McDowell Mountain Music Festival

March 2-4

The annual McDowell Mountain Music Festival (M3F) returns this year with headliners Nick Murphy, Big Gigantic, Griz, Father John Misty, The Revivalists, Cut Copy, Gorgon City, O.A.R, Mura Masa, Dr. Dog, Jai Wolf, Washed Out and many more. 

Margaret Hance Park, 1202 N 3rd St, Phoenix
(602) 343-0453

mcdowell mountain music festival

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Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market

March 3-4

See more than 600 of the nation's most talented and successful American Indian artists in one place as they showcase their work from cutting-edge contemporary to traditional arts. The fair and market also includes cultural performances throughout the weekend.

Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Ave. Phoenix

Heard Museum Guild Indian Market

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Rockin' Taco Rumble

March 2

Hey, hungry taco lovers: It's your time to descend on downtown Phoenix for a festival and competition where attendees crown their favorite tacos in the People's Choice Competition. Sample your way through some of Phoenix's best taco slingers and enjoy craft beer, spirits and delicious desserts. 

Events on Jackson, 245 E Jackson St, Phoenix

Rockin Taco Rumble

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Melrose on 7th Street Fair

March 3

Have you explored Phoenix's Melrose district? It's a great chance to get out this Saturday as 200 local vendors and artists set up shop for a free, annual street fair. There's also food trucks, a beer patio, live music and a classic car show. 

7th Avenue and Indian School Rd, Phoenix

Melrose on 7th Street Fair

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First Friday

March 2

Whether you're a visitor or a downtown native, the streets and art galleries are wide open for you to explore during First Fridays, a self-guided monthly art walk. Artlink Phoenix's website has all the details on where to go and what to see after the sun sets, plus trolley tour stops. 

Roosevelt Row


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