Alabama and Clemson will battle for the College Football Playoff National Championship at University of Phoenix Stadium Monday night, but the fan festivities are happening all weekend in downtown Phoenix. Get the details on that and more of our top things to do in Phoenix this weekend.

College Football Playoff Championship Campus and Fan Festivities

January 8-10

This weekend, downtown Phoenix transforms into the Championship Campus. The weekend’s festivities include free concerts by Ciara, The Band Perry, Walk the Moon, John Mellencamp and more at AT&T Playoff Playlist Live!

In the Phoenix Convention Center’s north building, fans will find Playoff Fan Central, an interactive experience with games, exhibits, pep rallies and more.

Get the full details and discover things to do downtown here at our website.

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Final weekend for holiday festivities

Though the holiday season is in the rear view mirror, you can still get get your fill of seasonal cheer at the final weekend of CitySkate ice rink at downtown’s CityScape, Glendale Glitters lights display and ZooLights at the Phoenix Zoo.

Four Peaks Beer Extravaganza

January 8-9

One of Phoenix’s favorite local brewers will take over Second Avenue in front of Crescent Ballroom for two nights of brews, live music, food trucks, games and more.

Litchfield Park Native American Fine Arts Festival

January 9-10

More than 100 Native American artists and artisans will be on hand to showcase traditional and contemporary beadwork, jewelry, paintings, pottery and more.

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AZ Vegetarian Food Festival

January 9-10

Vegetarians get a food festival all to themselves this weekend at the Scottsdale Civic Center. Vegetarian companies and restaurants will come together for a weekend of food samplings, health and wellness vendors, live entertainment and more.

 

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