PHOENIX — Looking for something to do this weekend in the Valley? The list below offers a few options.
Australian country singer and “American Idol” judge Keith Urban will have audiences singing along Sunday night at Ak-Chin Pavillion. Tickets start at $29.25.
Jimmy Eat World, a band who has roots in the Valley, brings their tour to the Marquee Theatre on Sunday.
Check out food trucks, live music and a beer and tequila garden — along with plenty of chile peppers — at the Roosevelt Row Chile Pepper Festival on Saturday. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the gate.
The former Poison front man will bring his solo act to Wild Horse Pass & Casino on Saturday. Tickets range from $54 to $114.
Need tips to improve your home? Head to the Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show on Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $5 for adults, $2 for kids between 3 and 12 and kids 2 and under are free.
Williams and Spielberg, who have worked on such massive films as “Star Wars” and Indiana Jones,” will appear at the Phoenix Symphony Saturday. Williams will conduct some of his most famous scores and Spielberg will host a talk about the relationship between film and music.
Grab the family and check out Tukee Fest featuring live music, motocross and sports games. Plenty of tasty food will be available for purchase. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for those 12 and younger.
The punk band brings its show to Comerica Theatre on Friday night. Tickets start at $29.50.
Try foods from 10 Valley restaurants along with beer and wine while benefiting the Boys and Girls Clubs of the East Valley. Tickets are $40 each or $70 for two.
The former “Jackass” star brings his standup show to the Tempe Improv all weekend long. Show times vary and tickets range from $20 to $35.
Are you a fan of food trucks? Head to the Food Truck Roundup Saturday to try more than a dozen different trucks in one spot.
Break out the lederhosen and head to Oktoberfest at the Wigwam on Saturday. Admission is $10 and those 12 and under are free.
The “Breaking Bad” and “Chelsea Lately” veteran brings his standup act to Stand Up Live! all weekend. Tickets are $25.