Halloween activities are just a few of the treats in town this weekend. Explore arts and cultural events, including new gallery exhibitions and performances, on our top things to do in Phoenix this weekend:

Celebrate Halloween

Don your costume and find your haunt on our roundup of Halloween events, including family-friendly trick-or-treating, bar crawls, festivals on the farm and horrifying haunted houses. You can also connect with the spirits (and a little Phoenix history) on Orpheum Theatre Ghost Tours, running daily through Saturday.

Tolmachoff Farms corn maze via facebook

Tolmachoff Farms corn maze via facebook

Monster Mash Music Festival: October 31-November 1

It’s a Halloween weekend of rock at Tempe Beach Park. Tickets are sold out for Monster Mash Music Festival’s Saturday show, which boasts the band Tool’s only scheduled stage performance for 2015. However, you can catch Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan with his other group, Puscifer, on Sunday’s lineup. As of posting this, tickets are still available for November 1, which also includes performances from Linkin Park, Rob Zombie and more.

80 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe 85281
480-829-1300

Frida Kahlo: Her Photos: Opening October 31

Mexican artist Frida Kahlo was best known for her painted self-portraits, inspired by a tumultuous life and suffering after an accident. Now, a special collection of photographs, previously locked away in her former home, offer an intimate glimpse into Kahlo’s life and cultural context. You can see more than 240 of them at the Heard Museum as the traveling exhibition opens this Saturday.

2301 N Central Ave, Phoenix 85004
602-252-8840

Ballet Arizona’s Coppélia: October 29-November 1

In the light-hearted Coppélia, Ballet Arizona tells a tale of love-struck youth, a diabolical inventor and life-size dancing dolls. Bring the family to enjoy this comic ballet performed with the sounds of the Phoenix Symphony at Symphony Hall. Coppélia features evening shows Thursday and Friday, with additional afternoon performances over the weekend.

75 N 2nd St, Phoenix 85004
602-381-1096

coppelia arizona ballet

Coppélia presented by Ballet Arizona. Photo via Facebook

Take 10 by Cheech Marin at the Mesa Arts Center: Through January 24

Works by more than 30 prominent Chicano artists are on display in Take 10, an exhibit drawn from the private collection of comedic actor Cheech Marin. The oil, acrylic, glass and watercolor pieces exemplify the bold colors and imagery of Chicano art. The gallery, like others at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum, is free to visitmake it a day and see Chicano State of Mind and 10 Pick 10, exhibits curated to highlight Chicano culture and artists.

1 E. Main St, Mesa 85201
480-644-6500

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