Things To Do In Phoenix October 2017

Dated: 10/02/2017

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Every Sunday in October

6th Street Market

Original arts and crafts, live music, shopping. Family-friendly. Free admission.

Downtown Tempe.

October 6 - 29

Arizona State Fair

Rides, food, competitions, concerts, exhibits—two weeks of fun. Held at theFairgroundsin Central Phoenix. (Closed Mondays and Tuesdays)

October 7, 8

Arizona’s Ultimate Women’s Expo

Hundreds of exhibits of products and services including fashion, beauty, health, fitness, home, careers, financial planning, education. A full schedule of speakers on four stages, book signings, celebrity appearances, and cooking and design demonstrations, including design experts providing tips on preparing your home for the holidays.

Phoenix Convention Center.

October 14

Best of Phoenix A’fare

Food, beer and wine sampling. 21+ only. Phoenix.

October 14, 15

Arizona Taco Festival

Competitors will cook Tacos and related dishes. Vendors. Admission charge plus tickets charge for samples.Salt River Fields, Scottsdale.

October 21

Front Porch Festival & Old Towne Marketplace

Shopping, crafts, hands-on activities and more. Catlin Court and Old Towne,Historic Downtown Glendale. Free admission and parking.


October 21, 22


Carnival; live entertainment; fine arts and crafts; a pumpkin patch, train rides; inflatables; hay rides, and a food court with beer and wine garden. Anthem Community Park.

October 27 - 28

Howl-o-Ween at The Phoenix Zoo

Look out for zombies, witches, vampires and other frightening characters hiding around every corner.

October 28

Cave Creek Wicked

Trick or treating at businesses (come in costume) along with live music, events and food along Cave Creek Road. During the daytime,enjoy community-wide trick or treating, arts and crafts at Frontier Town, fire and police fun; games, haunted house and more;children and pet costume parades, horse costume contest, a pub crawl and more.


October 1 - 31

MacDonald’s Ranch Pumpkin Patch

CLOSED on TUESDAYS. Admission price includes petting zoo, hay maze, panning for gold, western games, hayride to and from the pumpkin patch, train ride.

October 5 - 29

Schnepf Farms Pumpkin and Chili Party

Hayrides, roller coaster, swinging lady bugz, honeybee adventure, flying farmers ride, carousel rides, jumping pillows, petting zoo, country road rally, rock climbing wall, miniature golf, bonfires, marshmallow roasting, corn mazes and much more. Fireworks show on Friday and Saturdaynights.

October 1 - November 5, 2017

Tolmachoff Farms Pumpkin Days & Corn Maze

A 6-acre family corn maze (search for pieces of your map as you walk through), mini corn maze (perfect for little ones), petting zoo, train ride,jumping pillow, haunted corn maze, pedal carts. Extra charge for pumpkins and train rides. Check online for discount coupon. Tolmachoff Farms also is the place for thehaunted attraction, AZ Field of Screams, weekend nights.


Sept 29 - November 4

13th Floor Haunted House

Two attractions covering 60,000 square feet, each inhabited by unfortunate souls, living and dead, will transport you to new levels of horror. Not recommended for small children.

Sept 22 - November 4

Fear Farm

Fear Farm is more than 30 acres with five horrifying experiences. This year there are five horrific haunts: Slaughterhouse, Undead, The Bunker, Mouth of Madness, and Legends: Goatman, Phoenix Haunted Hayride. Not recommended for small children.

Sept 22 - Oct 31

Scarizona Scaregrounds

Featuring two haunted houses.Epic Fearplays on the dark and scary of what nightmares are made of.Slayer’s Slaughter Housewill be a window to all that is gory and twisted. Scarizona Scaregrounds will also feature an interactive paintball attraction known asOperation Zombie Storm. Sixteen-passenger military trucks will take people on a treacherous route through a wave of zombies. The only weapons passengers will have to fend them off is a paintball gun. Live music on the weekends and, for the adults, the Cemetery Beer Garden, trivia and other entertainment. Fast Pass available.

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