Whether you immerse yourself in a new culture, lace up your dancing shoes, or try out a new restaurant, Phoenix events will have you eating, drinking, and dancing your way through the weekend:


Brazilian Day Arizona Festival

September 22


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Immerse yourself in Brazilian culture this Saturday at a family-friendly event for all ages. Enjoy a kids corner, listen to live music in the lawn, watch a Brazilian drum parade, and try the country's authentic food and drink.  

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
7380 E. 2nd Street, Scottsdale


Phoenix Children’s Festival

September 22


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Round up your crew and head to the heart of downtown Phoenix for the Phoenix Children's Festival. Make your way through themed zones of fun, food and interactive experiences for children and families alike. Take a break from the adventurous activities to quell your hunger at a food truck or say hello to special guest Peppa Pig. 

1 E Washington St, Phoenix


Summer Ends Margarita Mojito Festival

September 22

Raise a glass to lower temperatures at the Summer Ends Margarita Mojito Festival. Back for it's third year, the festival will offer tastings of craft margaritas, mojitos, micro brews and Mexican beers, and more. Get your hands on a cool, refreshing cocktail or grab a snack from a food truck all while listening to music from live artists.

Sloan Park
2330 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Mesa


La PHNKRA Music Fest

September 23

Celebrate the talented Latinx music community at the inaugural edition of this festival featuring bands and DJs that play rock en español, cumbia, banda and other genres.

Monarch Theatre
122 East Washington St, Phoenix


Firebird Music Festival

September 23

Music lovers unite for the inaugural Firebird Music Festival, featuring unparalleled performances from Grammy Award-winning artists. Firebird infuses jazz and R&B genres for a day of interactive experiences, cutting-edge technology, and creative freedom for artists. Festival-goers are embraced and provided with an atmosphere to connect with artists who inspire them against the picturesque red skies of Scottsdale. 

Westworld of Scottsdale
16601 N Pima Rd, Scottsdale


Arizona Restaurant Week

September 21-30

Release your inner foodie this weekend. Over 200 Arizona restaurants invite you to indulge in three gourmet courses for just $33 or $44 per person. So whether you're craving sizzling Southwestern or Southern comfort food, a Phoenix favorite or a new local joint, you should start prepping your taste buds now.

Check out all the participating restaurants.