Phoenix's weather is consistently perfect during springtime. Daytime temperatures loll around 80 degrees, while evenings are comfortably cool. Spring is when hikers hit the trails to see blooming cactuses and wildflowers, and baseball fans flock to stadiums across the metro area for Cactus League Spring Training.
Explore our seasonal highlights below, or view our full event calendar here.
Please note that events may be rescheduled or canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We do our best to keep event information accurate, but make sure to check with the organizers of the event before proceeding to purchase a ticket or attend the event.
Head to Phoenix Raceway for three days of NASCAR action, including Saturday's Xfinity Series Race and Sunday's main event.
American Indian artists, chefs and performers will share demonstrations and offer handcrafted goods for purchase.
The annual rite of spring returns with 15 Major League Baseball teams playing more than 200 games — all within a 45-minute drive of each other.
Come hungry for a weekend of food, fun and festivities as local and national chefs converge to serve up samples and cooking demos.
Each spring, the desert blooms with a rainbow of colors. Get the details on the best places to spot the beautiful flora.
The annual two-day events brings diverse LGBTQ+ and allied communities together for a weekend of camaraderie and celebration.
Indulge in a showcase of flavor when participating local restaurants serve up three-course, prix-fixe dining experiences for $33 or $44.
Enjoy a day out with the family and kids at these best places for a picnic in Phoenix, and where to pick up food before you visit.
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