Find out what's happening this weekend in Phoenix. You can see some live music outdoors, experience the life of an astronaut and more. Find more things to do this weekend on our event calendar.
Time to shop: more than 150 vintage curators and handmade artisans from across the country will provide over 120,000 sqare-feet of shopping enjoyment. With a reputation for featuring quality vendors selling unique items and inspiring design, the market continues to be a popular attraction for vintage enthusiasts across the Southwest.
WestWorld of Scottsdale
16601 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale
All weekend long, embrace some island vibes with live music, pool lounging, fashion shows, sunset dinners, disc jockeys, fire-pits, art exhibits, educational seminars, shopping, and tropical cocktails curated by top mixologist at the Arizona Tiki Festival.
Hotel Valley Ho
6850 E. Main St., Scottsdale
The sensory-rich exhibit created by Lightswitch features design installations from industry professionals, renowned structural artists HYBYCOZO and Arizona State University's own rising stars in the field – students enrolled in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.
ASU Packard Garage
555 S. Packard Dr., Arizona State University, Tempe
Desert Botanical Garden’s newest art exhibition features large-scale living sculptures using florals and plant materials as the medium and desert elements as the inspiration.
Desert Botanical Garden
1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix
In honor of the 80th anniversary of Schnepf Farms, the Queen Creek mainstay introduces Schnepf Farms’ Agritainment Park. More than 25 rides and attractions are available, including a ferris wheel, bumper cars, forest zip lines, a petting zoo and roller coaster.
24810 S. Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek
Normally the streets of Tempe are flooded with runners paying home to Pat Tillman's legacy, but due to the pandemic, this year's Pat's Run will be virtual.
Socially distanced concerts are taking place more often now. Here's who you can see perform this weekend:
Restaurants are upping the ante with their events and presentation now that business restrictions have been lifted. Here's some of the one-time dinners and pop-ups you can experience this weekend:
FilmBar is continuing to show classic movies in the courtyard of downtown Phoenix's Pemberton. Here's what you can watch this weekend:
Friday: "Minari" | "Sixteen Candles" | "Dazed and Confused"
Saturday: "Minari" | "Dazed and Confused" | "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"
Sunday: "Minari" | "Sixteen Candles" | "Dazed and Confused"
FilmBar at Pemberton
1121 N. 2nd St., Phoenix
Through April 30
Desert Ridge Marketplace has a new interactive experience to enjoy while you shop. Snap shots under a floral fantasia filled with buzzing bees, bugs and blossoming buds near H&M.
Desert Ridge Marketplace
21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix
Through May 31
This original exhibition takes visitors on a visual journey that starts in Oklahoma Territory, where Smith was born and raised surrounded by Indigenous people and culture, to New York City where he would become a founding icon of mid-century modern art.
2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix
Through May 31
This limited-time engagement focuses on teamwork to solve problems, accurately perform tasks, and overcome challenges that an astronaut would face on a real mission to the cosmos.
Arizona Science Center
600 E. Washington St., Phoenix
Through May 31
The A Mountain Challenge is a two month hiking, walking or running challenge, where participants complete the challenge on their own schedule. Registration includes a high quality shirt along with prizes as you reach various climbing milestones. The more you climb, the more prizes you can win.
201 S. Packard Dr., Tempe
Through Sept. 26
Fearless Fashion: Rudi Gernreich explores the significant social and cultural impact of the work of Rudolph “Rudi” Gernreich (1922–1985), the acclaimed designer best known for innovative and body-positive creations such as the “monokini” topless swimsuit, the thong, unisex clothing, and pantsuits for women.
Phoenix Art Museum
1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix