Arizona Taco Festival, the opening weekend of Electric Desert at the Desert Botanical Garden and the inaugural Latino Pride Festival highlight the top things to do in Phoenix this weekend.
Saturday and Sunday
Tacos. There will be lots and lots of tacos. In addition to all the tacos, the festival features live music, Lucha Libre Wrestling, hot chili pepper eating contests, a chihuahua beauty pageant and more.
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
7555 N Pima Rd, Scottsdale
South Phoenix's Corona Ranch and Rodeo Grounds is the site of the inaugural Latino Pride Festival, where LGBTQ Latinos and allies will celebrate the culture and traditions of the Latino community.
Corona Ranch and Rodeo Grounds
7611 S 29th Ave, Laveen Village
Friday to Sunday
Greek tradition goes strong generation to generation. Greek Festival is a popular and my favorite event in October, showcasing the culturally diverse community we live in. #greek #greekfestival #phoenix #arizona #greekdance #greekdancing #batis85 #a7rii #autumnfestivities #autumnfestival #giggles #holdinghands #traditionalmusic #traditionaldance
Share in the rich history, culture and culinary delights of Greece with dance performances and family-friendly activities and more.
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral
1973 E. Maryland Ave, Phoenix
Friday to Sunday
Strap on your finest lederhosen and head to Tempe Town Lake for a weekend of revelry at the annual Four Peaks Oktoberfest. Beers, brats, polka, lots of local bands, carnival rides and more highlight the festivities.
Tempe Beach Park
80 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe
October 12 to May 12, 2019 (Excluding the month of December)
Light, sound and the desert landscape unite in a mesmerizing display at the Desert Botanical Garden's Electric Desert installation. It opens this Friday and runs through May 12 of next year (excluding December when the garden's annual Las Noches de las Luminarias takes place), but don't wait for the last minute: Tickets are required and they'll no doubt sell quick.
Desert Botanical Garden
1201 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix
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