Police tribute band performs Oct. 2 during Eastmark Home Tour weekend

The band considered to be one of the most authentic Police tribute bands in the world is scheduled to perform at Eastmark’s First Friday Concert Series on Oct. 2.

A Police-tribute band performs 6:30-9 p.m. at The Eastmark Great Park, 10100 E. Ray Road in Mesa. (Submitted photo)

A Police-tribute band performs 6:30-9 p.m. at The Eastmark Great Park, 10100 E. Ray Road in Mesa. (Submitted photo)

The Police Experience performs 6:30-9 p.m. at The Eastmark Great Park, 10100 E. Ray Road in Mesa. The Police were one of the top bands in the 1980s.

A food truck line up will include the flavors of Latin America from L.A. Roots, a variety of grilled burgers from Burgers Amore, delicious pizza from Charred Woodfired Pizza and ice cream from The Neighborhood Treatery.

Beer and wine will be available for purchase for those 21 and over and proceeds will benefit Save the Family. Cash and credit cards accepted.

Those who attend are asked to bring blankets, jackets, low-back chairs and picnic baskets. For general safety concerns, Eastmark requests that guests to please leave dogs at home.

Admission is free and the event is open to the public.

Eastmark will also offer home tours Oct. 2-4, beginning with “Eastmark After Dark” on Oct. 2.

“Eastmark After Dark” will feature more than 50 quick move-in homes as part of the Home Tour Weekend.  From 4 to 7 p.m., Eastmark’s builders will have their models open for tours before the free concert begins in the Great Park.

Guests can begin their tour at the Eastmark Community & Visitor Center, 10100 E. Ray Road, Mesa, for a map of homes.

Home Tours are also planned from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Oct. 3-4.  The new gated community, Innovation Park by Meritage, will also be open to explore, along with new neighborhoods in phase two.

Homes range in size from 1,500 to 5,700 square feet and in cost from the $200s to $500,000-plus.

The Queen Creek Independent is mailed each month to 24,000 homes.

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