“Luckily, the vast majority of events held annually in Phoenix are traditionally held outside due to the wonderful and mostly predictable weather we enjoy year round.  This year’s events, such as the Waste Management Phoenix Open, won’t have the turnouts of past years but the spirit of the event will show through as always.” – Joe Coleman, Designated Broker

 

The Waste Management Phoenix Open Begins Today!

The Phoenix Open will be held Feb. 1-7, 2021 at TPC Scottsdale, though it will be a scaled-down version of the event. Fan attendance will be limited to 5,000 at the most each day, the tournament recently announced. General admission tickets are on sale, and have increased this year: $100-$125 per day (tickets were $45-$60 in 2020).

 

As Arizona continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent uptick in cases, the pandemic’s impact on events in 2021 is already underway. Some events have been canceled entirely, while others have been postponed, transitioned to virtual events, or haven’t made an official decision yet.

 

THESE EVENTS ARE STILL BEING PLANNED:

  • M3F Fest
  • Chandler Ostrich Festival
  • Spring NASCAR Cup Series at Phoenix Raceway
  • Barrett-Jackson
  • The Good Life Festival
  • Country Thunder Arizona 2021
  • Goodguys Rod & Custom Association Car Show
  • Thunderbird Artists

 

THESE EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELED:

  • Innings Fest
  • Great Canadian Picnic
  • Chinese Culture & Cuisine Festival
  • Matsuri Festival of Japan
  • Devour Phoenix
  • Lost Dutchman Days
  • Buckeye Air Fair
  • Concours in the Hills
  • Street Eats Food Truck Festival
  • Phoenix St. Patrick’s Day Faire & Parade
  • Tempe Empty Bowls
  • Tempe Festival of the Arts

 

This information was last updated on Jan. 14, 2021. Read the full article at ABC 15