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Updated Feb 7, 2014 - 6:33 am

Weekend events for Feb. 7-9

PHOENIX — Looking for something to do this weekend in the Valley? The list below offers a few options.

Arizona Diamondbacks Fan Fest

Spring training is just around the corner and fans can reconnect with their favorite D-backs players at this free event on Saturday. Players will be in attendance.

George Strait

Dust off your cowboy boots and brush off the Stetson. Country legend George Strait will have audiences dancing at US Airways Center on Friday. Tickets start at $76.50.

Ralphie May

The hilarious “Last Comic Standing” veteran will have audiences laughing all weekend long at Stand Up Live! in Phoenix. Tickets start at $25.

Glendale Chocolate Affaire

Calling all chocolate lovers! The Glendale Chocolate Affaire in the city’s historic downtown will have you drooling. Entry is free.

Alejandra Guzman

The Latin Grammy winner brings her “rockera”-style show to Celebrity Theatre on Friday. Tickets range between $39 and $275.

Renaissance Festival

Calling all lords and ladies! The Arizona Renaissance Festival is going on every weekend through March 8 in Gold Canyon.

Harlem Globetrotters

They’re no Phoenix Suns, but the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters will bring their own brand of basketball fun to both Arena and US Airways Center this weekend.

Phoenix Chinese Festival

Explore the culture of China all weekend long at Margaret T. Hance Park East in downtown Phoenix this weekend. Entry is free.

Taste of Tempe

More than 24 restaurants, breweries and wineries will be at the Taste in Tempe on Sunday. Tickets are $59 in advance and $69 at the door.


In case you can’t get enough reptiles just living in Arizona, this two-day event at the Arizona State Fairground offers enough reptiles and amphibians for everyone.

Stone Sour

The Iowa rock band bring their show to the Marquee Theatre in Tempe on Sunday. Tickets are $30.

World Championship Hoop Dance Contest

The best Native American and Canadian First Nations hoop dancers will square off at the Heard Museum on Saturday and Sunday.


It’s Phoenix’s version of the famous dog race, but there’s a few changes: The dog sleds are shopping carts and the dogs are weirdly-dress people. Also, the stopping points are bars.


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