10 Things To Do This Week: Nightlife


There’s never a dull moment in the Valley, and this week is no exception. With festivals galore, live performances, stand up comedians and great sporting events, there’s an array of unique events going on this week that you can’t afford to miss out on.  Featured below are the top 10 things to do this week in the Valley!

1. Urban AZ R&B Music Festival 


Located in Phoenix at the Celebrity Theatre, The Urban AZ R&B Music Festival, presented by UrbanAZ.com, and is something you have to check out!  On Friday, the event will feature a fantastic headlining set by Keith Sweat, Mint Condition, Joe and Avant.  On Saturday, headlines will include Carl Thomas, Case, J. Holiday, and Silk.  There’s a little bit of something for everyone, so don’t miss out this weekend!

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2. Arizona BBQ Festival 


How does trying samples of just about everything barbecue you could possibly want for just $2 sound?  If you’re a huge BBQ fan, then don’t miss the the Arizona BBQ Festival this Saturday, April 5.  Featuring cooking demonstrations, live country and rockabilly music, a kids zone and all the barbecue you can imagine, the Arizona BBQ Festival is the place to be.  Redneck attire is encouraged, along with a traditional bullet for the “best mullet” contest.  Grab your family and friends, and come out to Salt River Fields at Talking Stick this Saturday for this epic BBQ extravaganza.

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3. Phoenix Pride Parade and Festival 


With the theme, “Be Heard, Stay Strong, Be You,” this two-day gay pride celebration is anticipating about 30,000 people in attendance.  Featuring live entertainment and dancing, an arts expo, food trucks, a kids zone, and a health and wellness pavilion, this will be a sight to see.  The parade will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, and the festival will kick off from noon-9 p.m.

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4. Coyotes vs. Oilers


What better way to spend your night than cheering on your Phoenix Coyotes to victory?  Come out and support your Phoenix Coyotes this April 4 at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale!

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5. David Guetta at Maya Day + NightClub


Who says you can’t party during the day like it’s nighttime? Grammy-Award winning David Guetta is performing at the Maya Day + Nightclub this Sunday, April 6 at 11 a.m.  This pool party will be a concert to remember!

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6. Greg Proops 


You may recognize the name from his performances on the hit show “Whose Line Is It Anyways?”  Greg Proops will be hitting the Arizona stage from April 3rd-5th at Stand Up Live in Phoenix, and you don’t want to miss it. This hilarious improv comic will keep you laughing all night long.

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7. Phoenix Film Festival 


For the 14th year running, Arizona’s biggest film festival will show more than 150 films over the sequence of eight days. Come out and be one of the 25,000 other people in attendance!  It’s such a unique festival, you don’t want to miss out!

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8. Coyotes vs. Jets


What better way to spend your Tuesday night than watching hockey?  In other Hockey news, come out and support your Phoenix Coyotes as they take on the Jets this Tuesday, April 1 at 7 p.m. at the Jobing.com Arena in Glendale.

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9. Los Angeles Clippers vs. Phoenix Suns


Come out and cheer your Phoenix Suns to victory this Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the US Airways Center in Phoenix! A night full of basketball is always a fun night!

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10. Phoenix Bikefest


This free event brought to you by Area Harley Davidson Dealers offers guests the chance to emerge themselves into the life of motorcycles while also providing with live entertainment, Bike Shows, live music, and food and drink vendors.  One is even able to be daring at this event and get the chance to test drive a motorcycle. Featuring Arizona’s very first “ride through bar,” this April 4-6 is ready to showcase Arizona’s very first Bike Fest the right way!  Whether you’re a bike enthusiast or your friends are, this is a good time for everyone.

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