Amara La Negra with special guest Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra

8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2

Amara La Negra is a Miami native and Afro-Latina singer who captivates with a fusion of her unique culture and pop rhythms. Some of the singer’s most popular hits include “What a Bam Bam” and “Se Que Soy.”  

La Negra is no stranger to the entertainment industry. After winning a talent competition in preschool, she subsequently starred on a Hispanic variety show for six years. Now, she stars on the reality show "Love & Hip Hop: Miami." 

The singer is outspoken about the racism and colorism that exists in the entertainment industry and has faced criticism throughout her career regarding her appearance, which she has learned to embrace. La Negra hopes her presence as a successful Afro-Latina in the music industry will inspires others with similar dreams to do the same. 

Amara will be accompanied by special guest Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra, an ambitious and funky fusion of eclectic local musicians and traditional Afrobeat style.

Old 97’s with special guest Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights

8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3

The Dallas-based alternative country band formed in 1993 and has continued to create new music ever since, sticking to their Texas roots along the way. They chose to situate themselves in the remote border town of Tornillo, Texas, instead of recording in more traditional music-centric cities like Los Angeles or New York City.

Their music combines soothing, expressive lyrics with rock beats and an authentic country flair. 

The Old 97’s made their debut with their album "Hitchhike to Rhome" (1994), a reference to Rhome, Texas. Since then, the band has released 10 more studio albums, most recently "Graveyard Whistling" (2017). Their album "Most Messed Up" (2014) reached a high at No. 30 on the Billboard Top 200. 

The Old 97’s will perform alongside rock band Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights, also formed in Dallas.

Some notable appearances of the Northern Lights’ music include their hit “Pardon Me” in the premiere of the popular NBC series "Friday Night Lights." Additionally, their rendition of “Sugar, Sugar” served as a replacement theme for the original TLC show "Cake Boss" in 2011. 

Ella Vos with special guest Molly Kate Kestner

8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4

Bubbly yet insightful. Dreamy yet perceptive.

Ella Vos pushes boundaries with deeply sentimental and honest lyrics coupled with a unique and captivating modern sound. 

The Los Angeles native is fairly new to the music scene and released her single “White Noise” in 2016, followed by her first album release "Words I Never Said" (2017). Nevertheless, she experienced viral success with “White Noise,” reaching No. 1 on Spotify’s viral chart. 

Much of her music was inspired during her pregnancy, which was ultimately her motivation to pursue a solo career. In her songs, she often touches on the topic of women’s choice while also confronting other personal subjects she once let remain silent.

Ella Vos’ stage name, which in Spanish translates to “She You,” is a reference to her intention of having her music be a relationship with not only her, but her audience as well. 

Similar to Ella Vos, Molly Kate Kestner has also seen viral success. The 22-year-old singer-songwriter from Minnesota earned 1.5 million views on YouTube within two weeks of her posting a passionate ballad she wrote in high school, “His Daughter.” 

It was this hit that landed her on Good Morning America in 2014 and propelled her to continue writing and performing. Kestner was also a contributing songwriter on Kelly Clarkson’s album "Meaning of Life" (2017).

Best Coast with special guest Buzzy Lee

8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5

Best Coast creates music to ascertain, once and for all, that the West Coast really is the best coast. 

The Los Angeles duo — which consists of singer, songwriter and guitarist Bethany Cosentino and guitarist Bobb Bruno — creates sparkly and sophisticated indie pop and rock music that emphasizes the highs and lows of relationships.

Yet, their lyrics also highlight the juxtaposition between light and dark in California itself, from the bright bubblegum-colored days to calm, lonely nights.

While on their surface their music is reminiscent of the stereotypical SoCal lifestyle, there is an underlying darkness to their sound that represents the ever-present desperation of the Golden State — especially in their third and latest album, "California Nights" (2015). 

Best Coast’s performance will be supplemented by actress and singer Sasha Spielberg, whose latest album "Facepaint" (2018) features a synthetic pop sound. This is her first solo release under her new stage name, Buzzy Lee. Buzzy Lee is the daughter of legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg, and has appeared in two of his films, "The Post" (2017) and "Munich" (2005).

Saturday Soirée featuring Walter Productions

8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6

The new Sun Devil Stadium tradition transforms the  Coca-Cola Sun Deck into a wonderland of sound, light, fire, dancing and more.

Open Mike Eagle 

8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13

Michael Eagle II, otherwise known as Open Mike Eagle, is a college RA turned MC from Chicago. 

After moving to the West Coast for graduate school, he recorded his first album, "Unapologetic Art Rap" with Mush Records in 2010. 

He went on to record two more albums in the next two years before releasing "Dark Comedy" (2014), "Hella Personal Film Festival" (2016) and most recently "Brick Body Kids Still Daydream" (2017) with the Mello Music Group. 

His song “Ziggy Starfish (Anxiety Raps)” featuring Gold Panda has over 4 million listens on Spotify. 


Opening Ceremony and Walter Yoga Class 

7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 1

Walter Yoga will be turning the Coca-Cola Sun Deck into a fully immersive experience of love, light, and lasers. Join us for a one-of-a kind celebration that will set intention for the opening week of 365 events at Sun Devil Stadium. This event is free. 

Closing Ceremony and Walter Yoga Class

10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 7

The week of incredible live events closes with a heartfelt yoga class and ceremony to seal the experience. Start the day feeling grounded and abundant and take all the positive energy that was cultivated throughout the week and incorporate it into your life to create a stronger and supportive community. 

The gathering will begin with complimentary face painting.

Movies on the field

'The Meg' (2018)

7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27

'Sorry to Bother You' (2018)

7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14

With special guest writer and director Boots Riley.