Vintage and Vino Festival

Not sure what weekend events take place in the Valley? We rounded up some free festivals of art and music, major sporting events, and things to do outdoors, and plenty more. Keep reading to find your next favorite experience.

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1. Sip while you shop

Friday, March 31 to Saturday, April 1
Drink wine as you browse more than 100 vendors of vintage, antique and handcrafted furniture, jewelry, clothing, beauty products, home decor and other items.
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2. Jazz up your weekend

Friday, March 31 to Saturday, April 1
Enjoy jazz from more than 120 top local and national performers including Davell Crawford, Bob Fahey, Royce Murray and Sistah’s Too. Don’t forget the beer and wine garden. *Free Event!
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3. Stroll a major art festival

Friday, March 31 to Sunday, April 2
See more than 300 works from local and national artists, plus visit an artisan market, Kids Block, Chalk-A-Lot-Street, and plenty more fun activities. *Free Event!
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4. Rock the block

Friday, March 31 to Sunday, April 2
To celebrate the March Madness Final Four, enjoy three concerts that feature headliners like Aerosmith, Keith Urban, The Chainsmokers and others top acts. *Free Event!
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Want more Final Four fun? Click here to learn about Fan Fest and free entry to warm-up practices >>

5. Get ready for some football

Saturday, April 1
The arena football season starts up again as our own Arizona Rattlers take on the Wichita Falls Nighthawks in a fast-paced, hard-hitting game. Ticket start at just $10!
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6. Celebrate all things bicycle

Saturday, April 1
Watch the start/finish line of El Tour de Mesa, BMX Fresstyle demos and a custom bike competition. Spike your adrenaline at the Adventure Zone, go on a Historic Bike Tour and enjoy other fun bike-related activities. *Free Event!
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7. Gaze at stars and galaxies

Saturday, April 1
Get away from the Phoenix light pollution and use large telescopes to gaze at the heavens. The moon, Mars, Jupiter and Mercury will all be in view. *Free Event!
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8. Hear the world’s greatest symphony

Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2
Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is arguably one of the best ever written. Hear it in all its glory, live. The concert also includes powerful selections from Wagner operas.
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9. Attend a blossom bash

Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2
Walk amongst olive trees in beautiful bloom. You can also experience live music, food tastings, games, crafts, and more fun outdoor activities. *Free Event!
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Not a fan of olive blossoms? Want even more flowers? Attend shows for orchids or roses that also take place this weekend.

10. Inspect vintage cars

Sunday, April 2
See more than 80 vintage or otherwise rare cars before they set off on a 1,000 mile trip around Arizona. Talk to the owners and learn more about the vehicles. *Free Event!
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Hot Upcoming Events

Country Thunder

Thursday, April 6 to Sunday, April 9
Catch some of the hottest names in country music, including Chris Young, Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett and Blake Shelton.
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Bike festivals

Wednesday, April 5 to Sunday, April 9
Motorcycle fans get their pick of two festivals next week: Arizona Bike Week in the East Valley and Phoenix Bikefest in the West Valley.

Phoenix Film Festival

Thursday, April 6 to Sunday, April 9
Grab some popcorn and watch your pick of more than 175 movies across a range of genres. Plus, attend filmmaking seminars, parties and other events.
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FINAL CHANCES

Spring Training

Thursday, March 30 to April 1
Spring training wraps up this weekend. Make sure you don’t miss any of your team’s final games.
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Renaissance Festival

Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2
Visit a 16th-century village, watch real jousting, laugh at hilarious entertainers, eat turkey legs and discover plenty more adventure at the Arizona Renaissance Festival before it closes for another year.
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