Phoenix Pride Festival, the Phoenix Lights Festival and First Fridays Art Walk highlight our top things to do in Phoenix this weekend.
The local LGBTQ and allied communities come together at this annual two-day festival will include more than 150 performances across five stages, Sunday's Phoenix Pride Parade, an arts expo and more than 300 exhibitors featuring food, shopping and community resources. Headliners include JoJo, Kim Petras, Amara La Negra, Ada Vox and more.
Steele Indian School Park
300 E. Indian School Rd, Phoenix
Lace up your walking shoes and embark on a a self-guided downtown art tour this Friday. Experience the city's spirit and culture through hundreds of exhibitions, galleries, and food trucks lining the streets.
Visit Artlink Phoenix's website for the details on where to go and what to see after the sun sets, plus trolley tour stops.
Phoenix Lights Festival
Phoenix Lights returns for their fifth year this weekend at Wild Horse Pass. The EDM festival's performers include Big Gigantic, A$AP Ferg, Claude VonStroke, Vanic, Excision, GRiZ, and more.
The Park at Wild Horse Pass
19615 S 48th St, Phoenix
Opens Friday, on display through September 29
Be among the first to experience the Heard Museum's vibrant new exhibition this weekend. Color Riot! How Color Changed Navajo Textiles celebrates the timeless Navajo textiles and is an opportunity to see these colorful and symbolic items. Featuring more than 80 Navajo textiles from prominent private collections, you'll see how innovation and individualism became a hallmark of Navajo design.
2301 North Central Avenue, Phoenix
Catch a Game
Two seasons end and one begins this weekend: The Suns play their last home game against the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday, while the Coyotes finish off their season against the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday.
After a road trip to start the season, the Diamondbacks make their 2019 Chase Field debut this weekend against the World Series champion Red Sox.