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BEST Events In Phoenix

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  • Color in Play

    5005 E Camelback Rd
    Phoenix, AZ 85018
    Color in Play

    A juried exhibition that features outdoor sculptures combining color and whimsy with a touch of sophistication!

  • SPACE Collection

    Phoenix Art Museum
    1625 N. Central Avenue
    Phoenix, AZ 85004-1685
    SPACE Collection

    Phoenix Art Museum is the recipient of a significant gift from Nicholas Pardon, co-founder of the SPACE Collection, the largest collection of post-1990s abstract art from Latin America in the United States. The gift includes 112 artworks by 49 artists from 14 Latin American countries is significant in many ways. The gift adds depth to the Museum’s collection, strengthening its holdings of artworks created in nations previously unrepresented, such as Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, and Uruguay, while also fundamentally fortifying the Museum’s collection of Argentine, Brazilian, Cuban, Mexican, Peruvian, and Venezuelan art. Additionally, the donated works update the Latin American art collection at Phoenix Art Museum, with the majority created between 2001 and 2016. Finally, the significant gift of abstract artworks provides even greater opportunities to foster new understandings about Latin American art in the Phoenix community and beyond. Abstraction as an art form has a long and lasting legacy in the Americas, building upon modernist, concrete, neo-concrete, and kinetic traditions that spanned the 1940s to the late 1970s. Since the 1990s, Latin American abstraction specifically has become a space for critical intervention on pressing social, political, and cultural issues. The increased representation of abstract Latin American art in the Museum’s collection will enable the Phoenix community to experience such works in person.

  • Open Mic at Tempe Center for the Arts

    700 W Rio Salado Pkwy
    Tempe, AZ 85281
    Open Mic at Tempe Center for the Arts

    Called "Walk In Wednesdays" this open mic night is for musicians and poets. There's no crowded, noisy bar scene to contend with here, so the audience is all yours. There is no cover charge and each performer gets 10 minutes (including set-up and tear-down). Registration for performers starts at 5pm. Microphone, usic stands and P.A. system provided.

  • Big Gay Wednesdays at Film Bar

    815 N 2nd St, Phoenix
    Phoenix, AZ 85004
    Big Gay Wednesdays at Film Bar

    Every Wednesday night head down to the Film Bar for a film that screams, "Big, Gay Wednesday!" Yup all your favorite big gay sing-a-longs and big gay classics. Join them for films such as Grease, Hedwig and the Angry Inch and The Phantom of the Opera, and make sure to warm up those vocal chords first. Or catch a classic such as Adam and Steve, or Girls Will Be Girls. 

  • Delaney Furniture Live Auction

    3600 W Osborn Rd
    Phoenix, AZ 85019
    Delaney Furniture Live Auction

    Every Wednesday night starting at 7pm, Delaney Furniture Inc. has their auction. You'll find amazing brand new furniture direct from the manufacturer. Every week there are 350-400 pieces up for auction. You have to put down a refundable cash deposit if you plan on bidding. Previews happen all day Wednesday.

  • Bar Flies - A monthly reading series

    130 N Central Ave
    Phoenix, AZ 85004
    Bar Flies - A monthly reading series

    BAR FLIES is a monthly reading series featuring true stories told live on stage. Each show features a different theme, curated with new performers and a DJ to bring it to life. Heartfelt, hilarious, and always honest -- Bar Flies is the show where the story comes first.

  • Westwind All Digital Drive-In

    5650 N 55TH Ave
    Glendale, AZ
    Westwind All Digital Drive-In

    Relaxed family fun with a mix of old-school drive-in vibe this all digital drive-in movie theatre offers first-run movies nightly. There are nine projectors and most movies are double features. They also have occassional midnight screenings of new releases. Best part is that kids are cheap and ages 4 and under are free. No more babysitters required.

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