All good games must come to the end but that doesn’t mean your trip stops there! You’re here for the Spring Training action but you’ll stay for the other attractions Mesa has to offer:


Events going on during Spring Training


Arizona Renaissance Festival (February 11th through April 2nd)


The Arizona Renaissance Festival is a medieval amusement park, a 13-stage theater, a 30-acre circus, an arts and crafts fair, a jousting tournament and a feast -- all rolled into one non-stop, day-long family adventure! It is an outdoor event that combines entertainment and wares reminiscent of what may have been found in a 16th Century European village market celebrating the arrival of the King to their shire. Walk through our gates to be transported back to a simpler more jovial time!


3rd Annual Downtown Mesa Brew Fest (March 4th)


From 2 - 6pm Macdonald Street, south of Main Street, will be filled with local Arizona breweries and eateries, live music and festival vendors from around the valley! Contests, free Brewfest swag and games will be offered throughout the day. This festival is free to enter and family and dog friendly!


Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek Pro Rodeo (March 15th—19th)


Hold on tight and get ready for an incredible Western experience. Roots N’ Boots is coming to City Limitless® March 15-19 and with that are the heart-pounding events of the PRCA Rodeo. Visitors and residents alike will join to celebrate the rural history, culture, and heritage of the Town of Queen Creek. Not only can you see bull riding and barrel racing, but there will be a carnival, petting zoo, cornhole tournament, and pony rides. Saddle up for a good time!


Roots N Boots


spark! Mesa’s Festival of Creativity (March 17th—18th)


spark! Mesa's Festival of Creativity, will provide an immersive environment to celebrate the work of amazing, creative people and to discover the creative thinker inside every visitor! The event will take place at the Mesa Arts Center. Each day and night there will be a variety of musical performances featuring popular local and regional artists. The festival will offer food, fun and creative activities for the whole family!


For more events to attend after the ball game click here.


Keep the action going


Octane Raceway: If you are looking for a pure adrenaline rush head on over to Octane Raceway for a high-speed kart race around their indoor/outdoor track! They also have an arcade with play-to-win games and mini bowling that is fun for all ages.


Apache Trail Tours: Intrigued by tales of the old West? Want to pan for gold? Or are you just looking to see desert landscape through a new lens? Schedule a rugged, off-road tour or an on-road scenic journey for the ultimate desert experience. Suitable for ages 2 and up.


Trail Tour


Indulge in food experiences


Rodizio Grill: An authentic Brazilian dining experience is waiting for you in Mesa! Your dinner will turn into an event as you enjoy grilled meats served tableside and freshly prepared salads and side dishes.


Barleens Arizona Opry Dinner Show: If you want to keep it casual throughout your trip, try out Barleens where you’ll enjoy their friendly, community-based environment with a variety of live entertainment. You’ll fall head over heels with their home-style meals—just like grandma used to make! 




Take it easy after a day in the sun


Musical Instrument Museum (MIM): Keep cool after the game by exploring the world through music at the MIM. With over 6,500 instruments from different cultures on display to interactively learn about this is the perfect attraction for families to unwind at.


Dana Park: A good trip isn’t complete without a shopping trip! Shop ‘til you drop at a variety of stores including (but not limited to): Lizard Thicket, Bath & Body Works and Ann Taylor Loft. If sitting in the ballpark bleachers has your back aching—schedule yourself a massage at Fuchsia Beauty Bar.


Dana Park


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