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  • 10 Must-See Holiday Performances in 2018

    It really doesn’t feel like Christmas until you take a seat inside a cozy theater and watch one of the holiday performances happening in Downtown Phoenix this season. We’ve sorted through list, and yes, we even checked it twice — and wrapped it up nicely in a bow. So now is your time to unwrap […] more >

  • Phoenix Community Alliance Helps Lead Hance Park Fundraising Efforts

    Shade trees, a splash pad, amphitheater and restaurant represent just some of the big changes coming to Margaret T. Hance Park. more >

  • Building Community One Slice at a Time: Roosevelt Row’s Pie Social Returns Nov. 4

    Pie Social connects the community through a shared love of pie, and in that spirit, it's an all-ages event and admission is free. Tasting tickets are $15 for five slices and proceeds benefit the Roosevelt Row CDC. more >

  • New Hotel Coming to Roosevelt Row

    Construction has begun on a new hotel in the Roosevelt Row Arts District.  The seven-story Cambria hotel will have 127 rooms and is slated to open at the end of 2019. Located on the northwest corner of Third and Portland streets, the upscale hotel will feature a rooftop pool with cabanas and a bar, and panoramic […] more >

  • 11 November Events Celebrating Fall in Downtown Phoenix

    Your November is about to get booked up real quick. Whether you’re looking for beer and food festivals or something to bring the kids to, Downtown Phoenix has the very best events of the season. 11/3 – Arizona Fall Fest – Margaret T. Hance Park Fall Fest is a free and family-friendly celebration of everything […] more >

  • Fall Theater Preview 2018: 11 Must-See Shows this Season

    Starting now and every day through November, you can find world-class theater, music and dance right in the heart of the city. From intimate jazz clubs like The Nash to grand spectacles at Symphony Hall — Downtown Phoenix has the very best performances of the season. Check out our top picks from the Arizona Opera, Black […] more >

  • Live It Up: 15 Fall Festivals Coming to Downtown Phoenix in 2018

    Fall is right around the corner (okay, technically it’s like a month away). But we can’t. hardly. wait. With any luck, reading about 75-degree weather and festivals every weekend will cool down our body temps and make August slightly more bearable. So just sit back, relax, and visualize all the fun we’re about to have — […] more >

  • Celebrate Historic Preservation Month with these 7 Downtown Gems

    Historic buildings and the stories behind them are a reminder of a city’s culture and heritage. From the warmth of the materials like old bricks or wood, to the unique architectural styles, historic buildings have an intrinsic value that adds permanence to a city, and provide the foundation for the stories that give us a sense […] more >

  • Urban Wine and Jazz Walk 2018 Brings All Our Favorite Things Together

    On Saturday, May 12 from 1-6 p.m., Urban Wine & Jazz Walk returns. more >

  • New Infographic Shows How Much Downtown Phoenix Has Changed in 10 Years

    More than a good place to go to school, work, or start a business, downtown is Arizona’s true urban playground – and the door for opportunity is open. more >

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