The M3F Music Festival, Phoenix Flea, Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market and more highlight our top things to do in Phoenix this weekend.
M3F returns to downtown's Hance Park this weekend with Bon Iver, Rüfüs Du Sol, plus local acts and lots more.
67 W Culver St, Phoenix
Embark on a self-guided art tour along Roosevelt Row, the Grand Avenue Arts District and downtown Phoenix this Friday. Lace up your walking shoes or hop aboard a shuttle to experience the city's culture through exhibitions, pop-ups and performances on every corner.
Visit Artlink's website for maps, shuttle locations, and tips for a successful First Friday.
Put the pedal to the metal this weekend at Phoenix Raceway, where you can get up close and personal with your favorite NASCAR drivers and see some serious speed on the tracks, of course.
7602 S. Avondale Blvd., Avondale
More than 600 Native artists from 116 tribal affiliations return to the Heard Museum for the annual fair and market; one of the largest of its kind in the country. Live performances, storytelling, crafts, artist demonstrations and more are part of the weekend's festivities.
2301 N Central Ave, Phoenix
Your one stop shop for the coolest local clothes, trinkets, art and more returns. Phoenix Flea showcases more than 150 vendors at the beautiful Heritage Square.
113 N. 6th St., Phoenix
Central Phoenix's Melrose District hosts their annual festival featuring more than 200 local artisans, live music, Chester's Classic Car Show and lots more family fun.
7th Avenue between Indian School and Camelback roads
Over 20 Arizona breweries are showcasing their creations this Saturday, paired with some bites and live music.
Westgate Entertainment District
6770 N. Sunset Blvd., Glendale
Mago de Oz & Liran Roll at The Van Buren, Friday
The Allman Betts Band at Musical Instrument Museum, Friday
Bernadette Peters at Chandler Center for the Arts, Saturday
Drake Bell at Mesa Amphitheatre, Saturday
The Stone Foxes at Valley Bar, Saturday
Yacht Rock Revue at The Van Buren, Saturday