Through mid-December, there are a variety of holiday markets in Phoenix for filling those stockings during this season of giving. With bonuses like live music and warm drinks, these markets will make you feel especially festive while shopping small.
Arts & Culture
Today, 22 tribes and communities call Arizona home. November is Native American Heritage Month and an ideal time to venture out and experience the history, lands and contributions of these distinct tribal nations.
Two Valley authors have just released books into the literary space, both already notable best sellers offering thought-provoking, fresh ideas. Each book focuses on inspiring its readers, one offering self-exploration and creativity exercises while the other aims to help jumpstart a young reader’s love for books.
Farmer’s markets allow you to support small businesses in a fun, energetic environment. Here are nine of the best farmer’s markets in Arizona.
Though the temperatures are still dying down and the leaves have yet to change, Arizonans can enjoy the beginnings of fall with the start of the long-awaited art season. The special time of year is famous in the Southwest for its spectacular theater programs, dance performances and art exhibitions that come with the cozy season.
Taliesin West, the home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright, welcomes the new season with a variety of exciting youth and family programs as well as cultural and wellness experiences. Whether drinks at sunset or inspiring your inner architect are your vibe, join the more than 100,000 annual visitors by stopping by the UNESCO World Heritage Site this fall.
To mark the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, Tucson will launch its inaugural ¡Viva Tucson! Celebration, taking place Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. The city will celebrate with public displays of art, music, film and food as well as events to shine a light on the community’s Hispanic roots.
“Twas the Night Before…,” an acclaimed holiday theatrical from Cirque du Soleil, is coming to Arizona Financial Theatre in Phoenix for 14 stunning performances just in time for the holiday season. The show will run from Friday, Dec. 16, through Saturday, Dec. 24.
With the fall season upon us, it is time to plan how to spend those glorious days outdoors. Desert Botanical Garden is blooming with a variety of fall events–from pet-friendly experiences to live music to its famed Chiles & Chocolate.
Arizona’s newest performing arts organization, Mesa Jazz and Blues Theater, is set to makes it debut in October. The nonprofit was created for the education and preservation of America’s music: jazz, blues and R&B.