Arizona Fall Fest returns to Phoenix this weekend for 15th year
PHOENIX — A community celebration that is expected to draw more than 30,000 attendees is returning to Phoenix this weekend for its 15th edition.
Arizona Fall Fest will happen at downtown’s Margaret T. Hance Park on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The free event produced by Local First Arizona will feature more than 200 vendors.
The festival will include more than 40 food trucks and restaurants, three stages with live local entertainment, a dog-friendly area and a kids zone.
“The Arizona Fall Fest began as a way to bring the best local places together and create community pride for our state,” Thomas Barr, Local First Arizona executive director, said in a press release.
“We want people to find their favorite local businesses, discover new local businesses, and be a part of this celebration of all things Arizona. When our local businesses are supported, our communities prosper.”
The first 500 families at the celebration will get a gift bag filled with local items.
A craft beer and wine garden will also be available for those of age.
For information on the celebration, visit the Local First Arizona website.
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