Monthly Archives: April 2016

Wayne Brady

Wayne Brady

Enjoy an evening with a comedian and actor known for his work on television shows “Whose Line Is It Anyway?,” “The Wayne Brady Show,” ” Don’t Forget (more…)

‘L.O.V.E.’

 ‘L.O.V.E.’

“Love” Not to be confused with Cirque du Soleil’s Beatles show in Vegas, the latest offering from the pop-friendly Scorpius Dance Theatre (“A Vampire Tale,” “Catwalk”) is a series of (more…)

Meet the Caterpillars

 

Meet the Caterpillars

Meet the caterpillars his spring, people are welcome to come meet the caterpillars that will turn into some of the beautiful butterflies that call Arizona home. Starting on March 5, the Desert Botanical Garden will have (more…)

Pink Moon Hike

Pink Moon Hike

Pink moon hike is this week.

This 2-mile night hike is a chance to experience the sights and sounds of the desert at night led by Ranger B. Bring a flashlight, water and (more…)

“A” Mountain Restoration

"A" Mountain Restoration

“A” Mountain Restoration

Celebrate Earth Day by volunteering to help restore walking and hiking trails on “A” Mountain, Tempe’s only preserve. Participants will meet at the south side of the old (more…)

Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles

Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles

As one of the most celebrated bands of all time, The Beatles have inspired a number of tribute acts who pay homage to the legendary band by emulating the group’s signature look and sound. Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles is one such group that delivers a live, multi-media performance-based spectacle that promises a, “note-for-note theatrical event that is the next best thing to the Beatles.” Travel back and witness firsthand fan-favorite songs like, “Hey Jude,” “Come Together,” and “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” performed on stage.

Details: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 12. Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., Mesa. $25-$55. 480-644-6500, mesaartscenter.com.

Looking for other things to do if you have a home  in the Phoenix, Scottsdale  Area, or the rest of the valley, check out the rest of the blog for other ideas.

Information provided by Tatum Ranch Happenings

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Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles

Phoenix Film Festival

Phoenix Film Festival

More than 150 features and shorts from local and international filmmakers will be screened at this cinematic celebration. Visit phoenixfilmfestival.com for complete times and listings.

Details: April 7-14. Harkins Scottsdale 101, 7000 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix. $300 for a platinum pass ($240 for students and seniors) that gets you into opening night and priority seating to all films. A regular festival pass is $120 ($95 for students and seniors) and gets you into all films. A four-film flex pass is $40 ($32 for students and seniors). Tickets are only available until films sell out. 602-955-6444, phoenixfilmfestival.com.

 

Looking for other things to do if you have a home  in the Phoenix, Scottsdale  Area, or the rest of the valley, check out the rest of the blog for other ideas.

Information provided by Tatum Ranch Happenings

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Phoenix Film Festival

Maricopa County Fair

 Maricopa County Fair

True to its agricultural roots, the Maricopa County Fair includes a livestock show with pigs, sheep, goat, cattle, rabbits and chickens. But it also has thrill rides, fried foods, carnival games, performances and (more…)

Tempe Festival of the Arts

Tempe Festival of the Arts

As many as 400 artist booths will line Mill Avenue and surrounding streets representing 16 arts categories, including wood, photography, ceramics, wearable art and jewelry. There also will be (more…)

Phoenix Bikefest

Phoenix Bikefest

Bikefest celebrates all things motorcycle with an event featuring demos, live entertainment and group rides. Every day of the event, the top bike brands in the industry will hold (more…)