Tag: Phoenix

Lights, Camera, Arizona!

Each year, a dazzling array of film festivals ignite silver screens around Arizona, offering an opportunity to discover emerging talents and explore different cultures through the lens of cinematic storytelling.

Blockbuster Ballet

This month, Ballet Arizona will celebrate cinematic classics with its world premiere production of “Moving Movies,” transporting audiences back in time to Hollywood’s Golden Age with a unique dance experience that takes ballet from the stage to the big screen.

Lifestyles of the Cute and Cuddly

For the past 10 years, Facings of America has been helping Arizona residents’ canine companions to live their best lives in architecturally significant pet palaces with Design for Dogs — a fundraising event benefiting the Arizona Animal Welfare League, the state’s oldest and largest no-kill shelter.

Date Night Done Right

Whether with a significant other, family or dear friends, Arizona is replete with date nights that are different — and sometimes even daring!

Top Trails

Hiking, biking, cycling and riding — there’s a trail for every ability within easy reach of wherever you live.

A Holly Jolly Journey Around Arizona

From the luminaria-lined streets of Sedona to the joyful sounds of Mariachi carolers in Tucson, Images Arizona takes you on a journey through Arizona’s most enchanting holiday events and traditions.

Holiday Harmony & Heritage

This season, Phoenix Chorale celebrates the rich cultural heritage of Arizona while embracing the spirit of the holidays through a new 20-track Christmas recording featuring a diverse blend of musical traditions and timeless classics.

Worldwide Winter Wonderland

North Valley Symphony Orchestra will perform a concert of music representing holidays from around the world — including globally known Christmas carols and musical celebrations of Hanukkah, New Year’s Eve and the Lunar New Year.

String Fling

On display through Sept. 15, 2024, the Musical Instrument Museum’s latest special exhibition, “Acoustic America: Iconic Guitars, Mandolins and Banjos,” showcases more than 90 historic acoustic stringed instruments played by the heroes of folk, blues and bluegrass music.

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