The OG taco festival is back for its ninth year. And this year promises to be bigger, and tastier, than ever. Taco teams from around 50 restaurants across The Valley will be slinging $2 tacos from 11am to 7pm daily. There will be live music, lucha libre wrestling, eating contests, and did we mention, tacos? There’s even a chihuahua pageant on the schedule.
Want to level up your knowledge of our universe? Learn from the best, and see Harvard- and Columbia-educated astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson talk on science-related topics. The show is set to start at 7:30pm. You can hear him talk all things science, pop culture, and comedy on his weekly show StarTalk Radio, or catch his show on National Geographic.
Cost: Tickets start at $35
Funnyman Bill Burr is bringing his stand up act to Comerica Theatre. Snag your ticket while you can -- single tickets are still available. Show starts at 8pm. Can’t make it to the show? His latest comedy special Walk Your Way Out is streaming on Netflix now.
American storytelling at its weirdest/craziest is what you can expect from this special event at StandUpLive. Ari Shaffir will be joined by a handful of other funny people and they’ll all be telling hilarious, and true, stories taken from their own life experiences. Show begins at 11:30pm.
Happening at Indian Steele Park, this Dia de los Muertos celebration will feature traditional entertainment such as ballet folklorico and music from Phoenix’s all-female mariachi group, Mariachi Rubor. There will also be opportunities for mask making, sugar skull decorating, and a community altar to pay your respects.