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Greater Phoenix enjoys blue skies and highs in the 60s and 70s during the winter months. Winter nights in the desert can get chilly, though the temperature rarely dips below freezing.
Explore our seasonal highlights below, or view our full event calendar here.
Nov. 4-Jan. 31: See millions of lights, hundreds of sparkling displays and more activities throughout the Phoenix Zoo via a drive-thru or walking experience.
Nov. 29-Dec. 31: See the Desert Botanical Garden glow with more than 8,000 hand lit luminaria bags and thousands of white twinkle lights.
Nov. 29-Jan. 5: Skate on a real ice rink on Downtown Phoenix's Central Avenue, transformed with a massive holiday tree and thousands of twinkling lights.
Nov. 29 - Jan. 11: A stunning, free display of 1.6 million lights illuminates 16 blocks of Historic Downtown Glendale.
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Jan. 11-19: The world-renowned car auction returns with hundreds of classic, collector, and exotic vehicles up for bid and display.
Jan. 31 - Feb. 3: The highest-attended event on the PGA Tour returns to TPC Scottsdale—home of the world-famous 16th hole.
November 7-10: The Charles Schwab Cup Championship is the culmination of the PGA Tour Champions road to the Charles Schwab Cup.
Feb. 8-9: Be awed by the athleticism and artistry of those competing in this annual Heard Museum event.
Feb. 8 - Mar. 20 (Weekends): Indulge in medieval revelry (and a giant roasted turkey leg) at this festival's arts village, jousting ring and more.
Feb. 8: Festival-goers will have a chance to sample from over 150 breweries from Arizona and across the country.
Feb. 8-10: Experience the sights, sounds and tastes of Chinese culture and cuisine at this annual festival.
Feb. 13-20: Enjoy exciting competitions, an international cuisine court and more than 300 vendor booths.
Feb. 15-17: The state's best mixologists convene for a weekend of parties and craft cocktails.
Feb. 22-23: Enjoy Arizona's best food and beverage amidst the beautiful backdrop of the largest botanical garden in the Southwest.
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.
Feb. 29-March 1: Live performances, culinary demos, fun family activations and appearances by professional baseball players.
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