Call for Spotlight Artist, Fall 2022 & Spring 2023

Valley Metro

Valley Metro is looking for local talent to be our next Artsline Spotlight Artist. One artist (or team) per season (Fall 2022 and Spring 2023) will be selected with each artist (or team) being paid a $2500 honorarium. Each artist will create an original work(s) that will be featured on the large-scale wall at Roosevelt Ave/Central station. Selected artists are responsible for … [More]

Heritage Trail to Promote Dude Ranches Across Arizona

Governor Doug Ducey recently signed legislation to help preserve and promote Arizona’s dude ranches and the unique experiences they deliver to Arizonans and thousands of visitors each year. HB2398, sponsored by Rep. Tim Dunn of Yuma, creates the Arizona Dude Ranch Heritage Trail Program, which provides a framework for highlighting the historical essence that guests can … [More]

Scottsdale Fashion Week Glorious Events Continue into This Weekend

Scottsdale Fashion Week returns to the Valley for the first time since 2019! As Arizona’s biggest fashion event, the week is full of glamorous runway shows, elite venues and world-class designers that will provide an unforgettable experience. Taking place from May 12thto May  15th, with plenty to do over this upcoming weekend, each night has a special theme that coincides with … [More]

Arizona Theatre’s ‘Justice’ Now Playing

Justice Presented by Arizona Theatre Company May 5 - May 22, 2022 A world premiere musical journey with two of the world’s most iconic women at the height of their power. It is 1993, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg has just joined the United States Supreme Court; the first and only woman there, Sandra Day O’Connor, is ready to welcome her and get to work. In an intimate, epic … [More]

Hating Shakespeare Has Never Been This Fun!

Let’s face it, Shakespeare is pretty hard to beat, but in Something Rotten!, two brothers of the Renaissance give it a go. Something Rotten! is a 10-time Tony-Award nominated musical extravaganza and it’s on stage at The Phoenix Theatre Company May 4 through June 19, 2022. In the untold story of Shakespeare’s greatest competition, this hilarious musical comedy follows … [More]

Lisa Fischer Sings Soul, Jazz, Gospel, Pop, Folk and Classical, April 30

Tempe Center for the Arts

Lisa Fischer is unlike any other performer. Period. With remarkable vocal range, Fischer can sing soul, jazz, gospel, pop, folk and classical with equal facility and authority. While Fischer's range is legendary, her greatest gift is the ability to connect, to reach the hearts of her listeners. After four decades of featured background singing with icons like Luther … [More]

The Phoenix Zoo’s Día del Niño, April 30

CELEBRACIÓN! Join us for a wild and wonderful celebration of children, animals and Hispanic culture at one of our biggest events! Día del Niño is back featuring a variety of family-friendly entertainment and activities all with a festive Latin flair! Event Details Date: Saturday, April 30, 2022 Location: Phoenix Zoo Time: 9 a.m. – 2 … [More]

New Discount Finder Kicks Off National Travel & Tourism Week, May 1 – 7

Visitors and locals can find curated deals and offers from local businesses all in one spot with the brand-new Visit Mesa Deals Passport which features some of Mesa’s most beloved spots and Arizona’s popular attractions. The passport comes just in time for U.S. Travel Association’s National Travel & Tourism Week, a celebration that promotes the United States as a premier … [More]

Plan Your Summer Staycations Now at These Top-Rated Resorts

Enjoy some of the Valley's top-rated hotels this summer with their Staycation Summer discounted rates. Start booking now as these rates will ensure sold-out properties... JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa | Phoenix, AZ Set on 316 acres of sweeping Sonoran Desert, JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa embodies all things luxury, recreation … [More]

Estrella Celebrates the Grand Opening of the Lucero Trails April 23

Estrella is celebrating the opening of the new Lucero Trails from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on April 23. The Lucero Trails will add 12 miles to the existing community trails system, already featuring more than 50 miles of trails and paths. “Estrella’s system of trails and paths supply residents with the opportunity to get out and enjoy nature, right in their own backyard,” said Kim … [More]

Join the Hunt with These Egg-Cellent Easter Egg Hunts!

City of Phoenix

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Spring is in the air and egg hunt season is here! Various Phoenix parks are hosting egg hunt events featuring food and activities the entire family can enjoy. Make sure to register for the event and bring your basket to collect eggs and win prizes. Do you plan on attending an upcoming event at … [More]

The Herberger Theater Center Has a New Guest Experience – The Spotlight Bar!

The Spotlight Bar is a brand-new experience coming to the Herberger Theater Center. Historically the center has partnered with third party concessionaires but starting April 23, the Herberger Theater will bring its own unique, event-inspired, and handpicked beverages, snacks, and offerings to the overall guest experience. Mark Mettes, President & CEO, announced “After … [More]

Join the Race That’s Fueling Financial Education for the Next Generation!

Junior Achievement

IN-PERSON EVENT: Saturday, April 9th, 2022 Waypoint Office Complex | 1138 N. Alma School Rd. | Mesa, AZ 85201 Registration: 7:30AM | Race start: 9:00AM Financial health is a lot like physical health. We grow stronger when we make it a priority and stay committed to a plan. All it takes is some knowledge and the right training. Now you can support financial literacy … [More]

Pueblo Grande Museum Launches Digital Exhibit for 90th Anniversary

City of Phoenix

In 2019, Pueblo Grande Museum celebrated its 90th anniversary and created a three-location exhibit, showcased at Phoenix Airport Museum, The Gallery @City Hall, and Pueblo Grande Museum. Like many archaeological museums of the early 20th century, Pueblo Grande Museum was established by archaeologists and enthusiasts who excavated, researched, and preserved Native American … [More]

Celebrate Valley Bike Month This April

Valley Metro

The beautiful spring weather is here, which means it’s almost time to celebrate Valley Bike Month. Every April, Valley Metro and its member cities and event partners encourage bicycling to win prizes, get some exercise and help improve our air quality. On, cyclists across the Valley can compete in the Bike Month Challenge to log the most bike trips and be … [More]

This Weekend: Valley Drivers Test Out EVs and Learn Benefits to Switching to Electric


With gas prices at a premium, there is no time like the present for Valley drivers to consider the switch to an electric vehicle (EV). Media are invited to meet with SRP EV experts and EV drivers on April 2 at the ASU Tempe campus or April 3 at the ASU Polytechnic campus where community members will be talking one-on-one with EV owners, learning about their experiences owning … [More]

The ARTrageous Gala Coming Up, Get Tickets

In order to enhance the luminous experience for guests as they walk the red carpet, Scottsdale Arts' annual The ARTrageous Gala on April 2, 2022, will now begin at 7 p.m. The event's start time was previously announced as 6 p.m. Also recently announced, saguaro artworks from the ongoing “The Cactus Collective” exhibition at Scottsdale Fashion Square will be available to … [More]

Celebrate the Women’s Right to Vote and Women’s HERstory Month with Art Exhibit

In Celebration of Women, an art exhibition to celebrate the Women's Right to Vote and Women's HERstory Month, opens at the Arizona Capitol Museum at 1700 W. Washington Street Phoenix on March 24 and runs through April 28, 2022. What: In Celebration of Women Art Exhibition When: March 24, 2022 - April 28, 2022 Where: Arizona Capitol Museum, 1700 W. Washington Street, Phoenix, … [More]

D-Backs Announce Spring Training Broadcast Schedule

The Arizona Diamondbacks’ Spring Training broadcast schedule features 9 telecasts on Bally Sports Arizona with Steve Berthiaume & Bob Brenly on the call for 4 games and 5 games from Bally Sports partners, 11 radio games between 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station and ESPN 620 AM featuring Greg Schulte & Tom Candiotti, and 3 webcasts on with Chris Garagiola & … [More]

Hiking: Popular Phoenix Trails to Close during Extremely Hot Days

City of Phoenix

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ This summer, three popular City of Phoenix hiking trails will close during extremely hot days. On days when the National Weather Service issues an Excessive Heat Warning, Camelback Mountain's Echo and Cholla Trails and all trails associated with Piestewa Peak Trailhead in the Phoenix Mountains … [More]

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