Clear Blue Skies, Warm Weather and Excitement in Phoenix!
April is one of the best times of the year to visit Phoenix and Scottsdale. The month traditionally marks the end of “Snowbird Season,” with temperatures in the 70s and 80s before rising into the 90s in May. Pools, golf courses and hiking trails are all busy, while a number of outdoor events and fun festivals welcome guests under clear blue skies.
April Event Calendar
Pheonix Lights Festival
The 6th annual Phoenix Lights event is an electrifying experience that you won’t want to miss! This huge 3-day electronic dance festival gets bigger and better each year with mesmerizing light displays, impressive stage productions, and an awesome lineup of performances across four different stages. Although EDM is the fest’s focused genre, diverse artists from the techno, dubstep, and hip-hop genres will be performing as well. Tickets can be purchased here; general admission weekend passes are $129 plus fees, VIP weekend passes are plus fees, and platinum weekend passes are $649 plus fees
Phoenix Pride Festival
Gay rights and diversity will be celebrated over two days during Phoenix Pride. Steele Indian School Park is welcoming 150 performances on six stages, including headliners Neon Trees and Melanie Fiona. Guests will also enjoy an arts expo, dance pavilion, culinary stations and much more.
Things to Do in Phoenix in April
Hike Camelback Mountain
Named due to its appearance, resembling a camel’s hump, this famous hiking spot is convenient for nature lovers in all corners of Scottsdale. The views after reaching the top are worth the trek.
Catch a Diamondbacks Game
Now that Cactus League’s spring training schedule has wrapped up, it’s time to catch a game where it counts: at Chase Field. The Diamondbacks are ready to take the field in one of the most modern and comfortable baseball stadiums in the country.