How will you celebrate the three-day weekend? Get the details on the Barrett-Jackson Car Show, Carefree Fine Art and Wine Festival, the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon, and more:
It's not just an auction, but a week-long lifestyle for collectors and enthusiasts. Head to Scottsdale for the final weekend of one of the world's premiere collector car events, complete with auctions, thrill rides in the latest vehicles, an exhibitor marketplace, symposiums and a chance to mingle with celebrities.
Westworld of Scottsdale
16601 N. Pima Rd, Scottsdale
Experience Spain at MIM
Travel to Spain without leaving Phoenix. Experience the country’s diverse cultural and musical traditions with interactive workshops, music and dance performances, cultural talks, and more.
Musical Instrument Museum
4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix
Fine art and fine wine make for a more-than-fine weekend. Shop for crafts, browse beautiful artwork and taste imported and domestic wine samples. General admission is just $3, but for $10, you can get your own engraved souvenir wine glass plus six tasting tickets.
101 Easy Street, Carefree
Even if you're leaving the running to others, there's still plenty of reason to lace up your sneakers and pound some pavement at the annual Rock 'n' Roll Marathon.
Post up at a viewing spot along the scenic course as it winds it's way through downtown Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe, or hit the road and catch live bands at every mile. There'll also be local cheer teams and themed water stations along the route. Plain White T's headline the day's entertainment.
Track your favorite runner, get information on road closures, and more here. The half marathon starts and finishes in Tempe, while the Marathon starts in downtown Phoenix and finishes at Tempe Beach Park.
Cirque Swan Lake
Experience Swan Lake in a whole new way as Troupe Vertigo brings this enchanting fairy tale to life alongside The Phoenix Symphony. Hear Tchaikovsky’s iconic score while hula hoops, contortionists, aerialists and jugglers perform the mystery and romance of Prince Siegfried and Princess Odette on stage (and 40 feet above it) at Mesa Arts Center.
Mesa Arts Center
1 E. Main St., Mesa