Though the beloved Labor Day weekend may be over, fall activities and events are just getting started. Whether you’re looking to rock out at a concert or spend an afternoon at the circus, there is certainly no shortage of fun things to do around the Valley this weekend (Sept. 7 to Sept. 9).
Whether you live and breathe for the Arizona State Sun Devils, can’t wait to cheer on one of this seasons visiting teams or you’ve been counting down to #footballseason because you know it means falling leaves, candy corn and cooler weather, we have your guide to tailgating in style at ASU.
Between what to wear, where to park and, most importantly, what dip and mayo-loaded salad to bring, there can be a lot to think about gearing up to game day. Maybe you aren’t trying not to embarrass your kids at parent’s weekend…. let’s break it down.
Happy Labor Day weekend! Whether you want to kick back with a beer and the first football games of the year at your favorite bar or head out on a jeep tour of Sedona, your Labor Day weekend is sure to be exciting. Here’s what’s going on this weekend in the Valley (August 31 to Sept. 3.)
FlowRider Sessions at Westin Kierland Resort and Spa
One of Arizona's longest-running haunted houses, The Crypt, The Asylum and The Chaos Maze (CarnEVIL) is now open, with all new scares to torment those who dare enter.
The Crypt is the first haunted attraction that’s filled with ghouls, ghosts and the departed that are just waiting for you to join them in the dance of the dead. If you dare go deeper, you’ll find yourself at The Asylum, where you’ll meet Dr. Vantas test experiment patients, who might make you test experiments of their own. The deepest you can go in The Crypt is The Chaos...
We’ve got comedy shows, sporting events, dance lessons and a starlight railroad tour (with specialty cocktails we may add). This weekend is sure to be jammed packed with exhilarating activities. Here is what’s going on in the Valley August 24-26.
“Rose and Walsh” at Theatre Artist Studio
At the Theatre Artist Studio in Phoenix, Neil Simon’s last play is a hilarious...