Scottsdale September 2021 Events

Scottsdale September 2021 Events

Eat Your Way Through Phoenix During Restaurant Week!

Average temperature low and high: 75° - 100°
Although temperatures can drop to be slightly more comfortable at night, days are still pretty hot during September in Phoenix. At the tail end of Summer, the buzz and activity start to slow down, making the number of events pretty scarce. To escape the heat, take advantage of Restaurant Week! Experience delicious pre-fixe and discounted meals offered by hundreds of restaurants, while staying comfortable indoors with AC.

September Event Calendar

Chris Isaak

Chris Isaak

Chris performs his signature brokenhearted crooner style you've enjoyed over nine albums.  Known as the "rockabilly rebel", the " Wicked Game" singer has nine albums under his belt. Performing for audiences since the mid-80s, the Grammy-nominated artist hasn't disappointed yet. Your tickets can be found here.

Goldrush

Goldrush

This is an electronic music event you need to see. Whether you go to witness Above and Beyond, the first British DJs to headline Madison Square Garden, or the "masked menace"  duo known as ATLiens, it's time to dance the night away. Illenium will be there, the band that's been taking over the dance music community this past year.  You will find his three-day event of DJs, sonic journeys, and dubstep with artists from the UK, Germany, and the U.S. absolutely unmissable.  Grab your tickets here.

Arizona Blues Showdown Finals

Arizona Blues Showdown Finals

Doors open at noon to hear the blues finalists' showdown.  Lovers of blues music will have a great time hearing local bands and familiar songs.  Vote for your favorite, or maybe pick up a CD from someone new. This event is $10 at the door. You can get more information here.

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Things to Do in Phoenix in September

Take a Canal Walk

Take a Canal Walk
Breweries, restaurants and art galleries are often found alongside Phoenix's long and winding canal system. Explore by the water and take in the scenery, especially in the Arcadia and Biltmore neighborhoods.

Casino Arizona

Casino Arizona
Test your luck and have a great time at Casino Arizona! this 48-foot-high, 100,000 square-foot casino is filled with things to do. There are 900 slot machines, about 50 blackjack tables, keno, and six restaurants. The casino also happens to hold one of the Southwest's largest collections of contemporary Native American art.

Check out the Pueblo Grande Museum

Check out the Pueblo Grande Museum
Take a step into history. Pueblo Grande Ruin and Irrigation Sites are pre-Columbian archaeological sites and ruins that you can walk through in Phoenix, Arizona. On a 2/3 mile trail,  you'll get to see replicated prehistoric houses and a look at how local natives lived in the dessert, using creative canals and integration systems.