Why Arizona Weekly | June 21st - Why Arizona
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Why Arizona Weekly | June 21st

NEW Why Arizona Weekly!

We’re highlighting all things Arizona from sports games to concerts and more!

👇 Here’s what’s going on…

0:22 – Sports in Arizona

0:33 – Things To Do

1:38 – Family Activities

2:37 – Festivals

3:35 – Movies + What’s New to Netflix

6:30 – Concerts + Comedy Shows

 

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Sports

6/22 – Minnesota Lynx at Phoenix Mercury

6/23 – Sioux Falls Storm at Arizona Rattlers

 

Things To Do

6/21  (Thursday) – Scottsdale ArtwalkScottsdale ArtWalk is much like a large, easy-going open house for the Scottsdale Arts District located primarily along Main Street and Marshall Way in Scottsdale Downtown. “America’s Original ArtWalk”, this weekly gathering takes place every Thursday evening (year-round, except Thanksgiving) when all member galleries belonging to the Scottsdale Gallery Association (SGA) open their doors to the public and show off the work of the Southwest’s outstanding artists. A 30-year tradition, the ArtWalk process is simple; proceed at your own pace, wander into galleries that capture your fancy, stroll around a delightful area punctuated by dramatic statues, bubbling fountains, tree-covered courtyards, famed restaurants and more. Horse-drawn carriage rides and trolley rides are often available from plentiful free parking areas nearby.

 

6/24 (Sunday) – Sip & Shop Sundays – Maybe Sunday is a day of rest for some, but DeSoto Central Market knows that the best way to spend a Sunday is sipping and shopping! Sip and Shop at DeSoto Central Market features $3 mimosas, $11.95 bottles of champagne and an amazing variety of delicious brunch options from fantastic stalls. Looking for unique vintage clothes or hand-made crafts? Look no further than rows and rows of vendors, just don’t get lost! Or if you do, make sure you have a Bloody Mary with you for sustenance.

 

6/27 – (Wednesday) Rooftop Yoga Lustre Rooftop Bar – Hotel Palomar (Free) – Enhance your Sutra practice with fingertips in the clouds as you indulge in the boundless freedom of our longest running community program. Move it, soothe it and crave it with the ‘original class in the clouds’ musically charged flow designed to take you on a mystical adventure.  

 

Family Activities

6/22  (Friday) – Roar and Snore With A Dinosaur  ($45 or $35 for members)- Arizona Museum of Natural History in Mesa hosts an overnight at the museum for ages 6-12 that includes a visit to the paleontology lab, fossil preparation, flashlight tour and more. Program begins at 6 p.m. and ends at 9 a.m. the next morning. Advance registration is required.

6/22  (Friday) – Itty Bitty Beach Party (Free) Enjoy a poolside party at Pecos Pool in Phoenix for ages 6 and younger (with an adult) that includes safety lessons, games, dance contests, swimsuit contests, refreshments and more.

6/23 (Saturday) – Summertime Storytelling and Crafts Saturdays ($5, covering a light snack and admission)– Enjoy hands-on children’s storytelling and crafts each Saturday in June at Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix. Books are read by the authors, followed by story-related crafts. This event is geared toward children in grades preK-4.

6/24 (Sunday) – McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park Concerts – Enjoy free concerts every Sunday evening through July 1 at McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park Summer Concerts. Train and carousel rides optional! Food is available to purchase. 7:30-9 p.m. Free concert; $2 train and carousel rides. This week is “One of These Nights (Eagles tribute)”.

 

Festivals

6/24  (Sunday) – Artisan Fest at OdySea in the Desert (Free) Guests are invited to OdySea in the Desert as their monthly Artisan Festival continues. The event will be held in the outdoor courtyard and will feature free family yoga, live music, and a marketplace featuring some of the finest AZ crafts, artists, and designers with a new theme each month.

 

6/22 – 6/23 (Friday & Saturday) – 5th Annual Tilted Earth Wine & Music Festival ($75 at the door) – In Cornville, AZ, just outside of Sedona, from 5:30 to midnight both days. In addition to live music, festival goers will enjoy a wine garden featuring three local wineries, a gourmet food tent, free games like cornhole and horseshoes, massage services, and a silent auction benefiting three local charities.

 

6/23 (Saturday) – 8th Annual High Mountain Beer & Music Festival in Pinetop – Lakeside, AZ ($10 for music, $30 for music & food tasting passes) We have booked four bands, the beer is brewing, the spirits are flowing, and the burgers are grillin!

 

Concerts

Thursday 6/21

Friday 6/22  

Saturday 6/23

Sunday 6/24

Wednesday 6/27

 

Comedy

What’s Hitting the Theaters?

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – When the island’s dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen and Claire mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event.

 

Damsel It’s the Wild West, circa 1870. Samuel Alabaster, an affluent pioneer, ventures across the American frontier to marry the love of his life, Penelope. As his group traverses the west, the once-simple journey grows treacherous, blurring the lines between hero, villain and damsel.

 

The King – Forty years after the death of Elvis Presley, a musical road trip across America in his 1963 Rolls Royce explores how a country boy lost his authenticity and became a king while his country lost her democracy and became an empire.

 

Boundaries – Laura and her son Henry are forced to drive her estranged, pot-dealing, carefree father Jack across country after being kicked out of a nursing home.

 

The Catcher Was A Spy – A major league baseball player, Moe Berg, lives a double life working for the Office of Strategic Services.

 

Izzy Gets The F*ck Across Town – A woman at rock bottom must find her way across Los Angeles in order to crash her ex-boyfriend’s engagement party.

 

Spiral – A look at the rise of anti-Semitism and assaults against Jews in present-day France.

 

Distorted – A 32-year-old woman suffering from bipolar disorder comes to suspect the proprietor of the state-of-the-art ”smart apartment” she and her husband just moved into is using the building’s residents as unwitting guinea pigs for a ”synthetic telepathy” brainwashing plot with dire global ramifications.

What’s New to Netflix?

6/22 –

Brain on Fire

Cooking on High

Derren Brown: Miracle

Heavy Rescue: 401: Season 2

Marvel’s Luke Cage: Season 2

Us and Them

6/23 –

Tarzan

6/24 –  

To Each, Her Own

6/25 –

Hotel Transylvania: Season 1

6/26 –

Secret City

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

  1. Kamau Bell: Private School Negro

Harkins Throwback Night

TNC Lawrence of Arabia

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