Tickets & Events in Scottsdale


How to Find "The One" in 2015 or Why Am I Still Single? on January 21–February 18 (Up to 51% Off)

How to Find "The One" in 2015 or Why Am I Still Single? Workshops

Multiple Locations

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Love and relationship experts offer romantic advice and pinpoint common dating mistakes in men- and women-only workshops and seminars

$48 $24

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Murder and a Meal Dinner Theatre at Orange Tree Golf Resort on January 30–February 28 (Up to 33% Off)

Murder and a Meal Dinner Theatre presents: "A Ghostly Crime," "Deadly Housewives", "Get A Clue...Or Die!", or "Murder! More or Less...a Comedy?"

Orange Tree Golf Resort

Murder mysteries inspired by Clue and Desperate Housewives turn audiences into detectives as they feast on a three-course meal

$97.47 $65

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Street Eats Food Truck Festival Visit for 2 with Optional VIP Package at Salt River Fields on February 7 or 8 (50% Off)

Salt River Fields

Salt River

Sample treats such as caramel corn, fry bread, and satay at an event with cooking classes and live music

$24 $12

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Two General-Admission Spectator Tickets to the Russo and Steele Auto Auction on January 15 or 18 (Up to 48% Off)

Russo and Steele

Scottsdale

View 800+ vintage, luxury, and muscle cars as collectors bid in an exciting and high energy auctions in the round format

$40 $21

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Celebration of Fine Art Show for Two, Four, or Six (Up to 50% Off)

Scottsdale's Celebration of Fine Art

SW corner of Hayden Rd & Loop 101

The juried, invitational art show and sale hosts work from over 100 artists, both established and emerging, from across the country

$20 $13

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Four-Course Tequila Tasting Meal for One or Two with Salsa Challenge Admission on March 7 or 8 (53% Off)

Arizona Hemophilia Association

Macayos Scottsdale

Enjoy a Mexican meal with tequila one week, then attend a salsa challenge the next; the events benefit the Arizona Hemophilia Association

$80 $39

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For 36 years, the Desert Foothills Theater has cast adult and youth actors in beloved classic plays and musicals, obtaining 32 ariZoni Theatre Awards of Excellence nominations and winning five awards in the 2010–11 season. In a colorful, orchestrated production of Broadway mainstay The Music Man, curtains rise on the arrival of traveling salesman Professor Harold Hill in River City, Iowa. Like most towns, River City is perfect except for its lack of a children's marching band, and Harold smooth-talks townsfolk into buying instruments and uniforms for a band, promising to coach the youths himself though he has no musical knowledge. The lovely but stern local librarian, Marian, throws a wrench in his plans, feels guilty for hurling a blunt object, and falls in love with Harold, complicating his seamless scheme. The Cactus Shadows High School jazz band joins actors in a jubilant soundtrack brimming with classics such as “76 Trombones,” ”'Til There Was You,” and ”Pickalittle.” Outfitted in turn-of-the-century costumes and cast with a delightful mix of adults and authentic children, the play fills the Cactus Shadows Fine Arts Center's intimate auditorium with vivacious energy.
34250 North 60th Street
Scottsdale,
AZ
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Gates open at 11:30 a.m. Children 10 and younger receive free admission. Each Turf Paradise Club ticketholder also receives a MVP ticket voucher for a future visit.
101 and Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.
Scottsdale,
AZ
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More than 25 years ago, the performer known as Zohar first experienced belly dancing on a cruise ship in the Caribbean. She told the staff that she would become one of those performers—nine months later, she was back on board, complete with jangling coins on her hips. Since then, she's performed for Meryl Streep, members of the Saudi royal family, audiences at New York's Lincoln Center and Radio City Music Hall. Today, she prefers teaching the art to others over performing live, and many of her students have become professional dancers themselves.
5015 East Karen Drive
Scottsdale,
AZ
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Afro:Baile Records transforms the Valley into an exotic celebration of Brazilian culture during its third annual Carnaval do Brazil, which has reeled in the attention of such media outlets as Fox 10 News and Latino Perspectives Magazine. The yearly showcase of authentic Brazilian music and dance directs the spotlight toward artists flown in from across the globe, fusing a colorful medley of Carnaval elements into one energized gala. As attendees shake their hips to the samba, groove to the tribal beats of batucada, and frantically write revised lyrics on napkins to the ethereal sounds of capoeira, multitalented performers sashay across the stage sheathed in eye-dazzling costumes and elaborate accessories. The lively bill of Carnaval do Brazil includes a cast of tuneful artists such as Quetzal Guerrero, Axe Folclorico, and DJ Seduce. Additionally, homemade Brazilian food and drinks (not included with today's Groupon) help recharge dancing batteries, and giveaways and prizes reward best-dressed attendees and guests who can most successfully morph into a human maraca.
8201 East Valley Vista Drive
Scottsdale,
AZ
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Nestled within 18,500 square feet and designed by award-winning architect Will Bruder, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art's quintet of galleries—formerly a cineplex's five theaters—have hosted changing and permanent exhibitions of art, architecture, and design since 1999. The outdoor sculpture garden features acclaimed pieces such as James Turrell's experiential Knight Rise skyspace and James Carpenter Design Associates' Scrim Wall. After viewing the art outside, visitors can return indoors to explore furnishings and jewelry in the shop or examine work by local youth in the young@art gallery. The museum's Visions Teen Program continues to nurture burgeoning talent, pairing teenagers with visual-art teachers and visiting artists. Adults can also enrich their artistic know-how at lectures and workshops until they are able to draw a perfect circle with a pencil still tucked behind their ear. The museum's lounge fosters artistic communities through events ranging from screenings of international art movies to art-making sessions.
7380 East 2nd Street
Scottsdale,
AZ
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At Stand-Up, Scottsdale! bellies ache from a rotating selection of nationally known comedians seen on Comedy Central and late-night talk shows. The intimate 180-person venue, where such local legends as David Spade got their start, beckons a cast of talented funny persons that changes regularly. Voted Best Comedy Club of 2012 by Arizona Foothills magazine, the ha-ha hot spot has recently hosted performances by noted names including Dana Carvey, Frank Caliendo, and Norm Macdonald. A full menu of pub-food appetizers and entrees keeps would-be hecklers otherwise occupied, and Wednesday evening open-mic nights allow rookie comics to test their mettle.
6820 E 5th Ave
Scottsdale,
AZ
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