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Tickets will go on sale to members who give $250+ annually on Tuesday, May 4 at noon.
Tickets will go on sale to the public on Thursday, May 6 at 10:00 a.m.
Members who give $500+ annually receive 10% off concert tickets.
Our Commitment to Your Health and Safety
We look forward to welcoming you back to enjoy a meaningful, safe, and fun experience. We have thoroughly reviewed our operations and implemented a number of measures to support health and safety, including:
*Tickets purchased under the same order will be seated together. To request to be seated separately, contact MIM’s Guest Service Team at 480.478.6000 or guestservice@MIM.org.
Ken Koshio was born in Japan and has traveled around the world as a singer and musician. Currently based in Phoenix, he creates fusion music with Native American artists and has produced a Japanese folktale musical story, Sakura no Ne (a collaboration with the Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix). Koshio has a certified teaching license of Hiroshima Jidaiko (indigenous Taiko drum) from the Hiroshima Preservation Society. He is the first person outside of Japan to receive this license.
Koshio also acts as a cultural ambassador of Japan and was recognized as Japanese Heritage PR ambassador by the Agency for Cultural Affairs (Bunka cho) in 2020. He believes that music and art are one of the great tools to communicate between cultures and languages.
Producer’s Circle member Tom G.