There’s never a shortage of things to do in Arizona, especially if you’re a fan of arts and entertainment. The Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts has a full menu of events that delivers plenty of fun now through the end of the year.
These family-friendly concerts fill up quickly, so book your seats now!
Saturday, Oct. 26 – An Evening with Jason Alexander and His Hair. The Emmy-winning “Seinfeld” star – an accomplished Broadway musical performer – comes to Scottsdale with an evening of comedy and music that gets the audience into the act!
Saturday, Nov. 23 – Jeffrey Siegel: Music for the Young and Young at Heart. A piano soloist with the world’s most notable orchestras, Jeffrey Siegel brings his magic to the Virginia Piper Theater. Flight of the Bumblebee, Aaron Copland’s Cat and the Mouse and Mozart’s variation on Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star are just a few of the numbers to delight kids, grandparents and everyone in between.
Friday, Dec. 6 – Take 6. The quintessential a capella vocal ensemble, Take 6 presents a holiday-themed concert at the Virginia Piper Theater. This Grammy-winning group melds the rhythms of jazz, gospel, R&B and pop into an irresistible sound that will get the whole family grooving!
Saturday, Dec. 7 – Natalie Cole. “This Will Be” an unforgettable night of pop and R&B standards from the Grammy-winning singer, along with your option of a pre-show reception and gourmet dinner in the Dayton Fowler Grafman Atrium, all to benefit ARTrageous.
Monday-Thursday, Dec. 27-30 – Sing-along “Grease.” Admit it: You love those wacky and wonderful songs like Summer Nights and You’re the One That I Want. Now you and your family can belt out your “Grease” favorites during a special screening of the hit movie featuring song subtitles to bring out the “T-Bird” or “Pink Lady” in everyone. The night includes a “Grease” costume competition, so don’t forget the poodle skirts and leather jackets.