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Celebrate Hawaiian culture, music, entertainment, food and crafts at this family-friendly festival.
Lifehouse, the alternative rock band made famous by the hit “Hanging by a Moment,” tours in support of its December 2012 album “Almería.”
Chill out at the Watering Hole at Whole Foods Market and learn all about the brewery or beer of the week.
Northbound state Route 87 will be restricted to one lane overnight from 7 p.m. Sunday to 7 a.m. Monday between the Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway and Gilbert Road for pavement improvements.
Grab your girlfriends and enjoy an all-girls evening of massages, mini-facials, healthy snacks and me-time.
Relax and savor a four course meal and wine-pairing, live music and prizes at Caffe Boa’s July Wine Dinner. Reservations required.
Join more than 1,000 bike enthusiasts in downtown Mesa for a family-friendly evening of food, music and entertainment. The streets are closed to street traffic, with Sturgis style parking for bikers.
Motown great Smokey Robinson sings classics like “Cruisin,” “Tracks of My Tears” and “Ooh Baby Baby” Sunday night in Scottsdale.
The iconic late night comedian Jay Leno brings his stand-up routine to Scottsdale. For adults 21 and older.
Dogs and their owners are invited to this annual canine celebration with live music, raffles, contests, demos, dog massages, the Great Chandler Dog Walk and a host of pet-friendly vendors.
Sweet, spicy flavors combine for an enticing festival of gourmet chocolates, southwestern salsas, music and dance at Desert Botanical Garden.
This casual 5K walk-run at Freestone Park celebrates the fourth anniversary of Gilbert’s Funktional Fitness. There are optional challenges along the course. All participants get a t-shirt and raffle ticket.
Stacy London, the co-host of “What Not to Wear,” uses fashion to help women discover their identity in her book “The Truth About Style,” which she will talk about Tuesday in Tempe.
Enjoy wine from around the world, live music and gourmet food pairings at this outdoors event benefiting Desert Botanical Garden.
See the dragonflies, damselflies and Monarch butterflies that inhabit Veterans Oasis Park with a 30-minute guided walk. There will also be coordinating crafts and presentations at this free, family-friendly event. The last walk begins at 11 a.m.
Want to get a good night’s sleep? Join in a free seminar hosted by Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert medical centers to learn about “good sleep hygiene.”
Known for its detailed replication of musical style, wardrobe and stage production, this tribute act re-creates the performances of the Fleetwood Mac vocalist.
A regular of the Valley music scene, Arizona’s versatile band Young Country performs everything from George Strait to Three Doors Down.
The Grammy-winning rock duo Air Supply performs from their repertoire of hits including “Lost in Love,” “All Out of Love,” and “Now and Forever.”
Learn to incorporate seasonal ingredients in delicious ways at this free class taught by Patty from Duncan Family Farms. Samples are included with the class. Register at email@example.com.
ABC (Anything But Chardonnay) Wine Tasting: Stop by The Living Room in Chandler for light hors d’oeuvres and a walk-through tasting of different sweet white wines. No reservation required.
Tour Art Intersection’s newest exhibit, "No Strangers," a display melding work from gallery members and collaborating artists, including Jesse Castellano, whose work is pictured.
T. Cook’s and the Alaskan Brewing Co. invite guests to kick back and enjoy a four-course meal with a selection of Alaskan beers in anticipation of the upcoming Phoenix Cooks event.
Rock out at the MIM with all things Elvis, including new artifacts and memorabilia, fun trivia, and Elvis-inspired food from the Cafe.
Dancing in the Desert: Enjoy a sit-down dinner while watching champion ballroom, Latin, swing, country, and contemporary dancers perform. Afterward you can strap on your dancing shoes and shake the blues away on the open dance floor.