Events

Best Holiday Events in Glendale Arizona

Enjoy the holiday season – the hustle and bustle, hot chocolate, gift-giving, visits with family and friends, and holiday lights. Here is a list of the best holiday events in Glendale Arizona. Don’t miss the glittering magic of Glendale Glitters.

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Arizona’s Christmas City – Prescott

If you are having a hard time getting into the Christmas Spirit in the Metro Phoenix/Scottsdale area while enjoying warm sunny days and surrounded by cactus, then maybe you should consider a short trip to Arizona’s Christmas City, Prescott, AZ.

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Cubs Predict Cubs will Flatten the Indians in Game One of the World Series

Williams, Ariz. (October 25, 2016) – Bearizona may be responsible, in part, for the infamous Curse of The Billy Goat finally being broken. Bearizona worked with Cubs manager Joe Maddon to surprise Cubs players in the pre-season with a visit

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Arizona New Year’s Eve Celebrations and Parties

Arizona New Year’s Eve Celebrations & Parties: Your 2016/2017 NYE Events Guide is chalk fun of the best parties in AZ from Phoenix, Scottsdale, to Flagstaff!

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Halloween Events in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sedona, Prescott, Flagstaff 2016

Looking for 2016 Halloween Events in Phoenix and throughout Arizona? We’ve got your Guide to what’s going on for Halloween in Phoenix, Scottsdale,  Sedona, Prescott, Flagstaff and Tucson!  Be sure to check back often as we will continue to add

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Enchanted Pumpkin Garden in Carefree 2016

Enchanted Pumpkin Garden in Carefree 2016 – Whimsical pumpkin carvings from master sculptor Ray Villafane! New in 2016 will be the unveiling of Ray’s life size scarecrows which are hand sculpted mostly of organic materials.

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Exposures Gallery Fall Artists Shows 2016

Exposures Gallery Fall Artists Shows. 2016 marks the 20th Anniversary of this special gathering of artists. Awarded 25 Best Galleries in America!

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Labor Day Events in Arizona: Concerts, Festivals & Weekend Ideas

Labor Day Events in Arizona include everything from concerts, festivals, Hawaiian Luaus, fairs and more! Take a look at these great weekend ideas in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sedona, Prescott, Flagstaff, Tucson and everywhere in between! Check out our list of 2016

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Medieval Fun at the Renaissance Festival

Looking for an uplifting good time? It’s easy! Take a trip Back in Time to the wildly popular and entertaining Arizona Renaissance Festival. This Festival transports visitors to an European style fair filled with an agreeable rabble of knights, rogues,

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Film Festival in the Red Rocks of Sedona

The Grammy Award winning rock/pop band Chicago will open the 22nd annual Sedona International Film Festival with a benefit concert on Friday, Feb. 19 at the Sedona Performing Arts Center, kicking off nine days of 160 documentaries, features, shorts, Academy

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Veterans Day Parades Events in Phoenix & Across Arizona

Here is a list of Veterans Day Parades Events in Phoenix Arizona as well as other cities across the state. From guest speakers, live performances, parades and more, be sure to check back for more Veterans Day Parades Events in

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MIMFEST 2015: Outdoor Music Festival in Phoenix

The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) presents MIMFest 2015, a weekend-long celebration of music from around the world. Extraordinary local, national, and international musical acts will perform on three stages, offering guests a one-of-a-kind musical experience. MIMFest 2015 is inspired by

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MIMFest Outdoor Music Festival

Following the success of MIMFest in 2014, the Musical Instrument Museum’s (MIM) inaugural music festival, the two-day outdoor event returns to the museum parking lot on November 7 and 8. Local, national and international musical acts will perform on three

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Sedona Arts Festival – Celebrating the Arts for 25 years

Bringing some of the nation’s finest artists to Red Rock Country, the Sedona Arts Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 10 and Sunday, Oct. 11 at Sedona Red Rock High School, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road, in

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Harold’s Corral 80th Anniversary Celebration

One of the state’s oldest restaurants — where several Western movies were filmed, Dick Van Dyke played the drums (pictured above), and four Steelers Super Bowl parties were held – turns 80 years old in September. Iconic Cave Creek Restaurant

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