Photos courtesy of the Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts

The Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts is set to enthrall West Valley residents and visitors with a diverse array of performances in its upcoming season. The lineup of events offers a range of affordable entertainment options, with ticket prices starting at $25 for adults and just $5 for youth under 18 for select shows.

The month kicked off with The Mavericks on February 3. The excitement continues with The Texas Tenors on February 9 and 10. Known for their unique blend of country, classical, and pop, along with a dynamic stage presence, they are sure to make the weekend unforgettable.

The annual “Swinging on a Star” Gala promises an elegant evening featuring a three-course meal and an intimate performance by The Black Market Trust, known for their high-energy renditions of American Standards, follows on February 17.

Las Vegas star Frankie Moreno and his five-piece band are set to deliver a night of genre-blending rock n’ roll and energetic stage antics on February 24. International guitarist Pavlo will bring a Mediterranean twist to the stage, merging Greek, flamenco, Latin, and Balkan rhythms with contemporary pop on the 28th.

March begins with Classic Albums Live paying tribute to Supertramp’s “Breakfast in America” on March 2. This performance will replicate the album note for note, featuring hits like “Take the Long Way Home” and “The Logical Song.” Voctave, an 11-member vocal ensemble, will follow on March 7 with their harmonious interpretations of Disney and Broadway classics. Jukebox Saturday Night will transport audiences back to the Swing Era with timeless Big Band music on March 10.

“Trailblazing Women of Country” is a concert dedicated to the legendary Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, and Dolly Parton on March 19. Featuring soloists Miko Marks and Kristina Train, backed by a five-piece all-female band, it’s a tribute to these iconic artists. Meanwhile, the American Ballet Theatre Studio Company will showcase 16 rising dance stars performing a mix of classic and contemporary works on March 24.

The season concludes on March 30 with “Broadway’s Next Hit Musical,” an entirely improvised show based on audience suggestions, promising a unique and humorous Broadway-style experience.

Tickets are available by calling the Del E. Webb Center Box Office at 928-684- 6624 or by visiting