Enjoy vocal harmonies from the fast-rising indie power duo of Haley Gold and Spencer Bryant. Summer happenings for locals, by locals! Chill out to the sounds of your favorite Arizona entertainers in the cool comfort of the all-new cabaret in Stage 2. Relax with cocktails and tasty bites pre-show.
Join LDV Winery for the Wine Glass Painting Summer Vacation gathering. Sip wine, nibble on snacks and paint a wine glass for yourself or as a special gift for someone. To register, call 480.664.4822. The cost is $15 and includes a glass of wine to sip and wine glass to paint.
Enjoy an evening filled with trickery, wonderment and excitement, all night long at the ninth annual Fitz’s Supper Club, Celebrities at YOUR Service. Enjoy a decadent four-course dinner and spirits served by Larry’s Arizona Cardinals teammates and other celebrity friends benefiting the Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund. For more information, contact Natasha Borota at 416.516.9898, ext. 100.
The MIM will be holding their annual celebration of East Indian music and culture. Watch musical and dance performances, participate in hands-on activities, get decorated with temporary henna body art and listen to exhibit talks. The event is included with museum admission. MIM.org
This live show includes a trio of “Belated Birthday Bashes” featuring Tom Rush, Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams. "The Blues, the Whole Blues and Nothing but the Blues" (Red House Records) is Bromberg’s 18th album, the latest in a solo career that began in 1971 with his self-titled debut. Tickets start at $30. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. ScottsdalePerformingArts.org
Come watch the three-ring-circus in the air-conditioned Equidome. Tickets can be purchased one hour before showtime, and there’s open seating. A boy’s and girl’s bicycle will be given away at each performance. Food and drinks are available. Adult tickets: $18, military and seniors: $15, free kids coupons available. El-Zaribah.org
This one-day showcase features vendors and speakers with an emphasis on education and entertainment. There are play areas for kids of all ages. The Scottsdale Show and Tell takes place in conjunction with the event and includes hands-on fun. Food is available. This free event takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is indoors. Parking is $5. AZChildrensFestival.com
Rock Lobster is the ultimate '80s retro cover band and plays songs from Billy Idol’s "White Wedding" to Cyndi Lauper’s "Girls Just Want to Have Fun." Rumor has it, sometimes a partygoer is invited to step on stage to rock out their best '80s dance. This free event is from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. ScottsdaleQuarter.com
At this after school club, your girly will get snacks, help with homework and tons of fun Girly Girlz activities! $79/girly for the month of September.
Peruse a collection of vintage and handmade vendors from across the country selling all things chippy, rusty, vintage and handmade. There’s also live music and local food trucks. Find inspiration while browsing more 100,000 square feet of vintage and handmade treasures. Visit JunkInTheTrunkVintageMarket.com for ticket information.
Sip world-class wine. Enjoy a seated lunch. Exclusive shopping and a chance to win your dream closet. Kick up your heels for a fun and lively fashion show. Proceeds benefit Fresh Start Women's Foundation. FreshStartWomen.org
Tickets include a Scottsdale Rosé Day glass, three coupons good for a 1-cent glass of rosé, admission to all participating venues and access to drinking specials. Tickets: $20. Learn more about free tickets, fundraising opportunities and free rides at ScottsdaleRoseDay.com.
The James Beard Foundation’s Taste America national epicurean tour stops in the Valley. It includes dining events, demos and tastings. Taste Phoenix Welcome Reception, September 21 at Little Cleo's Seafood Legend; Taste Phoenix Benefit Dinner, September 22 at Mountain Shadows Resort; and free demos with Traci Des Jardins and Chris Bianco, September 23 at Sur La Table, Scottsdale Fashion Square. JamesBeard.org.
This family friendly festival is a fun way to experience the Brazilian culture. Enjoy live Brazilian bands, DJs, dancers, capoeira, jiujitsu, film, performers, interactive workshops, food, drinks and shopping. Celebrate 100 years of samba and stay until nightfall for a Carnaval experience with lights, staging and dance. Adults: $12, Children under 11: $6, children under 2: free. BrazilianDayArizona.com