[Feb 14-24] Where Wild West meets upscale arts, culture and fine dining. The largest event of its kind in the world, the show attracts hundreds of thousands of spectators. Exciting competitions, gala parties, educational seminars and an international cuisine court, the event features more than 300 vendor booths.Read More »
[Feb 16-24] A week of roping competitions, a two-day all-Native American rodeo, parade, also Maple Leaf Classic Roping; nationally recognized Mike Cervi Jr. Memorial Roping with the nation’s top ropers; barrel racing; roping and a Ranch Rodeo with real working ranch cowboys.Read More »
[Feb 23-24] An independently week-long culinary event, a showcase of Arizona's finest independent restaurants, chefs, wineries and a collaboration with Phoenix Art Museum.Read More »
[Feb 18-24] Single Action Shooting Society’s National Championship of Cowboy Action Shooting, competitive events, displays of period militaria, exhibitions of western skills and crafts, and 100 western vendors.Read More »
[Feb 23-24] Vegan food trucks, small bite samples from vegan restaurants and food purveyors, an artisan market featuring vegan-friendly food and products, and a kid's activity area.Read More »
Photos by Michael Buxbaum and Reg Madison
You’re invited to Arizona’s best events. Any day, all year long, you’ll find exciting events and extraordinary experiences throughout the state. Whether you’re jumping aboard the magical Polar Express train to visit Santa, taking part in local traditions, eating (or drinking) your fill at a festival, or strutting your stuff at the world’s oldest continuous rodeo, there’s always something entertaining to see in Arizona.