BEST Events In Phoenix
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Harkins Theaters Tuesday Night Classics
Every Tuesday night at Harkins Theatres throughout the greater Phoenix area you can catch TNC or Tuesday Night Classics. For just $5 you can see a classic movie. Everything ranging from Ghost to 2001: A Space Odyssey. Check their website for a Harkins location near you and for the latest (and greatest) film. Most Tuesdays the TNC starts at 7pm.
El Charro Hipster Comedy Night1325 Grand Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Bring your friends for a delightful evening of not very clean comedy. While you're here try our Tin Tan Tuesday special, which is a Mezcal Artesanal, Gin, pineapple, chile, and agave honey . Or check out our Antonio Banderas. You'll love it! And don't forget, our forks, knives, napkins, plates all go to the compost heap and become food for vegetables in 50 days! We have vegetarian, vegan and meat dish options.
Sondheim on Sondheim1825 N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Go deep into the catalog of one of the defining voices of American musical theatre and celebrate Stephen Sondheim at his best. With a set list combining both familiar favorites—including West Side Story, Follies and Sweeney Todd—and hidden gems, immerse yourself in Sondheim’s unparalleled work, including filmed commentary from the man himself!
Karaoke at KobaltKobalt
3110 N Central Ave #175
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Karaoke is this bar's middle name. They have Karaoke on Tuesday evenings from 9pm to 2am. There's draft beer and craft cocktails on hand. You are sure to find your song (you know, the one you are really good at) in their huge songbook. There's even a stage, lights and super fun hosts that make the evening special.
David Hockney’s Yosemite and Masters of California BasketryHeard Museum
2301 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
David Hockney’s Yosemite and Masters of California Basketry highlights the impact that Yosemite has had over time and space on artistic production, from the valley’s original Indigenous inhabitants to one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th and 21st centuries.
The exhibition marks the first showing of Hockney’s work in Arizona and will highlight the influence of the American landscape on his seminal work while illuminating how Indigenous women inspired by the same landscape have made significant contributions to the field of art production. The objects on view will illustrate ways in which technology can be implemented in artistic creation, from the sophisticated technology of basketry to the innovative use of digital technologies like the iPad. Included are more than 20 spectacular examples of Mono Lake Paiute and Miwok basketry, made by 9 different artists in the early to mid-20th century, as well as 29 of Hockney’s iPad drawings printed on paper, and his rarely shown photographic collages from the 1980s. Situated against the backdrop of the Yosemite Valley’s history—from first contact between Indigenous tribes in the region and Euro-American settlers from the Mariposa Battalion and the Mariposa War, on through the California Gold Rush and Yosemite Indian Field Days—the exhibition illuminates how Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists have and continue to interpret this landscape in visual culture and fine art.