Our fall weather has been nothing less than perfect! Get out and enjoy our top things to do in Phoenix this weekend including a wild west fest, cultural celebrations and high-fashion gatherings.
Wild West Days in Cave Creek (October 31 – November 3)
Strap on your spurs and head to Cave Creek for the annual Wild West Days celebration, Arizona’s largest Western event. The four-day festival has family-friendly entertainment all weekend including rodeo events, live bull riding, mutton bustin for the kids, live music, bath tub races, historic costume competitions and lots more.
CALA PHX! Fest (November 1-2)
Local Latin American artists and musicians will be celebrated at downtown Phoenix’s CALA PHX! Fest, part of the month-long CALA Alliance Festival. The free street festival is open to the public and will take place between 1st and 3rd streets and Adams and Monroe and will feature Latin American-themed performances, music, and activities across four stages.
ALAC 2nd Annual: Viva La Vida: Dia de los Muertos Festival (November 1-2)
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos with the Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center in downtown Phoenix. Gather with the community for live entertainment and art demonstrations, food, traditional music and dance by local performers, children’s activities and community altars. The free festival is open to the public and takes place on Adams Street between 1st and 2nd streets.
Scottsdale Polo Championships (November 1-2)
America’s biggest polo event takes place this weekend in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains. In addition to eight world-class teams competing on the field, get a sneak preview of exotic cars from the Barrett-Jackson car auction and take in a Friday evening fashion show presented by Phoenix Fashion Week.
Navajo Weavers Marketplace at Heard Museum (November 2)
More than 50 Navajo weavers will be gathered at the Heard Museum this weekend to showcase and sell their unique creations. Collectors and weavers, both novice and experienced, won’t want to miss the lectures and demonstrations about this integral part of Navajo tradition and community.