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Category: Arts & Culture

  • Downtown Phoenix Art Project Will Net 50 New Bike Racks Across City

    In a creative city known for its art and up-and-coming bike culture, stylish and functional bike racks are both a natural fit, and a necessity. Through a new urban arts initiative, at least 50 new locally designed bike racks will be added to our city’s streets in spring 2018. Downtown Phoenix Inc., in partnership with […] more >

  • A Guide to Downtown Phoenix Holiday Markets, Vendor Fairs, Festivals

    One of Downtown Phoenix’s open-air markets, vendor fairs or festivals are guaranteed to take your holiday shopping list from chore to cheer. December First Friday Roosevelt Row Arts District & Grand Avenue / Friday, Dec. 1 / 6-10 p.m. / Free Every first Friday, Roosevelt Row and Grand Avenue come alive with local artwork, artisan crafts, vintage […] more >

  • Glorious Weather Alert: 9 Fun Things To Do in November

    If you’ve ever complained that there’s nothing fun to do, then you obviously haven’t experienced fall in Downtown Phoenix. With its beautiful days, cool nights and abundance of family-friendly events, fall is the season to Live It Up in DTPHX. When there are so many things to choose from, sometimes it’s hard to know where […] more >

  • 6 Fun Things to Do This Weekend in Downtown Phoenix

    This weekend’s forecast is sunny with 100 percent chance for fall festivals and events. And just when you thought you were going to get a break from your busy work week, we’ve compiled a list of fun things to do this weekend in Downtown Phoenix. (Let’s be honest, you were never going to have a […] more >

  • Noche en Blanco: Picnic Under the Stars to Benefit Hance Park

    On Saturday, Oct. 28, hundreds of people dressed in white will come together for a picnic under the stars benefitting the future of Margaret T. Hance Park. more >

  • Walk Your Guts Out at Downtown Phoenix Zombie Walk Oct. 28

    Thousands of the undead will gather in front of Chase Field for a creepy crawl through the Downtown Phoenix Warehouse District on Saturday, Oct. 28. more >

  • Lost Lake Festival: Get the Rundown on Music, Food, Local Flair

    Calling all foodies, music lovers and fans of having a good time. Lost Lake Festival is so close, we can feel the energy starting to build in the Phoenix metropolis. Whether you’re like me and bought your ticket back in May, or you aren’t entirely sure what this new festival is all about, you should […] more >

  • Enjoy a Pancake Brunch Al Fresco Benefitting Local Nonprofit Trees Matter

    It’s that time of year again. The monsoons have passed, the temperatures are dropping, cool breezes are blowing through the Valley and soon there will be…PANCAKES! October 28 marks the fifth annual Mesquite Pancake Breakfast hosted by Trees Matter, a local community-based nonprofit dedicated to increasing the tree canopy in the Valley. The festivities start at […] more >

  • Burgers, BBQ, Bikes: 11 New Businesses Opening Soon in Downtown Phoenix

    Believe it or not, 2018 is right around the corner. And if the thought of completing another rotation around the sun isn’t exciting enough for you, this list of new businesses is certain to brighten your day. From a French café to a bike repair shop (and even some tacos, too), check out what’s coming […] more >

  • Historic Monroe Street Abbey Update: Dreams of a Mixed-Use Community Space Take Shape

    The Monroe Street Abbey contains more than just memories. It has captured the collective imagination of the community. “It’s amazing that so many people are anxious for this place to get going — and so am I!” said Katherine Patry, a board member with the Housing Opportunity Center, which owns the building. Getting it to this […] more >