Cajun bites, a craft beer festival and a food truck-fed outdoor movie in the park top our things to do in Phoenix this weekend. Get the details here:
Sip craft brews from local breweries and national favorites at this beer lovers' festival. Admission includes 10 four-ounce samples, plus complimentary bites from Salt Tacos y Tequila and more foodie spots Westgate Entertainment District. Guests can also get competitive with a game of life-size beer pong, cornhole and more.
Bites 'n Brews Craft Beer Festival
If you love the flavors of New Orleans, you're in for a treat. The twist: This is the Southwest, after all, so food samples from local spots such as Angry Crab Shack and Honey Bear's BBQ are infused with local flavors as well. Grab some crawfish, catfish, lobster mac, jambalaya and much more while enjoying a taste of Cajun music and culture.
One part picnic, one part concert and one part outdoor movie viewing, this cinema series in Phoenix returns for a cool evening of food and fun. Order food truck fare to bring back to your picnic blanket, and enjoy a lineup of local musicians before a showing of Dirty Dancing.
Street Food Cinema
Herberger Theater Center's annual celebration of National Poetry Month features fresh choreography from Center Dance Ensemble in its one-day dance performance, held in the intimate Kax Theater.
Herberger Theater Center, 222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix
Some festivals are food, some for music - and some designed just to make you laugh. The Phoenix Improv Festival showcases the art of improv with troupes from Phoenix and across the nation. Join the unscripted fun one day or over the three-day event.