Music in May

music in may details

Fridays in May | 7-9 p.m.
Community Park Amphitheater
41703 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway

Kids dance, neighbors visit and the park rocks during Music in May in Anthem. Held every Friday night in May in the Community Park Amphitheater, this FREE family-friendly event invites the community to grab a blanket, bring a picnic dinner and enjoy the diverse sounds of local Arizona bands underneath the Anthem sky. Food trucks will be on site the first week for food purchases; the ice cream truck will be on site the weeks following. 

Open to the public; free admission and parking.

2017 featured bands

Georgia Chrome-web

May 5: Georgia Chrome (Food Truck Friday)
Georgia Chrome will kick off Music in May for 2017 on Cinco de Mayo! Judging by their fun and energy-packed shows, they surely won’t disappoint. The group’s catalog includes the latest country hits, old school Americana and everything in between. Whether it’s Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley or Taylor Swift, Georgia Chrome is sure to make the audience get up and dance.

May 12: Bounce

Bounce is truly a global musical act. This seven-person band includes members from around the world: Canada, Austria and even here in the Valley. They have collaborated with a diverse list of entertainers, as well. From Stevie Wonder to B.B. King to Sister Sledge, Bounce certainly has the resume to back up their tremendous talent. The Anthem show will be filled with today’s hits and classics from the past when Bounce takes the stage.


May 19: SuperHero

If you’re looking for a high-energy, fun, interactive and engaging band, then mark this performance on your calendar. Music from the 70s all the way to today’s hits will be sure to get the crowd singing and dancing under the Arizona skies. 

Nineball-webMay 26: NineBall

NineBall will take the stage for the finale of Music in May. This local Phoenix band has been entertaining audiences since 2003 with some of the best talent in the Valley. Their set list is sure to feature something for everyone: Justin Timberlake, Tom Petty, Phil Collins and Florida Georgia Line are just a few of the artists covered by this versatile act.   

event contacts

Michele DeMichele, Special Events & Civic Building Operations Director
623-742-6050 phone
623-742-6170 fax

Debbie Pulido, Special Events & Civic Building Services Coordinator
623-742-6009 phone
623-742-6170 fax

To be added to the sponsor/food truck/performers mailing list for future events, email name, phone number, address and type of vendor to