Find Your National Park in Arizona, Help Celebrate National Park Service Centennial
[Mar 31-Apr 2] Among the top 20 art festivals in the nation, 400+ national artists & craftspeople, traditional & ethnic foods, continuous entertainment on multiple stages, street fair atmosphere with street performers, hands-on activities for childrenRead More »
[Mar 31-Apr 1] Two PRCA rodeo performances featuring top-ranking Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA) contestants. Produced by Cervi Championship Rodeo with a live Ned LeDoux concert on Saturday night.Read More »
photo by Andy Gregory
[Mar 31-Apr 2] A fun-filled event that is jam-packed with youth basketball clinics, giveaways, concerts, special appearances and sports-related autograph signings - and various sports are represented in interactive games from all NCAA championships. Fans can even have their photos snapped with the NCAA Division I men's basketball championship trophy and pick up official Final Four merchandise and samples from NCAA sponsors.Read More »
The 2017 NCAA Final Four® semifinals and national championship games at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale may be the main attractions, but there’s plenty more for sports fans, music fans and families to see and do while they’re in town.Read More »
[Apr 2] Thousands of children who registered online will be given their own basketballs to dribble along a route ending at the entrance of Final Four Fan Fest presented by Capital One. This free event includes a complimentary ticket to Fan Fest.Read More »
You’re invited to Arizona’s best events. When? Any day, all year long. You’ll always find exciting events and unique experiences throughout the state. Whether you’re jumping aboard the magical Polar Express train to visit Santa, stargazing Arizona's dark skies, enjoying a day in the park at a festival, or strutting your favorite cowboy boots at the world’s oldest continuous rodeo, there’s always something lively and entertaining going on in Arizona.