Sure, these amazing food deals can keep you busy throughout most of the month. But eventually you’ll have to take a break between bites of tacos and pizza. Comedy shows, outdoor yoga classes, a community bike ride, and free admission into some of the best museums in town are all part of this weekend’s agenda. And if you’re hungry for more, you’ll want to get those reservations made for Arizona Restaurant Week. Here’s what’s happening around The Valley this weekend. Stay hungry, Phoenix.
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Friday, September 20 Downtown Phoenix Loud Luxury is playing The Van Buren as part of their Nights Like This Tour. The music production and DJ duo will also be joined by Meduza. Doors to the show open at 9pm. Cost: $25
Friday, September 20 - Saturday, September 21 Downtown Phoenix The hilarious Fortune Feimster is in town for a few shows this weekend. You can catch her stand-up routine at Downtown Phoenix’s comedy club, StandUpLive. There are multiple showtimes to choose from, all of which have a two drink minimum. Cost: $25
Friday, September 20 - Sunday, September 22 Citywide Arizona Restaurant Week made its anticipated return this week. And you’re going to need to loosen your belt a few notches. This go-round more than 180 Arizona restaurants will be participating in the culinary showcase. Reservations are not required, but you might want to make ‘em to secure your table. Cost: $33, $44 per person
Saturday, September 21 Scottsdale September is National Yoga Month, celebrate with a flow class at Andaz. But not just any typical flow sesh. This outdoor yoga class led by instructors from YogaSix is followed-up by a pool party where you can sip mimosas and get vitamin shots from Scottsdale-based Second Nature Clinic. This morning class is set to begin at 9:30am. Cost: $15
Saturday, September 21 Citywide Some of the best things in life are free. Museum Day gives you the opportunity to discover some of the best museums and cultural exhibits in town, for free. The Desert Botanical Garden, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Pueblo Grande Museum and Archeological Park, Rosson House at Heritage Square, and the CAF Airbase Arizona Museum are just a few of the places participating in the one-day event. See the full list of participating local museums here. Cost: Free with ticket
Saturday, September 21 Queen Creek House-made sangrias will be flowing at Queen Creek Olive Mill for Sangrias and Sunsets, a free event with live music, outdoor games like corn hole and bocce ball, and plenty of sangria to go around. It all begins at 5pm. Cost: Free, food and drinks available for purchase
Sunday, September 22 Phoenix Comedian Jo Koy is bringing his Just Kidding World Tour to Celebrity Theatre. Tickets to the one-night-only event are going quick, snag yours before it’s too late. Can’t make it out to the show? Koy’s latest special Live from Seattle is available on Netflix. Cost: $51-$81
Sunday, September 22 Paradise Valley Flow yoga meets silent-disco at this unique yoga experience. Roll out your mat for a sunset vinyasa flow class led by yogis Debbie Popiel and Kevin Wathey where you’ll have your own set of sound immersion wireless headphones to vibe through your poses. Class begins at 5:30pm. Drinks and bites are available after the class. Cost: $15
Sunday, September 22 Downtown Phoenix The Downtown Pedal Around is back after a summer hiatus. Join fellow cyclers for a one hour ride around town. The group will meet at Civic Space Park at 5pm and will finish at Ziggy’s for some post-ride pizza and pinball. Cost: Free
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