The Arizona Strong Beer Festival, part of the annual Arizona Beer Week, is a celebration of local brews and collaborations with breweries from other states. The Phoenix metro area enjoys sunny skies and warm temperatures during winter, which is the perfect time to attend some of the area's most popular events such as the Fiesta Bowl, the Waste Management Phoenix Open and the World Championship Hoop Dance Contest. Moreover, this festival offers a wide range of activities for all ages, including pet adoptions, food, craft beer and wine tasting, and much more. It was created in 1988 to honor the history of ostrich farming in Chandler, and it features live ostriches. M3F is a 100% nonprofit music festival that was established in 2004 and has become a musical destination for festival-goers.
The Arizona Strong Beer Festival is the largest of more than 100 events scheduled across the state to celebrate the 12th annual Arizona Beer Week, held in February. This festival is an opportunity to share the rich history, culture and culinary delights of Greece. The Arizona Renaissance Festival is a medieval amusement park, a 16-stage theater, a 15-hectare circus, an arts and crafts fair, a jousting tournament and a feast, all in a non-stop family adventure. This is the largest art market in Arizona and the second largest market of its kind in the country. It has been a nationally recognized event for a long time.
The Arizona Gay Rodeo is an Igra-approved rodeo that includes country drag events, street vendors, food, full-service bars, drag performances, dances, rodeo royals, games, and more. Widely regarded as a barometer of the collector car industry, these auctions have become first-rate automotive lifestyle events where thousands of the world's most sought after cars are showcased in front of a global audience. Whether you're boarding the magical Polar Express train to visit Santa Claus, participating in local traditions, eating (or drinking) your fill at a festival or bragging about the best at the world's oldest continuous rodeo - Maricopa County in Arizona has something fun for everyone. This three-day festival has drawn visitors to Arizona with past artists such as Odesza, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Empire of the Sun, Griz, Flume, Beck, Kid Cudi, Chromeo, Father John Misty, Grouplove, The Avett Brothers, The Revivalists, The Roots, The Shins, Slightly Stoopid and many others. It's also an ideal climate to celebrate numerous food festivals such as the Arizona Taco Festival and Four Peaks Oktoberfest as well as sports championships, art festivals and shopping. If you're looking for an exciting way to spend your winter vacation or just want to explore what Maricopa County has to offer - beer festivals are definitely worth checking out! From live ostriches to rodeos and music festivals - there's something for everyone at these events.