Temperatures are on the rise, but we've got you covered. Welcome June to Phoenix by brushing up on your history skills, admiring unique art, or attending a performance this weekend.
This Arizona Biltmore kicks off their Happy Hour History Tours this weekend, where you are invited to raise a glass while brushing up on your history skills. Learn about the landmark's legendary Frank Lloyd Wright architecture and glamorous past through a 45-minute tour, all while sipping on the resort's most iconic libations.
2400 E Missouri Ave., Phoenix
As the sun goes down, the streets fill up as art aficionados and event-goers alike embark on self-guided art tours through the heart of Downtown Phoenix. Lace up your walking shoes or hop on a shuttle to experience the city's spirit and culture through hundreds of exhibitions, galleries, and food trucks lining the streets. Visit Artlink's website for maps, shuttle locations, and tips for a successful First Friday.
World renowned Artistic Director Ib Andersen brings his vision for dance to the desert one last time this weekend. This all-new sensory experience pushes the boundaries of contemporary ballet through a unique presentation of music and movement while embracing the beauty of the desert through the Garden's enchanting backdrop.
Daily until September 3
Explore the works of contemporary Native Alaskan artist, Nicholas Galanin at the Heard Museum this weekend. Galanin takes a multi-disciplinary approach to explore modern issues with authority, authenticity, and the American Indian experience. The museum invites viewers of all cultures to connect through compelling sculptures, videos, installations, and performance art.
Performances This Weekend
Diary of Anne Frank at Herberger Theater Center, Friday-Sunday
Rock of Ages at Mesa Arts Center, Friday-Sunday
Mary Poppins at Arizona Broadway Theater, Friday-Sunday
Big Fish at Hale Centre Theatre, Friday and Saturday