Lunar New Year is celebrated by hundreds of millions of people in Asia and around the world and is celebrated to mark a year full of good fortune, wealth and longevity through the lunisolar calendar. This year the celebration is The Year of the Pig. Scottsdale Fashion Square enjoys celebrating Lunar New Year and cultural diversity to ensure our guests, including the Asian community and visitors alike, are welcomed during...
Why stick with the expected this Valentine’s Day? Take the one you love on an exciting adventure for an unexpected look at the real west with a visit to Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West (SMoW for short!).
Now through April, SMoW is open late -- until 9 p.m. -- on Thursday night and is the perfect venue for date night for the next 12 Thursdays! Plus, this year Valentine’s Day is on Thursday, Feb. 14.
SMoW is a hidden gem nestled in the heart of Old Town’s Art District and surrounded by...
To show appreciation for federal government employees, Arizona Science Center and Children's Museum of Phoenix are offering free general admission during the government shutdown.
Effective immediately, the Children’s Museum of Phoenix will be offering free general admission to all federal employees affected by the government shutdown for themselves and four guests. A valid federal government employee I.D. is required.
At the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum, one of Phoenix’s top-rated attractions, you can get up-close and personal with combat aviation history.
Godspell, the first major musical by Wicked composer Stephen Schwartz, has entertained audiences around the world--and now it is Phoenix's turn.
Under the direction of Producing Artistic Director Michael Barnard, Godspell features Michael Sample, "Che" in the 2016 production of Evita, in the role of Jesus. Rounding out the cast are Chanel Bragg and leading man James Gish from this year’s Newsies. It’s an all-star cast for this Tony Award-winning, family-friendly musical.
Due to outstanding advanced sales, Godspell has extended for one additional week, opening April 18 and running through May 20. Tickets start at $29 and are available to purchase by phone at 602.254.2151 or by visiting phoenixtheatre.com