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Herberger Theater Festival of the Arts

The ninth annual Festival of the Arts is slated to make its return this weekend. The event celebrates the thriving art community in Phoenix, and will feature 25 arts organizations, live music, food, craft beer and wine tasting, and vendor booths, among dozens of other fun activities. Admission to this family-friendly event is free, and the celebration will run from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, click here.



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Scottsdale Fall Festival

Haunted forests, candy game booths and costume contests—oh my! This year’s Scottsdale Fall Festival will be held at Eldorado Park and is expected to spook, surprise and delight all attendees with dozens of family-friendly activities and a dazzling firework show to conclude the night. Admission is free. For more information on this seasonal event, click here.



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Wicked Ball at Talking Stick Resort

The wildly fun Wicked Ball will take over Talking Stick Resort this weekend—literally. The three-room bash is expected to feature everything from a carnival room to an outdoor ultra-lounge. EDM superstars, Adventure Club, will entertain guests with electric performances and heart-pounding music sets. Attendees are encouraged to “get their spook on,” and come decked out in their most creative costume. If your costume is crazy enough, you might even have the chance to take home a share of $10,000 cash. Now, that’s something to celebrate. Admission tickets start at $50. For more information on this event, click here.



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All Things Comedy Festival Presents: Stand Up Live – All Star

It’s all kicks and giggles at the All Things Comedy Festival – Stand Up Live “All Star” event at the Orpheum Theatre this weekend. This comedy-inspired event will be hosted by KUPD’s John Holmberg and is expected to feature the acts of comedic legends like Ari Shaffir and Theo Von, to name a few. For more information on this lively event, click here.