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When Limelight Performing Arts presents “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” Aug. 4-14 at the Mesa Arts Center, James and Andrew McGuire will be a key part of the cast. more
The Arizona Coyotes had a busy night in the first round of the 2022 NHL Draft with three picks – tied for most in the league with the Chicago Blackhawks. more
Four Peaks Oktoberfest is making its return to Tempe Town Lake this fall.  more
As temperatures hit record highs in the desert, downtown Tempe is ready to help Valley residents cool off with a Christmas in July celebration as part of its popular Park After Dark summer event series. more
This year, the city of Tempe is awarding 38 arts grants to nonprofit organizations and artists collectives providing inclusive arts and culture programming in Tempe, which is the largest pool of applicants the city has ever supported through the program, according to a news release.  more
Arizona Heritage Center’s first exhibit with virtual reality, Climates of Inequality: Stories of Environmental Justice, opens July 12 in Tempe and will run through early December.   more

Tempe’s Hispanic heritage will once again be celebrated at this year’s Tempe Tardeada Festival. more
The Pedal Haus Brewery midsummer, smokin’ hot Day Drinker Devil Ride is back for its second year taking place on July 30 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.  more
The Desert Botanical Garden will be temporarily closed from July 4 to July 11. more
Celebrate our country’s freedom on July 3, at a free family festival with an in-lake fire show, live music and more. more
Temperatures will be off the charts June 25 as Downtown Tempe celebrates LGBTQI+ Pride Month as part of its popular Park After Dark summer event series hosted under the green canopies of cool shade trees at 6th Street Park from 7 to 10 p.m. more
Childsplay launches its 46th season with a diverse four-show lineup leading off with Selena Maria Sings followed by the 2021-2022 smash hit Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Tomás and the … more
If you drive past Creamery Park on Eighth Street, starting in October you'll see some colorful new street signs. The city of Tempe is honoring the Gin Blossoms band by designating a portion of Eighth Street as "Allison Road Avenue." more
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