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Saturday, Sept. 22

 

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Photo courtesy of Bogomil Mihaylov on Unsplash.

Sinatra and Friends at Phoenix Symphony Hall

This experiential and sound-inspired event will feature a world-class performance from the Phoenix Symphony. Enjoy an evening of popular hits from artists like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr., to name a few. For more information on this event, click here.

 

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Photo courtesy of the Margarita Mojito Festival official website.

Summer End’s Margarita Mojito Festival

Bid farewell to summer in style at the Summer End’s Margarita Mojito Festival at Sloan Park Stadium. This event will feature more than 20 craft house infused margaritas and mojitos. With live entertainment and food trucks, this flavorful event is a perfect excuse to indulge in some of the Valley’s most delicious beverage creations. For more information on this event, click here.

 

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Photo courtesy of the Visit Phoenix official website.

ASU Arboretum Date Harvest Begins

The iconic Palm Walk at Arizona State University features Medjool date fruits on the date palms. At the ASU Arboretum Date Harvest, these dates will be sold from bulk harvest trays at $5 per pound. Phoenix’s own heritage dates, the Black Sphinx, will also be sold in limited quantities. For more information on this event, click here.

 

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Photo courtesy of the official Visit Phoenix website.

Brazilian Day Arizona Festival

The Brazilian Day Arizona Festival returns to the Valley once again. The festival celebrates every aspect of Brazilian culture. Expect indoor and outdoor family-friendly entertainment, workshops, live DJ’s, vendors, dance lessons and so much more at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. For more information on this event, click here.

 

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Photo courtesy of Reuben Mcfeeters on Unsplash.

Phoenix Children’s Festival at CityScape

The Second Annual Children’s Festival is free and open to the public. The event features sponsors, vendors, organizations and companies. The mission is to provide a family-friendly event that is filled with entertainment, and that will provide parents with information regarding the health, welfare and education of their children. Expect food, fun and attractions that are perfect for the whole family. For more information on this event, click here.