Updated: Nov 10, 2021
Discover what's going on this end of the week in Phoenix. You can see some unrecorded music (at long last!), see the most current workmanship shows and that's just the beginning. Discover more activities this end of the week
Observe Halloween and Dia de los Muertos
It may not be Halloween or Dia de los Muertos presently, however there's still a lot of occasions happening at present
Arizona Dance Festival
The Arizona Dance Festival will highlight 28 diverse dance specialists, organizations and dance producers, displaying a mixed assortment of movement and dance exhibitions from around the territory of Arizona (Phoenix, Tucson, Prescott, Flagstaff, and so on) and out of state. This remarkable setting will provide crowds with a sample of what's going on in Arizona's dance scene.
Tempe Center For The Arts
700 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe
An Evening with the Romantics
The Phoenix Symphony starts off its new season with this suggestion from Guiseppe Verdi's famous drama La Forza del Destino (The Power of Fate). Giora Schmidt, a musician portrayed by the Cleveland Plain Dealer as "difficult to oppose, enthralling with lyricism, apparent warmth, and limitless energy," takes on Tchaikovsky's glorious Violin Concerto. Shutting the program is Tchaikovsky's stunningly well known Fifth Symphony, a work so adored, it was performed on the radio during the attack of Leningrad in World War II to motivate Russian soldiers.
The Phoenix Symphony
1 N. first St. Ste. 200 Phoenix
33rd Annual Apache Leap Mining Festival
The Apache Leap Mining Festival includes an amusement park, merchants selling carefully assembled products, music and moving on Main Street; a yearly motorcade, with burros and large apparatuses and silly Chihuahua races, which highlight an overflow between the quickest little canine and the quickest Chihuahua. Live diversion will add to the cheery climate all through the occasion.
165 W. Primary St., Superior
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