Weekend events for Oct. 18-20
PHOENIX -- Looking for something to do this weekend in the Valley? The list below offers a few options.
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Celebrate Arizona's love of tacos at the Arizona Taco Festival at Salt River Fields. In addition to the tasty tortilla treats, there will be plenty of beverages available, including a tequila sampling. Tickets start at $12.
Funnyman Pauly Shore makes his return to the Phoenix stage this weekend. He's at the Tempe Improv all weekend. Tickets range between $22 and $25.
It's all about the ladies at the Arizona Ultimate Women's Expo this weekend. There will be plenty of shopping, samples and more, along with an appearance by Sherry Shepard from "The View," among others.
Comedian Anthony Jeselnik brings his Comedy Central show, "The Jeselnik Offensive," to Phoenix on Saturday night. The show is at Wild Horse Pass and tickets start at $27.
Plenty of carnival fun will be at the Gilbert Fall Carnival on Saturday. Entry is free but rides require tickets.
Get to know the art and beer of Mexico at the Mesa Arts Center on Friday. Tickets are $35 in advance and $45 at the door.
Actor and comedian Brian Scolaro, who has appeared on numerous sitcoms, will bring his show to The Comedy Spot in Scottsdale all weekend. Tickets start at $10.
Unlimited food tastings and plenty of adult beverages await you at Taste. Chandler's Culinary Festival on Saturday. Tickets are $65 in advance.
Celebrate the art and history of the Grand Avenue area on Saturday. Entry is free.
Check out this documentary of "Night of the Living Dead," the George Romero classic that basically spawned the zombie movie craze.
Enjoy a walk through Glendale of old at the Front Porch Festival on Saturday.