Five great events to take your Friends and Family in January 2015

Are you looking for some fun events with your family or friends at the start of the new year?

Here are some top picks for events to attend in Phoenix, Arizona in January 2015:

NFL Experience, Phoenix Convention Center
In preparation for the Superbowl, which will be held in Glendale, AZ on February 1, 2015, the National Football League hosts this incredible interactive theme park for all ages. The 22
nd Annual NFL Experience will offer participatory games, displays, entertainment attractions, youth football clinics and free autograph sessions from current and former NFL players.
Phoenix Convention Center
January 24 - February 1, 2015

Arizona Bach Festival- Central Avenue, Phoenix
The 2015 Arizona Bach Festival will includes a performance of the Clavierübung III and Musical Offering by Bach, with brass, timpani and organ coming together to form a beautiful and haunting celebration of classical music.
Central United Methodist Church- January 16 and January 18, 2015
All Saints’ Episcopal Church - January 11 and January 25, 2015

Arizona Fine Art Expo- 26540 N. Scottsdale Road and Jomax- Scottsdale
Experience the artwork of hundreds of artists in their studios, spread across 44,000 square feet of space under a white tent. If you love art, you simply cannot miss this three-month art extravaganza.
26540 N. Scottsdale Road
January 16- March 29
10am-6pm everyday

Arizona Balloon Classic – Fear Farm Sports & Entertainment Complex- Phoenix
The fourth annual Arizona Balloon Classic event will see around 30 balloon teams take part. It will run for three days, with thousands of people expected to attend evening balloon glows, morning balloon landings and launches and the Hare and Hound balloon race. There will also be food, music, arts and crafts, fireworks and a family fun zone.
Loop 101 and I10W – Fear Farm
Friday, January 23 – Sunday, January 25

The PGA Waste Management Phoenix Open Golf Tournament – TPC Scottsdale
The first PGA tournament of the year attracts more crowds than any other PGA event drawing over 50,000 spectators. Watch pro golfers in the gorgeous setting at the TPC course in North Scottsdale. Don't forget to visit the rambunctious 16
th hole, the loudest hole in golf, which is more like a football stadium, than a quiet golf setting. Week long activities include a trick shot event, a junior golf clinic and a Special Olympics Open.
January 26 – February 1

- Courtesy of Diamondback Realty,


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