Find out what's happening this weekend in Phoenix. You can go to a drive-in concert, shop for antiques and sip wine, or align your chakras with some goats.
As the weather cools off, head to Monroe Street near Cornish Pasty and Seamus McCaffrey’s to dine outside. You can bring your favorite takeout to the temporary activation, and eat on the streets of downtown Phoenix with no interruption. Imagine it like your own urban picnic.
Monroe Street near 1st Avenue
Friday: Sublime with Rome | Sunday: The Beach Boys
If you're missing live music as much as we are, then Concerts in Your Car should do the trick. For the next few weeks, some big bands are coming through to perform live at the Arizona State Fairgrounds, and you can enjoy the show from the comfort of your car. This weekend, catch Sublime with Rome on Friday, and The Beach Boys on Sunday.
Arizona State Fairgrounds
1826 W. McDowell Road Phoenix
Do some local shopping, see some live music, and sip on some wine. This biannual event features over 100 antique, handmade and vintage vendors. Masks are required and social distancing measures will be in place.
Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre
20464 E. Riggs Road, Queen Creek
Scottsdale Quarter is hosting its first-ever goat yoga session, hosted by Goat Yoga PHX. Enjoy a 45-minute session followed by some time to hang out with the goats. Due to social distancing, space is limited.
15059 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale
The Nash is hosting live jazz shows in the 5,000-square-foot garden at the Arizona Jewish Historical Society (with proper social distancing precautions). This weekend, enjoy the cool evening weather, and the sounds of Dave Henning Quartet with Eric Bart.
The Arizona Jewish Historical Society
122 E. Culver St., Phoenix
There's no better time than quarantine to finesse your gardening skills. The Desert Botanical Garden is continuing its plant sale this weekend, so you'll still have plenty of plants to choose from.
Desert Botanical Garden
1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix
We’ve got the lowdown on haunted houses, pumpkin patches, and more things to do for Halloween in Phoenix. Many of the attractions, including Fear Farm and Pumpkin Nights #AtThePrincess, have social distancing and cleaning procedures in order to make sure you enjoy your experience safely.
Drive-in screens are popping up all over town, showing blockbusters, new releases, cult classics, family movies, and more. So, whether it’s been years since you’ve been to the drive-in or it's your first time ever, now is your chance. Showings include "Captain Marvel," "101 Dalmatians," "Tenet," and more. Social distancing guidelines are strictly enforced.