This is our list of things to do in Phoenix this September:
Nighttime Farmer’s Market will take place this September 3. Don’t leave Flashlight Nights empty-handed! Enjoy a nighttime farmers’ market on selected nights stocked with fresh, locally grown produce, honey, and handmade soaps from vendors and farmers.
2. Go plant-based at the Vegan Restaurant Week
This is a week-long celebration featuring many Phoenix eateries that will be creating unique vegan and plant-based cuisine for restaurant-goers. Check out all the details here.
When: 🗓September 11-18
Where: 📍Participating restaurants around town
3-8. Celebrate Mexico’s Independence Day (September 15) at these Mexican restaurants
-La Santisima Gourmet Taco Shop
-Presidio Cocina Mexicana
Looking for a splashy adventure in Arizona? Drive down to Peoria’s Lake Pleasant, where you’ll find the world’s tallest floating waterslide.
-Desert Botanical Garden
-Floor 13 Rooftop Bar
-Tempe Town Lake
With hundreds of five-star Google reviews, Pinnacle Peak has been rated as Tucson’s main attraction located in Trail Dust Town. You can also enjoy their Gun Fights and in-town shops after an authentic cowboy dinner.
Something about that bitter bite of Aperol with the slight sweetness of orange and the fizziness of Prosecco makes for the perfect warm-weather combo. And luckily, you have plenty of options to grab one in Phoenix.
-From The Rooftop
The creators of the famous “Slaughterhouse” will open “Glowing Pumpkins” this Halloween, an immersive 35-55 minute pumpkin walk with more than 5000 hand-carved pumpkin designs that will deliver a unique spectacle of art, light, costumed characters, and themed stops along an outdoor trail.
23-26. Listen to enchanting performances at these Candlelit concerts
Calm your mind and experience fantastic music in a new light with these sensational concerts by candlelight in some of New Orleans’ most beautiful venues. Here are some of the ones that will take place this month:
Featured image by Jon Tyson.