Top 5 Arts Events: May 22-28, 2017

Nikole TowerMay 23, 2017
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2. Lasers and Liquor: Pink Floyd Night – May 26
Pink Floyd Night begins with a 15-minute trivia session followed by karaoke. The first show will be a psychedelic roster of lasers cued up with the band’s 1973 classic album “The Dark Side of the Moon.” It will be followed by a laser production of “The Wall” that will be shown on a 360-degree canvas. General $10, members/students $8. Doors 6 p.m.; “The Dark Side of the Moon” 8 p.m.; “The Wall” 9:30 p.m. Arizona Science Center, 600 E. Washington St., Phoenix,

3. Music in the Garden: Domingo DeGrazia Spanish Guitar Band – May 26
Domingo DeGrazia will take the Ullman Terrace stage and fill the garden with the sound of Latin guitars and drum. There are a few dining options such as Gertrude’s and the Patio Café in Ullman Terrace. General $30, members $25. Doors 6:30 p.m., concert 7:30-9:30 p.m. Desert Botanical Garden, 1201 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix,

4. Robot Making Workshop with Jordan-Alexander Thomas – May 27
Put your creative skills to the test by making a wooden robot picture holder led by the Space Boy Robot, AKA Jordan-Alexander Thomas, himself. Everyone is welcome and all supplies will be supplied. Find out more about this artist in the upcoming July issue. $30. 2-4 p.m. Practical Art, 5070 N. Central Ave., Phoenix,

5. Phoenix Caribbean Carnival – May 28
It’s going to be hot this weekend, so escape into your beachside daydreams at the Caribbean festival. There will be a costume contest, live entertainment, face painting and culturally-inspired foods. The carnival kicks off after the street parade which begins at 3rd St. and Thomas Rd. at 8:30 a.m. Adults $10, kids $5, kids under 12 are free. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Steele Indian Park, 300 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix,

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