Top 15 Reasons To Attend The Inaugural Scottsdale Fahrenheit Festival
It’s Affordable! Kids 12 and under are free and adult tickets are only $5 in advance and $10 at the door.
See the world’s greatest arm wrestler, Travis Bagent, compete in the nation’s most lucrative arm wrestling competition.
The first 500 children get a free box of Hot Tamales candy
Watch the start and finish of Scottsdale Beat The Heat: The Hottest Race on Earth. It starts at 2:47pm sharp, the exact time it hit a record 122 degrees in Phoenix on June 26, 1990. And it’s not just the hottest race in the world, it has the richest purse for any race in Arizona
It all happens, well most of it, in the air-conditioned confines of the North Hall at WestWorld, home to the world famous Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
Check out the El Hefe Jalapeño Eating Contest: Presented by Udder Delights
Climb up and cool down on the world’s largest inflatable water slide
It’s baseball season so see if you have the “heat” in the Festival’s Fast Pitch competition with trophies going to the winners in each age category
Watch acclaimed local artist Ashley Macias paint in charcoal
Jalapeño ice cream, anyone?
There’s nothing better than a great beverage on a hot summer day and on June 16th you’ll be able to enjoy just that at Arizona Ales & Cocktails, part of the indoor elements at the Scottsdale Fahrenheit Festival
Live DJs and performances by Whiskey’s Quicker, one of Arizona’s great classic rock banks led by Arizona Sports 98.7 talk show host and columnist Dan Bickley
Fire breathing and theatric performances.
Fire trucks from the Scottsdale Fire Department and tow trucks (though not quite Mater-like) from All City Towing!
Hot rods, classics and exotics add plenty of horsepower to the mix.