Things To Do In Phoenix August 2017

Dated: 07/26/2017

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Every Friday & Saturday night

Desert Ridge Marketplace Concerts

Free concerts on two stages in North Phoenix atDesert Ridge Marketplace.

Various dates in August & September 

Sun Devil Football

Arizona State University’s football team competes for PAC-12 glory at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, AZ.

May 25 - August 4

Chill Studio SK8

Indoor pop-up skating experience with synthetic ice-like surface, skate rentals, music and lights, cabana rentals. Special events such as skate-in movies, teens-only nights, tot sessions. Shops at Norterra, North Phoenix.

July 21- August 23

Arizona Cardinals Training

Camp Practice Sessions

Watch the open practice sessions atUniversity of Phoenix Stadiumin Glendale. Free admission.

August 4, 11, 18, 25

Live & Local Fridays

Local bands perform in the evening in air-conditioned comfort at theScottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Family-friendly, general admission seating.

August 5

Writers Expo + Artist Showcase

Bloggers, songwriters, authors, poets network, promote, showcase, and find new collaboration opportunities.

Graduate Tempe.

August 5

Prowl & Play at the PhoenixZoo

Guided night hike along the darkened trails of the Zoo and find out what sort of silly antics the “animals” are up to when no one is around. Water fun, train rides, music and games.Phoenix Zoo.

August 5, 6

Experience the Andes

Music and culture from the longest mountain range in the world, which extends from north to south through Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina. South American dance and musical performances, instrument-making crafts.

August 11

City Lights Movie Nights

Bring a chair or blankt to watch a free, family-friendly out door movie atCityScape Phoenix. Come early to grab a spot. Prizes, giveaways.

August 12

Summer Movies in the Park

Pre-movie entertainment, games, and a featured film. Food trucks. Bring a blanket. Flatiron Community Park, Apache Junction.

August 18

Movie Nights at the Ballpark

Park concessions will be open. No alcohol, glass containers or chairs may be brought into the event. Factory sealed, pre-packaged single serving snack items permitted. One factory sealed plastic water bottle not more than 1 liter in size per person. Free.Goodyear Ballpark.

August 18

Science With a Twist

TheArizona Science Center in Downtown Phoenixopens it doors one evening per month for an adults-only experience (21+), with lectures, music and scientific fun. Ticketed event.

August 25 - 27

Hell City Tattoo Festival

A Phoenix tattoo convention held in central Phoenix. Get tattooed, enter tattoo competitions, attend educational seminars, visit the Heck City kids area and more.

August 26

Miss Native American USA Pageant

AtTempe Center for the Arts.

August 26, 27

El Zaribah Corn Fest & Arts

and Crafts Show

Food, corn for sale, craft vendors, music prizes. Free admission. Phoenix.

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