Downtown Phoenix’s newest music venue opened its doors last night with a preview party featuring a performance by Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra.
Craft cocktail veteran Phil Clark brings 11 new drinks to downtown Phoenix’s Blue Hound Kitchen and Cocktails.
Phoenix’s heat isn’t going away for a while, so what better way to get through it than with a cool drink? Here are a few of our favorite local refreshments.
The Surprise, Arizona-based brewery has signed a long-term lease to occupy an 8,024-square foot space in downtown Phoenix’s historic Welnick Marketplace.
The D-backs added a vertical urban garden to Chase Field, called “D-backs Greens.” The team has also made significant strides in its sustainability efforts.
The Real, Wild & Woody beer festival returns to downtown Phoenix Saturday, July 29. Think summer camp, but for the 21+ crowd.
Guests of all ages can enjoy giant water slides, games and activities for free at CityScape’s H2Oasis, Saturday, July 29.
The Sanguine Life is a comic strip about a family of mosquitos, feeling the feels and dreaming the dreams in Phoenix, AZ.
From July 21-23, the D-backs are offering free tickets for kids 15 and under to celebrate summer and kick off the second half of the 2017 season.
Live Nation, the world’s largest live entertainment company, and Charlie Levy of Stateside Presents have formed a partnership with the new downtown venue.