Press RoomPhoenix Art Museum presents Amplified art+music festival on January 20 with co-headliners June McDoom and Little Jesus

Phoenix Art Museum presents Amplified art+music festival on January 20 with co-headliners June McDoom and Little Jesus

Dec, 13, 2023

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Phoenix Art Museum presents Amplified art+music festival on January 20 with co-headliners June McDoom and Little Jesus

Early-bird tickets now on sale to the one-day audio-visual event featuring regional and global musical acts, one-day-only art installations, specialty food and drink experiences

(Top left to right: Little Jesus, Courtesy of the artist; June McDoom, Photo: Bella Newman; Los Esplifs, Courtesy of the artist; Golden Boots, Courtesy of the artist; Glixen, Photo: Jesse Beecher; Pijama Piyama, Photo credit: Jarret (@ppuredevotionn)

PHOENIX (December 13, 2023) – On January 20, 2024 from noon–10 pm, sound and art will converge at PhxArt Amplified Vol. 3, an all-day, all-ages art+music festival at Phoenix Art Museum. The January event, made possible through the generosity of presenting sponsor Men’s Arts Council, marks the return of the audio-visual experience following a hiatus necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival is also sponsored by the Arizona Lottery, with in-kind support from Zia Records. This year’s Amplified is co-headlined by folk artist June McDoom and Mexico City-based Latin-indie band Little Jesus. The event will also feature an extensive line-up of musical, visual, and performance artists from across Arizona. Early-bird tickets are on sale here, with discounted pricing valid through January 7, 2024.

“We are thrilled to bring back PhxArt Amplified to the Valley of the Sun,” said Jeremy Mikolajczak, the Sybil Harrington Director and CEO of Phoenix Art Museum. “We are deeply grateful to our presenting sponsor Men’s Arts Council, whose generosity has allowed for the return of this beloved community event that celebrates art and music and spotlights the incredible talent of our local and regional artists. I also extend our thanks to Ultimate Playlist Powered by Arizona Lottery and Zia Records for their support of this unique arts-engagement experience.”

“As part of our ongoing efforts to engage with our community and increase accessibility to the Museum and the arts, Men’s Arts Council is honored to support this event and the participating artists,” said Devin Sreecharana, President of Men’s Arts Council.

For the most up-to-date information as additional bands and musical acts are confirmed, visit


Musical Artists

June McDoom (@junemcdoom) /// Little Jesus (@thelittlejesus)
Record Bar Radio (@recordbarradio) • Los Esplifs (@losesplifs) • Golden Boots (@goldenboots666) • Glixen (@glixen) • Pijama Piyama (@pijamapiyama) • Alex Castles (@alexcvstles) •
Terminal 11 (@terminal_11) • JPW (@jasonpwoodbury) • Weston Smith (@westonisweird) •
Josh Caballes (@joshcaballes) • Flower Festival (@fflowerfestival) • DJ Cervantes (@crvnt3sphx) •
DJ J-ME-LEE (@jmelee) • Djentrification (@djents) • Tatiana Crespo (@TatiCrespoArte) •
Slender Loris (@a_grand_apparatus) • Blq.Shmn (@_blq.shmn._) • Tony Obr (@tonyobr) • Polymyth ( • Davina (@davinadavi) • Jordi (@jordanrowley) • T4yana (@t4yana) •
Earthsurfaceopen (@earthsurfaceopen) • Noel (@fortyfive_rpm) • Layton.DJ ( •
Jijei (@jijei._) • RND1 (@_rnd1) • Esteban (@esteban.mp3) • Moreta (@moreta._) • G Benally (@itsgbenally) • Mo Maduro • Truvonne (@truvonne_) • Sure Son ( •
Bug Club (@dimitriam) • The Sunpunchers (@sunpunchers) • Raquel Denis (@raqueldenis_) •
Arouna Diarra (@arounadiarramusic) • Court (@djcourt_) • Apetight (@ishaboi)

COMING SOON – Ultimate Playlist (@ ultimateplaylistapp) Stage

The lineup of featured artists for the Ultimate Playlist Stage will be announced separately in the coming weeks.

Visual Artists

Installation from By Storm (@injuryreserve) • Jackie Brink (@drimbus_) • Shaunté Glover (@shaunte) • Morgan Leigh (@_morgan_leigh__) • Angel Robles (@thatoneflako) • Yvette Serrano (@yvette_serrano_) • Phil Steverson (@philsweak)

Performance Artists

Movement Source Dance Company (@movementsource) with musical performance by Megyn Neff (@megyneff) Ruby Morales (@rubezyo) with musical performance by Ernie Nunez (@ernthethird)

Early-Bird Tickets (pricing valid through January 7, 2024)
$30 // General public
$10 // PhxArt Members
$5 // Youth
Free for children 5 and younger

Regular Tickets (pricing from January 8-20, 2024)
$40 // General public
$20 // PhxArt Members
$15 // Youth
Free for children 5 and younger

Tickets available here.

High-resolution photography with image credits can be downloaded here. To request interviews, contact the Communications Office of Phoenix Art Museum at 602.257.2117 or For more information on the Men’s Arts Council, contact Holly Morgan at 480.888.6074 or

About Phoenix Art Museum
Since 1959, Phoenix Art Museum has provided millions of guests with access to world-class art and experiences in an effort to ignite imaginations, create meaningful connections, and serve as a brave space for all people who wish to experience the transformative power of art. Located in Phoenix’s Central Corridor, the Museum is a vibrant destination for the visual arts and the largest art museum in the southwestern United States. Each year, more than 300,000 guests engage with critically acclaimed national and international exhibitions and the Museum’s collection of more than 20,000 works of American and Western American, Asian, European, Latin American, modern and contemporary art, and fashion design. The Museum also presents a comprehensive film program, live performances, and educational programs designed for visitors of all ages, along with vibrant photography exhibitions made possible through the Museum’s landmark partnership with the Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona. To learn more about Phoenix Art Museum, visit, or call 602.257.1880.

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