[Dec 6-8] Now entering its second Quinquagenrary (that’s fifty year for the rest of us), the fifty-first annual Fall Tempe Festival of the Arts graces the streets of Downtown Tempe. Festival-goers and art fans alike delight in this three-day celebration that features 300+ juried artists from around North America, food, music, live entertainment and more.Read More »
[Dec 7] This must-see event is one of Prescott’s most beloved and time-honored traditions!Read More »
[Dec 7-8] Come admire, browse, and bring home some of the diverse arts created on the Colorado Plateau, from traditional weavings to contemporary paintings, as well as unique cards and gifts.Read More »
[Dec 7-8] Tour charming historic homes decorated for the holidays, set in one of Phoenix’s oldest and most desirable neighborhoods.Read More »
[Dec 7-8] Taste and buy a wide selection of savory and sweet homemade tamales, as well as tamale flavors available at Food City. Also live mariachis, ballet folklorico dancers, and other musical entertainment, vendor booths with jewelry, arts and crafts and more. Tamale-makers from local faith-based groups sell tamales to fundraise for their organization. Food City also sells tamales, menudo, carne asada burritos, durros, aguas frescas and champurrado (Mexican hot chocolate).Read More »
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.