The concerts will be held at the Proctor Ramada, accessed in the first turn-off on Whitehouse Canyon Road/Madera Canyon Road.
Seating is limited in this venue and tickets sell out quickly - concert tickets are $35 ($15 tax deductible).
Concerts take place March 11.
We provide chairs, Masks are optional as outdoor activities are considered less contagious.
Location: Proctor Ramada, concerts begin at 3:00PM.
Tickets: $35 each, sold ONLINE and via Carole deRivera, 847-702-5101.
Our online form allows you to purchase tickets to one or to all of the concerts at one time - 4 ticket limit per purchase, per concert. Upon completion of your ticket purchase, ticket confirmations will be sent to the email address you provide. This email confirmation is your ticket, so please bring your confirmation to the performance.
Learn more about the Performers below the ticket purchase information ↓
Tickets: $35 each (tickets sell out quickly)
Location: Madera Canyon Proctor Ramada
Time: Concerts begin at 3:00PM
Beginning Tuesday, March 7, our online form allows you to purchase tickets to one, or to all of the concerts at one time - 4 ticket limit per purchase, per concert. Upon completion of your ticket purchase, ticket confirmations will be sent to the email address you provide.
This email confirmation IS your ticket, so please bring the confirmation to the performance(s).
Ken Daulton & Chelsee Hicks in Double Take
Chelsee Hicks was born in Tucson, but raised in Kansas and then returned to attend and graduate from the U of A. Chelsee got her start singing with the "Manhattan Dolls" and now sings regularly with groups such as popular 80’s cover band "80’s and Gentlemen" and the jazz trio "Blue Dream".
Ken Daulton moved from the East Coast to Green Valley in 2017. He had been performing in a band called "Double Take" in the New England area, which was a dance band featuring a dynamic horn section. He now performs frequently with the band "Open Road", as well as filling in with other bands from time to time.
Mindy Ronstadt & The One Bill Band
Mindy has been performing with her famous family all of her life. She has recorded and appeared on stage with her famous Aunt Linda, and now continues to perform with a variety of musicians in and around Arizona.
Bill Martin hails from the Hollywood music scene where he collaborated with several artists as well as recording as a solo artist for CBS records. Bill and Mindy have been performing together since 2002 and have fashioned a unique blend of harmonies and solo performances.
Amber Norgaard & Seth Murzyn
Amber has been regarded as “Tucson’s folk-rock goddess” by Natural Awakening Magazine. Amber is a nurse-turned-musician who uses music as a healing art to foster compassion, spirituality and to promote positive social change. Since departing her nursing career, she has released seven full length albums, opened for Judy Collins, Kenny Loggins, and Michael McDonald, achieved accolades for her songwriting and has been a motivational speaker.
Amber will be joined by violinist and songwriter Seth Murzyn. They have been making music together since 2016. Seth attended and graduated from the U of A and now teaches music education to kindergarten through sixth grade. He enjoys playing music, spending time with family and being outdoors.
Coy, Serres & Murphy (CSM Trio) is an acoustic folk-rock group featuring three-part harmony from such classic acts as the "Eagles", "America", the "Beatles", "Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young" and so many more! The trio is made up of three guys (Fred Coy, Mike Serres and Joe Murphy) who've been delighting sold-out audiences throughout Southern Arizona for a decade or so. Listeners enjoy the mix of upbeat and mellow tunes, mixed with a bit of whimsy (these guys don't take themselves too seriously!). The trio also performs as a 50s classic rock trio "The Cadillacs", with the classic-rock dance band "Five Way Street", and with the touring tribute band "The TRIBUTaries".