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Special Events in Phoenix

January
P.F. Chang's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon & Half Marathon

Held in early January
Location: Both the marathon and 1⁄2 marathon will start in downtown Phoenix at Wesley Bolin Plaza and will finish in Tempe, between ASU's Sun Devil and Sun Angel Stadiums.
800-311-1255
What better way to get started on that New Year's resolution to improve your health, or perhaps that personal best time… participate in a running tour of Greater Phoenix and experience fun in the sun and music on the course at one of Arizona's biggest road races.

Santa Cruz Valley Car Nuts Annual Car Show
Held in mid - late January
Location: Tubac Golf resort
520-885-6630
See more than 500 collector cars, trucks and motorcycles! The show also features family fun activities, food, raffles & live radio broadcast.

Maricopa County Home and Garden Show
Held in mid January
602-485-1691
One of Arizona's largest Home Shows features a professional landscape competition with numerous landscape companies showcasing spectacular landscape displays. The event is sponsored by Horticultural Frontiers Landscape & Design, at the Landscaper's Boulevard.

February
Matsuri-A Festival of Japan

Held in late February
Location: Monroe 5th-7th Street-Phoenix
602-262-5029
Annual Cultural Event

March
Annual Voices Take Flight

Held in early March
Location: Phoenix First Assembly
Join the Arizona Department of Veterans' Services for in an afternoon of song featuring the United States Coast Guard Academy Cadet Choir, the Arizona Choir from the University of Arizona. Each of these groups of young people performs individually, then join together to perform a rousing finale of God Bless America - raising their voices to celebrate music and support the military, particularly veterans many of whom have been stricken with incurable neurological diseases. Voices Take Flight is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of incurable neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) - a fatal neurological disease that inordinately affects our Gulf War Veterans.

Pioneer Village Annual Bridal Fair
Held in early March
Location: Pioneer Living History Village
623-465-1952
With its picturesque romantic sunsets, 1880's white wedding chapel, the white gazebo surrounded by mountains and the 1800's Opera House, Pioneer Village has become a popular location to hold a Bridal Fair.

The Annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market
Held in early March
Heard Museum
602-252-8840
Call for additional information

Aloha Festival
Held in mid March
Location: Heritage & Science Park
480-967-7366
Admission Free
The Arizona Aloha Festival provides fun activities, demonstrations and displays to round out the island experience.

The American Tenors- Annual Endowment Benefit
Held in mid March
Location: Chandler Center for the Arts
480-782-2680
The Chandler Center for the Arts represents a culmination of the unique cooperative efforts between the Chandler Unified School District and the City of Chandler.

October
Rainbow Festival

Held in early October
Location: Heritage & Science Park
602-252-6284
Call for additional information
Annual Festival

November
Annual Sedona Red Rock Fantasy

Held mid November - early January
Location: Los Abrigados Resort & Spa
928-282-1777


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