Festivals in Sun City

Entry for Two or Four to Phoenix Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 4 (50% Off)

Phoenix Oktoberfest

Phoenix

Ring in the fall season and celebrate German culture with German beer, live music, food, dancing, and fun competitions

$10 $5

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Admission for Two or Four to Taste of the Biltmore on Thursday, October 2 (Up to 51% Off)

National Bank of Arizona

Biltmore

Guest can enjoy the sights, sounds, and tastes of local restaurants, live entertainment, and artisans that contribute to the community

$120 $59

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Two or Four Tickets to Oktoberfest Fundraiser from Baehr Challenge (Up to 50% Off)

Baehr Challenge

Phoenix

Enjoy German beer and food at a block party fundraiser for Parkinson's research

$35 $17.50

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$6 for Octoberfest at Salt River Fields on Saturday, October 11 ($10 Value)

Salt River Fields

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick

Outdoor Octoberfest event celebrates the autumn season with more than 50 seasonal brews, live music, food, and a corn hole tournament

$10 $6

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$17 for Admission to Oktoberfest Arizona ($30 Value)

Oktoberfest Arizona

Chandler

Visitors celebrate Oktoberfest with beer, bourbon, and brats, backed by live music

$30 $17

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Annual Divas of Colour Hair & Beauty Show Visit for Two or Four People on Saturday, October 18 (Up to 53% Off)

Annual Divas of Colour Hair & Beauty Show

Radisson Hotel

Inaugural multicultural show includes demos, vendors, speakers, and music; competitions for natural and fantasy hair and makeup

$20 $11

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The Festival of Cheer celebrates the holidays with a wintry mix of cultural performances, fun park entertainment, and visits with Santa, while piling on tons of snow to recreate the magic of a white Christmas in the desert. Kids 12 and under can leap around a bouncy house, dig into the slush for a massive snowball fight in the play land, or get their faces painted like their favorite pet or clown philosopher. In respect for the citizens of his winter wonderland, Santa smiles for pictures with both the naughty and nice and doles out take-home souvenirs. Cultural presentations feature live dance and music by Romanian, Mexican, German, African, and Irish troupes. Meanwhile, families can wield their provided passport to sample traditional cuisines and cultural histories from various country-representative booths. Children under 6 receive free admission, and all food and games are included in admission.

16101 North 83rd Avenue
Peoria,
AZ
US

Winter Fest kicks off the holiday season with a fun-packed collection of attractions suited for revelers of all ages. The glittering lights of a 50-foot Christmas tree illuminate gracefully gliding ice skaters, and a 15-foot, life-size snow globe teaches a seasonal lesson on weather patterns. Santa Claus waits to snap smiling photos with guests. Carnival-style attractions, such as a Ferris wheel, laser tag, go-kart racing, and a bounce house provide recreation for visitors young and young-at-heart. Vendors supply tempting eats, refueling holiday shoppers as they visit 300 on-site craft and retail vendors.

1 W Cardinals Dr.
Glendale,
AZ
US

Festival-goers come together at the Wigwam resort to celebrate bacon and beer at the Wigwam Beer & Bacon Festival. Guests receive a commemorative glass for sampling beers, taking breaks to munch on bacon and pose for photos with friends. Proceeds from the event benefit a local charity such as The Honey Foundation, which encourages compassion to make the world a better place.

300 Wigwam Blvd
Litchfield Park,
AZ
US

At Arizona Kidstock, families meander through a ballpark full of live music, edifying activities, and popular PBS characters. Parked in VIP reserved seating on the field, guests dance to headlining artists that include the Kratt Brothers of PBS’s Zoboomafoo and the Elektrolytes as seen on America’s Got Talent. PBS stars including Sid the Science Kid and Maya and Miguel appear throughout the day to pose for photos and dispense stock tips.

1933 South Ballpark Way
Goodyear,
AZ
US

Brewfest on Lincoln supplies each of its visitors with 20 sampling tickets, ensuring that they get ample 3-ounce tastings of their chosen brews to rinse their mouths. Local food vendors dish out plates to pair with each foamy pour. The afternoon's entertainment draws from a variety of genres, featuring bands from genres ranging from R & B to classic rock.

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Goodyear,
AZ
US

As toes twinkle onstage, visitors can bask in the renovated scenery of Symphony Hall, which couples hand-blown glass chandeliers with a quartet of designer tapestries. One of the largest machine-made draperies known to man, the theater’s colorful Grand Drape symbolizes the renewal of generations, creativity, and library books discovered during fossil digs.

203 West Adams Street
Phoenix,
AZ
US