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The festival will kick off with wrestling from Phoenix Championship Wrestling featuring men and women competing from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., followed by live music from Pandy Raye and the ContraBanditos and Bitter Creek as well as Battle of the Bands featuring youth bands competing for a grand prize of a studio recording at Stem Recording.
Children can enjoy a petting zoo, tot spot, bounce houses and kids' games while adults can check out Police, Fire and other City of Mesa vehicles and equipment or visit booths offering prizes. The Mesa Arts Center's Mobile Art-Based Engagement Lab (MABEL) will also be present as a pop-up community center on the go. Mrs Pott's Tea Party characters Ariel, Rapunzel and Moana will be available for photos with their fans!
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The food court will offer more than a dozen food trucks selling everything from frybread to carne asada to soft pretzels, corn dogs and yogurt while Arizona Disabled Sports will be selling water and glow items to support upcoming competitions for athletes with disabilities. Unlimited access to carnival rides (age and height restrictions may apply) is available for $5..
Attendees are encouraged to capture their moments by using #CelebrateMesa on Facebook and Instagram. Celebrate Mesa is made possible by the City of Mesa; Mesa Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities; Mesa Recycles; The Foundation for Mesa Parks and Recreation; Mesa Convention Center; Mesa Amphitheatre; AT&T Fiber; SRP; Humana; Whataburger; Renewal by Andersen; Center Well Senior Primary Care; Parent Partners Plus/Southwest Human Development and Dental Depot. For more information visit celebratemesa.com
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