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Things to Do This Weekend In Phoenix


Nov. 18-20

Check out the latest happenings in Phoenix this weekend. Live music is available, as well as the latest art exhibitions. You can find more weekend activities on our event calendar.

Gilbert Days Festival (Gilbert Regional Park)

This annual town festival features local businesses, live music, shopping, and a fun family area.

Gilbert Days Festival (Gilbert Regional Park)

American Cup Championship Horse Show (WestWorld Scottsdale)

Youth and amateur riders can show at the ACC Show at a beautiful venue. They also have the opportunity to have fun with other competitors.

American Cup Championship Horse Show

Peoria Art and Wine Festival (Centennial Plaza Park)

The festival’s inaugural edition will showcase 15 of Arizona’s best wineries and more than 40 artisans and crafts.

Peoria Art and Wine Festival

Dog Days in the Garden (Desert Botanical Garden)

Dog Days

Dog Days at The Garden invites you to bring your pet friend along for an “ultimate” nature experience. Take a walk on Saturday mornings through the Garden’s five theme trails and enjoy the Sonoran Desert beauty.

Herberger Theater Festival of the Arts (Herberger Theater Center)

Enjoy the arts in your community by attending performances by over 25 arts groups. These include live music, dance, performance art, children’s activities, and aerial performances. You can also adopt pets, eat craft beer, and taste wine.

Sidewalk Saturday Artisan Market (The Churchill)

Sidewalk Saturday Artisan Market Saturdays at The Churchill offers all the goods — music, food, and shopping — a celebration of community, connection, and artisans in downtown Phoenix.

There are more shows now than ever, including comedy and concert performances. These are the performers you can catch this weekend.

Sidewalk Saturday Artisan Market


* Dance Auditorium of Harlem, ASU Gammage

* Dillon Francis at Mullett Arena

* Mummenschanz, The Madison Hall for the Arts

* Music in the Desert Botanical Garden

* Rockin’ The Haven commendation To Styx at Casino Arizona

* Shakespeare’s Love’s Drudgery Lost in Taliesin West

* Steve Poltz at MIM

* Jane’s Compulsion at Footprint Center: The Smashing Pumpkins


* Cazo Dance Auditorium presents “Bloody Mary,” Tempe Center for the Arts

* Croce plays at The Vista Center for the Arts

* Hermanos Gutierrez at MIM

* Matthew Whitaker, Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

* Mummenschanz, The Madison Center for the Arts

* Rockin’ The Haven commendation To Styx at Casino Arizona

* Romanian Film Festival Arizona at Majestic Tempe 7

* Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost in Taliesin West


* Altan at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

* Arizona MusicFest Young Musicians Fall Concert @ MIM

* Brian Culbertson, Mesa Arts Center

* Mummenschanz, The Madison Center for the Arts

* Rockin’ The Haven commendation To Styx at Casino Arizona

* Romanian Film Festival Arizona at Majestic Tempe 7

* Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost in Taliesin West

* West Valley Symphony at The Vista Center for the Arts

Sports This Weekend

Local teams give it all. These are the teams you can cheer for this weekend.


* Phoenix Suns vs. New York Knicks(NBA)

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Moving Places: Transportation Technology (Arizona Science Center)

January 2nd through February 3rd

This exhibition will show you the future of transportation technology. The collection will show visitors how humans have created transportation methods to travel globally and beyond. Fly a plane, ride in a hovercraft or race your friend on a recumbent bike. Or learn how to fly an aircraft.

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You Can Hear The Song of This Town, Mr (Phoenix Art Museum)

March 12 – April 12

Phoenix Art Museum’s Mr.: You can Hear the Song of this Town is the first U.S. solo show in five years that exclusively features the imaginative and visually complex work of Mr., a contemporary Japanese artist. Mr. is a self-described member of otaku culture. Mr. is a feverishly-tinted artist who creates cartoon-like sculptures and paintings and video and installation works. These works combine high and lower cultures to explore themes of desire, fantasy, and trauma in Japanese society and a global audience obsessed with social media.

Phoenix Art Museum

Desert Dinosaurs (Phoenix Zoo)

April 30 –

This prehistoric adventure is a must-see. Giganotosaurus is one of the new additions, as well as a saber-toothed feline, sea scorpion, and terror bird.

Desert Dinosaurs

Rotraut at Desert Botanical Garden: Playing with Stars (Desert Botanical Garden)

Through May 14

Rotraut’s large-scale, bold sculptures will liven up the Garden trails. A selection of her paintings, as well as small sculptures, will fill the Ottosen gallery. Rotraut, a world-renowned artist based in Arizona, explores the energy and relationship between nature and the sky, sun, and universe.

Botanical Garden

Discover Treasures: Legendary Music Instruments (Musical Instrument Museum)

Through October 31, 2023

This exhibition features 28 new acquisitions as well as loans of historical importance. It allows guests to see some rare instruments of their type, including those owned by music icons such as Eric Clapton and Lionel Hampton.

Phoenix is an unforgettable destination for Tour, Trips and pleasure. The Sonoran Desert’s northernmost part is a paradise for outdoor activities such as hiking and biking. It also offers great sporting venues, historical places, and some of the most delicious margaritas in the country.

Legendary Music Instruments


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