Chandler Science Spectacular

Every February, Chandler celebrates the exploration of invention. The Chandler Science Spectacular showcases the businesses, artists, students and innovators in the community as Chandler participates in the statewide Arizona SciTech Festival.

Chandler Science Spectacular 

February 8, 2020 
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Downtown Chandler, 178 E. Commonwealth Ave.
Free Admission

This free event offers unique opportunities for attendees to explore the discoveries of science engineered in their own backyard. Chandler uses 'sneaky science' by entertaining the whole family while explaining how science is important to daily life. Check out interactive demonstrations by Chandler’s technology companies along with the next generation of science from ASU, UofA and more.


Register now to secure your spot at the Ninth Annual Chandler Science Spectacular. 

We are looking for science-oriented companies, organizations or K-12 schools within the city's boundaries interested in participating in the 9th Annual Science Spectacular event sponsored by Intel, Northrop Grumman and First Things First. The event showcases businesses, students and innovators in Chandler, as the community participates in the statewide Arizona SciTech Festival.

The goal for our event vendors/exhibitors is to expose Chandler youth to the educational facets of science and technology, while helping them explore the application of science in the Chandler business community, through hands-on activities.

Vendor Details

Cost of Booth: Free

Deadline to Apply: More information coming later this year

If you are a science-oriented company or organization interested in having an exhibit and/or participating in the science competition, we want to hear from you! Contact Odette Moore at or call 480-782-3038.

Please note that all vendors exhibits will be reviewed and approved by the City of Chandler.

Once again, all K-12 schools and organizations in the city's boundaries are welcome to participate in the second Annual Chandler Science Spectacular Competition. Six winning teams will each be awarded a $500 prize for the most educational, most creative and most passionate projects. Winners from the 2019 event were honored during the April 6th City Council meeting. 

Free parking is available at the Ports America parking garage (south of Buffalo Street, east of Arizona Avenue) and the First Credit Union parking garage (north of Boston Street, east of Arizona Avenue). To view a map of the free parking garages in the Downtown, visit