Indie pop and electronic rock duo iDKHOW, short for I Don’t Know How but They Found Me, is set to perform on Nov. 2

Alternative musician Grabbitz will finish the series on Nov. 3.

All concerts will begin at 7 p.m. Dave & Buster’s will provide an outdoor bar during the shows.

Tempe Marketplace has hand sanitizing stations and recommends that guests wear their masks regardless of vaccination status. All staff are required to wear masks throughout the events.

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ROCK IT UP concert series returns to Tempe Marketplace in October