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|05 Jun 2021||Uncorked AZ Wine Festival||Arizona Science Center, Phoenix|
|30 Oct 2020||Otsukimi Moon Viewing 2020||Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix|
|11 May 2021||Phoenix Career Fair. Connect live with employers.||Doubletree Hotel, Phoenix|
|24 Oct 2020||Cirque dVote Phoenix (FREE)||Heritage Square, Phoenix|
|10 Feb 2021||Phoenix Career Fair. Meet with top employers.||Marriott Hotel, Phoenix|
|23 Jan 2021||Brunch Bash 2020||Civic Space Park, Phoenix|
|31 Oct 2020||Fall Festival||The Pentecostals of Phoenix|
|30 Jan 2021||Arizona Fried Chicken and Wings Festival The Pressroom||The Pressroom, Phoenix|
|12 Nov 2020||Big Jay Oakerson||Stand Up Live - Phoenix|
|07 Nov 2020||Arizona Fall Fest||Margaret T. Hance Park, Phoenix|
Phoenix, capital of Arizona, is famous for its warm and sunny climate. Apart from this, Phoenix is also known for its various types of festivals, held throughout the year. The festivals in Phoenix are a celebration of life. The city invites enthusiastic tourists to have a wonderful time and experience the grandeur of various festivals that the city takes pride in.
Phoenix lights festival, conducted annually, is Arizona's biggest dance and music festival. Thousands of colorful lights that sparkle in the night, the dances and the music ranging from hip-hop, rap, R&B, techno, dubstep, and electro house, will blow your mind. There is a lot of food and drinks also available at the festival. Another must watch fest is The Rainbow Festival which is held at Heritage Square Park. It is a celebration of the diversity of the LGBTQ community in Phoenix. The event witnesses thousands of people meeting and enjoying together. This is the second most significant event of its kind in Arizona with nearly 150 sponsors. This is a free festival in phoenix open to the public and the proceeds go to charities.
The Lantern Festival in Phoenix is a family festival where revelers can release lanterns in the air after sundown, and witness the spectacular lanterns lit sky. Before sunset, visitors can enjoy the stage shows, face paintings, balloon artists and yummy food! The Phoenix Balloon Festival is another family festival. Colorful Hot Air Balloons fill the sky and it is indeed a sight to behold. It happens in the Phoenix Events Complex Grounds and you even get an opportunity to ride the balloons. Festivals like M3F Fest which have all world musicians in one place, Pot of Gold Festival where there is a lot more than just music are some more Phoenix music festivals you can plan to attend. Apart from music, there are rides, art theatres and vendors selling variously related stuff. They are conducted on weekends for three days. At M3F you can enjoy the vocals of talented artists and also hear various instrumental music including guitar, violin, and drums.
Starting with Arizona Strong Beer Festival, Phoenix witnesses a number of Beer festivals throughout the year. Bloomin' Beerfest, the SanTan Brewing Oktoberfest, NovemBEER festivals are just a few important beer festivals in Phoenix. There are many drinks including beer, rum, wine, whiskey ranging from mild to strong with high alcoholic content to low alcohol content. You will get it all. The Greek Festival in Phoenix displays typical Greek cuisine and culture. Among authentic Greek food like Gyro, Souvlaki, Saganaki, and many others, you also get to do a lot of shopping and dance to native Greek bands.
The Taco festival is another delight. All Mexican food lovers get ready for some yummy savories from the nation as Tacos, Nachos, Fajitas, and Gorditas. More than 50 teams take up the taco making challenge and visitors can take part in the Hot Chili Pepper Eating Contests, the Lucha Libre Wrestling, and Chihuahua Beauty Pageant. Start planning now to catch some upcoming festivals in Phoenix this year on Allevents.in