PARKING – Teddy Swims

Friday, October 18
Doors: 8:05pm | Show: 8:05pm

Buy your advance parking before you arrive for the show!

Premium Parking: $20.00
General Parking: $8.00

There are a limited number of disabled/handicapped parking spots located in the Premium Parking Lot adjacent to the main entrance. You do not need to purchase premium parking to park in that spot. As long as you have your placard, you can purchase general parking and still park in that handicapped spot. These are available on a first come first serve basis. Please arrive early to ensure available parking.

Only one (1) ticket is needed per car

Please call RPM Ticketing at 480-656-9940 or email us at for any parking questions

Jaten Dimsdale, known by his moniker, Teddy Swims, is an American singer and songwriter from Atlanta, GA. Teddy grew up navigating different worlds: he was a football player, a musical theater student and the grandson of a Pentecostal pastor. Teddy was exposed to a wider variety of music than most “country boys”. In high school and over the next few years he was in several bands, genres ranging from 80’s hair metal, funk, modern metalcore, soul, and country alternative bands. These experiences make Teddy who he is as an artist. In March of 2019, Teddy went on his first US tour as a hip-hop artist with his best friend Addy Maxwell, which he describes as freeing experience, as he was able to continue to expand into uncharted territory. With this in mind, Teddy began to explore integrating the various genres he loved: metal, pop-punk, soul/funk, country, gospel, r&b, and show-tunes, into one genre that is Teddy Swims. Teddy is the accumulation of past projects. Swims stands for: someone who isn’t me sometimes, a reference to Teddy’s struggle to integrate the different parts of himself. For Teddy, the goal is to break barriers and bring people together. About the project, Teddy says, “There are no categories, no stereotypes, no statistic is a definite number. Until we learn to see every person as an individual, we will never truly reach unity.”
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