Start your Labor Day weekend at the Heard the evening of Sept. 2 with fun, food, drink and fresh events, and share the cultural pulse of Phoenix and the Southwest today — with free evening admission to the museum’s galleries! Get your kicks at the Heard on this staycation! From a family film to gourmet popcorn, join us and kick off your holiday weekend in fun-filled style.
As a complement to our current exhibit, Over the Edge: Fred Harvey at the Grand Canyon and in the Great Southwest, we will show the classic 1946 Judy Garland movie musical The Harvey Girls in the Steele Auditorium at 6:30 p.m., where we’ll be serving popcorn! Admission to the film is free.
The Cafe and Cantina are open for dining, drinks or snacks, and a cash bar is also available for both adult and family-friendly beverages. Don’t forget to visit the Heard Museum Shop, the Collector’s Room and Books & More until 8 p.m.!
All First Friday evenings are 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. [No First Friday at the Heard in March.]
First Friday trolleys pick up and drop off passengers at the Heard Museum along its route through central Phoenix on every First Friday except March. The Heard is one of five hubs along the approximately five-mile route. Trolleys stop at each hub about every 20 minutes from 6 p.m. to about 9:30 p.m. Here is a map of the trolley route. NOTE: The gates to the Heard’s parking lot close each First Friday at 10:30 p.m.
Valley Metro Rail also runs as usual, with the Encanto Boulevard/Central Avenue stop directly in front of the Heard Museum. Please visit the Valley Metro website for route info and stop times.