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Published on June 12, 2024
Mesa Arts Center Announces New Acts for 20th Anniversary Season in Phoenix AreaSource: Google Street View

Mesa Arts Center, known for being a staple of culture and performance in the Greater Phoenix area, has just dialed up the excitement for its 20th Anniversary Performing Live Season with the addition of four highly anticipated shows. These latest offerings – a mix of magic, music, and comedy – will join an already robust lineup celebrating two decades of entertainment.

Magician and TV personality Michael Carbonaro will kick off the new additions on August 16, followed by all-vocal country sensation Home Free on October 10. Comedian Vir Das is set to bring laughs on November 8, while guitarist Jesse Cook rounds out the quartet with his performance slated for January 31, "Mesa Arts Center Adds Four New Shows to 20th Anniversary Performing Live Season," as reported yesterday. Tickets for these performances will be available starting June 14 from the Mesa Arts Center's official website or via phone, offering a variety of entertainment options for arts enthusiasts across the valley.

Carbonaro, without a doubt, is no stranger to the spotlight. With a career that has seen him weave magic both on "The Carbonaro Effect" and across numerous television cameos. According to the Mesa Arts Center announcement, his show "Michael Carbonaro Lies on Stage" promises to blend humor and charisma, with illusions that aim to astonish viewers of all ages.

Country music has its fair share of unique acts, but Home Free stands out with a purely vocal approach that has garnered a dedicated following. Their "Home Free Crazy(er) Life Tour," celebrates a decade since their breakout album, "Crazy Life", and as stated by Mesa Arts Center, is an evening sprinkled with Nashville-flavored pop hits, country standards, harmony, and humor that can only be described as quintessentially Home Free.

Comedian Vir Das's global appeal is well-recognized, and his "Mind Fool Tour" promises to continue showcasing his comedic range and insightful observations, as reported by Mesa Arts Center. Finally, Jesse Cook, a master of the guitar strings, is set to deliver his globally influenced rhythmic melodies that have captivated audiences worldwide. Cook's legacy speaks for itself, spanning over two million album sales and countless concerts, making his upcoming “The Libre Tour” stop in Mesa a highly anticipated event.

For those looking to be part of Mesa Arts Center's 20th Anniversary lineup festivities, mark your calendars and visit for more details and ticket purchase information.