Don’t miss the artistic and cultural events

Fall festivals are back in the Valley, from the Arizona Jazz Festival on High Street to the Tempe Festival of the Arts. After a few years of canceled and postponed events, Metro Phoenix is ​​once again hosting countless festivals that celebrate Arizona’s many cultures. The best part? Most of them are free.

This is your guide to the best of the bunch. Here are the cultural festivals in Arizona not to be missed this fall.

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Indigenous Peoples Day Festival

This festival will celebrate the Indigenous community with live music, art exhibits, dancing and screenings of Indigenous films. Desert Bloom Tattoo and Salon – Arizona’s first Native-owned tattoo shop – will be tattooing on-site. And the Cahokia Gallery will be open from 6 to 9 p.m. and will present its new exhibition, “Restoring the Balance: Rematriation of Indigenous Lands.” A pop-up Indigenous market will feature Indigenous foods, artwork and products for purchase.

Cost: Free.

Details: Monday October 10. 3-10 p.m. Indigenous Peoples Day, First and Garfield Streets, Phoenix.

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