Top 10 Things To Do this week in the Phoenix: Nightlife

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There’s always something fun going on in the Valley of the Sun, and this week is no exception.  Whether you’re looking for a sporting event, a concert, a comedy show or a festival, this week has it all!  Featured below are the top 10 events to check out this week.

1. Detroit Pistons vs. Phoenix Suns


Calling all Suns fans!  Come on out to the US Airways and support your Phoenix Suns March 21 at 7 p.m. What better way to spend your night?

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2. Kings of Leon


This Wednesday, March 19 at the Ak-Chin Pavilion, the Kings of Leon will give a memorable performance in the Valley of the Sun.  Most known for their hit songs “Use Somebody” and “Sex on Fire?”, the Kings of Leon concert will be a night you cannot afford to miss!  Accompanying Kings of Leon will be the Local Natives. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets are still available, so grab a blanket and sit on the lawn seating or enjoy a front row seat to these two hit bands!

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3. Coyotes vs. Bruins


What better way to spend your Saturday night than watching hockey?  Come cheer on your favorite Arizona hockey team this weekend at the Arena in Glendale.  The game will start at 8 p.m.

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4. The Great American BBQ and Beer Festival 2014


Looking for a fun food festival?  With over 20,000 pounds of barbecue and 200 kegs of beer, the Great American BBQ and Beer Festival is a must-attend festival.  Pack some comfortable blankets and lawn furniture and come hungry to this delicious festival.  Attendees will also be able to listen to music from several different entertainers until 8 p.m.

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5. Lady Antebellum


This country band is ready to rock the Valley all night long.  With their platinum album “Need You Now” and multiple Grammy’s awards on their shelves, this talented group is a must this upcoming weekend.  The concert will take place this Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Ak-Chin Pavilion. Come out for a fantastic Country music-filled night!

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6. Arizona Dragon Boat Festival 


Come out and celebrate the Chinese traditions in a fun and unique way!  With paddlers coming from around the whole world to be involved in this festival, it is certainly a sight to see! This two day rowing event in Tempe is a competition consisting of 16 members in each ridiculous and extravagant boat all ready to row their hearts out!  Don’t miss out this Saturday and Sunday at the Tempe Town Lake from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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7. Chelsea Handler 

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If you have seen E’s “Chelsea Lately,” you’ll know you can’t afford to miss Chelsea on her trip through the Valley.  This Saturday, March 22, Chelsea will be on stage at the Comerica Theatre at 8 p.m., supporting her recent bestseller “Uganda Be Kidding Me.”  Laugh the night away with this hilarious star!

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8. Cher Concert


Cher is back and she’s better than ever!  Cher will perform at the US Airways Center in Phoenix this Saturday, March 22.  If you’re a true Cher fan you’ll show your spirit by sporting an awesome costume or wig to dance the night away to some of Cher’s oldest and newest hits!

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9. Arizona Scottish Gathering & Highland Games 


Don’t miss out on it’s 50th year of the Arizona’s Scottish Delegates and Highland Games. During this annual gathering, Arizona’s descendants of the Scottish will showcase their heritage.  Jam out to some celtic folk rock or drink malts all day long this Saturday, March 22, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Steele Indian School Park.

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10. Late Night Catechism III


What better way to spend your Saturday than laughing the night away?  This Saturday, March 22, at 8 p.m. at the Scottsdale Center For Performing Arts, come watch the hilarious sequel to Late Night Catechism.  During the show, Sister teachers the audience some life lessons about love and marriage in the most hysterical of ways. Open to all faiths and ages, this performance is appropriate for everyone and will keep all audience members laughing for hours.

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