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5 Things to do this weekend in Phoenix: August 6 - 8

Sandy Casariego

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PHOENIX, AZ — Are you looking for something exciting to do this weekend? There is plenty of live music, art exhibitions and other fun stuff around the Greater Phoenix area. Check out this list to find the right weekend activities for you.

Arizona Cardinals Training Camp

Friday-Saturday

State Farm Stadium

1 Cardinals Dr., Glendale

The Cardinals are currently preparing for the upcoming NFL season. Support and watch them at State Farm Stadium. The Cardinals encourage fans who want to attend the Training Camp to agree to a Fan Health Promise and follow all the safety protocols that applied. Parking is free, but you need to register for a free digital ticket to watch them.

Wrigley Mansion Wine Festival

Friday-Saturday

Wrigley Mansion

2501 E. Telawa Trail, Phoenix

Wrigley Mansion Wine Festival offers grand wine tasting, dine with winemakers with live music from August 6 - 7 this weekend.

Arizona Dance Classic

Friday-Sunday

Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort

11111 N. 7th St., Phoenix

Start from August 5th - 8th, 2021, the Arizona Dance Classic is a 3-day dance event For dancers and dance enthusiasts of all ages. The dance event offers many activities, from social dancing, workshops, exhibitions to competitions. The dance styles are Country, Ballroom, Swing and Line dancing, all in one event.

Miss Gay Arizona American Pageant

AURA Tempe

411 S. Mill Ave., #201, Tempe

Saturday

Ten preliminary winners will fight over the crown of Miss Gay Arizona and a ticket to compete for the title of Miss Gay America. There are several categories in this competition, such as evening gown talent, and on-stage question.

Flashlight Nights

Desert Botanical Garden

1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix

Saturday

Flashlight Nights are self-guided nighttime adventures along with the Desert Botanical Garden from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. In the desert, there are many night-blooming plants and animals that appear after the dark. Explorers can use their own flashlights to catch the seeing them. To join the event activities, it is required to keep socially distanced for all ages. It cost $14.95 for adults and $9.95 for children.

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