See What February in Phoenix has to Offer!
In many other places during February, people are cuddled up inside to avoid cold temperatures, but in Arizona, days tend to steadily heat up with max highs averaging between 68 and 72 degrees. Temperatures are perfect for outdoor activities! The month has lots to offer! Some annual events may be different or postponed due to COVID-19, we will do our best to update this page with any new information organizers release in the coming weeks.
February Event Calendar
Innings festival is where music and baseball lovers meet. It will feature 18 artists on 2 stages, plus appearances from Major League Baseball icons. This year’s performing headliners include Dave Matthews Band, Weezer, and MLB Legends. Single-day tickets range from $99-$675 and 2-day tickets range from $149-$1200; they can be purchased here.
Waste Management Phoenix Open
Often called “The Greatest Show on Grass,” the Waste Management Phoenix Open brings over 500,000 golfers and fans into town. In addition to seeing 132 of the world’s top golfers play, the schedule is also jam-packed with other special events for attendees like motivational speeches, a trick shot show, Special Olympics, entertainment tents, live music performances, and more! The first two days are free; general admission prices for the remaining days range from $45-$60 and can be purchased here.
Things to Do in Phoenix in February
Check out the OdySea Aquarium
The OdySea Aquarium in Scottsdale is the largest aquarium in the Southwest United States, spanning over 200,000 square feet. With more than 2,000,000 US gallons of water, there are over 6,000 animals and 370 different species in over 65 exhibits. It is a must-stop on your visit to the Phoenix-Scottsdale area!
Tour Mystery Castle
Located in Phoenix near South Mountain Park, Mystery Castle is a destination you must include on your visit list. It was built in the 1930s by Boyce Luther Gulley for his daughter Mary Lou Gulley out of found or inexpensive material. After her father’s death and after she and her mother inherited and moved into the home, it gained attention and popularity. Life Magazine even wrote a story on it and that same year, Mary Lou and her mother began offering tours.