ALL UPCOMING PHOENIX EVENTS
January 14, 2019 - January 20, 2019
- Oct 22, 2018 - Oct 28, 2018
- Oct 29, 2018 - Nov 04, 2018
- Nov 05, 2018 - Nov 11, 2018
- Nov 12, 2018 - Nov 18, 2018
- Nov 19, 2018 - Nov 25, 2018
- Nov 26, 2018 - Dec 02, 2018
- Dec 03, 2018 - Dec 09, 2018
- Dec 10, 2018 - Dec 16, 2018
- Dec 17, 2018 - Dec 23, 2018
- Dec 24, 2018 - Dec 30, 2018
- Dec 31, 2018 - Jan 06, 2019
- Jan 07, 2019 - Jan 13, 2019
- Jan 14, 2019 - Jan 20, 2019
- Jan 21, 2019 - Jan 27, 2019
- Jan 28, 2019 - Feb 03, 2019
- Feb 04, 2019 - Feb 10, 2019
- Feb 11, 2019 - Feb 17, 2019
- Feb 18, 2019 - Feb 24, 2019
- Feb 25, 2019 - Mar 03, 2019
- Mar 04, 2019 - Mar 10, 2019
- Mar 11, 2019 - Mar 17, 2019
- Mar 18, 2019 - Mar 24, 2019
- Mar 25, 2019 - Mar 31, 2019
- Apr 01, 2019 - Apr 07, 2019
- Apr 08, 2019 - Apr 14, 2019
Chicago White Sox
Kansas City Royals
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Los Angeles Dodgers
San Diego Padres
San Francisco Giants
Camelback Ranch - Glendale
Maryvale Baseball Park
Peoria Sports Complex
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
Tempe Diablo Stadium
Hear the stories pottery sherds have to tell archaeologists when theses pieces of the past are rediscovered and studied. Fragments: Broken Bowls Tell More Tales, is a temporary exhibit at Pueblo Grande Museum that
Hear the stories pottery sherds have to tell archaeologists when theses pieces of the past are rediscovered and studied. Fragments: Broken Bowls Tell More Tales, is a temporary exhibit at Pueblo Grande Museum that explores researchers use sherds to uncover a variety of details, such as how the pottery was made, used, and where it was produced. These details aren’t always obvious during examinations of gorgeous whole pottery vessels.
Visitors typically see the most unique and complete pottery vessels of a museums’ collection on display. They seldom see, or know about, the thousands of broken pottery fragments called ‘sherds’ that are preserved in storage. Using local and traded examples, Fragments invites visitors to see how sherds help archaeologists piece together new ideas about the ancestral O’Odham, more commonly known as the Hohokam. The exhibition also features sherds that connect the Hohokam with their neighbors across the Southwest and northern Mexico during the time of the European Renaissance. Visitors can listen to local Native perspectives on archaeology and cultural preservation while experiencing traditional O’odham songs that tell of the mountains surrounding Pueblo Grande and their deep connections to past, present, and future O’odham generations.
Fragments: Broken Bowls Tell More Tales is on display through July 2019 and is included with regular Museum admission. This exhibit is the result of collaborative efforts between the City of Phoenix, Pueblo Grande Museum, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Arizona State University’s School of Human Evolution and Social Change, and Stax3D.
For more art around town, visit our events page.
October 26 (Thursday) 7:00 pm - August 31 (Saturday) 4:45 pm
Pueblo Grande Museum Archaeological Park
4619 E Washington St., Phoenix, AZ 85034
Teotihuacan was the first, largest, and most influential metropolis on the American continent. In its heyday between 100 BCE and 650 CE, the city encompassed an area of 20 square
Teotihuacan was the first, largest, and most influential metropolis on the American continent. In its heyday between 100 BCE and 650 CE, the city encompassed an area of 20 square kilometers with a population of more than 150,000. Both the inhabitants of Teotihuacan, its original name, and why the city was abandoned around 650 CE are still unknown. When the Aztecs, coming from the north in the first half of the 14th century, discovered its abandoned ruins on the Mexican Central Plateau, they named it Teotihuacan, the place where gods were born, and used it as the setting for their own creation myth.
Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire is a major traveling exhibition organized by the de Young Museum in San Francisco in collaboration with the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico. With more than 200 outstanding objects from the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City, Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire will provide a comprehensive insight into the art, everyday life, and religion of Teotihuacan, and its influence on other regions of Mexico. The exhibition will explore the archaeological history of the city through sculptures, friezes and murals; domestic objects including vessels and figures, stone carvings, masks, statues of gods and representations of animals; and extraordinary objects crafted out of precious materials including jade, obsidian, greenstone, and onyx.
Over the course of the exhibition, Phoenix Art Museum will partner with Arizona State University and its world-class archaeology faculty to create community-wide, all-ages programs to enhance visitors’ experience of these World Heritage archaeological treasures, on view for the first time in the state of Arizona.
October 6 (Saturday) 12:00 pm - January 31 (Thursday) 5:00 pm
Phoenix Art Museum
1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85004
You're invited you to see desert, light and sound unite in a mesmerizing display like never before. Cactus and desert become a living canvas in this nighttime experience, taking visitors on
You’re invited you to see desert, light and sound unite in a mesmerizing display like never before. Cactus and desert become a living canvas in this nighttime experience, taking visitors on an immersive journey through the garden using light and original music. This is Klip’s second garden installation; the first was at Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania.
Electric Desert includes seven site-specific locations, with each experience inspired by and related to the Garden. For tickets and additional information, visit the Desert Botanical Garden website. For more evening events, visit our events page.
About Klip Collective
Founded in 2003, Klip Collective is an experiential video shop that uses virtual reality, projection mapping, storytelling and soundscapes to create captivating, immersive sensory experiences on behalf of institutions, corporate clients and cultural partners. Philadelphia-born but globally based, Klip Collective has created projection experiences in a diverse array of environments across the world.
October 12 (Friday) 6:00 pm - May 12 (Sunday) 10:00 pm
Desert Botanical Garden
1201 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix, AZ 85008
Lights of the World is a unique international lantern arts festival that combines the age-old Chinese tradition of lantern festivals with modern cutting-edge technology and lights. The Lights of
Lights of the World is a unique international lantern arts festival that combines the age-old Chinese tradition of lantern festivals with modern cutting-edge technology and lights. The Lights of the World lantern displays extend from 18 to 60 feet, showcasing features of different cultures and civilizations around the globe. With 11 overarching exhibits and 75 stunning displays, Lights of the World promises an unforgettable exploration of global cultures and cuisine.
In addition to the stunning lights and lanterns, guests of Lights of the World enjoy an unlimited pass to ride as many carnival rides as you like. Your pass also includes admission to the nightly feature Show (Chinese Acrobats in December or Sea Lion show in January) Don’t miss this unforgettable opportunity to experience Lights of the World, the largest lantern festival of its kind.
December 6 (Thursday) 2:00 pm - February 3 (Sunday) 10:00 pm
Arizona State Fairgrounds
1826 W McDowell Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85007
With Valentine's Day looming, February is a month that makes us all take stock in our love lives. Whether you can't wait to shower your "bae" with affection or you
With Valentine’s Day looming, February is a month that makes us all take stock in our love lives. Whether you can’t wait to shower your “bae” with affection or you wish this whole month would eat dirt and die, this show is exactly what you need. It’s Not You, It’s Me is an improvised adventure into the modern dating scene and the age-old phenomenon that is falling in love.
For tickets and performance dates, visit the Phoenix Theatre website.
2 (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m. - 20 (Sunday) 10:00 p.m.
100 E McDowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Meredith Willson’s six-time Tony Award-winning musical comedy has been entertaining audiences since 1957, regaling them with the story of Harold Hill – the double-shuffle, two-bit, thimble-rigger con artist who rolls
Meredith Willson’s six-time Tony Award-winning musical comedy has been entertaining audiences since 1957, regaling them with the story of Harold Hill – the double-shuffle, two-bit, thimble-rigger con artist who rolls into River City station one hot Iowa summer. By turns wicked, funny, warm, romantic, and touching, The Music Man is American musical theatre at its best.
5 (Saturday) 7:30 p.m. - 27 (Sunday) 5:00 p.m.
Herberger Theater Center
222 E Monroe St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Barry Goldwater is best known as a U.S. senator, a man who dedicated his life to Arizona and was a gifted photographer. He was one of Arizona Highways magazine’s first
Barry Goldwater is best known as a U.S. senator, a man who dedicated his life to Arizona and was a gifted photographer. He was one of Arizona Highways magazine’s first and foremost photographers and his favorite subjects included the Grand Canyon and the Native peoples of Northern Arizona.
In collaboration with the Barry & Peggy Goldwater Foundation and Arizona Highways magazine, Scottsdale’s Museum of the West is proud to premiere Photographs by Barry M Goldwater: The Arizona Highways Collection. This exhibition will feature the largest collection of photographs by Senator Goldwater and include intimate family photos and personal items.
For tickets and additional information, visit the Scottsdale Museum of the West website.
January 6 (Sunday) 9:30 am - June 23 (Sunday) 5:00 pm
Scottsdale Museum of the West
The automotive event of the year returns to WestWorld of Scottsdale as Barrett-Jackson presents its Scottsdale Auction. Widely regarded as a barometer of the collector car industry, the auctions have
The automotive event of the year returns to WestWorld of Scottsdale as Barrett-Jackson presents its Scottsdale Auction.
Widely regarded as a barometer of the collector car industry, the auctions have evolved over the years into world-class automotive lifestyle events where thousands of the world’s most sought-after, unique and valuable automobiles cross the block in front of a global audience — in person and on live national and international television. Witness auction action at its best, capture the car of your dreams, learn more about collector cars through “Behind the Hobby” symposiums, mingle with celebrities, experience heart-stopping thrill rides in the latest vehicles from America’s top automakers, shop in the vast Exhibitor Marketplace and more.
12 (Saturday) 8:00 a.m. - 20 (Sunday) 10:00 p.m.
WestWorld of Scottsdale
16601 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Called “One of the West’s Premier Art Events” by Art & Antiques Magazine, the Celebration of Fine Art show takes place January 12-March 24, 2019. This juried, invitational show
Called “One of the West’s Premier Art Events” by Art & Antiques Magazine, the Celebration of Fine Art show takes place January 12-March 24, 2019. This juried, invitational show and art sale is where art lovers and artists connect, featuring 40,000 square feet of working studios and works of art by 100 renowned and emerging artists from across the country. The 10-week event enables visitors from around the globe to admire and acquire an unsurpassed selection of artwork in all mediums and styles. Plus, show guests have the opportunity to enjoy the hour-long Art Discovery Series each Friday starting at 4 p.m.
Seasoned art collectors and first-time buyers alike find the experience engaging and comfortable. Art lovers truly get to know the people making the art they love, and can even watch them work. Artists are creating continuously within their studios alongside thoughtfully curated galleries that not only invite conversation, but encourage visitors to return again and again. New works of art emerge frequently during the show, giving visitors even more opportunities to fulfill Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s prescribed daily requirements of artistic beauty while they search out artwork that will inspire for years to come.
January 12 (Saturday) 10:00 am - March 24 (Sunday) 6:00 pm
Celebration of Fine Art
18400 N Hayden Rd, Scottsdale, Arizona 85255