On Sunday afternoon, downtown Phoenix was very busy. It may have been the busiest it has ever been with the area packed with events and tens of thousands of people there.
The sold-out season opener of the Arizona Diamondbacks was held on Sunday afternoon at Chase field. In addition, the NCAA Final Four Fan Fest was continuing on Sunday at Phoenix Convention Center along with the last night of the March Madness Music Festival being held at Margaret T. Hance Park.
There was also a Phoenix Pride Parade held on Sunday morning and the Phoenix Suns hosting the Houston Rockets at Talking Stick Resort Arena Sunday night. Many were happy with all of the choices of events being held this past weekend.
With all of the options for people to select from you might think it could be a bit unorganized, but according to those who went to events in downtown Phoenix they felt everything was organized well and that the events were good for the city.
Businesses in downtown Phoenix also had to step up to meet the challenges by having more staff in and changing their business hours to accommodate the big crowds and out-of-town visitors to the area.
The organization and planning of businesses and events that occurred in Phoenix were praised by those attending the events that allowed for easy flow for attendees to the events and for those to easily shop and eat in the downtown area.