For most of the country, Valentine’s Day means cold nights in front of hot fires. For us Phoenicians, February brings warm days and pleasant nights – perfect for celebrating the month of love with our special someone or our friends and family. There are plenty of events to delight all of your senses this Valentine’s Day in Phoenix, however, we have decided to focus on the events that are the most pleasant to listen to. Makes sense, as we are in the industry of helping you hear better. Valentine’s Day 2018 is a great way to celebrate all those you love. Read below for our favorite activities to hear this February with your family or your special someone.
1. Go see Cinderella at the Phoenix Symphony Hall
Bring the whole family to Phoenix Symphony Hall to be transported into the pages of the classic and romantic fairytale, Cinderella. Audience members of all ages will be delighted with the beautiful costumes, elegant and powerful dancers, and gorgeous music coming from the accompanying and world-renowned Phoenix Symphony. The performance of Cinderella is presented by Ballet Arizona and only available for a select period of time, specifically to celebrate Valentine’s Day. The show has 1-2 performances daily, and runs from February 15th-18th. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit: http://balletaz.org/performance/cinderella-2018/
2. Paint at the Farm at South Mountain
Spend some quality time with your favorite “little person” at this special Valentine’s event. This event is perfect for daddy/daughter Valentine’s dates, or for good times with Grandparents while mom and dad enjoy a romantic afternoon. During this “Big Little Paint Date” you and your little one will be walked step-by-step through a simple painting on a single canvas you share. While painting, you can also enjoy tasty treats and listen to sweet tunes and the wonderful sounds of nature abound at the Farm at South Mountain. The event will be held on Sunday, February 11th from 1pm – 3pm. For more information or to register, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/big-little-paint-date-valentines-event-tickets-42284203190?aff=es2
3. See Hamilton at ASU Gammage
Every few years or so, a Broadway production becomes an international sensation. Such is the case of Hamilton, a modern day telling of the life of Alexander Hamilton – founding father and Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War. The show combines jazz, blues, hip-hop, R&B, rap and broadway music to tell the fascinating story of this historic American figure. The show runs daily from February 6th to February 25th. Act fast, the show will sell out quickly, as it has sold out in cities and concert halls throughout the world. For tickets and information, visit the ASU Gammage website here: https://www.asugammage.com/
4. Listen to some blues at the Rhythm Room
Cozy up with your loved one while rocking out to some of the best live blues and jazz the valley has to offer. The Rhythm Room is an intimate space dedicated to Jazz and Blues tunes, with live music each and every evening. On February 10th, you can spread the love even further, since all the proceeds from this event go directly to the HART fund. The HART fund assists families of people in the blues community who have suffered hardships such as severe illnesses or funeral costs. The doors open at 7pm. To get more information and see the lineup for the evening, visit: https://www.rhythmroom.com/event/1614661-valentines-day-blues-phoenix/
5. Get your hearing tested at AZ Balance and Hearing Aids
Bear with us on this one. No one thinks of hearing assessments or hearing loss as a very romantic topic, however, many studies have connected treating hearing loss with hearing aids and improved romantic and familial relationships. Imagine the twinkle of romance in your loved one’s ear when they realize you can hear them when they whisper in your ear on the dance floor, or how much more fun communication will be when you don’t have to ask her to repeat herself so often? While not the typical Valentine’s sizzle, getting your hearing assessed could be the most romantic thing you do for your love this year.