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PHOENIX -- Looking for something to do this Labor Day weekend? The list below offers a few options.

Black Sabbath

The Prince of Darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne, reunites with Black Sabbath for the first time on tour since the '70s on Friday night at US Airways Center. Tickets start at $44.75.

Phoenix Cooks!

Are you a fan of Phoenix eateries but don't have time to sample them all? Phoenix Cooks! is for you. Chefs from over 50 different Valley restaurants will be serving up their creations on Saturday. Ticket prices vary.

Damon Wayans

The former "In Living Color" comedian brings his show to Stand Up Live! in Phoenix this weekend. Showtimes vary, but tickets are $35. There is a two-drink minimum.

Josh Wolf

The "My Name is Earl" and "Raising Hope" veteran (not to mention "Chelsea Handler" writer) Josh Wold if at the Tempe Improv all weekend. Tickets are $20.

Off the Cuff Improv Show

Grab the family and head to Changing Hands in Tempe on Friday for Off the Cuff's latest improvisational comedy show. Admission is free.

BoogieDaBeat Dance Competition

Prefer to watch others shake their groove things while you watch from a distance? Check out the BoogieDaBeat Dance Competition on Saturday as local and out-of-state hip-hop dance teams take the floor at Grand Canyon University. Tickets start at $20.

Satinder Sartaaj

Satinder Sartaaj, an Indian Punjabi artist, brings his original lyrics and music to the Mesa Arts Center on Friday.,

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