The 25 Days of Christmas kicks into full gear this Tuesday, with the valley of the sun exploding with events! 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. and 5 to 11 P.M.: CitySkate at CityScape The Phoenix area gets its own outside ice skating rink to go along with the large Christmas tree for a sixth straight … Continue reading Tuesday, December 1st
Happy Thanksgiving! After you have stuffed your face with delicious turkey and pie, it’s time to go shopping! Here is a list of the Black Friday store hours and some of the best deals at each place for you to maximize your time. Target – stores opens at 6pm Blu-Ray/DVDs up to 90% off Video … Continue reading Thursday, November 25
Holly Golightly Where: Valley Bar When: Doors: 7:30 p.m. / Show: 8 p.m. Admission: $8 – $10 The British singer-songwriter comes to Phoenix. For those wondering, yes, Holly Golightly is her real name (her full name is Holly Golightly Smith). The Observer has hailed her recent release as one of 2015’s best. Zoo Lights Where: … Continue reading Monday, November 23
Literally the Worst Show Ever: V2 Happy Spanks-Giving at Valley Bar When: 8 p.m. Admission: $8-$10 Never thought you’d pay to see a terrible show? There’s a first time for everything. Comedians Erick Biez and Anwar Newton will bring their standup comedy to relieve you just before the coming weekend where you’ll most likely be … Continue reading Sunday, November 22
Pizza Festival Why wait until Thanksgiving to stuff yourself full of delicious food? The Phoenix Pizza Festival offers all types of pizzas, alongside beer, wine, live music and more. But you’d better hurry and get your tickets. They’re only available online! Where: Civic Space Park, Downtown Phoenix When: 11am-5pm Price: $10 Link: http://www.phoenix.pizza/ NovemBEER Festival More … Continue reading Saturday, November 21st & beyond
The Mayor’s Art Awards Phoenix Center for the Arts 6 to 9 p.m. $75 Meet at the Phoenix Center for the Arts Friday night to join in a celebration of local artistic talent. Each year, the mayor awards artists in visual arts, theatre, music, dance, public art and creative writing based on his or innovation, … Continue reading Friday, November 20 and more!
Well, even though Thanksgiving has yet to happen, it seems like the Christmas season is already upon us. Besides walking into a grocery store and seeing the holiday decorations, radio stations like 99.9 KEZ are already starting to play nonstop Christmas music! So, instead of trying to argue that it’s not even Thanksgiving, it might … Continue reading Thursday, November 19 (and beyond)
Woodchuck Beer Dinner @ Copper Blues Phoenix An alternative to Angry Orchard for cider fans and gluten-free drinkers, Woodchuck is the star at this dinner at Copper Blues. Usually known for its blues and comedy acts, the venue will be home to a six-course dinner. 6 p.m. $54 Great for: cider chuggers, fans of dinner theater … Continue reading Wednesday, November 18th (and beyond)
Take a walk through history, watch a dinner table conversation heat up on stage and more this weekend and beyond. Historic Roosevelt Neighborhood Home Tour When: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Admission: $12-$15 There may be new growth all around us in downtown Phoenix, but it’s important to remember what has been here before the new buildings. … Continue reading Sunday, November 15
Florencia en el Amazonas Symphony Hall 7:30 p.m. $25 to $135 Tonight is your chance to see the first Spanish-language opera commissioned in the U.S. Inspired by the work of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Florencia en el Amazonas is a tale of lost love, and a subsequent journey to find said love. Expect cholera, jungles and … Continue reading Friday, November 13 and more!