The event aspires to cultivate connections by bringing together community members, including downtown “movers and shakers,” city staff, political leaders, business owners, residents and urban agriculturalists over a delicious locally-grown and prepared meal.
Save Taco Tuesday for Friday this Cinco de Mayo.
The evening will feature bathtub gin, live music from the Local Socialites, dance lessons from the Dapper Manns, a 1920s-themed photo booth and vintage cars for decor.
In previous years, Phoenix House Festival has held their event at Eastlake Park, but for their 4th year, the festival is bigger than ever, hosting the event at Steele Indian School Park.
The festival will also feature international ensemble performances with a group of improvisers from countries including Canada, Finland, The Netherlands, Germany, Australia and the U.S.
If you’re still looking for an enjoyable and delicious place to celebrate (with no cooking or cleaning required,) we’ve created a list of some great spots for Easter brunch in downtown Phoenix.
The 4th Annual Pinewood Classic is ready to race its way back into downtown Phoenix. Organized by the folks at Short Leash Hot Dogs, the day of pinewood derby races will include events for both adults and children.
Thirty-three works from two of Mexico’s most famous artists, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera will be on display at the Heard Museum. Phoenix will be the only North American stop on the exhibit’s world tour.
Enjoy live music, refreshing drinks and small bites at a variety of restaurants and bars throughout the downtown Phoenix core while supporting the Phoenix Symphony programs.
From April 6 through 9, the second installment of the Bird City Comedy Festival will bring comedians and comedy acts from around the country to stages throughout central Phoenix.