Top 5 Arts Events: June 19-25

Written by Nikole Tower Category: Lists Issue: June 2017

1. Build It!: Frank Lloyd Wright at Chandler Public Library – June 21
Set the Legos aside for a day and discover what it would be like to be architect Frank Lloyd Wright with activities inspired by his career like city planning and structure building. There will also be an exhibit that showcases Wright’s time in Chandler and how he contributed to the community. Free. 2-3:30 p.m. Chandler Public Library, 22 S. Delaware St., Chandler,

2. At Work in Arizona with Marilyn Szabo and Marshall Shore at Arizona Capitol Museum – June 21
Arizona’s rich history will be on display as curator Marilyn Szabo is joined by historian Marshall Shore to talk about the state’s first 100 years. They’ll discuss some of the forgotten lore and the stories behind some of the state’s most iconic images. Free. 12:30-1 p.m. Arizona Capitol Museum, 1700 W. Washington St., Phoenix,

3. AZ Food & Wine hosts POUR at McDowell Mountain Ranch – June 22
In celebration of the latest Vig opening in Scottsdale, AZ Food & Wine is hosting a night of fun with food, music and surprises. The Vig has been a local dining favorite in Phoenix and they’ve been branching further into the Valley. A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit Gigi’s Playhouse Phx. $25. 6-9 p.m. The Vig at McDowell Ranch, 10199 E. Bell Rd., Scottsdale,

Van's Warped Tour. Photo via Facebook.

4. Vans Warped Tour at Fear Farm Festival Grounds – June 22
The annual pop punk festival is back with some of the biggest artists in the scene including Watsky, Andy Black, Neck Deep and Memphis May Fire. It’ll be a hot one so don’t forget a water bottle (there are free refilling stations) and sunscreen. Parents will be able to accompany any child under 16 for free. $49. 12:30-10 p.m. Fear Farm Festival Grounds, 2209 N. 99th Ave., Phoenix,

5. Latin Night at The Duce – June 22
Starting this Thursday, The Duce will be hosting a weekly Latin Night with Stilo Dance Company and Savage Rhythm. Enjoy Latin-inspired cocktails and food that will only be available during the event. Bring your dancing shoes because admission fee includes a free salsa lesson. $8. 6:30-11 p.m. The Duce, 525 S. Central Ave., Phoenix,