Scottsdale June 2021 Events

Scottsdale June 2021 Events

June is one of the Pheonix-Scottsdale Area's Hottest and Least-Crowded Months

Average temperature low and high: 66° - 103°
June is the sunniest and driest month of the year in the Phoenix-Scottsdale area, with temperatures continuing to climb day by day throughout the month. The daily maximum temperature spikes to between 102 and 106 degrees. To beat the heat, the city's buzz and business tend to slow down a bit, and most enjoyable activities take place indoors, in water, or in the evenings. With the city now reopen and free of restrictions, options are limitless.

June Event Calendar

Spartan Race Stadion

Spartan Race Stadion

Do you have what it takes to participate in a Spartan challenge? Head down to the State Farm Stadium and test your strength with this 5K course that includes 20 obstacles. The challenge is uniquely modeled after the Stadion, which was an ancient Greek running event and a historic original Olympic Game, and they take place at stadiums around the country. Pricing to participate ranges from $99-$134. You can also buy a spectator ticket for $10. Visit the race website for more info!

Scottsdale Events in June

Concerts

Sports

Theater & Headliners

Things to Do in Phoenix in June

Go Salt River Rafting

Go Salt River Rafting
Arizona can bring some pretty crazy temperatures in June, and what better way to cool off than with some water fun? Enjoy a thrilling day with beautiful scenery while whitewater rafting in Arizona's hidden gem, the 2000-foot-deep Salt River Canyon! It's worth a day (or more) trip!

Join the party in Old Town Scottsdale

Join the party in Old Town Scottsdale
As the hot Phoenix days fade, Scottsdale nights heat up. Concentrated in a couple of square miles known as Old Town, Scottsdale combines clubs and saloons to create a scene that mixes West Coast glam with a more laidback Western attitude. From wine bars and tequila cantinas to dive bars and dance floors, there’s something for everyone in Old Town Scottsdale. Folks tend to be friendly and willing to chat with locals and out-of-towners alike.