Monthly Archives: June 2015

Phoenix Loves Sci-Fi

The event celebrates the best and brightest sci-fi, fantasy and animated films that have been produced or screened in Phoenix throughout the last year. It highlights a variety of official selections from community partners, including the Phoenix Film Festival, (more…)

Bike Night

Join hundreds of like-minded two-wheelers for this weekly gathering, sponsored by CycleRides.com. It includes a parade down Coyote Boulevard, a free classic-rock concert and vendors selling clothing and other gear. In addition, (more…)

Cake

Cake

These Sacramento rockers may be best remembered for their mainstream breakthrough in the ’90s with a spoken-word novelty hit about going the distance. But their catalog is packed with songs that should appeal to anyone who loved “The Distance,” including (more…)

Salt n Pepa

This groundbreaking hip-hop trio was the first all-woman rap group to score a gold and platinum record. Since their start in 1986 with the hit “Push It,” they dominated the charts through (more…)

Tim McGraw

He’s married to Faith Hill and his dad was Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Tug McGraw, but McGraw is best known as the voice of 25 chart-topping country hits, from (more…)

Salt River Pirates

Yo ho, yo ho! All pirates are invited to sail the Salt River in celebration of the National Get Outdoors Day. The pirate-themed event includes costumed Salt River employees and pirate warships (shuttle buses) ferrying (more…)

Aerosmith

They launched their career in the ’70s, rocking arenas while ruling the airwaves with singles as timeless as “Sweet Emotion,” “Dream On,” “Last Child,” “Walk This Way,” “Back in the Saddle” and a cover of the Beatles’ “Come Together.” They went on to stage (more…)

Sesame Street Live

 

Come and play, everything’s “A-OK” as “Sesame Street Live” presents “Let’s Dance!” The interactive show includes dance parties with Elmo, Cookie Monster, Ernie, Abby and more. Parents (more…)

Arizona Storytellers Project

Join us for a night of stories and a three-course dinner in the public space at the Newton, now home to Southern Rail and First Draft Book Bar at Changing Hands Bookstore. Held in the former Beefeater’s space, this night is dedicated to (more…)