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Sundial Auditorium and the Sun Bowl are the venues for a variety of concerts throughout the year. From local favorites to national treasures, RCSC Cardholders and their invited guests are sure to be entertained all year round! RCSC is proud to present these Sun City Attractions that you’ve just got to see to believe!

Sunday Nights at The Sun Bowl

Sun Bowl Shows are free to RCSC Cardholders and their invited guests. Bring your own lawn chair or blanket to the Sun Bowl Concerts. Please note that early reservation of seating space is not allowed and that chairs nearest the stage are reserved for those individuals arriving by buses only. Smoking is only permitted in the parking lot around the Sun Bowl. In case of inclement weather, shows are moved to Sundial Auditorium, 103rd Avenue and Boswell Boulevard. For a recorded message regarding venue change, call 623-972-6014.

** Gourmet food trucks will be on-site 1-1/2 hours prior to all shows! **

Sundial Concerts

Sundial Shows are normally ticketed shows held at the Sundial Auditorium. Tickets are on sale in the Lakeview Club Office and are open to the general public with open seating in the auditorium. Free shows are for RCSC Cardholders and their invited guests only. Tickets are also available at the Sundial Box Office one hour prior to each show with cash or check only. Doors open at 6:00pm and shows begin at 7:00pm. The Lakeview Club Office also takes phone reservations with credit card only by calling 623-561-4660. The Club Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-4:00 pm.




Sundial Concerts

Experience a wonderful evening of great entertainment shared with good friends at an unbelievable price. General admission tickets are $13 per person for RCSC Cardholders; $15 for non-Cardholders.  All ticketed shows are open to the general public. All shows are at 7:00pm*; doors open at 6:00pm. Gourmet food vendors are on-site 1-1/2 hours prior to shows for your dining pleasure. New video screens in the Sundial Auditorium guarantee that every seat in the house is now a great seat!

Terry Davies is The Piano Man
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Tickets $13 per person for RCSC Cardholders/$15 per person General Public

Billy Joel and Elton John come to life in this tribute starring Terry Davies. Backed by his extraordinary nine piece band, you’ll be singing, dancing, laughing and crying as you experience the amazing music created by Billy and Elton, two of the most successful artists in the history of rock and roll. Terry’s performance includes such hits as Piano Man, New York State of Mind, Only the Good Die Young, My Life, Your Song, Daniel, Rocket Man, Candle in the Wind and many more.   After 25 years of recording and performing, Terry Davies is now sharing his talent at Sundial. Come spend an evening with the Piano Man, Sun City; you won’t be disappointed.

2015 Winter/Spring Concert Series

Hot  August Nights – A Neil Diamond Tribute
Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at 7pm

There’s not been a Neil Diamond Tribute artist like Dean Colley, who has the extraordinary look, moves and sound of Neil himself.  Backed by his awesome band, Dean will take you on a musical journey through the history of Neil Diamond as he performs ALL the hits, including “Crackling Rosie,” “America,” “Song Sung Blue,” “Cherry Cherry,” “Holly Holy,” and other audience favorites from the Neil Diamond catalog.  Wherever Dean plays, packed houses follow and the show’s reviews are stellar. If you’re a Neil Diamond fan, you best get your tickets today.

December ’63 – A Tribute to Frankie Valli
Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 7pm

The music of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons comes to life in this re-creation of a Frankie Valli concert experience. DECEMBER ’63 showcases all your favorite songs from Frankie Valli including the one of a kind classics that have been thrilling audiences for decades including everyone’s most popular singles from the musical The Jersey Boys. If you missed seeing this show at the Sun Bowl, you’ve got another chance to catch it now. Don’t miss out on this great evening of fun times!

Dana Daniels – A Riot of Comedy Magic
Sunday, January 18, 2015 at 3pm

Dana Daniels has been called one of the world’s funniest Comedy Magicians working today. Dana is fast becoming a familiar face. His many television appearances include Evening at the Improv, CBS Morning Program, and recently, he was featured on such television specials as, “The Secret World Magicians, “Masters of Illusions,” and Lance Burton’s “Taking It To The Streets.”  Sit back, relax and get ready for some astonishing entertainment. Please note that this show is at 3pm.

Country Superstars – A Tribute to Tim McGraw & Shania Twain
Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at 7pm

 This Tim McGraw tribute performed by Nashville recording artist and Las Vegas entertainer Adam D accurately recreates the music and mystique of country music ICON Tim McGraw.  Donna put in countless hours practicing to sing like Shania, watching her videos over and over, studying to emulate her moves and the way she presents herself.  Donna has embarked on something that would change her life forever. This is a show not to miss!

The Spouse Whisperer
Wednesday, February 11, 2015 at 7pm

It’s cool, it’s hilarious, and never a dull moment when award-winning comedian Mark Cordes delivers his critically acclaimed one-man show, The Spouse Whisperer – a comedic journey that starts with “love at first sight” until “death do us part” and all of the funny stuff in between.   A ticket to this show might be just the perfect gift for your special Valentine – LOL!

Nashville Gold
Sunday, February 18, 2015 at 7pm

 You’ll be stompin’ your boots and singing along when Nashville Gold takes to the Sundial stage. Featuring the music of the greatest country artists of all time, this show promises to every facet of Country music – from everyone’s favorite kings and queens of country to musical outlaws, urban cowboys and honky-tonk heroes.  After their show at the Sun Bowl, we know you’ll be back here begging for more!

Barbra Streisand Tribute
Sunday, February 25, 2015 at 7pm

 Treat yourself to a magical evening with a tribute to one of the greatest songstresses of our time – Barbra Streisand. With her style, grace and orchestra, Sharon Owens promises to take you on a journey through the Streisand Years – 60’s Broadway, 70’s Disco and 80’s cinema greats. There will be no fear when she takes to the Sundial stage, touching our hearts with such memorable classics as “The Way We Were,” “Evergreen,” “Don’t Rain on My Parade” and Somewhere.”  A truly diva performance!

Neil Sedaka Legacy by Terry Davies
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 7pm

Terry Davies returns to Sun City in The Sedaka Legacy, a hit-filled tribute to the timeless music of Neil Sedaka, whose body of work has been part of the pop music culture for over 55 years. This show touches on all phases of Neil’s career and promises to deliver the nostalgic hits of this great era from one of the legendary singer/ songwriters of our time. This will be one incredible show!

Todd Oliver & Friends
Friday, March 13, 2015 at 7pm

Have you ever met a talking dog, a real talking dog?  Get ready because when comedian and ventriloquist Todd Oliver takes the stage you’ll meet his two very funny companions – Irving and Lucy. When these little dogs get behind the microphone, they turn everyday K9 experiences into knockout comedy. You’ll want to see for yourself why this outrageous comedy act has everyone talking and howling for more.

One of These Nights – The Eagles Tribute
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 7pm

Relive the magic of this timeless music as One of These Nights returns to Sun City with their accurate reproduction of the Eagles studio recordings and live performances. You’ll experience all of the great hits such as “Desperado,” “Take It Easy,” and “Hotel California” and many of the solos greats from Don Henley, Glen Frey and Joe Walsh.

Harmik as Tom Jones
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 7pm

Tom Jones is a legend and an icon in the entertainment world. His popularity has spanned nearly four decades and doesn’t seem to be waning. As long as Jones remains popular in the hearts of his many fans, so too will this top impersonator. Harmik has become synonymous with Tom Jones. He is internationally recognized and praised as the #1 Jones look and sound alike in the world. This show promises to be absolutely fantastic and one that must be seen by everyone!


Sun Bowl Shows – Fall 2014

With the overwhelming crowd enthusiasm and record-breaking attendance at the Spring 2014 Sun Bowl Shows, RCSC is pleased to announce the Fall 2014 line-up that’s guaranteed to get the audience filling the dance floor and wishing for more! All Sun Bowl Shows are FREE for RCSC Cardholders and their invited guests. Looking forward to seeing you at the Bowl! Click here for a printable PDF of the concert listing.

Strait Country – George Strait Tribute
Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 7pm

Strait Country, built around Kevin Sterner’s amazing vocal style similar to George Strait’s, has been thrilling audiences and selling out concert venues throughout Southern Arizona. Backed by a band that includes pedal steel guitar and fiddle, you will thrill to the signature sound that has been Strait’s trademark throughout his 30 year career. From an incredible catalog of 58 number one and 83 top ten hits, you just might hear some old favorites like Ocean Front Property, Amarillo By Morning, The Chair, All My Ex’s Live in Texas and I Cross My Heart as well as more recent tunes such as Run, Give it Away and I’m Here for a Good Time. So if you like REAL COUNTRY MUSIC, this show is a must see! Join us for this very special evening as we kick-off the Fall 2014 Sun Bowl Concert season in rockin’ Sun City fashion.

Bella Donna – Fleetwood Mac Tribute
Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 6:30pm

If you’re a fan of Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac, you won’t want to miss this critically acclaimed, hauntingly familiar concert experience. Bella Donna guarantees to perform a dynamic rock concert, fully staged with spectacular costumes, powerful performing and the solid platinum hits that rocked your world. So Stand Back and Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around, put on some Leather and Lace for an evening that promises a Landslide of raves reviews and applauses from Sun City concert-goers and true Mac fans.

Johnny K and Kompany
Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 6:30pm

This evening promises to be a grand experience of yesteryear with a touch of simplicity and timelessness of the standards and great music from the 50s, 60s and 70s. This band promises to bring back the good times with some of your favorite oldies like Stand By Me, Unchained Melody, Rock Around the Clock, Proud Mary, Brown Eyed Girl and much more. Johnny K and Kompany has an unforgettable vibe that will take you back to a time when life was simple and people enjoyed just spending time together.

Guy Pennacchio
Sunday, October 19, 2014 at 6:30pm

A Sun City AZ favorite! Guy will have the audience crooning, swooning and swaying as he pays tribute to the music and legacy of the great Frank Sinatra. Get ready to experience an evening with the Valley’s own Chairman of the Board that will have everybody singing and dancing under the stars!

Hard Livin’
Sunday, October 26, 2014 at 6:30pm

Hard Livin’ is a Modern/Traditional Country band with top-notch seasoned musicians. With an award-winning lead vocalist, the band prides themselves in their three part harmonies. The band has a more than solid bass player, a rockin’ female drummer, an accomplished lead guitarist and a country born, foot-stompin’ Fiddle player will make you glad you experienced Hard Livin’!

Phoenix Boys Choir
Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 6pm

The calendar may say it’s early November, but the Phoenix Boys Choir is ready to get Sun City in a festive, holiday mood. Come out for a spectacular evening with loads of boyish charm and showmanship, featuring the finest Christmas music performed in the boy choir tradition. Celebrate the season – and the amazing talents of these entertaining young men!

Veterans Memorial – USO Show
Sunday, November 9, 2014 at 6pm

Let us bring you back to the early days of the USO when entertaining the troops quite often meant being on the front lines of combat for comedians and musicians trying to help soldiers forget about the torment of war – even if just for a short time.  Performers that ranged from the most famous faces in Hollywood to those just beginning their careers went to where ever troops were stationed to entertain the servicemen and women in every branch of the military. Our salute to you – our veterans. Thank you!