1. Robert Plant
With his impressively high-pitched pipes, Robert Plant’s voice is instantly recognizable and contributed to Led Zeppelin’s status as one of the biggest bands of all time. Accompanied by The Sensational Space Shifters and still evolving stylistically four decades into his career, Plant performs in celebration of his new album, Carry Fire.
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75 N. Second St., Phoenix
2. Hotel Saguaro
With the help of his wise grandpa, a young saguaro who is not sure he wants to be a cactus learns how important he is to the desert.
W-F, 10 a.m.; Sa, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.; Su, 2 p.m.
$10, adults; $7, children 12 and younger
Great Arizona Puppet Theater
302 W. Latham St., Phoenix
3. Jun Kaneko Exhibit
Through May 13
The garden’s desert flora provides a rich backdrop for approximately 20 monumental sculptures by the Japanese-American artist, who specializes in large-scale, hand-built ceramic sculptures.
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Desert Botanical Garden
1201 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix
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