As they say, the show must go on. And that is exactly why Zoppé: An Italian Family Circus is back in Arizona and introducing its Multimedia Drive-In Show starting Dec. 26 via nightly shows and daily matinees.
See & Do
The best to see and do in Arizona.
After launching its first GeoTour more than a year ago, Visit Mesa has officially debuted the second tour with the help of Geocaching HQ. The Geotrail offers fun, family-friendly socially distant activities with stops along the way on the new Fresh Foodie Trail.
While Arizona doesn’t exactly have a reputation for conventional Christmas staples, the state does boast a number of charming cities and towns that transform their main streets into holiday wonderland’s come winter.
Do you have a resolution to pursue painting or be a better cook in the new year? Kick off 2021 with these can’t-miss Valley classes that promise a good (and safe!) time alongside new skills.
Beauty and Propaganda, a new lifestyle salon, is making its debut in late January in the Grove on Hayden shopping center in Scottsdale. The one-stop shop offers its guests the ultimate “me-time” pampering experience with services like manicures, pedicures, blow-outs, tanning and eyelash extensions.
From the world’s largest drive-through animated light show to a larger-than-life candy wonderland, Tempe’s events calendar is chock-full of festive fun this holiday season.
As the weather cools down and the holiday season is in full force, consider maximizing your time outside—and enjoy some COVID-friendly fun—by visiting one of Arizona’s stunning outdoor shopping centers.
On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me…a facial and a pedicure? Yes, please. Dec. 7 kicks off Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia’s 5 Days of Joya holiday promotion–and you don’t want to miss it.
Seeking a unique, exclusive experience this holiday season? These Valley resorts are offering buyout packages that allow your quaranteam a truly memorable way to savor the season.
From socially distant Santa photos to dazzling drive-through holiday light displays, the Valley is full of safe-yet-festive fun that proves even 2020 can’t stifle the holiday spirit.