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June 2017 Events Throughout Arizona

Thursday, June 1, 2017 - Friday, June 30, 2017

These events are happening throughout June 2017 in communities across Arizona. To find out more about each event, check the web site link or call the phone number listed.

June 1 FLAGSTAFF: The Wailers – Orpheum Theater. 8 pm. 928-556-1580 or http://Flagstaff365.com

1-29 GLENDALE: 51st Annual Summer Band Concert Series – Murphy Park. By the community band of 100 musicians with its renditions of marches, ballads and show tunes, bring a lawn chair or blanket. Free. 8 pm, Thursdays. 623-930-2299 or http://www.visitglendale.com/events/index.html

1-29 MOENKOPI: Experience Hopi Presentations: Hopi Silver Overlay Jewelry – Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites. Join us o the Hopi Arts Trail for an introduction into Hopi culture and arts and crafts from Hopi artists. The beautiful artwork is created before your eyes. 6-9 pm. 928-283-4500 or http://HopiArtsTrail.com or http://www.ExperienceHopi.com

2 FLAGSTAFF: Animals As Leaders: The Madness of Many Tour – Orpheum Theater. The band Veil of Maya will also be featured. 928-556-1580 or http://Flagstaff365.com

2 FLAGSTAFF: First Friday Art Walk presented by Flagstaff Cultural Partners – Historic Downtown Flagstaff. Flagstaff’s monthly block party celebrating local artists and small businesses downtown. Free. 6-9 pm. 928-773-2300 or http://www.FlagstaffArtWalk.com

2 PHOENIX: Lady Antebellum: You Look Good World Tour 2017 – Ak-Chin Pavilion. http://LiveNation.com

2 PHOENIX: Artlink First Fridays – Self-guided art tour of central Phoenix, galleries, art spaces, studios, first Friday of each month, free shuttle rides. Free. 6-10 pm. 602-256-7539 or http://www.artlinkphoenix.com H

2 PHOENIX: Music in the Garden Spring 2017: William Eaton & Friends – Desert Botanical Garden. Featuring world and desert-inspired contemporary music. Advance purchase recommended. $25-30, Additional dinner is also available. Doors open at 5:30 pm, concert at 7:30 pm. must be age 21+. 480-481-8188 or http://www.dbg.org/music

2 SCOTTSDALE: 2nd Annual Miracle Ryker Golf Tournament – Talking Stick Resort. Registration begins at 7 am with a shot gun start and 8 am. Entry includes 18 hole tournament, continental breakfast and luncheon following the tournament. Includes mulligans, silent auction, raffle, contests and prizes. $500 per foursome. 801-671-4864 or http://www.miracleryker.org H

2 PHOENIX: Lady Antebellum: You Look Good World Tour 2017 – Ak-Chin Pavilion. http://LiveNation.com

2-3 CORDES JUNCTION: Flam Chen: The Fishers Wish – Arcosanti. Explore the fantastical world of the Fisherman and his Wife as they explore the deepest levels of divinity and self realization in an evening length new circus performance in the legendary vaults of Arcosanti.  Replete with exquisite puppetry, daring acrobatics and Flam Chen’s signature pyrotechnic styling. $25 ($45 for 2 tickets), http://flamchen.com/

2-3 EAGAR: Round Valley RoundUp – Includes a junior rodeo, Open 4D Barrel Race, team roping, ranch rodeo, parade and boot race. http://eagaraz.gov

2-3 PAGE: Page Lake Powell Rodeo Days – Vermillion Cliffs Arena. This is an All Indian Rodeo Cowboys Association (AIRCA) sanctioned event sponsored by Monroe & Sons Rodeo Company of Page. 928-522-3296

2-3 PHOENIX: Live and Let Die: The Music of Paul McCartney – Symphony Hall. Live and Let Die features hit songs from the Beatles catalog and Paul McCartney’s solo works. Hear favorites like “Hey Jude,” “Penny Lane,” “Live and Let Die,” “Let It Be,” “Maybe I’m Amazed,” “Long and Winding Road” and many more. Led by actor, singer and recording artist Tony Kishman, experience the greatest hits of “Yesterday” performed by a four-piece band alongside The Phoenix Symphony. 7:30 & 2 pm. https://phoenixsymphony.org/

2-4 SCOTTSDALE: The Addams Family: A New Musical – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Wednesday, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Free. http://www.ScottsdaleArts.org

2-4 SHOW LOW: 14th Annual Show Low Days 2017 – City Park & Frontier Fields. Western themed festival Verl Gillespie Charity Roping; Derby Down the Deuce (soap box derby style race); Cruzin’ the Rim Car Show; Wiener Dog Races; Itty Bitty Olympics; free pony rides, Kid’s Zone; Arts & Crafts Show, Beer Garden and live entertainment. Free. 928-537-2326 or http://www.showlowdays.com

2-7/2 PEORIA: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast – Arizona Broadway Theatre. Step into the enchanted world of Broadway’s modern classic. This classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end, and he will be transformed to his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity. http://azbroadway.org/

3 CLARKDALE: Clarkdale’s Concerts in the Park: Sentimental Journey – Clarkdale Town Park. The Town has implemented a concert hotline that you can call to hear a recorded message providing the most up to date information including who is scheduled to perform or if the concert has been delayed or cancelled due to weather conditions. Free. 7 pm. Concert Hotline is 928-639-2492 or http://www.clarkdale.az.gov/concerts_in_the_park.htm

3 FLAGSTAFF: 34th Annual NACA Sacred Mountain 10K/5K Prayer Run & 2K Fun Run/Walk – Thorpe Park. Highlights the Native American significance of running for good mental and physical health, benefits Native Americans for Community Action, moderately difficult, on cinder trails within Coconino National Forest 10K. $30-45. 6 am. 928-526-2968 or http://www.nacainc.org

3 JEROME: Jerome Art Walk – Visit more than 30 of the unique art studios and galleries, meet the artists and see handcrafted art including jewelry, pottery, glass, leatherwork, clothing, paintings and sculpture and more made both locally and internationally. Free. 5-8 pm. http://www.jeromeartwalk.com
3 KINGMAN: 5th Annual Beer Fest – Mohave County Fairgrounds. Sample different beers from around the state, bring your crew and have a brew. $25-30. 4-8 pm. 928-753-2636 or http://mcfafairgrounds.org
3 PAGE: Wild & Scenic Film Festival – John C. Page Memorial Park. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets for an evening of films inspired by love of home and the great outdoors. From 7-10 pm, come out for popcorn, activities, and a raffle with amazing prizes! 928-640-3900
3 PAYSON: 5th Annual Mogollon Monster Mudder-5K Mud Run – Payson Event Center. A 5k course with more than 30 obstacles, get ready to get dirty as the Town of Payson along with local regional fire departments puts on this fun yet very challenging event. 9 am – 4 pm. 928-474-5242 ext 7 or http://www.paysonrimcountry.com
3 PHOENIX: World Atlatl Day Competition – Pueblo Grande Museum. Offering free admission all day, and the local primitive skills group S.A.L.T. (Study of Ancient Lifeways and Technologies) will put on an atlatl demonstration and accuracy contest, no experience is needed to join the atlatl competition. 9 am – noon. 602-495-0901 or http://www.pueblogrande.com
3 PINETOP/LAKESIDE: Walk for the Woods on National Trails Day – White Mountain Wildlife & Nature Center. Fun hikes of varying length, nature walk, and bike ride to benefit the Nature Center and Woodland Lake Park. Food, music, presentations, and prizes. Fun for the entire family! Free. 7:30 am. 928-358-3069 or http://www.wmnature.org H

3 PRESCOTT: Woof Down Lunch – Courthouse Plaza. Bring your dog to this fun event featuring vendors, live music, dog obedience demonstrations, raffles, dog contests, kid activities, adoptable dog introductions. Event is free, but $20 people/pet ticket includes a picnic lunch and your choice of a pet bowl or ten raffle tickets for great prizes. Benefits United Animal Friends programs. Free. 10 am – 3 pm. 928-778-2924 or http://www.UnitedAnimalFriends.org
3 SHONTO: 9th Annual Rock the Canyon Art and Music Festival 2017 – Shonto Canyon. A day of music, art, food, and the beauty of the Shonto Canyon. Free. 928-429-3889 or http://facebook.com/rockthecanyon
3 SHOW LOW: Derby Down the Deuce – Soap box style car race down the Deuce of Clubs in downtown Show Low during Show Low Days. Cash prizes. 8 am. 928-537-2326 or http://www.showlowchamber.com/
3 First Saturdays Concert Series: Annon and the Late Show – Catalina State Park. Features rhythm and blues with Latin flare. An evening concert at the Trailhead with standard park admission, bring a chair and your own food and water, concerts will be canceled during severe weather. Sponsored by the Friends of Catalina SP. The Friends of Catalina State Park provide free popcorn during the concerts. $7/vehicle up to four. 7 pm. 520-628-5798.

  • 2017 Cool Summer Nights: Creatures of the Night – Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. Want to know what creatures party in the nighttime? Here’s your chance to find out! Experience live animal interpretations on grounds, spend time with our animated animals, and enjoy our popular Desert Survivors show. Free with museum admission. 5-10 pm. 520-883-2702.

    3 SHOW LOW: 2017 Cruiz’n the Rim Car Show – Frontier Fields. Presented by the Rim Country Cruisers Car Club during Show Low Days. 9 am – 5 pm. 928-521-0171 or http://CruisinArizona.com
    3 YARNELL: 4th Annual Memorial Fun Run and Walk to honor the Granite Mountain Hotshots – A 5K, 10K, and 19K event, which will be held in honor and memory of the Granite Mountain Hot Shot crew who perished on June 30, 2013 in the Yarnell Hill Fire. http://yarnellmemorialrun.com
    3-24 SHOWLOW: Show Low Main Street Farmers’ Market & Art Walk – Festival Marketplace. Featuring local produce growers, food product producers, artisans and craftspeople. Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm. 928-532-2680 or http://www.showlowfarmersmarket.com
    3-5 PAYSON: Mountain High Games ATV Trail Rides – Payson Event Center. Includes the Mogollon Monster Mudder, a 5K course with more than 30 obstacles and a Monster Gladiator Challenge. Also offers ATV trail rides, Snowstorm Mountain Trail Ride – 16 miles; Table Mountain Ride/Poker Run – 32 miles; Royal Flush Mountain Ride – 22 miles. 928-474-5242 x7 or http://www.paysonrimcountry.com/mountain-high-games
    3-4 FLAGSTAFF: 8th Annual Flagstaff Hullabaloo – Wheeler Park. A Celebration Of All Things Flagstaff: a community festival featuring live music, local foods and vendors, children’s activities, giant puppets, bike parade and more. $5-7. 10 am – 9 pm. 928-853-4292 or http://www.flaghullabaloo.com
    3-4 FLAGSTAFF: 26th Annual Flag Wool & Fiber Festival – Pioneer Museum. A two day festival of creativity, history, and community, events include: sheep, alpaca, and goat shearing, fiber arts competition, fleece judging, kids activities, all day demonstrations, fleece swap, sheep to shawl, workshops, handmade goods by local artisans, great food, and more. Free. 9 am – 4 pm. http://www.flagwool.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/flagwool
    3-4 PRESCOTT: 43rd Annual Folk Arts Fair – Sharlot Hall Museum. Family-friendly heritage celebrates traditional arts, crafts and entertainment of central territorial Arizona, gold panning, hands-on crafts, livestock area, sheep shearing, food, living history interpreters, antique autos. $3-8. 10 am – 5 pm. 928-445-3122 or http://www.sharlot.org
    3-4 SHOW LOW: 14th Annual Deuces Wild Triathlon Festival – Fool Hollow Lake. Olympic Course is swim 1500 meters, bike 24.9 miles and run 6.2 miles, Deuce Man Long course is swim 1.2 miles, bike 56 miles, run 13.1 miles, Xterra Deuces Wild Off-Road Triathlon – a Nissan Xterra Points Series Race, swim 800 meters, mountain bike 14.9 miles, Trail run 5 miles, USAT sanctioned. http://www.deuceswildtriathlon.com/ or http://www.trisportsracing.com/
    3-24 SHOWLOW: Show Low Main Street Farmers’ Market & Art Walk – Festival Marketplace. Featuring local produce growers, food product producers, artisans and craftspeople. Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm. 928-532-2680 or http://www.showlowfarmersmarket.com
    4 PRESCOTT: Antiques on the Square – Courthouse Plaza. 70+ dealers of antiques and collectibles, includes glass, pottery, furniture, art, jewelry, primitives and unique surprises. Sponsored by the Thumb Butte and Yavapai Questers. Free. 9 am – 4 pm. 928-443-1862
    KINGMAN: Hualapai Mountain Park – Craft Fair & Swap Meet – Hualapai Mountain Park. A craft fair & swap meet, every first Sunday of June, July and August. Beat the heat and travel up the mountain to Rec. Area #1, 9 am – 3pm. Free. $25 for vendors. 928-681-5700 or http://www.gokingman.com/
    4 PRESCOTT: Antiques on the Square – Courthouse Plaza. 70+ dealers of antiques and collectibles, includes glass, pottery, furniture, art, jewelry, primitives and unique surprises. Sponsored by the Thumb Butte and Yavapai Questers. Free. 9 am – 4 pm. 928-443-1862
    5-7 MOENKOPI: Experience Hopi Presentations: Carvings/Flute/Misc. Crafts – Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites. Join us o the Hopi Arts Trail for an introduction into Hopi culture and arts and crafts from Hopi artists. The beautiful artwork is created before your eyes. 6-9 pm. 928-283-4500 or http://HopiArtsTrail.com or http://www.ExperienceHopi.com
    6 TUCSON: TajMo: The Taj Mahal & Keb’ Mo’ Band –Fox Tucson Theater. Blues titans Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ share the stage with their band at the Fox Tucson Theatre for an exciting night of music, performing songs from their long-anticipated collaborative album “TajMo”. $27 – $79. 520-547-3040 or http://foxtucson.com/presents/tajmo-taj-mahal-keb-mo-band/
    6-12/31 SCOTTSDALE: Grand Canyon Grandeur – Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West. More than 50 striking and historically important portrayals of one of the world’s most revered natural wonders. Oil paintings, watercolors and prints dating from 1850s to 1930s capture the ecological, sociological and visual diversity of the Grand Canyon, while showcasing a range of artistic styles such as naturalism, impressionism, and abstraction. $8-13. http://scottsdalemuseumwest.org
    7 SCOTTSDALE: TajMo: The Taj Mahal & Keb’Mo’ Band – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Two iconic blues musicians in one dynamic performance. $47-105. 6:30 pm. http://www.scottsdaleperformingarts.org/
    7-10 PAYSON: Arizona High School Rodeo Finals – Payson Event Center. Exciting action with tie down roping, goat tying, breakaway, team roping, barrel racing and bull riding, SaddleBronc, steer wrestling and pole bending. http://www.ahsra.com/statefinals.html
    7 SCOTTSDALE: TajMo: The Taj Mahal & Keb’Mo’ Band – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Two iconic blues musicians in one dynamic performance. $47-105. 6:30 pm. http://www.scottsdaleperformingarts.org/
    8-11 FLAGSTAFF: 26th Annual ABATE of Arizona Presents: Too Broke for Sturgis – Mormon Lake Lodge. Live music, bike show, poker run, 50/50 raffle, tattoo contest, adults only. $30. 928-354-2227 or http://www.toobrokeforsturgis.com
    8 PHOENIX: Boston – Comerica Theatre. http://livenation.com
    8-9 MOENKOPI: Experience Hopi Presentations: Ink Prints/Hopi Silver Overlay Jewelry – Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites. Join us o the Hopi Arts Trail for an introduction into Hopi culture and arts and crafts from Hopi artists. The beautiful artwork is created before your eyes. 6-9 pm. 928-283-4500 or http://HopiArtsTrail.com or http://www.ExperienceHopi.com
    9 FLAGSTAFF: 2nd Annual “Mother Road Real” Real Ale Festival – Mother Road Brewery. 5-9 pm. Reservations required. http://www.motherroadbeer.com/events/
    9 PHOENIX: An Intimate Evening with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen – Comerica Theatre. http://www.livenation.com
    9 PHOENIX: Friday Night Drags – Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. Bring your own car and experience the heart-pounding adrenaline launching off the starting line at a world-class drag strip, see what elapsed time and mph your car can run, the safest and easiest place to test your car’s performance capabilities – make a run, pick up your time/mph slip, then get right back in line. $15 spectators, 12 and under free, $40 to race. 520-796-5601 or http://www.racewildhorse.net
    9 PHOENIX: Music in the Garden Spring 2017: Sahnas Brothers Band – Desert Botanical Garden. Featuring Spanish and Mediterranean Guitar Fusion. Advance purchase recommended. $25-30, Additional dinner is also available. Doors open at 5:30 pm, concert at 7:30 pm. Must be age 21+. 480-481-8188 or http://www.dbg.org/music
    9 SCOTTSDALE: Jean Luc Ponty – The Atlantic Years – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Ponty is a pioneer and undisputed master of the violin in the arena of jazz and rock and regarded as an innovator who has applied his unique visionary spin that has expanded the vocabulary of modern music. Features Ponty, violin; Wally Minko, keyboards; Jamie Glaser, guitar; Rayford Griffin, drums, and Baron Browne, bass. 8 pm. http://www.scottsdaleperformingarts.org/
    9 SHOW LOW: Free Movie in the Park – Frontier Park. Don’t miss out on watching Disney’s Moana. Bring a camping chair or blanket and experience the fun of watching this action packed movie outdoors on a giant screen! Cold beverages & delicious treats will be available for purchase. 8 pm. 928-532-4140
    9 TUCSON: Friday Night Live! at Main Gate Square – Haboob – Haboob performs traditional jazz at the 2017 Jazz Concert Series at Main Gate Square shopping and dining corridor. Parking is free in the Tyndall Garage after 5 pm with Main Gate merchant validation or validation at the concert. Free. 520-622-8613 or http://www.maingatesquare.com/jazz-concert-schedule/
    9 SCOTTSDALE: Jean Luc Ponty – The Atlantic Years – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Ponty is a pioneer and undisputed master of the violin in the arena of jazz and rock and regarded as an innovator who has applied his unique visionary spin that has expanded the vocabulary of modern music. Features Ponty, violin; Wally Minko, keyboards; Jamie Glaser, guitar; Rayford Griffin, drums, and Baron Browne, bass. 8 pm. http://www.scottsdaleperformingarts.org/
    9-10 GREER: Greer Days – Main Street. Friday -Heavenly Vendor Village with arts & crafts, food, jewelry, clothes, paintings, furniture, toys and more, children’s games; 10 am – 5 pm; Saturday – 10 am parade with horses and riders, Native American dancers, floats, antique cars and more; Heavenly Vendor Village continues 10 am – 5 pm, children’s games; 1 pm, Lucky Duck Race where children and adults race toy ducks for fun and in pursuit of the big prize. http://greerarizona.com/events/ or http://greercivic.org/
    9-10 PINE: Strawberry Patchers 21st Annual Quilt Show – Pine Community Center. Come join us in the cool mountain air and enjoy creative, innovative and traditional quilts and wearable art, Black, White and one more Color Challenge and Song Title Challenge exhibits. Vendor Mall, free demos, hourly drawings, Opportunity Quilt. Bring a non-perishable food item and get a ticket to win a quilt, drawing on June 10. Viewer voting on Friday only. $3. http://strawberrypatchers.com/
    9-10 TUCSON: FC Tucson Women’s Soccer Double Header Weekend – Kino Sports North Stadium. FC Tucson Women’s Professional Soccer League (WPSL) will take on the San Diego Sealions women’s soccer on Jun 9 and LA Galaxy women’s soccer on Saturday, Jun 10. Gates open 1 hour before kickoff. Children 4 and under admitted free but not guaranteed seats. $7 adult, $4.90 children 5-12. 7:30 pm. 520-334-1115 x1 or http://fctucson.com/team/2017-womens-schedule-homeaway/

    9-25 PHOENIX: The Wizard of Oz – Herberger Theater Center. Dorothy and her little dog, Toto, live on a farm in Kansas until they are caught in a tornado and swept away to the magical land of OZ. When her house accidently lands on the Wicked Witch of the East, everyone is exuberant, except the Wicked Witch of the West who seeks revenge for the death of her sister. 602-252-8497 or http://www.herbergertheater.org
    10 CLARKDALE: Saturday Starlight Train – Verde Canyon Railroad, On select Saturdays during the summer months, Verde Canyon Railroad travels during the cooler temperatures of late afternoon through sunset, twilight and starlight, serving up a wide ranging mix of light, color and shadow as the Canyon transforms into a moonlit dreamscape. 5:30 pm. 928-639-0010 or 800-293-7245 or http://www.verdecanyonrr.com
    10 FLAGSTAFF: 5th Annual Flagstaff Blues and Brews Festival – Continental Country Club Driving Range. Major Blues favorites, includes craft brews, vendors, food, a kid’s area and more, benefits local music and art programs. $25-75. 11 am – 9 pm. 928-606-5601 or http://www.flagstaffblues.com/
    10 FLAGSTAFF: 25th Annual Made in the Shade Beer Tasting Festival – Pepsi Amphitheater. Made in the Shade Beer Tasting Festival returns for its 25th year. Every dollar raised goes to Sun Sounds Foundation and allows print-disabled people to stay connected to their community. It’s an opportunity to support an information access service while having a good time in Flagstaff. $15-90. 1-5 pm. 928-779-1775 or http://www.azbeer.com
    10 FLAGSTAFF: 3rd Annual Flagstaff Extreme Big Pine Trail Runs – Fort Tuthill. Trail ranges from narrow single track to wide well-maintained forest paths, well graded for beginners while allowing the more experienced runner to stretch their legs and gun for a fast time while still maintaining the challenge of being at a higher elevation, designed as a multi-loop race with the 54 km doing 4 full circuits (27 Km = 2 loops / 13 Km = 1 loop) & 6K. http://www.aravaiparunning.com/big-pine/
    10 FLAGSTAFF: 11th Annual Summer Navajo Rug Auction – Museum of Northern Arizona. Features 300 vintage and contemporary Navajo weavings in a variety of styles, many local weavers attend to present their works, specialists and experts will talk with consignors about their items, auctioneers from R.B. Burnham & Co. Trading Post, by Flagstaff Cultural Partners. Free. Preview 9 am – 1 pm, auction at 2 pm. 928-779-2300 or http://flagartscouncil.org/
    10 HOLBROOK: 4th Annual Holbrook Route 66 Festival & Gunslinger Car Show – Features a car show, live entertainment, games, Route 66 memorabilia, food and activities for the entire family. Come to Holbrook and see what Historic Route 66 is all about. Free. 8 am – 7 pm. 928-524-6225 or http://www.facebook.com/HolbrookRoute66Festival/?fref=ts or http://goholbrook.com/rt66
    10 PHOENIX: Phoenix Mercury vs. Los Angeles Sparks – Talking Stick Resort Arena, three-time WNBA Champions led by Olympic gold medalists Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner, 7 pm. http://PhoenixMercury.com
    10 SCOTTSDALE: 42nd Annual Mighty Mud Mania – Chaparral Park. Offers muddy obstacles for people of all ages and ability levels. There are even non-muddy activities for those who prefer not to get muddy! The event includes the Original Mud course, Mini Mud, Mud Nursery, Mudville, Extreme course, and Inflatable Slide Arena. The event is free for everyone to attend, mud courses are free for anyone 0 – 17. 7:30 am – 1 pm. http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/
    10-11 FLAGSTAFF: 46th Annual Arizona State Championship Chili Cook-Off – Thorpe Park. Chili cooks from all over the southwest compete to qualify for the World Championships in Red Chili, Chili Verde and salsa, public tasting, crafters, vendors, 34th Annual Route 66 Regional Chili Cookoff on Saturday, sanctioned by the ICS. Sat 10 am – 4 pm, Sun 9 am – 3 pm. 928-853-1161 or [email protected] or http://www.flagstaffarizona.org or http://www.chilicookoff.com
    10 PARKER: 40th Annual Great Western Tube Float – 40 Floatin’ Years – Launch from Buckskin Mountain State Park and finish at La Paz County Park. Take in the stunning scenery along the route. While floating, you will see the serene shoreline of both the Arizona and California coasts along the mighty Colorado on the Parker Strip. 8:30 am, 928-669-6511 or http://parkerfun.com
    10 PHOENIX: Phoenix Mercury vs. Los Angeles Sparks – Talking Stick Resort Arena, three-time WNBA Champions led by Olympic gold medalists Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner, 7 pm. http://PhoenixMercury.com
    10 PHOENIX: 11th Annual Bloomsday Celebration – Irish Cultural Center. A variety of beers and entertainment as “Leopold Bloom”, the main character from Irish author James Joyce’s novel Ulysses is commemorated, NOT for young ears, readings from the book throughout the day in the Library and Cottage, music and food in the Great Hall.7-11 pm. 602-258-0109 or http://www.azirish.org
    10 PINETOP/LAKESIDE: White Mountain Forest Fair – Healthy Forests for Safe Communities – White Mountain Wildlife & Nature Center. Presentations and demonstrations on benefits of thinning our forests to protect communities, ways thinning material is put to use in local industries, and how squirrels and forests interact. Free. 10 am. 928-358-3069 or http://www.wmnature.org H
    10 SCOTTSDALE: 42nd Annual Mighty Mud Mania – Chaparral Park. Offers muddy obstacles for people of all ages and ability levels. There are even non-muddy activities for those who prefer not to get muddy! The event includes the Original Mud course, Mini Mud, Mud Nursery, Mudville, Extreme course, and Inflatable Slide Arena. The event is free for everyone to attend, mud courses are free for anyone 0 – 17. 7:30 am – 1 pm. http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/
    10 SUPERIOR: Learn Your Lizards – Boyce Thompson Arboretum. This entertaining guided tour around the gardens is not just for kids — popular Lizard Walks are for all who enjoy Arizona’s most common, colorful and charismatic little reptiles. No additional fee, and no pre-registration, just be in our Visitor Center breezeway at 8 am. With ‘Wild Man Phil’ Rakoci is our guide! $5-12.50. 520-689-2811 or http://arboretum.ag.arizona.edu
    10 TUCSON: 2nd Saturdays Downtown – A free, all-ages urban street fair for the entire family. Streets are full of activities from the Kids’ Area at the So. Arizona Transportation Museum to Congress Street to the Fox Tucson Theatre. Families can walk and enjoy Downtown. Make sure the kids make it to the free movie at the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum, 414 N. Toole (at 5th Ave). 4-10 pm (March – November hours). 520-339-1744 or http://www.2ndsaturdaysdowntown.com/
    10 TUCSON: Cool Summer Nights: World Oceans Night – Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. Enjoy complimentary sustainable seafood tastings from Fini’s Landing, Hotel Congress, Maynards, Penca, Primo at Starr Pass, and Rojo Hospitality. Learn about the biodiversity of this marine environment and how to protect it with Biosphere 2, CEDO, Desert Dolphins, Marine Awareness and Conservation Society, The Dive Shop, The Fin Foundation, and the University of Arizona. Please wear blue in honor of World Oceans Day! 5-10 pm. 520-883-2702 or http://www.desertmuseum.org
    10-11 FLAGSTAFF: 46th Annual Arizona State Championship Chili Cook-Off – Thorpe Park. Chili cooks from all over the southwest compete to qualify for the World Championships in Red Chili, Chili Verde and salsa, public tasting, crafters, vendors, 34th Annual Route 66 Regional Chili Cookoff on Saturday, sanctioned by the ICS. Sat 10 am – 4 pm, Sun 9 am – 3 pm. 928-853-1161 or [email protected] or http://www.flagstaffarizona.org or http://www.chilicookoff.com
    10-11 PHOENIX: Experience Brazil – Musical Instrument Museum. Let MIM immerse you in the sights and sounds of Brazilian culture and music. Experience vibrant musical performances, Brazilian dance workshops, and a Brazilian-inspired menu. Top off the day with shopping for Brazilian merchandise at the Museum Store. 9 am – 5 pm. http://mim.org/
    10-9/2 TEMPE: Gabriel Rico – ASU Art Museum. For his first museum exhibition in the United Sates, Rico will create an installation of new works using unique materials such as taxidermy animals, neon and found natural objects to address the relationship between nature, architecture and the future ruins of civilization. http://asuartmuseum.asu.edu
    11 KINGMAN: Sounds of Kingman – Concert in the Park: Lonesome Dick – Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, coolers. Free. 5 pm. 928-715-0288 or http://www.soundsofkingman.com/
    11 PHOENIX: Chicago & The Doobie Brothers – Ak-Chin Pavilion. http://livenation.com
    11 PHOENIX: 2017 ARR Summer Series Race #2 – Rose Mofford Park. 5K run/walk, the point series awards medals to the top three (3) overall run and top three (3) overall walk and to the following age groups (run only): 10 and under, 11-13, 14-17, 18-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 and over, awards for the series are given at the Endless Summer Distance Classic in September. 6:30 am. 602-684-1496 or http://www.arizonaroadracers.com

    11 SCOTTSDALE: Arizona Sunrise Series #2 – Scottsdale Sports Complex. 5K run, custom series medal, add-on for each series race you complete, custom event dri-fit tech T-shirt, extra water stations along the course, pre- and post race “runner’s brunch,” course set/marked by professional race management team. $30. 6:30 am. http://startlineracing.com/
    11-7/29 FLAGSTAFF: NightVisions 2017 – Coconino Center for the Arts. An art exhibition that celebrates the beauty of the night sky and seeks to re-open our positive connections to the natural night and to bridge the divide separating artistic from scientific perception, promoting the idea that science and art are two intertwined aspects of human experience. http://flagartscouncil.org/
    12-18 TSAILE: 21st Annual Sheep is Life Celebration – Diné College. A gathering for those who love sheep, wool, fiber arts and the diverse cultures that have maintained these lifeways for thousands of years, register for 1- to 5-day fiber arts and culture workshops, Mon – Fri, taught by Diné (Navajo) master artists in the beautiful Chuska Mountains of the Navajo Nation, free public events on Fri-Sat include hands-on activities, youth programs, sheep camp, fireside discussions, exhibits, demonstrations, and juried sheep and wool shows. 505-406-7428 or http://www.navajolifeway.org
    13 TUCSON: Acoustic Alchemy in Concert at The Rialto – Triple Grammy award-nominated artist Acoustic Alchemy, an ever-evolving force in contemporary jazz, performs at the Historic Rialto Theatre. 7 pm doors open; 8 pm show time. $25-34. 520-740-1000 or http://www.rialtotheatre.com/event/1466132-acoustic-alchemy-tucson/

    14-17 FLAGSTAFF: 6th Annual Celebrate! Quilt Camp & Show – Doubletree Hotel. Premier show and camp, quilt classes, lectures, retreat, show, goody-bag, national and regional teachers, give-aways, Quilt-’til-you-wilt pajama and pizza party, show and tell. $30-35. 928-526-9403 or http://www.celebratequilts.com
    15-16 MOENKOPI: Experience Hopi Presentations: Basketry – Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites. Join us o the Hopi Arts Trail for an introduction into Hopi culture and arts and crafts from Hopi artists. The beautiful artwork is created before your eyes. 6-9 pm. 928-283-4500 or http://HopiArtsTrail.com or http://www.ExperienceHopi.com

    15-18 WILLIAMS: 20th Annual Cowpunchers Reunion Rodeo – Williams Rodeo Grounds. The real working cowboys get together and put on a big rodeo for themselves. Rodeo performances start daily at 1pm, dance Friday and Saturday. $5, kids 10 & under free. 928-853-6495 or http://www.ExperienceWilliams.com or http://www.azcowpunchers.com
    15-25 SCOTTSDALE: 10th Annual New Summer Shorts 2017 – Theatre Artists Studio. Our summer festival of short plays penned by Studio playwrights is an annual audience favorite. Some comical, some dramatic, some completely absurd, they all add up to 90 minutes of unique theatre you won’t experience anywhere else. $25. 7:30 & 2 pm. 602-765-0120 or http://thestudiophx.org
    16 PHOENIX: Phoenix Mercury vs. Chicago Sky – Talking Stick Resort Arena, three-time WNBA Champions led by Olympic gold medalists Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner, 7 pm. http://PhoenixMercury.com
    16 PHOENIX: Phoenix Mercury vs. Chicago Sky – Talking Stick Resort Arena. Three-time WNBA Champions led by Olympic gold medalists Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner. 7 pm. http://PhoenixMercury.com
    16 PHOENIX: Music in the Garden Spring 2017: Robby Roberson Band – Desert Botanical Garden. Featuring soft rock/Americana. Advance purchase recommended. $25-30, Additional dinner is also available. Doors open at 5:30 pm, concert at 7:30 pm. Must be age 21+. 480-481-8188 or http://www.dbg.org/music
    16 PHOENIX: Katt Williams – Great America Tour – Comerica Theatre. http://livenation.com
    16 TUCSON: Jason Mraz & His Superband – Centennial Hall. http://www.livenation.com

    16-17 ALPINE: 5th Annual Alpine Country Blues Festival – Mellody Field. Food vendors, beer and wine garden, hay ride, bring a blanket or lawn chair. $10-20. 7 pm. http://alpineazmusicfest.com/

    16-18 BISBEE: GLBT Pride Weekend – Downtown. Street fair, leather and lace ball, pool party, music, dancing. Free. http://www.bisbeepride.com
    17 CLARKDALE: Clarkdale’s Concerts in the Park: Cadillac Angels – Clarkdale Town Park. The Town has implemented a concert hotline that you can call to hear a recorded message providing the most up to date information including who is scheduled to perform or if the concert has been delayed or cancelled due to weather conditions. Free. 7 pm. Concert Hotline is 928-639-2492 or http://www.clarkdale.az.gov/concerts_in_the_park.htm
    17 KINGMAN: Chillin’ on Beale St. – Historic Downtown. A down town block party featuring classic cars, food, games and prizes. 5:30-10 pm. 928-753-6106 or http://www.gokingman.com/
    17 PHOENIX: Brit Floyd: The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show – Immersion World Tour – Comerica Theatre. http://www.livenation.com
    17 PINETOP/LAKESIDE: 7th Annual High Mountain Music Festival – Pinetop Lakes Equestrian Center. Featuring music, micro brewery tasting, art & craft vendors, bring your own chairs. noon – 8 pm. 928-367-4290
    17 PRESCOTT: 17th Annual Yavapai Classic Cruisers Show – Mile High Middle School. Benefiting Meals on Wheels & Mile High MS. 8 am – 2 pm. 928-203-0295 or http://www.yccaz.org
    17 PRESCOTT: Annual Walker Days & Mountain Art Market – Walker Fire Protection Association. Includes fund raising events for the Fire Department, vendor booths with antiques, collectables, art and public information, a rummage sale, silent auction, kid games and activities and live music and food. Free. 9 am – 3 pm. 928-777-2424 or http://walkerfire.org
    17 SEDONA: Sedona’s Turquoise Cowgirl and Native Princess Fashion Show – Tlaquepaque. Featuring more than 12 Native American Designers from across the US. Enjoy Navajo dances and Tribal Youth Artwork. Wine available form Pillsbury and Fire Mountain. Free. 11 am – 3 pm. 928-274-4765
    17 SHOW LOW: Show Low Ford’s 10th Annual Bike the Bluff Arizona State Championship Road Race – Presented by Alpha Oxy Med. Open bicycle races for kids and adults as well as USA Cycling sanctioned races. 928-205-1031 or http://www.bikethebluff.com/ or http://www.showlowchamber.com/
    17 TUCSON: 2017 Cool Summer Nights: Creatures of the Night – Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. Want to know what creatures party in the nighttime? Here’s your chance to find out! Experience live animal interpretations on grounds, spend time with our animated animals, and enjoy our popular Desert Survivors show. Free with museum admission. 5-10 pm. 520-883-2702 or http://www.desertmuseum.org
    17 TUCSON: The Tucson 23: Mexican Food Festival – JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa. Celebrating Visit Tucson’s best 23 miles of Mexican food in America, feature weekend stay-cation packages, food demos and education, live music and more. $45 in advance – tickets include food samplings from up to 30 of the participating restaurants, beer and tequila sampling, live mariachi and norteño music. $49. 6 pm. 520-797-3959 or http://saaca.org/
    17-18 PINE: 27th Annual Pine/Strawberry Festival – Pine Community Center, cool mountain air, flats of fresh strawberries, arts and crafts, food vendors and strawberry treats. Sat 9 am – 5 pm, Sun 9 am – 4 pm. http://www.psbcaz.com
    17-24 GRAND CANYON: 27th Annual Grand Canyon Star Party –South Rim. Sponsored by National Park Service and the Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association, amateur astronomers from across the country will be volunteering their expertise, numerous telescopes set up to view, on the South Rim the event includes a slide show at 8 pm. 928-638-7967 or http://www.nps.gov/grca or http://tucsonastronomy.org/gcsp.html
    17-24 PRESCOTT: 4th Annual Shakespeare in the Pines: The Taming of the Shrew – Highlands Center for Natural History. This summer, Laark Productions brings a fresh spin to this class-conscious comedy, setting it in the strict social order of the Edwardian Age. $60 includes appetizers, drinks, coffee and dessert. 6:30 pm. http://www.laarkproductions.org
    18 CORDES JUNCTION: Juneteenth Jazz Splash Festival Concert & Cabaret – Arcosanti. Reception opens at Noon with the special Cabaret Lounge Show & Buffet “Meet & Greet” beginning at 1pm with the fabulous Billy Mitchell Trio. Then move to the Arcosanti covered amphitheater for Concert featuring the warm mellow delivery of the new Milt Cannon Quartet and featured guest artist Yuko Mabuchi. 1-7 pm. http://www.pjazz.org  For festival updates: www.miltcannonacademy.com
    18 FLAGSTAFF: Riordan Community Day – Riordan Mansion State Historic Park. Celebrate our wonderful Flagstaff Community with activities for the whole family including time period games, Route 66 Car Club, local community organizations, craft vendors, and Riordan Action Network’s annual bake sale and hot dog stand. Free. 928-779-4395

    20-25 TEMPE: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – ASU Gammage. Fifteen-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain; he is exceptionally intelligent but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion for killing his neighbor’s dog, he sets out to identify the true culprit, which leads to an earth-shattering discovery and a journey that will change his life forever. Part of the Broadway Series. http://asugammage.com/
    20-9/30 SCOTTSDALE: The Rennard Strickland Collection of Western Film History – Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West. Features Western film posters, lobby cards, and associated ephemera and memorabilia dating from the 1800s to the present, curated from the world’s largest—and most historically important and inclusive—collection of Western film graphic arts. $8-13. http://scottsdalemuseumwest.org

    21-24 FLAGSTAFF: Flagstaff Pro Rodeo – A PRCA sanctioned rodeo with bull riding, barrel racing, bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, team roping, tie down roping and steer wrestling, also a mutton busting before the performance each night for kids under 8 years old and/or under 50 pounds. http://www.flagstaffrodeo.com/
    22-25 CONCHO: 14th Annual Lavender Festival – Red Rock Farms. U-cut lavender, lavender growing discussion, cooking with lavender demonstrations & tastings and topic of the day. Products for sale, growing tips. $5. 9 am – 3 pm. 928-337-2289 or http://www.redrockfarms.com/lavender-festival/
    22 TUCSON: Gordon Light foot In Concert: The Legend Lives On…. – Fox Tucson Theatre. Presenting the legendary singer-songwriter. The tour will feature his well-known hits as well as some deep album cuts for the die-hard fanatics. All of which are woven together with some of Lightfoot’s own behind the scenes stories and personal anecdotes about his historic 50-year musical career. $35 and up. 8 pm. 520-624-1515 or http://foxtucson.com

    23 PHOENIX: Queen + Adam Lambert – Gila River Arena. http://livenation.com
    23 PHOENIX: Music in the Garden Spring 2017: Wes Ringel, Scott Dunlap and AZ Dueling Pianos – Desert Botanical Garden. Featuring Rock, Top 40 from the ‘50s to today. Advance purchase recommended. $25-30, Additional dinner is also available. Doors open at 5:30 pm, concert at 7:30 pm. Must be age 21+. 480-481-8188 or http://www.dbg.org/music

    23 SHOW LOW: Free Movie in the Park – Frontier Park. Don’t miss out on watching the epic blockbuster hit, Disney’s Rogue One a Star Wars Story (rated PG-13). Bring a camping chair or blanket and experience the fun of watching this action packed movie outdoors on a giant screen! Cold beverages & delicious treats will be available for purchase. 8 pm. 928-532-4140
    23 TUCSON: FC Tucson Women’s Soccer vs. Phoenix Del sol – Kino Sports North Stadium. FC Tucson Women’s Professional Soccer League (WPSL) will take on the Phoenix Del Sol women’s soccer team. Starts at 7:30 pm. Gates open 1 hour before kickoff. $7 adult, $4.90 children 5-12, Children 4 and under admitted free but not guaranteed seats. 520-334-1115 x1 or http://fctucson.com/team/2017-womens-schedule-homeaway/
    23-24 HON-DAH: 8th Annual White Mountain Bike Rally – Hon-Dah Resort Casino & Conference Center. Bike contest, poker run, food, entertainment and beer garden. 928-369-7576
    23-24 NUTRIOSO: Annual Nutrioso Rummage Sale – Nutrioso Community Center. 928-339-4122 or http://www.alpinearizona.com

    23 PINETOP-LAKESIDE: Relay for Life of the White Mountains – Mountain Meadow Recreation Complex. To celebrate survivorship, remember those lost to cancer and raise $ for the fight against cancer. 6 pm – 6 am. 928-537-7346
    23-24 HON-DAH: 8th Annual White Mountain Bike Rally – Hon-Dah Resort Casino & Conference Center. Bike contest, poker run, food, entertainment and beer garden. 928-369-7576
    24 COTTONWOOD: 4th Annual Tilted Earth Wine & Music Festival – Page Springs Cellars Vineyard and Winery. Wine, music and feasting. 6 pm. http://tiltedearthfestival.com/
    24 FLAGSTAFF: 19th Annual Northland Hospice Run for Life – Wheeler Park. 10K, or 5K and 1-mile Kid’s Fun Run, kid’s race, all ages compete, T-shirt, food, entertainment, awards for top finishers in nine categories, 6 am registration. $15-50. 928-779-1227 or http://www.northlandhospice.org

    24 FLAGSTAFF: Sunset Crater Volcano Solar & Star Party – Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. Drive time from Flagstaff is 30 minutes. Solar viewing takes place at Sunset Crater Volcano Visitor Center 1-4 pm. All other events will take place at the Lava Flow Trail parking lot, located 1.5 miles east of the Sunset Crater Volcano visitor center on the park loop drive (FS 545), at 8 pm. https://www.nps.gov/sucr/planyourvisit/summer-night-sky-events.htm
    24 GILBERT: Arizona Sunrise Series #3 – Freestone Park, 5K run, custom series medal, add-on for each series race you complete, custom event dri-fit tech T-shirt, extra water stations along the course, pre- and post race “runner’s brunch,” course set/marked by professional race management team. $30. 6:30 am. http://startlineracing.com/
    24 PHOENIX: 4th Annual beta dance festival – Phoenix Center for the Arts. Beta features innovative and captivating dance works submitted by local dance artists and companies. Provides the opportunity for local dance artists to produce and perform their own original works. Seeks to introduce dance supporters in Phoenix area to new artistic voices of movement in an effort to grow and cultivate the Phoenix dance scene. 7:30 pm. 602-254-3100 or http://phoenixcenterforthearts.org/
    24 PINETOP/LAKESIDE: Creature of the Zuni Lagoon – Dinosaurs & Geology of the White Mountains – White Mountain Wildlife & Nature Center. Learn about 90-million year old animals under our feet and the incredible geology of our region in a fun, informative presentation by the White Mountain Dinosaur Exploration Center. Free. 10 am. 928-358-3069 or http://www.wmnature.org H
    24 SUPERIOR: Butterfly Walk – Boyce Thompson Arboretum. A walking tour, with guide Marceline VandeWater, to see, photograph and learn about colorful species ranging from Empress Leilia to Queen, Spring Azure and more. This relaxed and slow-moving walk explores the Hummingbird-Butterfly Garden, Demonstration Garden and Children’s Garden collections. $5-12.50. 8:30 am, 520-689-2811 or http://arboretum.ag.arizona.edu
    24 TUCSON: Few Miles South – Sea of Glass Center for the Arts. 5-piece blend of traditional and modern country sounds with sonic influences ranging from Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, to the Allman Brothers and Sturgill Simpson. $13-28. 7:30 pm. 520-398-2542 or http://theseaofglass.org
    24 TUCSON: 2017 Cool Summer Nights: Astronomy Night – Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. Join experts from the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) for a star-studded adventure with lots of Solar System hands-on activities. Enjoy a lively discussion with Dr. Kevin Hainline about the fascinating formation of our solar system and the wonders of the night sky. He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Arizona and member of the James Webb Space Telescope NIRCam science team. Free with museum admission, 5-10 pm. 520-883-2702 or http://www.desertmuseum.org

    24-25 FLAGSTAFF: 16th Annual Flagstaff Folk Festival – Coconino Center for the Arts. More than 150 musicians perform on four different stages, live acoustic music by individual, group acts, fiddlers, folk singers, string bands, jam sessions, workshops for playing, song writing, and more, by Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music. $5 or $15 family. 10 am – 6 pm. http://www.flagfolkfest.org
    24-25 PRESCOTT: 36th Annual Bluegrass Festival – Courthouse Plaza. Top bands, jam sessions, workshops. Free. Sat 10:30 am – 6 pm and concert at 7pm. Sun 10:30 am – 3 pm. 800-266-7534 or 928-445-2000 or https://prescott.org/event/36th-annual-prescott-bluegrass-festival/
    24-25 TUCSON: The Tucson KidFest – Tucson Convention Center. The event will be held indoors at the Tucson Convention Center and will offer activities for kids of all ages, including skateboard/BMX half pipe shows, game trucks, jumping castles, carnival rides, laser tag, a Bookman’s Entertainment Area and more. 11 am. $15-12, 520-791-4101 X 1 or 800-745-3000 or
    http://tucsonconventioncenter.com/events/tucson-kidsfest/

    25 PHOENIX: Opera & Gelato Film Fest – Arizona Opera Center Black Box. Features free film screenings of performances from Italy’s most famous opera house, Teatro alla Scala, in Milan. This week features The Magic Flute. Free. Reservations required. 2 pm. 602-266-7464 or http://www.azopera.org
    25 PHOENIX: Brad Paisley – Ak-Chin Pavilion. With Dustin Lynch, Chase Bryant and Lidsay Ell. http://LiveNation.com
    25 SUPERIOR: Edible & Medicinal Plants – Boyce Thompson Arboretum. One-hour walk up the Curandero Trail to learn about Sonoran Desert plants, a few moderately steep sections, guided by Choctaw nation member and ethno botanist David Morris. $5-12.50. 8 am. 520-689-2811 or http://arboretum.ag.arizona.edu

    28 PHOENIX: Iron Maiden “The Book of Souls” Tour – Talking Stick Resort Arena. With special guest, Ghost. http://www.livenation.com
    28-7/4 PRESCOTT: 130th Annual Prescott Frontier Days & World’s Oldest Rodeo – Prescott Rodeo Grounds. 8 rodeo performances, Arizona’s largest rodeo parade, kiddie parade, arts & crafts show, food, rodeo dances. 7:30 & 1:30 pm select days. 928-445-3103 or 866-407-6336 or http://www.worldsoldestrodeo.com
    29-30 DRAGOON: 8th Annual Garlic Festival and Benefit – Triangle T Ranch. Vendors, music, food, fun, games, prizes, crafts, garlic cooking contest, farmer’s market, benefits Wounded Warriors and Make-A-Wish of Arizona. 10 am – 6 pm. 520-586-7533 or http://www.azretreatcenter.com/
    29-7/2 CONCHO: 14th Annual Lavender Festival – Red Rock Farms. U-cut lavender, lavender growing discussion, cooking with lavender demonstrations & tastings and topic of the day. Products for sale, growing tips. $5. 9 am – 3 pm. 928-337-2289 or http://www.redrockfarms.com/lavender-festival/
    30 PHOENIX: Santana – Ak-Chin Pavilion. http://www.livenation.com
    30 PHOENIX: Phoenix Mercury vs. Minnesota Lynx – Talking Stick Resort Arena, three-time WNBA Champions led by Olympic gold medalists Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner, 7 pm. http://PhoenixMercury.com
    30 SHOW LOW: Annual Show Low Deuces Wild Rodeo – Village Arena. Cowboys and cowgirls from Arizona and surrounding states compete in events including bull riding, barrel racing, bareback riding, team roping, saddle bronc riding, and tie-down roping. 7 pm. 928-537-3883 or http://www.deuceswildrodeo.us/
    30 SHOW LOW: Red-White-Bluau – Family Luau for 4th of July. Luau is 4th of July fun with a tropical twist. Enjoy carnival games and win coins that you can trade for some fun prizes and a sun shack snack bar. Cost is $2 per person or $10 per immediate family. 928-532-4130 or http://www.showlowchamber.com/


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