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Local AZ Events

EVENTS –AUGUST 2014

ANTHEM

Anthem Sprint Triathlon

Anthem – Anthem Community Center

Anthem Sprint Triathlon – Anthem Community Center, reverse order sprint triathlon, hosted in conjunction with Team Anthem Multisport Club, a 5km run, a
fast 20km bike course and a 400m swim to the finish, 6:30 am, 623-330-0913 or http://www.4peaksracing.com

GLENDALE

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 3 2014


Summer Maricopa County Home & Garden Show

Glendale – University of Phoenix Stadium

Summer Maricopa County Home & Garden Show – University of Phoenix Stadium, “one-stop home improvement shopping,” shop, compare and save with more than
1000 exhibits of the Valley’s reputable companies all competing for your business and offering thousands of products and services for your home improvement
needs, $5, Fri 10 am – 6 pm, Sat 10 am – 6 pm, Sun 10 am – 5 pm, http://www.MCHomeShows.com

AUG 2 2014

5th Annual Dog Days of Summer

Glendale – Historic Downtown Glendal

5th Annual Dog Days of Summer – Historic Downtown Glendale, activities include photo stations, Frosty Paw Treats; appearance by Topaz, the Glendale Fire
Department’s crisis response dog; watering stations; pet aura photos; fresh baked dog treats; a fashion show; pet gifts and accessories, 7-10 am,
623-930-4500 or http://www.visitglendale.com

AUG 9 2014

Justin Timberlake

Glendale – Jobing.com Arena

Justin Timberlake – Jobing.com Arena, http://livenation.com

AUG 22 2014 – AUG 30 2014

Little Shop of Horrors

Glendale – Brelby Studio

Little Shop of Horrors – Brelby Studio, A down-and out skid row floral assistant becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers an exotic plant with a
mysterious craving for fresh blood, 7:30 & 2 pm, 623-282-2781 or http://brelby.com

PEORIA

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 17 2014

Peter Pan

Peoria – Arizona Broadway Theatre

Peter Pan – Arizona Broadway Theatre, known by many from the 1953 Disney movie, Peter Pan tells the story of the mischievous boy who can fly, who never
ages, and who spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the enchanting isles of Neverland as the undisputed leader of the Lost Boys, this summer,
audiences are invited to sprinkle a little pixie dust and join Peter, Wendy, Michael, John and Tinker Bell on a magical adventure as they battle alligators
and the notorious Captain Hook in Arizona Broadway Theatre’s high-flying and fanciful spectacle, 5:30 pm and noon, http://azbroadway.org

PHOENIX

JUL 28 2014 – AUG 5 2014

11th Annual Art Unraveled

Phoenix – Embassy Suites Phoenix-Scottsdale

11th Annual Art Unraveled – Embassy Suites Phoenix-Scottsdale, join others from around the world in mixed media art workshops 9 am – 4:30 pm and evening
workshops 6:30-9:30 pm , i.e., painting, drawing, jewelry making, book making, collage, journaling, metal clay, etc., workshops priced individually so that
you could attend 1 or many workshops; shopping Extravaganza on Saturday, 8/6, 10 am – 4 pm, http://www.artunraveled.com

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014


Picture This! Navajo Pictorial Textiles

Phoenix – Heard Museum

Picture This! Navajo Pictorial Textiles – Heard Museum, the many ways in which the weavers’ creativity and imagination have been woven with technical
mastery will be showcased, many weavers draw on important imagery from the Navajo culture, while others work in a popular folk-art style that infuses
images from the modern world into a distinctively Navajo perspective, http://www.heard.org

AUG 1 2014

Artlink First Fridays

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

AUG 1 2014

2014 Night Golf

Phoenix – Palo Verde Golf Course

9-hole course is lined with glow lights and players receive a glow necklace and glow ball, each foursome will receive a flash light to wave up the next
foursome, golfers walk or pull a cart, a tournament format as a four-person scramble and includes prizes and a goodie bag for each player, $100/foursome,
pre-register, 7 pm, 602-249-9930 or http://phoenix.gov/recreation/rec/facilities/golf/index.html

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 30 2014


Desert Botanical Garden Flashlight Tours 2014

Phoenix – Desert Botanical Garden

Self-paced stroll along the Garden’s Desert Discovery Trail, experience the plants, animals, sights and sounds of the desert night, bring a flashlight and
wear walking shoes, Thursdays-Saturdays, 7 pm, http://dbg.org

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 2 2014

Puppet Slam

Phoenix – Great Arizona Puppet Theatre

Puppet Slam – Great Arizona Puppet Theatre, quirky, edgy, short puppet show by Arizona’s leading puppeteers, we love kids, so please do not bring them to
the Adult Series Puppet Shows, $10-12, 8 pm, 602-262-2050 or http://azpuppets.org/

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 2 2014

Puppet Slam

Phoenix – Great Arizona Puppet Theatre

Puppet Slam – Great Arizona Puppet Theatre, quirky, edgy, short puppet show by Arizona’s leading puppeteers, we love kids, so please do not bring them to
the Adult Series Puppet Shows, $10-12, 8 pm, 602-262-2050 or http://azpuppets.org/

AUG 2 2014

Chicago and REO Speedwagon

Phoenix – Comerica Theatre

Chicago and REO Speedwagon – Comerica Theatre, 7:30 pm, http://livenation.com

AUG 2 2014

2nd Annual Phoenix DinoCon

Phoenix – Phoenix Center for the Arts

DinoCon – Phoenix Center for the Arts, an original pop culture dinosaur convention, $5, 3-9 pm, http://phxdinocon.com/

AUG 5 2014 – AUG 14 2014


…and the Chihuahua II – Lunch Time Theater

Phoenix – Herberger Theater Center

…and the Chihuahua II – Lunch Time Theater – Herberger Theatre, brings Karen Burns and Debra Rich together again as delightfully contentious business
partners asking the big questions about life, love and the unceasing pursuit of truth, $6, 12:10 pm, http://www.herbergertheater.org/

AUG 8 2014


Monumentour: Fall Out Boy and Paramore

Phoenix – Ak-Chin Pavilion

Monumentour: Fall Out Boy and Paramore – Ak-Chin Pavilion, 7 pm, http://livenation.com

AUG 8 2014

The Whispers

Phoenix – Celebrity Theatre

The Whispers – Celebrity Theatre, with Lakeside featuring Mark Wood, $39-59, 8:30 pm, http://celebritytheatre.ticketforce.com/

AUG 8 2014 – AUG 24 2014

West Side Story

Phoenix – Herberger Theater Center

West Side Story – Herberger Theater Center, the world’s greatest love story takes to the streets in this landmark Broadway musical, $16.50 plus fees,
602-252-8497 or http://vyt.com

AUG 10 2014

2014 ARR Summer Series Race #5

Phoenix – South Mountain Park

2014 ARR Summer Series Race #5 – South Mountain 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 point series are given at the I-Did-A-Run in September, 6:30 am, 602-954-8341 or http://www.arizonaroadracers.com

AUG 12 2014

Paul McCartney “Out There”

Phoenix – US Airways Center

Paul McCartney “Out There” – US Airways Center, features music from the most beloved catalogue in popular music, as Paul performs songs spanning his entire
career–as a solo artist, member of Wings and of course as a Beatle, the set list will also include material from Paul’s most recent studio album NEW, a
global hit upon its release last year, also massive screens, lasers, fireworks, unique video content and, of course, the best songs in the world,

http://ticketmaster.com

AUG 17 2014

John Legend – The All of Me Tour

Phoenix – Comerica Theatre

John Legend – The All of Me Tour – Comerica Theatre, $45-101, 7:30 pm, http://livenation.com

AUG 20 2014 – AUG 31 2014

The Three Little Pigs

Phoenix – Great Arizona Puppet Theater

The Three Little Pigs – Great Arizona Puppet Theatre, the big bad wolf and three little pigs are delightful to watch in this classic story told with large
rod puppets, ages pre-K and up, $7-10, 10 am – 2 pm, 602-262-2050 or http://azpuppets.org/

AUG 23 2014

2014 Night Golf

Phoenix – Palo Verde Golf Course

9-hole course is lined with glow lights and players receive a glow necklace and glow ball, each foursome will receive a flash light to wave up the next
foursome, golfers walk or pull a cart, a tournament format as a four-person scramble and includes prizes and a goodie bag for each player, $100/foursome,
pre-register, 6:30 pm, 602-249-9930 or http://phoenix.gov/recreation/rec/facilities/golf/index.html

AUG 23 2014 – AUG 24 2014


23rd Annual Family Cornfest, Arts & Crafts Fair

Phoenix – El Zaribah Shriner’s Auditorium

60 arts & crafts exhibitors, fresh sweet corn, free admission and parking, $9 for lunch, 602-231-0300 or http://www.el-zaribah.org

AUG 23 2014

Larry Hernandez

Phoenix – Celebrity Theatre

Larry Hernandez – Celebrity Theatre, seating is in the round, $35-85, 8 pm, http://celebritytheatre.ticketforce.com/

AUG 30 2014

10th Annual Phoenix Cooks!

Phoenix – The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

10th Annual Phoenix Cooks! – Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, food enthusiasts sample fare from culinary experts in our own backyard, taste, sip and
mingle with more than 50 of the best local chefs and restaurants, more than 30 wine, beer and mixology sampling booths, learn new recipes and techniques in
classroom experiences and stage demonstrations, benefit, $60-90, http://www.phoenixcooks.com

SCOTTSDALE

AUG 1 2014

The Sugar Thieves

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

The Sugar Thieves – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, dubbed the “Meat Shakin’ Blues Band,” they are a perfect mix of American music, with sounds
of New Orleans, Memphis, Chicago and Mississippi, they fuse blues, roots, folk, gospel and a little jazz, to make up one big bowl of sugar, the concert
opens with the duo of Mikel Lander and Meridith Moore on guitar and vocals, followed by the full band, 8 pm, http://www.ScottsdalePerformingArts.org

AUG 1 2014


Local & Live Fridays – The Sugar Thieves

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

Series showcases Arizona’s hottest musicians and bands, preconcert $5 happy-hour drinks and tacos from Distrito, this week a mix of American music, with
sounds of New Orleans, Memphis, Chicago and Mississippi, fusing blues, roots, folk, gospel and a little jazz, to make up one big bowl of sugar, opens with
the duo of Mikel Lander and Meridith Moore on guitar and vocals, followed by the full band, $10, http://www.ScottsdalePerformingArts.org

AUG 8 2014

Caribbean Cruisers

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

Caribbean Cruisers – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Caribbean Cruisers’ authentic sound celebrates the music of the islands: Barbados,
Trinidad, Bahamas and Jamaica, The Cruisers have collaborated with performers such as calypso icon Edwin Ayoung (aka ‘Crazy’) of Trinidad and Tobago,
Sweden’s Lars Hansson of Soca Rebels and former lead singer of the Baha Men, Nehemiah Hield, 8 pm, http://www.ScottsdalePerformingArts.org

AUG 15 2014

Cold Shott and the Hurricane Horns

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

Cold Shott and the Hurricane Horns – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, one of Arizona’s favorite bands, Cold Shott and the Hurricane Horns boast
rocking rhythm and three-piece horn sections along with powerful vocals, they perform classic and contemporary R&B, soul, rock, funk and jazz, 8 pm,

http://www.ScottsdalePerformingArts.org

AUG 17 2014 – AUG 25 2014


Discovery Series Film – Prime Time Soap (A Novela das Oito)

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

Curated by Amy Ettinger of the Scottsdale International Film Festival, this series features the vibrant and cutting-edge cinema of Brazil set against a
backdrop of disco fever and dictatorship, Prime Time Soap tells the story of high-class prostitute Amanda and her ‘maid’ Dora, who flee from Sao Paulo to
Rio de Janeiro, language: Portuguese with English subtitles, $5, 7 & 2 pm, http://www.ScottsdalePerformingArts.org

AUG 26 2014

Wynonna & The Big Noise

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

Wynonna & The Big Noise – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, The five-time Grammy Award-winner will perform her greatest hits along with a
selection of her favorite covers, $49-79, 480-499-8587 or http://www.ScottsdalePerformingArts.org

“OUT OF TOWN” EVENTS

FLAGSTAFF

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Arizona Snowbowl’s Scenic Skyride

Flagstaff – Arizona Snowbowl

The easiest way to see northern Arizona is by taking the skyride, ranger talks at the top, Fri-Sun., $10-15, 10 am – 4 pm, 928-779-1951 or

http://www.arizonasnowbowl.com

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Memento Mori

Flagstaff – Coconino Center for the Arts

An exhibition by Tina Mion of Winslow, Memento Mori (Latin for “remember that you will die”) is meant to remind viewers to make the most of their brief
lives, the subjects of Mion’s Memento Mori include the lives of humans, of animals and of life on our planet, free, 928-779-2300 or

http://www.flagartscouncil.org

AUG 1 2014


First Friday Art Walk presented by Flagstaff Cultural Partners

Flagstaff

First Friday Art Walk presented by Flagstaff Cultural Partners – Historic Downtown Flagstaff, live music and refreshment, meet local artists, shop for
original artwork, free, 6-9 pm, 928-773-2300 or http://www.FlagstaffArtWalk.com

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Flagstaff Outdoor Indian Market

Flagstaff

Flagstaff Outdoor Indian Market – near Beaver Street Brewery, featuring some of the finest Native American artists in the southwest, various performers
will make appearance on weekends, 9 am – 6 pm, 928-814-5064 or flagindianmarket@gmail.com

AUG 2 2014 – AUG 3 2014


65th Annual Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture – Walk in Beauty

Flagstaff – Museum of Northern Arizona

65th Annual Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture – Walk in Beauty – Museum of Northern Arizona, more than 70 Navajo artists, storytellers and cultural
interpreters from many clans, juried awards for basketry, meet basket makers creating works on-site, join rug weavers, silversmiths, potters, painters and
storytellers to learn about the Navajo “Beauty Way” philosophy of living in harmony, hike with a Navajo ethno botanist, Pollen Trail Dancers, activities
for kids, $4-7, 9 am – 5 pm, 928-774-5213 or http://www.musnaz.org

AUG 2 2014

August Evening Concert

Flagstaff – The Arboretum at Flagstaff

In the gardens under the shade of the cool pines, bring a picnic dinner, beer and wine for sale, this month features Jessica Fichot with Vincent Z, drawing
from her multi-ethnic French / Chinese / American upbringing, her music fuses styles and languages, taking the listener on a twisting journey out of the
French chanson tradition, into the lands of gypsy jazz, Chinese 1940′s swing, international folk, and into the wilderness of her imagination, $13-16, 5:30
pm, 928-774-1442 or http://www.thearb.org

AUG 2 2014


Movies on the Square: The Lego Movie

Flagstaff – Heritage Square

Movies on the Square: The Lego Movie – Heritage Square, enjoy Flagstaff summer weather, each event begins with entertainment from the community, music, and
then the movies start at dusk, free, Saturdays, 5-10 pm, http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

AUG 2 2014

Scavenger Blitz Flagstaff 2014

Flagstaff – Collins Irish Pub

Scavenger Blitz Flagstaff 2014 – Collins Irish Pub, fun urban adventure, teams of two to ten solve clues, travel to local points of interest and complete
fun challenges while discovering the city in a new way, 5-8 miles and takes 1.5-4 hours to complete, teams may use public transportation but may not use
bikes, cabs or private vehicles, part after the event, $70, 11 am, http://www.sierraadventuresports.com

AUG 6 2014

Eli Young Band

Flagstaff – Fort Tuthill

Eli Young Band – Fort Tuthill, the country music group has toured the nation with Kenny Chesney and received Single of the Year and Song of the Year
nominations from both the CMA and ACM, $28-40, gates at 6 pm, http://www.PepsiAmp.com

AUG 9 2014


37th Annual Dave McKay Memorial Run Big Brothers/Big Sisters

Flagstaff – Wheeler Park

37th Annual Dave McKay Memorial Run Big Brothers/Big Sisters Half Marathon, Half Marathon Walk & 5K Fun Run – Wheeler Park, one of the oldest half
marathons in Arizona, pre-race pasta dinner the night before, more than 400 runners from around the country, climb 700 feet to the top of Observatory Mesa,
$30-60, 7:30 am, 928-774-0649 or http://www.bbbsf.com or http://www.virtualroster.com

AUG 9 2014


Movies on the Square: Willie Wonka Movie

Flagstaff – Heritage Square

Movies on the Square: Willie Wonka – Heritage Square, enjoy Flagstaff summer weather, each event begins with entertainment from the community, music, and
then the movies start at dusk, this week features Theatrikids, free, Saturdays, 5-10 pm, http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

AUG 10 2014

30th Annual Mountain Man Triathlon

Flagstaff – Lake Mary

30th Annual Mountain Man Triathlon – Lake Mary, Sprint: swim 700 meters, bike 10.6 miles, run 3.1 miles; Olympic: swim 1500 meters, bike 24.9 miles, run
6.2 miles, spectators free, 6:30 am, 928-526-8761 or http://www.trifind.net or http://www.mountainmanevents.com

AUG 10 2014


36th Annual 2014 Machine Solutions Run & Walk for Kids

Flagstaff – Ft. Tuthill County Fairgrounds

36th Annual 2014 Machine Solutions Run & Walk for Kids – Ft. Tuthill County Fairgrounds, 2K, 5K, 10K run in the cool pines, benefits the Children’s
Health Center at Flagstaff Medical Center, 6:30 am registration, 928-773-2135 or http://www.virtualroster.com

AUG 15 2014 – AUG 17 2014


USTRC Pine Country Classic Team Roping

Flagstaff – Ft. Tuthill

USTRC Pine Country Classic Team Roping – Posse Arena, Ft. Tuthill, 7 am start, http://www.ustrc.com

AUG 16 2014

Children’s Music and Arts Festival

Flagstaff – Wheeler Park

Children’s Music and Arts Festival – Wheeler Park, music, theatre and dance performances by local youth, recycled arts and craft project, musical
instrument workshops, painting, sculpture, bounce houses, carnival games, food, information vendors, climbing wall, Kiddie Cabooses and more, 10 am – 3 pm,
928-213-2312 or http://flagstaff.az.gov/recreation

AUG 16 2014


American Cancer Society’s Climb to Conquer Cancer

Flagstaff

American Cancer Society’s Climb to Conquer Cancer – Arizona Snowbowl, join hundreds of climbers on a seven-mile walk up the paved road to Snowbowl, 7 am,
928-526-2896 or http://www.flagstaffclimb.com

AUG 16 2014 – AUG 17 2014


Mountain Air Dressage Show & Dressage in the Pines Show

Flagstaff – Fort Tuthill County Park

Mountain Air Dressage Show & Dressage in the Pines Show – Fort Tuthill County Park, equestrian dressage show, Olympic sport where horse and rider
compete by riding a pattern in an arena, 100 competitors and 3 rings, free, 7 am – 4 pm, 602-942-6062 or http://www.azdressage.org

AUG 16 2014


Movies on the Square: Despicable Me 2

Flagstaff – Heritage Square

Movies on the Square: Despicable Me 2 – Heritage Square, enjoy Flagstaff summer weather, each event begins with entertainment from the community, music,
and then the movies start at dusk, free, Saturdays, 5-10 pm, http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

AUG 16 2014


Summer 2014 Night Sky Series – When Dark Skies Come Out to Play

Flagstaff – Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument

Summer 2014 Night Sky series – When Dark Skies Come Out to Play – Sunset Crater Volcano, take advantage of Flagstaff’s dark skies and see the wonders of
the Milky Waty from the Lava Flow Trail, attend a ranger program, learn to navigate the night skies and view the stars through our telescopes or bring your
own, 928-526-0502 or http://www.nps.gov/sucr/planyourvisit/summer-night-sky-events.htm

AUG 17 2014


The Percival Lowell Summer Sunday Music Series

Flagstaff – Lowell Observatory

The Percival Lowell Summer Sunday Music Series – Lowell Observatory, featuring Ponderosa Players – mixed woodwind/string quartet, free, 5-6 pm rain or
shine, http://flagstaffsymphony.org/

AUG 17 2014


18th Annual NAU Wine & Dine in the Pines

Flagstaff – Arizona Snowbowl

18th Annual NAU Wine & Dine in the Pines – Arizona Snowbowl, the finest wines from around the world and culinary delights from the best restaurants in
northern Arizona, benefit, 2-5 pm, 928-523-5353 or http://www.nauathletics.com/information/wineanddine/index.htm

AUG 22 2014 – AUG 23 2014

Mushroom Festival

Flagstaff – The Arboretum at Flagstaff

Mushroom Festival – The Arboretum at Flagstaff, 928-774-1442 or http://www.thearb.org

AUG 23 2014


13th Annual Absolute Bikes St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance Old-Fashioned Mountain Bike Race

Flagstaff

13th Annual Absolute Bikes St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance Old-Fashioned Mountain Bike Race – Coconino National Forest, a race for mountain bikers of all
abilities benefiting the food bank, 9 am – 3 pm, 928-779-5969 or http://www.absolutebikes.net/flag_frset.html

AUG 23 2014 – AUG 24 2014

17th Annual Flagstaff Open Studios

Flagstaff

17th Annual Flagstaff Open Studios – featuring more than 80 studios, the self-guided studio tour spotlights a variety of art media, meet local art stars,
including painters, sculptors, fiber arts, glass works, jewelers, photographers, stained glass, weavers and hands-on art projects for children, 10 am – 5
pm, 928-779-2300 or http://www.Flagstaff-Arts.org

AUG 23 2014


Gaspin’ in the Aspen Summer Woods Run

Flagstaff – Flagstaff Nordic Center

Gaspin’ in the Aspen Summer Woods Run – Flagstaff Nordic Center, off-road races through the aspens and pines, distances include a 15K, 5K and 1K kid’s
kilo, to preserve the aspen groves, $5-60, 8 am, 928-600-0385 or http://www.FlagstaffNordicCenter.com

AUG 23 2014


Movies on the Square: Monsters University

Flagstaff – Heritage Square

Movies on the Square: Monsters University – Heritage Square, enjoy Flagstaff summer weather, each event begins with entertainment from the community,
music, and then the movies start at dusk, this week features Ballet Folklorico, free, Saturdays, 5-10 pm, http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

AUG 24 2014


The Percival Lowell Summer Sunday Music Series

Flagstaff – Lowell Observatory

The Percival Lowell Summer Sunday Music Series – Lowell Observatory, featuring Slugs from Space (string quartet), free, 5-6 pm rain or shine,

http://flagstaffsymphony.org/

AUG 29 2014 – SEP 1 2014


65th Annual Coconino County Fair – Grand and Alive and 65!

Flagstaff – Ft. Tuthill County Fairgrounds

65th Annual Coconino County Fair – Grand and Alive and 65! – Ft. Tuthill County Fairgrounds, featuring traditional fair exhibits, cultural presentations,
local entertainment and national headliners, demolition derby, 4-H livestock auction, magicians, clowns, petting zoo, musical performances, carnival rides,
exhibits, $4-7, $20/family pass, $3 parking, Fri-Sat 10 am – 10 pm, Mon 10 am – 4 pm, 928-679-8000 or http://www.coconino.az.gov

AUG 29 2014


Findlay Toyota Tribute Band Series presents Strait Country

Flagstaff – Ft. Tuthill

FLAGSTAFF: Findlay Toyota Tribute Band Series presents Strait Country – Ft. Tuthill, this first ever series includes this tribute to none other than George
Strait, Kevin Sterner & Strait Country is critically acclaimed and features musicians on the pedal steel guitar and fiddle, two instruments key to the
signature sound of George Strait’s 30-year career, $15, gates at 6 pm, http://www.PepsiAmp.com

AUG 30 2014

Wildflower Walks

Flagstaff – The Arboretum at Flagstaff

Wildflower Walks – The Arboretum at Flagstaff, a special wildflower walk that will focus on the native species in bloom at this time of year, sign-up upon
arrival, walks are limited to 20 participants, 9:30-11:30 am, 928-774-1442 or http://www.thearb.org

AUG 30 2014 – SEP 1 2014


22nd Annual Flagstaff Art in the Park

Flagstaff – Wheeler Park

22nd Annual Flagstaff Art in the Park – Wheeler Park, arts & crafts festival, featuring juried one-of-a-kind arts and fine crafts designed and shown by
the exhibitor, also non-stop music by local and regional musicians, children’s activities, food, free, Sat & Sun 9 am – 6 pm, Mon 9 am – 4 pm,
928-556-9498 or http://www.flagstaffartinthepark.com/

AUG 30 2014

Movies on the Square: E.T.

Flagstaff – Heritage Square

Movies on the Square: E.T. – Heritage Square, enjoy Flagstaff summer weather, each event begins with entertainment from the community, music, and then the
movies start at dusk, this week features Rewired, free, Saturdays, 5-10 pm, http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

AUG 31 2014


The Percival Lowell Summer Sunday Music Series

Flagstaff – Lowell Observatory

The Percival Lowell Summer Sunday Music Series – Lowell Observatory, featuring Elden Brass Quintet, free, 5-6 pm rain or shine, http://flagstaffsymphony.org/

LAKE HAVASU

AUG 30 2014 – AUG 31 2014

7th Annual Lake Havasu Tattoo Show

Lake Havasu City – City Aquatic Center

Local, national, and television tattoo artists compete and showcase the very best in skin-art and body-modification, live music and entertainment, full
bar, food, $10/day, 12 and under are free, 11 am – 10 pm, 928-232-0145 or http://www.havasutattooshow.com or

http://www.golakehavasu.com/events/details/1411/7th-annual-lake-havasu-tattoo-show/

PAYSON

AUG 14 2014 – AUG 17 2014


130th Annual World’s Oldest Continuous Rodeo

Payson

130th Annual World’s Oldest Continuous Rodeo – August Doin’s Rodeo – features bull riding, calf roping & barrel racing among other competitions, PRCA
sanctioned, considered the country’s best small rodeo, $7.50-22, 928-474-4515 or http://www.paysonrimcountry.com

PRESCOTT

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Downtown Summer Concert Series

Prescott – Prescott Courthouse Plaza

Enjoy free, live entertainment every Tuesday through Friday (and some Saturdays), jazz every Tuesday, movies and dance on alternating Wednesdays, Prescott
Karaoke Idol every Thursday, and various bands on Fridays and Saturdays, no phone

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Hold Your Horses

Prescott – Phippen Museum

Hold Your Horses – Phippen Museum, in tribute to that powerful, loyal and hardworking companion of all mankind, and in the same tradition as classic
Western artists of the past, join this very special invitational exhibition and sale featuring artwork focused entirely on the Horse, $5-7,

http://www.phippenartmuseum.org

AUG 2 2014

Iris Rhizome Sale

Prescott – Dan’s Garden

Iris Rhizome Sale – Dan’s Garden, with a large selection of Iris for sale, all colors of the rainbow, portions of the proceeds are used to support the PAIS
public outreach programs at the Sharlot Hall Museum, horticultural education programs in the public schools, The Iris Gardens at the Yavapai College
Sculpture Gardens, and the Citizens Cemetery Restoration Project, 10 am – 2 pm, 623-980-6627 or 602-300-5791 or http://www.prescottirissociety.org

AUG 2 2014 – AUG 3 2014


40th Annual Car Exhibit by Prescott Antique Auto Club

Prescott – Watson Lake Park

40th Annual Car Exhibit by Prescott Antique Auto Club – Watson Lake Park, pre1981 cars, old engine fire-up which includes fly-wheel engines, mining
equipment, trucks, tractors, and car corral, parts exchange (swap meet), trophies, raffle, $5 parking/admission donation, 928-778-5386 or

http://www.cruisearizona.com/

AUG 2 2014


11th Annual Western History Symposium

Prescott – Hassayampa Inn

11th Annual Western History Symposium – Hassayampa Inn, featuring interesting and informative presentations by historians, educators and authors on a
variety of subjects relevant to our western heritage, free, 10 am – 4:30 pm, http://www.prescottcorral.org or http://sharlot.org

AUG 2 2014 – AUG 30 2014

Prescott Farmers Market

Prescott – Yavapai College

Prescott Farmers Market – Yavapai College, 80 vendors, produce, crafts, bakery items, information, Saturdays, 7:30 am – noon,

http://prescottfarmersmarket.org

AUG 2 2014


Kentucky Rain – A Country Music Salute to Elvis Presley

Prescott – Elk’s Opera House

Kentucky Rain – A Country Music Salute to Elvis Presley – Elks Theatre, imagine for a moment that Elvis survived the late 1970′s and found himself
performing his greatest hits “Country Style” in our day! everything from “Love Me Tender” to “Suspicious Minds” and more… “country-fied” as only “The
King” could do, he’s back as a lean mean “Country Machine,” 7 pm, http://www.prescottelkstheater.com/

AUG 7 2014 – AUG 9 2014


27th Annual Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering

Prescott – Yavapai College Performing Arts Center

27th Annual Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering – Yavapai College, headline performers will be Dave Stamey, Mary Kaye and Kristyn Harris, each will be
complimented by other poets and musicians, 60 plus cowboy poets and old-time singers celebrate the oral traditions of the working cowboy with a blend of
contemporary poetry and music, free daytime sessions, evening show tickets $, 928-776-2000 or 877-928-4253 or http://www.ycpac.com or

http://azcowboypoets.org

AUG 8 2014

Evening Moonlit Walks

Prescott – Highlands Center for Natural History

Evening Moonlit Walks – Highlands Center for Natural History, join Naturalists to experience the wonder of nature at night, dress for the weather, wear
comfortable walking shoes, bring your own water, and a flashlight, 7:30 pm, http://highlandscenter.org/

AUG 8 2014

Evening Moonlit Walks

Prescott – Highlands Center for Natural History

Evening Moonlit Walks – Highlands Center for Natural History, join Naturalists to experience the wonder of nature at night, dress for the weather, wear
comfortable walking shoes, bring your own water, and a flashlight, 7:30 pm, http://highlandscenter.org/

AUG 9 2014 – AUG 10 2014


Mountain Artists Guilds 54th Annual Summer Festival of Fine Art & Crafts

Prescott – Courthouse Plaza

Mountain Artists Guilds 54th Annual Summer Festival of Fine Art & Crafts – Courthouse Plaza, juried art show with over 120 artisans from throughout the
West displaying and demonstrating work in painting, ceramic, metal art, woodworking, glass, fiber and jewelry, live music, free, Sat. 9 am – 5 pm, Sun 9 am
– 4 pm, 928-445-2510 or http://www.mountainartistsguild.org

AUG 16 2014


28th Annual 2014 Beat the Heat Swap Meet

Prescott – Prescott Activity Center

28th Annual 2014 Beat the Heat Swap Meet – Prescott Activity Center, model railroad and toy swap meet, a large selection of model railroads items in all
scales, various model railroad layouts, several sellers with antique toys for sale, $4, 9 am – 1 pm, http://trainweb.org/camrrc

AUG 16 2014


Heartbreak Hotel: A Salute to Young Elvis

Prescott – Elk’s Opera House

Heartbreak Hotel: A Salute to Young Elvis – Elks Theatre, features Prescott favorite Robert Shaw and the music of “Young Elvis,” belting out hits from the
first part of his career, starting in the mid-1950s through the early 60’s, featuring authentic costumes and top-notch musicians, this show is chock full
of humor, hip-swiveling and toe-tapping fun, 7pm, http://www.prescottelkstheater.com/

AUG 16 2014


Heartbreak Hotel: A Salute to Young Elvis

Prescott – Elk’s Opera House

Heartbreak Hotel: A Salute to Young Elvis – Elks Theatre, features Prescott favorite Robert Shaw and the music of “Young Elvis,” belting out hits from the
first part of his career, starting in the mid-1950s through the early 60’s, featuring authentic costumes and top-notch musicians, this show is chock full
of humor, hip-swiveling and toe-tapping fun, 7pm, http://www.prescottelkstheater.com/

AUG 16 2014

3rd Annual Mile High Brew Festival

Prescott – Montezuma St.

3rd Annual Mile High Brew Festival – Montezuma St., featuring more than 65 craft brews, live music, food, entertainment, $20, noon – 7 pm, 928-445-1281 or

http://milehighbrewfest.com/

AUG 22 2014 – AUG 24 2014

14th Annual Prescott Jazz Summit

Prescott

14th Annual Prescott Jazz Summit – various locations, annual jazz festival with international stars and Phoenix-based and local musicians includes the best
of Arizona high school musicians, 928-830-2462 or http://www.prescottjazz.com

AUG 22 2014

4th Friday Art Walk Weekend

Prescott

4th Friday Art Walk Weekend – 15 galleries stay open late and offer food, musical entertainment, artist receptions and painting demonstrations,

http://www.artthe4th.com

AUG 23 2014


11th Annual Cowboy Capital Professional Bull Riding

Prescott – Prescott Rodeo Grounds

11th Annual Cowboy Capital Professional Bull Riding – Prescott Rodeo Grounds, “the toughest sport on dirt,” featuring 40 of the toughest bull riders
matched against 40 of the rankest bulls, $16-26, 7:30 pm, 866-407-6336 or http://www.worldsoldestrodeo.com

AUG 23 2014

Empty Spaces-Pink Floyd Tribute

Prescott – Elks Theatre

Empty Spaces-Pink Floyd Tribute – Elks Theatre, a one-of-a-kind tribute to the enduring music and concert theatrics of Pink Floyd, features a complete
synchronized laser light show, 7pm, http://www.prescottelkstheater.com/

AUG 28 2014


Prescott Opry Presents: Susie McEntire

Prescott – Elks Theatre

Prescott Opry Presents: Susie McEntire – Elks Theatre, sister of Reba McEntire, benefits Refiners Fire Cowboy Church of Prescott Gacwsma Hall of Fame
Building Fund, 7pm, http://www.prescottelkstheater.com/

AUG 30 2014 – SEP 1 2014

29th Annual Faire on the Square

Prescott – Courthouse Plaza

29th Annual Faire on the Square – Courthouse Plaza, 100+ talented artists, also food and entertainment, Sat-Sun 9 am – 5 pm, Mon 9 am – 3 pm, 928-445-2000
or http://www.visit-prescott.com or http://www.prescott.org

AUG 30 2014


Neil Diamond Tribute Show by Eddie Diamond

Prescott – Elks Theatre

Neil Diamond Tribute Show by Eddie Diamond – Elks Theatre, Eddie Diamonds’ uncanny vocal impersonation of the rock superstar Neil Diamond has taken his
tribute act to theaters across the country, 7pm, http://www.prescottelkstheater.com/

PRESCOTT VALLEY

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 3 2014


Prescott Gem & Mineral Club, 11th Annual Show & Sale

Prescott Valley – Tim’s Toyota Center

Prescott Gem & Mineral Club, 11th Annual Show & Sale – Tim’s Toyota Center, more than 28 dealers with fine jewelry, beading components, mineral
specimens, tools, equipment and rock for lapidary work, rough rock, door prize drawings, $4, under 12 free, Fri-Sat 9 am – 5 pm, Sun 9 am – 4 pm,

http://www.prescottgemmineral.org

SEDONA

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 3 2014

Sedona Hummingbird Festival

Sedona – Sedona Performing Arts Center

Sedona Hummingbird Festival – Sedona Performing Arts Center, presentations by hummingbird experts in many interest areas: science, gardening, photography,
conservation and regional species studies, and tours, $17 for 1-day presentations pass; 3-day presentations pass $45; children under 12 free with a paying
adult, 800-529-3699 or http://www.sedonahummingbirdfestival.com

AUG 16 2014 – AUG 17 2014

Art & Craft Show

Sedona – Bell Rock Plaza Sedona

Art & Craft Show – Bell Rock Plaza, between 35-55 artists with paintings, leather, jewelry, wood, metal, fountains, carvings and many Native American
artists too, 928-284-9627 or http://www.bellrockartshows.com

AUG 23 2014

Sedona Bike & Brew

Sedona – Sedona Golf Resort

Open to mountain bikers of all ages and skill levels, race or just have fun on a six-mile track over 18 golf course holes, 80 acres of fairways with tee
boxes, cart paths, and natural and manmade features – for a truly unique and high energy experience, categories include Pro and Sport (less-competitive)
divisions for men and women, a junior division for ages 13-17, ages 6-12 and ages 6 and under, http://www.sedonagolfresort.com/race

AUG 28 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Red Rocks Music Festival

Sedona

Red Rocks Music Festival – to be held in various venues in Sedona and Phoenix area, classical music by world acclaimed artists, $28, 602-787-1577 or

http://www.RedRocksMusicFestival.com

AUG 29 2014

50’s & 60’s Graffiti Gold Show

Sedona – Sound Bites

50’s & 60’s Graffiti Gold Show – Sound Bites, 90-minute trip back to those special days of Rock ‘n’ Roll, music and memories with Tom Tayback and the
Daddy O’s, $20, 7:30 pm, 800-838-3006 or http://GraffitiGoldShow.com


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