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Cave Creek Balloon Festival

May 16th, 2018

Enjoy a beautiful summer night outdoors with Cave Creek’s annual balloon festival at Rancho Manana Golf Course. From 5:30 to 10:30 pm, you can enjoy the stillness and beauty of hot air balloons in our own desert sky. Not only do you get to enjoy watching the glow of balloons grace into an abyss, but you also get an eccentric firework show, live music from local bands and delicious food! In celebration of Memorial Day weekend, you will find red, white and blue everywhere so feel free to show your American pride and stunt our nation’s colors! Before the balloons go up at 7:30 pm, you can enjoy... Read More

Just Peachy: Peach Festival Schnepf Farms

May 9th, 2018

Get sticky and enjoy the sweet and rich flavor a peach brings at Schnepf’s Farms’ annual peach festival; a yearly festival focused on the celebration of the softest, and sweetest fruit- a peach. Here you will enjoy a variety of peach dishes; both sweet and savory, all while enjoying a beautiful sunny day in Arizona. You can start off your morning bright and early with a to die for, “Peachy Pancake Breakfast”, a 9’’pancake with freshly picked and cut peaches, whip cream and other delicate toppings with a side of sausage. (Tip: you can order a gluten-free pancake option as well)! After... Read More

Desert Night Cinema

May 1st, 2018

Sit back and enjoy the magic of a movie theater under the stars with The Desert Night Cinema. An event located in Arizona’s own beautiful Desert Botanical Gardens. Whip out your blankets and comfy chairs and enjoy classic movies in a beautiful hidden garden. The event takes place on Thursdays each month; a few upcoming dates feature E.T. (May 3rd ) Grease (May 10th ), and future movies and dates are still being determined. So make sure to check their website at; to find out which movie will be played on what day. You can even vote for your favorite... Read More

Art of Ice Cream Experience

April 25th, 2018

An Instagram-worthy ice cream museum has popped up in Scottsdale and is here until June 30th! Although they are closed on Mondays, they are open Tuesday- Sunday from 11 am to 8 pm. The exhibit features several rooms with different ice cream inspired decor; such as their ice cream cone room, a banana split and even a pool full of sprinkles (just to name a few)! You have 60 minutes to enjoy and take in the colorful and delicious surroundings. Each room was specifically designed by an artist that specializes in the art of ice cream. Artists such as Dawn Bowman, Katie Von  Kral and several more are... Read More

A Deadly Event

April 18th, 2018

Fight to survive and get a taste of what a real-life zombie apocalypse is like in Zedtown. An event hosted by an Australian company that turns the world around you into a destroyed, apocalyptic city overflowing with zombies. The rules are simple, shoot and kill the zombies or die trying. The games’ story takes place within the city. An outbreak has just occurred, and you must survive the next four hours as you wait for the evacuation team to arrive and help you escape! Make it out and survive the night and you win! Although the game is deadly, the event is incredibly fun and safe! Zombies... Read More

Scottsdale Culinary Festival 40th Anniversary

April 11th, 2018

Rain or shine, the Scottsdale Culinary Festival will be occurring this weekend, Saturday April 14thand Sunday April 15th. The two-day-long event is an incredible experience for everyone, especially food lovers! The festival is a food haven for all styles of food. Some of the wonderful styles feature American, BBQ, Latin, European and several more. They even feature big restaurants such as Grimaldi’s and have a dedicated street for desserts and sweets for those of you with a sweet tooth! Hidden in the sea of food, are culinary demonstrations and contests, a beer garden and 21+ liquid lounges... Read More

Pride Festival

April 4th, 2018

Celebrating their 37th year, The LGBTQ community and their allies, are rallying together in a two-day long celebration, to honor and commemorate their struggles and celebrate love and acceptance. The festival is a burst of color and life. It is full of nothing but positive vibes. Over 35,000 people attend the event each year. With over 2,000 participants; the parade itself starts at 3rd street and ends at Steele Indian School Park, where the heart of the festival continues. The parade includes vibrantly decorated floats, vehicles and cheerful and dancing walkers.  They even accommodate the parade... Read More

A Walk Into Culture

March 28th, 2018

  Open year-round, and free every Thursday night from 6:30 – 9:30 pm, The Scottsdale Art walk is an incredible and unique event great for all ages (including your little ones). For forty years, this art show has been entertaining hundreds of tourists and locals every single week.   The Scottsdale Art walk is a local event that shows off the incredible art from talented, local artists. You can stroll through up to one hundred beautiful galleries and shops; and peruse an artist’s craft. The walk has vast styles of art that come from different cultures. Many of the artists use Native... Read More