See also the Events Calendar.
Residents of North Phoenix are typically 30 to 50 minutes from the main sports and entertainment complexes in Central Phoenix, Glendale and Scottsdale, including several theaters and music venues, University of Phoenix Stadium (Cardinals football), Talking Stick Arena (Suns, Mercury, Rattlers) and Gila River Arena (Coyotes hockey).
Here are a few of the nearby entertainment venues:
See In&Out Magazine for a complete list of NoPho events. It’s mailed to 21,000 homes each week and available as a PDF download here.
Arts, crafts and entertainment for all ages. The carnival kicks off Thursday. Then over the weekend, more than six dozen vendors sell handmade goods and unique creations. Plus live music, food & beer, and activities for the kids. It’s all is open to the public.
North Valley Symphony Orchestra opens their seventh concert season with “Fall Fright Night” on Oct. 20.
When Notes from Neptune first played Amped last month, they wowed the crowd with a surprising set of covers across multiple genres, from rock to jazz to country.
Whether you’d like to march or drive, Saturday, Oct. 20 is the deadline to sign up to participate in the 14th annual Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 3 in Anthem.