Scottsdale Plaza Resort to host second pool party, concert

0701Ns Entertainment (Pool Party)

The Scottsdale Plaza Resort announces the second installment of the Making Waves Pool Party and Concert.

From 1-6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 22, at The Scottsdale Plaza Resort’s Main Pool, guests of all ages are invited to keep cool in the pool and listen to a live concert by Valley based power-pop band, Elvis Before Noon.

Drink specials will be offered and a poolside Taco Bar will be available for purchase for $13, according to a press release. The Taco Bar includes:

  • From the Grill: Carne Asada Steak, Chicken
  • Sides: Gazpacho with shrimp and bay scallops, tortilla chips with salsa and guacamole, cucumber, tomato and jicama salad, refried beans, cilantro lime rice
  • Dessert: Churros with cinnamon whipped cream

There will be a complimentary Popsicle Toast at 5 p.m. to cheers to this unique summer escape, stated the release. Additionally, SanTan Brewery will make an appearance with complimentary beer samples and souvenir items.

Music and dancing will continue into the night at JD’s Lounge from 8-10 p.m. as Elvis Before Noon continues their live performance, according to the release.

Resort guests are invited to stay the night and enjoy a Relax and Revive from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sunday morning, Aug. 23, with a Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar, stated the release.

There will be a large selection of unique mix-ins to spice or sweeten up the morning. Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s are $15 and single are $6, according to the release.

For more information, call 480-948-5000 and ask about the Making Waves Pool Party.

The Making Waves Pool Party and Concert is for all ages and is complimentary for all resort guests and non-guests, stated the release.

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