The Southwest Cider Fest, International Archaeological Day, and PHX Zine Fest highlight our top things to do in Phoenix this weekend.
Experience the cheerful side of Beethoven with his Symphony No. 2, a piece whose difficulty and complexity marked a change in symphonies forever.
1 N. 1st Street Ste. 200, Phoenix
The Phoenix Rising FC take on the OKC Energy FC Oct. 18 at Casino Area Field.
Casino Area Field
751 N. McClintock Drive, Scottsdale
Get some local food and beer, hang out with dinosaur bones and speed date a scientist at the Arizona Natural History Museum.
Arizona Museum of Natural History
53 North Macdonald, Mesa
Get a taste of the best craft ciders in the Southwest at Phoenix's best cider spot.
31 S. Robson, Ste. 103, Mesa
Have an excuse to wear a thick sweater and see the Coyotes play the Ottawa Senators.
Gila River Arena
9400 W. Maryland Avenue, Glendale
Channel your inner Indiana Jones and head to Pueblo Grande Museum on Saturday for a day of family-friendly fun where you'll witness preservation techniques on the prehistoric platform mound, participate in a simulated archaeological dig, and do hands-on crafts inspired by archaeology and southwestern cultures.
Pueblo Grande Museum
4619 E Washington St, Phoenix
See the wealth of indie magazine creators and self publishers at this annual festival.
734 W. Polk Street, Phoenix
Spend a Sunday getting your zen on with this yoga fest, featuring workshops, food trucks, masterclasses and more.
2311 North Miller Road Scottsdale
Becky G at the Arizona State Fair, October 18
Phil Collins at Talking Stick Resort Arena, October 18
Dean Lewis at The Van Buren, October 18
Lil' Pump at the Arizona State Fair, October 19
Hobo Johnson at The Van Buren, October 19
Tyler, the Creator at Gila River Arena, October 20
Clairo at The Van Buren, October 20
Sum 41 at Marquee Theater, October 20
See what spooky things are going on this month.