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Garth Brooks


The country legend needs no introduction and his fans already know but Garth Brooks is going to be in Glendale. He is the world’s best-selling solo albums artist in the U.S. and is in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Tickets are still available and start at $115.

March 23

7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

State Farm Stadium

Burger Battle

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Get your stomach taste buds ready for the ultimate fight for burger supremacy at the Burger Battle in Scottsdale. Attendees will get unlimited burgers to taste and help decide which burger creator takes home the People’s Choice and Judges Choice awards. There’s also fries and shakes to scarf down too. Beer and wine will also be there plus live entertainment. Tickets start at $65. This event is 21+ only. Arizona’s Family’s own Jaime Cerreta is emceeing.

[READ MORE: Arizona chefs facing off in Four Peaks Burger Battle]

March 22

7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (VIP hour is from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.)

Scottsdale Waterfront at Southbridge

LPGA Tour’s Bank of Hope Founders Cup

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Inbee Park will be looking to defend her title at the ninth annual LPGA Tour’s Bank of Hope Founders Cup in Phoenix. The event pays tribute to the people who had a vital role in creating the LPGA.  The purse is $1.5 million.

March 20 to 24

Various times

Wildfire Golf Club at JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort and Spa

Pride Run Phoenix

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Run, walk or wheel through the streets of downtown and central Phoenix and show off your pride at the Pride Run Phoenix. Participants can do the 5K, 10K or half marathon on a mostly flat course that organizers said is perfect for personal records. Pets are welcomed at the start, finish and the expo but not on the course. Cost start at $50.

March 23

6 a.m. to noon

Downtown Phoenix Entertainment District

Arizona Boa Fest

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Get your boa cravings satisfied at the Arizona Boa Fest in downtown Phoenix. Guests can enjoy steamed buns, gua boa, barbecue pork buns, sweet buns and other varieties of Asian dishes from more than 10 local businesses. Tickets start at $12.

March 24

11 a.m. to 7 p.m.


Encanto Palmcroft Historic Home Tour and Street Fair

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Check out one of the most talked about historic neighborhoods in Arizona at the Encanto Palmcroft Historic Home Tour and Street Fair in Phoenix. Attendees can hop on an old-fashioned trolley for a tour of the history of the neighborhood. There’s also a booklet about the history and specifications of each house. Tickets at $18 presale or $25 on Sunday. The street fair has live music, food, and a beer and wine garden.

[READ MORE: Glimpse into one of Phoenix's original historic neighborhoods at street fair]

March 24

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

12th Avenue & Holly Street

The Illusionists

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All types of magic is coming to town with The Illusionists tour stopping by Phoenix. Six magicians will wow and dazzle the audience with different forms of magic, from stage illusions to mind reading to escapology. Tickets start at $45.

March 24

7:30 p.m.

Comerica Theatre

Mask Alive! Festival of Masks

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A new twist to celebrating cultures will be near downtown Mesa on Sunday. Mask Alive! Festival of Masks is a family-friendly event that features giant puppets, mask performers and dancers, kids art activities, food trucks and more.

March 24

2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Pioneer Park

Phyre Festival

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In an ode to the music festival that never was, The Van Buren is hosting the Phyre Festival on Saturday night. As a parody on the Fyre Festival, the 2017 failed music festival in the Bahamas, there will be multiple Fyre photo ops, tons of Evian, cheese sandwiches, a real life Treasure Hunt, and more. DJs will play tunes from the Fyre lineup, like Disclosure, Major Lazer and Ja Rule, one of the founders. First 250 people get a cardboard face cutout with some of the best Fyre characters. Tickets start at $8.

March 23

10 p.m. (Doors at 9:30 p.m.)

The Van Buren

Full Moon Festival (Rebirth)

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Celebrate spring’s first full moon (which was on Wednesday) at the Full Moon Festival in Phoenix. Guests can enjoy at least three stages of music plus art installations and food. Tickets start at $20.

March 22

8:08 p.m. to 3:33 a.m.

The Pressroom 


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