Scottsdale Fireworks

Scottsdale presents a Red, White & COOL Patriotic Celebration, July 4

As things really begin to heat up in the Valley, we’ve got your back with ways to cool down, celebrate Independence Day, check out local independent artists and venues, and explore art, film and more. See you Around Town! |CST


July 2
Paper Foxes
The Rebel Lounge


Veronica Everheart

July 2
Desert Ridge Marketplace, District Stage

July 7
Veronica Everheart
The Rebel Lounge

July 8
I Am AZ Music: Lee Perreira
Musical Instrument Museum; 480.478.6000

July 9
The Stakes
The Nash; 602.795.0464

July 9
KC Angels
Desert Ridge Marketplace, District Stage


Scottsdale Quarter free Summer Fridays

Cool off during Scottsdale Quarter's free Summer Fridays

July 2
Summer Fridays at Scottsdale Quarter: Party in the U.S.A
The Quad, at the Splash Pad

July 3
Anthem Independence Day Celebration
(Fireworks display, weather permitting)

July 4
Fourth at the Fountain
(Fireworks display)

July 4
Subaru Presents Scottsdale 4th of July Celebration
(Fireworks display)

Alan Rubio

Choreographer and performer Alan Rubio will perform an original dance inspired by the exhibition Division of Labor: Women Shifting a Transnational Gaze live from SMoCA, July 9


July 7, 10
PhxArt + FilmBar Present: Sunflowers
Phoenix Art Museum, Whiteman Hall

July 9
Alan Rubio: Inspired by Division of Labor: Women Shifting a Transnational Gaze
(Virtual performance)
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

Thru July 18
Daddy Long Legs
The Phoenix Theatre Company; 602.254.2151

Thru July 24
Kill Socrates, A Comedy
Don Bluth Front Row Theatre; 480.314.0841

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