Events

Search our guide to what's happening around Arizona. (Want your event listed? Send an email to Noah Austin at [email protected] Be sure to include the dates of the event, public contact information (phone and/or website) and a brief description.)

  • Northern

    1. 7th Annual Celebrate! Quilt Camp & Show : Flagstaff

      June 27 to June 30

      928-526-9403 www.celebratequilts.com

      Odegaard’s Sewing Center hosts this premier show and camp, with quilt classes, lectures, a retreat, a show, national and regional teachers, giveaways, and show and tell.

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    2. 17th Annual Flagstaff Folk Festival at Coconino Center for the Arts and the Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum : Flagstaff

      June 30 to July 1

      www.flagfolkfest.org

      More than 150 musicians perform on five different stages, with live acoustic music by individuals, group acts, fiddlers, folk singers, string bands, jam sessions, and workshops for playing and songwriting by Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music.

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  • Eastern

    1. Annual Show Low Deuces Wild Rodeo at Village Arena : Show Low

      June 29

      928-537-3883 www.deuceswildrodeo.us/

      Cowboys and cowgirls from Arizona and surrounding states compete in events including bull riding, barrel racing, bareback riding, team roping, saddle bronc riding and tie-down roping.

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  • Central

    1. "Mary Poppins" at Arizona Broadway Theatre : Peoria

      June 1 to June 30

      azbroadway.org/event/mary-poppins/

      Mary Poppins magically appears just when she’s needed most, leading the Banks household on zany adventures with chimney sweeps, shopkeepers and an assortment of astonishing characters.

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    2. 35th Annual Phoenix Volleyball Festival : Phoenix

      June 28 to July 1

      www.volleyball-festival.com

      Watch more than 7,000 youths from more than 700 teams from 25 states compete across 80 courts at the Phoenix Convention Center and Talking Stick Resort Arena.

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    3. 131st Annual Prescott Frontier Days & World's Oldest Rodeo : Prescott

      June 28 to July 4

      928-445-3103 www.worldsoldestrodeo.com

      The Prescott Rodeo Grounds presents eight rodeo performances, Arizona’s largest rodeo parade, a kiddie parade, an arts and crafts show, food and rodeo dances.

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    4. Nashville Gold – 50 years of country music : Prescott

      June 29

      928-777-1370 www.Prescottelkstheatre.com

      Elks Theatre features the music of the greatest country artists of all time. Each facet of country music is included — from the kings and queens of country to musical outlaws, urban cowboys and honky-tonk heroes.

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    5. "Tough as Nails" at Mesa Arts Center : Mesa

      June 29 to June 30

      619-322-4178 www.cazodance.com

      The Nesbitt-Elliott Playhouse hosts encore performances of this true full-length dance story of a couple's six-year journey through brain tumor surgeries and starting a family. Both performances are at 7:30 p.m.

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    6. Suds & Slides at Riverview Park : Mesa

      June 30

      www.sudsandslides.com

      Riverview Park (2100 W. Rio Salado Parkway) hosts this summer-camp-themed event for grown-ups from 5 to 10 p.m. It features water slides, beer, spirits, camp-themed games and food. Tickets are $15 online or $20 at the gate. Ages 21 and older.

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    7. Westgate Wednesdays : Glendale

      June 6 to July 25

      www.westgateaz.com/summer

      Westgate Entertainment District hosts free summertime fun every Wednesday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Fountain Park, near the AMC theater. Events feature unique family-fun experiences with different themes, live music, prizes and games.

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    8. H2Oasis at CityScape Phoenix : Phoenix

      June 9 to August 11

      www.cityscapephoenix.com

      June 9, July 14 and August 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., CityScape hosts giant inflatable water slides and other family-friendly activities. There is a $5 minimum cash donation, with all proceeds being donated to the Safety Around Water program.

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  • Southern

    1. Concert of Mexican Music: "Cantos de Mi Gente" : Nogales

      June 29

      520-287-2521 consulmex.sre.gob.mx/nogales

      The Santa Cruz Foundation for the Performing Arts (348 Naugle Avenue) and the Consulate General of Mexico hosts this 7:30 p.m. concert featuring acclaimed Sonoran pianist Hector Acosta. Free admission; seating is limited (doors open at 7:15 p.m.).

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