2019-2020 Concert Season

Performances Earlier This Season


Camp Verde Jazz Festival

AUGUST 30, 2019 

Labor Day Weekend kicked off two-days of jazz with Bresnan Unplugged

Strings at the Movies

SEPTEMBER 22, 2019 

The Sweetwater Strings feature violins, violas, cellos, bass, piano and percussion. Themes could include Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Beauty and the Beast.


Cottonwood Community Band

OCTOBER 6, 2019 

This annual FREE "Pops Concert" featured a lighter program of tuneful and familiar music including a couple of marches, a Beguine, a Tango and two medleys of familiar themes. 

Barbershop Concert

NOVEMBER 10, 2019 

Join us for a special FREE concert by Sedona's Harmony on the Rocks Barbershop Chorus, plus the award-winning Vocalocity Quartet.


Sonoran Dogs Bluegrass

FEBRUARY 15, 2020

The Tucson-based "Dogs" are made up of seasoned veterans who have come together to enjoy bluegrass music and friendship with an eclectic mix of Bluegrass, Folk, Americana, Celtic, and Newgrass.


Camp Verde Jazz Festival

AUGUST 31, 2019 

Labor Day Weekend Festival concluded with the Dom Moio Quintet

Camp Verde Blues Project

OCTOBER 5, 2019 

"Innocent "Joe Kopicki 's first love is the blues and he is known for being a blues performer with a soulful voice and authentic blues guitar chops.

Native American Month

NOVEMBER 9, 2019

xperience the rich culture of Native America through the songs, stories, and dances of five time World Champion Hoop Dancer Tony Duncan


Shari Rowe

JANUARY 25, 2020 

​Fusing classic country and bluegrass, Shari Rowe manages to meet the standard of country without losing her Arizona roots. She has opened for Wynonna Judd and others.


Blue Bayou

Ronstadt/Eagles Tribute

FEBRUARY 16, 2020 

Join us for a magical afternoon that pays tribute to the most incredible female vocalist of the 20th century, Linda Ronstadt and her friends, the Eagles, with the Big Zephyr Band


Sound of My Voice

FEBRUARY 16, 2020 

In this documentary film, Ronstadt is our guide through growing up in Tucson singing Mexican canciones with her family; her folk days with the Stone Poneys; and her reign as the “queen of country rock” in the ‘70s and early ’80s. 

© 2020 Phillip England Center for
 the Performing Arts Foundation

Theater: 210 Camp Lincoln Road, Camp Verde, AZ 86322

Office: 385 S. Main St., Camp Verde, AZ 86322​

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