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  • New Restaurants, Jazz Festival in Store for the Urban Wine & Jazz Walk

    Start spreading the booze (and hydrating now), because the favorite event of wine lovers across the Valley returns Saturday, May 6 — this time with 100 percent more jazz. Recently reimagined as the Urban Wine & Jazz Walk, the popular event returns for its seventh year to satiate the senses of day drinkers in Downtown Phoenix and beyond. The […] more >

  • Here’s Why You Need to Try Chico Malo in Downtown Phoenix

    Downtown Phoenix is home to a host of stellar bars and restaurants (here’s proof), but for years we’ve been missing one big thing: Mexican food. Thanks to the hard work of some fellow downtowners, this dining drought is now over. Chico Malo (“bad boy” in Spanish) recently opened its doors at CityScape Phoenix. Taking the […] more >

  • Just Announced: Lost Lake Festival Lineup Brings Chance the Rapper, The Killers, Major Lazer to Phoenix

    The lineup for the inaugural Lost Lake Festival in Phoenix has been announced. From Superfly, the creators of other major music festivals Bonnaroo and Outside Lands, the three-day music festival is slated to rock Phoenix’s Steele Indian School Park October 20-22. Over three days, festival goers can lose themselves in more than 40 musical acts, culinary experiences, […] more >

  • Downtown Living: en Hance Park Modern Condominiums

    Life at en Hance Park condos is like having front row seats to downtown's art and culture events. more >

  • New Things to See, Hear and Do at Viva PHX 2017

    Now in its fourth year, Viva PHX continues to provide us with near unlimited opportunities to discover. From talented musicians from around the world to amazing venues (and many a hidden track along the way), this is a true walking music festival that is best experienced than explained. There are at least 100 reasons to go to Viva PHX […] more >

  • Make the Most of Art Detour Weekend with These Fun Events

    While March certainly does mean music in Downtown Phoenix (here’s proof), it’s also a month brimming with arts and culture events. The weekend of March 16-19 is no exception with Phoenix’s original art walk — Art Detour— bringing numerous events and activities to greater Downtown Phoenix for a three-day arts and culture experience. Hosted by […] more >

  • Get Ready To Dance: March Means Music in Downtown Phoenix

    Ranging in genre, taste and scale, Arizona’s biggest month of music brings hundreds of thousands of music fans into the urban heart of Arizona. more >

  • 7 Things That Might Surprise You About McDowell Mountain Music Festival

      McDowell Mountain Music Festival (M3F) returns to Margaret T. Hance Park in Downtown Phoenix March 3-5 for another weekend of must-hear music, community building and fun. In its fourteenth year, M3F is known for its eclectic lineup of music. This year is no different with national headliners like Flume, The Shins, Chromeo, Grouplove plus more than 10 […] more >

  • Eastlake Park Provides Cultural Connection for Phoenix’s African American Community

    Rooted in Arizona's segregationist past, Eastlake Park, and the surrounding neighborhood of the same name, developed into the epicenter of African American life in Phoenix. more >

  • Top 5 Events for Phoenix Urban Design Week Newbies

    The sixth annual Phoenix Urban Design Week, which runs Feb. 10-18, offers quite the packed schedule. Thankfully, we've done the leg work for you. more >