Top 5 things to do this weekend. You mean, besidesthis
Yep. Read on.
CAR POOL @ POOL
Ok, so we've still got highs in the low 100s but we say screw it. Throw on your cut-off shorts, tank tops, and flip-flops and head out to this free custom car show. A couple hundred (wow!) cars will be on display including low riders, imports, classics, and hot rods. There will also be live music and prize giveaways. Check it out today, Friday, September 24, and Saturday, September 25, from 4 to 11 p.m. Click here for details.
Fight Censorship Improv Night @ Bookmans Phoenix
Censorship doesn't often enter into what we do here at the Phoenix New Times. So if other people are going to get raunchy and crazy for the sake of sticking it to the rules of decency, we're all for it. Head to the Fight Censorship Improv Night Friday, September 24, where you'll see comedy improv actors make up inappropriate shit on the spot for your entertainment. Click here for details.
3rd Annual Downtown Chandler Oktoberfest @ SanTan Brewing
What's a weekend without beer? Well, we would call it a super sucky weekend. Get your fill of suds (and delicious brats) at the Oktoberfest celebration Saturday, September 25. The party will only set you back $10...and maybe a few hours when you recover Sunday morning. Click here for details.
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Nest Haunted House @ Rawhide at Wild Horse Pass
We've all noticed how our consumer-based society has set the Christmas season to start in October so why can't other holidays begin early as well? Get the jump on the Halloween festivities at The Nest Haunted House where super spooky scary teenagers and unemployed "thespians" will try to scare the crap out of you. Click here for details.
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