Radar: To Do in PHX 10.26 – 10.29

“Rocky Horror Picture Show” comes to life at the FOUND:RE Hotel this week. Photo from eventbrite.com.

Halloweekend is officially here which means it’s time to dress up and enjoy a spook-tacular time in Phoenix this weekend. Celebrations start on Thursday with a lowkesy wine and tarot night at The Joy Lush club then continue into Friday with a Halloween burlesque show at The Duce and a bar crawl that starts at Boondocks. For people who might not cares for spooks and scares, the Kierland Fine Art & Wine Winter Festival runs through the weekend. No matter what way you want to enjoy the weekend, we’ve got you covered. 


Tarot Uncorked: A Mystical Wine Tasting Experience at The Joy Lush Club
Who doesn’t love a little tarot with their wine? Join The Joy Lush Club for a wine tasting that includes an individual three card reading for everyone who signs up. Every guest will also earn an entry into a drawing for a free tarot card reader training on demand program with Elevate Yoga and Wellness. $30. 6 p.m. 24 West Camelback Rd. #Suite D & E Phoenix, AZ; thejoylushclub.com // @thejoylushclub

Paint n’ Drank at Monsoon Market
Monsoon Market is hosting a paint n’ drank spooky paint night this Thursday. The class will be hosted by Terra of Sissy Art. Ticket price includes: a 16 x 20″ canvas, paint and brushes, instructions, natural wine, mocktails, and good vibes. $40. 7 p.m. 3508 North 7th St. STE 140 Phoenix, AZ; monsoonmrkt.com // @monsoonmrkt


CURIOUS: Playback Theatre for Queer Narratives at Phoenix Center for the Arts
Rising Youth Theater is putting queer narratives at the forefront with CURIOUS, a space to center queer narratives with an ensemble of young people identifying as lgbtq+ using the improvisational form of Playback Theatre. During this sharing, audience members will be prompted to share stories from their lived experiences, inspiring an improvised scene by the actors. Free. 7 p.m. 1202 North 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ; risingyouththeatre.org // @risingyouththea

Hells Bells Ball Burlesque Show at The Duce
The Hells Bells Halloween Burlesque show is happening at The Duce this Friday. The pre and post show features Deejay Tyger and Garrett on Sax while the rock and roll show will have an aerialist and a fire breather. Make sure to wear a costume because a prize will be given out for the best one at the show! $50. 9:30 p.m. 525 South Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ; theducephx.com // @theducephx

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” Four Course Interactive Dinner at FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel
Get ready to do the time warp, Phoenix! FOUND:RE is holding a four course interactive dinner while showing The Rockey Horror Picture Show. Guests will have the opportunity to fully participate in the interactive elements of the show, including singing along to iconic songs, shouting callbacks, and even dressing up as your favorite characters. $89. 7:30 p.m. 1100 North Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ; foundrehotels.com // @foundrephx

Halloween Bar Crawl at Boondocks Patio & Grill
Crawl With Us is back in town with their Halloween bar crawl. Check-in for the bar crawl is at Boondocks Patio & Grill and vouchers are valid at Boondocks and Wasted Grain. Ticket price includes:1-2 drink or shot, Crawl With US stadium cup and bottle opener lanyard, waived cover fee at all venues, drink and food specials, and more. $20+. 4 p.m. 4341 N 75th St Scottsdale, AZ; crawlwith.us // @crawlwithus


Haunted/ History Phoenix Social Distanced Walking Tour
Join Marshall Shore, the unofficial Arizona Hip Historian for a walking tour of historic and ghostly haunts in downtown Phoenix. This tour will include stops at the historic Orpheum Theater and the San Carlos Hotel, home to the ghost of Leone Jensen, who has haunted it’s halls since 1928. $35. 5:30 p.m. 721 North Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ; hiphistorian.com // @hip_historian

10.28 – 10.29 

Kierland Fine Art & Wine Winter Festival at Kierland Commons
Discover why Kierland Commons is a must stop for Art and Wine lovers! Patrons enjoy exploring Arizona’s wine regions with tastings from sixteen of the state’s Best wineries, while strolling down Main Street, listening to live music and discovering art. Purchase your Beer & Wine Garden Packages in advance, starting at $30, to bypass the lines at the gate! $30+. 10 a.m. 15205 N. Kierland Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ; vermillionpromotions.com


12 Annual MIKIZTLI: Día de los Muertos Festival at Steele Indian School Park
Cultural Coalition is holding it’s 12th Annual MIKIZTLI: Día de los Muertos PHX Festival this Sunday! Presented by Cultural Coalition and AT&T, this free family friendly event has expanded to offer audiences more cultural performances, art vendors, food trucks, and MIKIZTLI’s largest community altar or ofrenda. Free. 2 p.m. 300 East Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ; culturalcoalition.com // @culturalcoaz

“Musical Pioneers” – Free Concert by the Women’s Orchestra of Arizona at Ascension Lutheran Church
The Women’s Orchestra of Arizona is holding their fall concert this Sunday at Ascension Lutheran Church. The theme of the concert is “Musical Pioneers” and will feature Beethoven and his Coriolan Overture, Mozart’s Symphony No. 1., and a symphony by young Alice Mary Smith. Free+. 3 p.m. 7100 North Mockingbird Lane Paradise Valley, AZ; womens-orchestra-arizona.org // @womensorchestraarizona

Howl-O-Ween 2023 at Monarch Theatre in Phoenix
The second annual Howl-O-Ween is back in Phoenix this weekend! Featuring burlesque, DJs, vendors, live performers, a costume contest, raffles, and more, this is one of the most unique Halloweekend celebrations. Multiple rooms and stages make this a festival like experience with a little something for everybody. $25. 4 p.m. 122 East Washington Street Phoenix, AZ; alphahowse.com // @alphahowse

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