Things To Do In Phoenix November 2017
Wild West Days
Rodeo, mutton bustin’, a dance, musical performers, an all western parade, bathtub races, a bull fest, Miss Wild West Days and various horse-related activities in Cave Creek.
Carefree Fine Arts and Wine Festival
Arts, crafts, entertainment, wine. 160+ artists will have displays. This is one of Arizona’s largest wine tasting events, featuring wines from Arizona, California, Australia, Germany, Austria, France and Italy. Sponsored by Thunderbird Artists.
November 3 – 5
Certified Local Fall Festival
A family-friendly street festival featuring members of Local First Arizona. Local restaurants and vendors on hand with entertainment provided by Arizona musicians, bands and performers. Beer & Wine Garden, raffle and silent auction raise funds for Local First, activities for young kids. Free admission, tickets sold for food samples.Hance Park, Phoenix.
azcentral.com Food & Wine Experience
Featuring Martha Stewart. Arizona chefs, visiting chefs and cookbook authors. Features theGrand Tasting Experience, Farmers’ Market, Technology Expo, Kitchen Gadget Expo, classes, seminars.
Salt River Fields, Scottsdale.
November 4, 5
Scottsdale Bridal Expo
Disc Jockeys, hall rentals, honeymoon destinations, wedding cakes, luxury transportation to insurance teams to meet your new needs, and everything in between, the exhibitors will assist you to make your special day perfect. Scottsdale Stadium.
Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-Off
Authentic, old fashioned chuck wagon teams compete. The family friendly event will also feature live musical entertainment, Western history, gunfight reenactments, evening campfire glows and cooking demonstrations. Admission, parking and many activities are free. Charge for the hay and horse rides and food/beverages.Tumbleweed Park.
November 10, 11
Wickenburg Rodeo Grounds. Three days of bluegrass bands on stage, along with competitive contests for awards and cash. Arts/crafts & food booths, kids zone, special Saturday night concert.
November 10 – 12
Chiles and Chocolate Festival
Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix. Chili and chocolate products from local vendors, unique Southwest gifts, cooking demonstrations, live music.Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix.
November 10 – 12
Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships
Polo matches, fashion, art, parties.
Many of the Southwest’s best Hispanic artists will show and sell their work at this annual event, formerly known asMercado de las Artes. Artwork includes an array of santos, furniture, jewelry, tilework, glitter art, tinwork, paintings, carvings, pottery and more. Admission is free. Does not include museum admission.Heard Museum, Phoenix.
Phoenix Comicon Fan Fest
Actors, comic artists, costumes, celebrities.
Phoenix Convention Center.
November 11, 12
Front Porch Pickins Vintage and Handmade Market
Everything rusty, chippy, peely, vintage, repurposed, hand made treasures and unique, local talent. Massive event filled with hundreds of artisans, pickers, and designers sharing a smorgasbord of curated talent.Turf Paradise.
Good Guys Southwest Nationals
More than 2,500 Rods, Customs, Classics, Trick Trucks and Muscle Cars; Vendor & Manufacturer Exhibits; Swap Meet & Cars 4 Sale Corral; Model & Pedal Car Show; Hot Rod Cruise.
Enchanted Island’s Harvest Festival is an event for kids 2-10 years of age and their families. Games and activities, pony rides, a petting zoo, barrel wagon, hay rides, bounces, rock wall.Enchanted Island Amusement Park, Phoenix.
Thanksgiving Day Parade in Fountain Hills. Free. Starts at 9 a.m. Floats, horses and marching bands.
Arizona International Auto Show
Hundreds of the newest cars, trucks, minivans and sport utility vehicles. Entertainment and celebrity appearances.Phoenix Convention Center.
November 23 – 26
Fast Pass available.