LOCAL LILY LOOK AHEAD { FEBRUARY } DRINKS, DINES & GOOD TIMES

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This week is Third Thursday Hangs at Frank & Lupe’s in Old Town Scottsdale, and while we won’t commit to being there before 5PM, their happy hour starts at 3PM…So feel free pregame on the patio and we’ll see you there – the weather should be perfect.  We had a great group last time, and this month’s trophy may or may not feature a tiny sombrero. Invite your peeps and come hang (from about 5:30-7:30).  Don’t forget to HMU the next time you’re on Instagram and Facebook and we can swap stories.

As for the rest of February, I’ll be making the most of these sun-soaked spring days at events like Arizona MatsuriPHX Vegan Food FestivalRockin’ Taco Rumble, and Vincent’s Camelback Market 

Fifth Annual Southwest Maker Fest
Saturday, February 17
A collaborative one day FREE festival that engages visitors in exploring hands-on creation, from 3D printing to rocketry to weaving. The i.d.e.a. Museum will be open free to the public that day as part of the festival experience.
Downtown Mesa
On Pepper Street between Robson and Macdonald Streets

Rollout to Margo Price with Local Lily
Sunday, February 18
Win (2) tickets to come see Margo Price perform at Crescent Ballroom with us. Like @locallily on Instagram and tag a friend you want to roll with you. Contest ends at 10PM on February 15th. Winner will be selected at random, notified on February 16, and has 24-hours to claim or forfeit.

Margo Rae Price is an American country singer-songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee. She’s been called “country’s next star” and has recently performed on Jimmy Fallon and SNL.  Her debut solo album Midwest Farmer’s Daughter was released on Jack White’s Third Man Records.
Read more about Margo Price on the Crescent Ballroom blog OR buy tickets.

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PHX Vegan Food Festival
Saturday, February 24
New year, new you? This is a great place to try out something new with three stages of music and over 100 of Arizona’s top vegan restaurants and food trucks.
Margaret T. Hance Park
1202 N. 3rd St., Phoenix

Arizona Matsuri
Saturday, February 24 – Sunday, February 25
Expand your frick’n horizons. Get cultured at this celebration of Japanese heritage featuring loads of fantastic food, vendors, shopping, and entertainment.
Heritage Square Historic District
601 E. Monroe St., Phoenix

DogFest Walk ‘n Roll Phoenix
Saturday, February 24
I mean, it’s a day full of dogs….Bring your doggos down to support Canine Companions for this family-friendly and dog-friendly event.
Scottsdale Civic Center Amphitheater
3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd., Scottsdale

Rockin’);” href=”https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rockin-taco-rumble-tickets-41114679112?aff=efbeventtix” target=”_blank”>Rockin’ Taco Rumble
Friday, March 2
The Arizona’s first ever Rockin’ Taco Rumble promises to bring the heat and the meat. We’ll be the judge of that 😉🌮🏆 Professionally produced by our friends at HDE Agency, the Rockin’ Taco Rumble is a taco competition spinoff from the Rockin’ Taco Street Fest held each fall in Downtown Chandler. “It’s a smaller, more intimate version of our larger festival,” says Landon Evans, event producer, HDE Agency. Tickets get you a taste of 15 local taco makers, local craft beer and spirits, live music and delicious desserts.
Events On Jackson
245 E. Jackson Street, Phoenix

Vincent’s Camelback Market 
Every Saturday 9am – 1pm
Returning for it’s 26th season, locals absolutely adore this seasonal treasure. Go early for a table, bring cash, park in the corporate building lot just west of the strip plaza. Better yet, Uber, and pop a bottle of champagne while you brunch.
3930 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix

6th Street Market
Sundays
Meet local makers, connect with community and savor the season’s perfect weather. Free parking in the City Hall Parking Garage and on-street meters every Sunday!
6th Street Market
24 E. 6th Street, Tempe

McDowell Mountain Music Festival
Friday, March 2 – Sunday, March 4
Get your tickets now because this is all your music festival and flower crown dreams come true. This 100% nonprofit music festival was established in 2004 and has become a musical destination for festivalgoers. This year’s lineup includes exciting additions, see it all here.

Margaret T. Hance Park

Other local events you may want to plan for include:
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Arizona Black Rodeo
Saturday, March 10
Rawhide Western Town & Event Center
5700 W. North Loop Rd., Chandler

Arizona Aloha Festival
Saturday, March 10 – Sunday, March 11
Tempe Beach Park
80 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe

Motorcycles on Main
First Friday of every month – September through June
Downtown Mesa

Desert Night Cinema
March 15-June 14
Desert Botanical Garden
1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix

Photo Credits: Jay Wennington, Nicolas Tessari, Ryo Yoshitake, Andrei Ianovskii, RodeoDaniel Ramirez