General Admission 

 $25 Advance
$30 At Gate 

Tickets are Non-Refundable

UPDATED 09/13/2021

We will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours prior to the event. Acceptable documentation must be shown at the entrance. 

We encourage all those who can receive a vaccination to do so, for the benefit of all of us. We are taking this step for Arizona's music fans to ensure that all concerts this fall can happen as scheduled.

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There is limited seating at the venue. However you are allowed to bring your own outdoor chair.

Bob Margolin

Steady Rollin’ Bob Margolin is an award winning Blues guitar player and singer who delivers original songs and the spirit of Chicago Blues that he learned onstage and recording in Muddy Waters’ band from 1973-1980. You can see him with Muddy and The Band in Martin Scorseseʼs landmark 1976 film “The Last Waltz”. “As it happened, only one camera was operating during our performance, zooming in or out, and since I was standing right next to Muddy, I was in every shot while he sang a powerful ‘Mannish Boy.'” Forty years later he was a featured artist on the Last Waltz 40 Tour with Warren Haynes, Don Was, Lukas Nelson, Jamey Johnson and more. 

Bob is known for his slide guitar, powerful vocals and the sound, stories and time travel of his experiences with the legends he knew. 

His acoustic album, This Guitar & Tonight, was released on Oct. 25, 2019 and won the 2020 Blues Foundation’s Blues Music Award for Best Acoustic Blues Album.  Bob won the Blues Music Award for Best Male Traditional Artist in 2017 and for Best Blues Guitarist in 2008 and 2005. He won the Blues Foundation’s 2013 Keeping The Blues Alive award for Journalism. 

He is a founding partner and recording artist for the VizzTone Label Group. He’s the Music Director of the Pinetop Perkins Foundation Masterclass Workshops. 

Bob Margolin is both your show tonight and living history.

Bob Corritore

Dennis Jones

Heather "Lil' Mama" Hardy

Cholla Blues Standard