As the summer draws to a close, the final curtain will fall on the City of Sierra Vista's 2023 Summer Concert Series.
Don't miss the finale of this treasured Sierra Vista summer tradition on the final Thursday of the month, on August 31st beginning at 6:30 pm in Veterans Memorial Park.
Don't Miss Desert Fever in Veterans Park
One of the area's most popular local bands, Desert Fever will be performing on the Centennial Pavilion stage.
This time around, Desert Fever has rebranded itself to "Desert Fever Big Band Plus". The band will be kicking things into high gear with a full complement of guest members who will join the band from all over Cochise County.
Check out this Sneek Peak of the band rehearsing at Ethyl Berger Center, courtesy of the Desert Fever Facebook page:
The band will perform a mixture of jazz, country, standards, and contemporary favorites. Combing an eclectic mix of artists like Chicago, Miley Cyrus, Herbie Hancock, the Eagles, Johnny Cash, and many, many more.
The expanded group will include horns, a full rhythm section, singers, keyboards, and even a vibraphone playing live on stage. An evening of entertainment with this talented group is the perfect way to end a wonderful summer of music.
Learn More About the Summer Concert Series
All concerts are free and open to the public. Get to Veterans Park early and claim your spot. Bring your own blankets and lawn chairs, and don't forget snacks and dinner. This concert is suitable for music lovers of all ages, from children to adults.
To learn more about the summer concert series, check the schedule on the Facebook page or check out full details on the City of Sierra Vista homepage.
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