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EVENTS –SEPTEMBER 2014

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GLENDALE

AUG 22 2014 – AUG 30 2014

Little Shop of Horrors

Glendale – Brelby Studio

Little Shop of Horrors – Brelby Studio, A down-and out skid row floral assistant becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers an exotic plant with a
mysterious craving for fresh blood, 7:30 & 2 pm, 623-282-2781 or http://brelby.com

SEP 1 2014 – SEP 6 2014

Little Shop of Horrors

Glendale – Brelby Studio

A down-and out skid row floral assistant becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers an exotic plant with a mysterious craving for fresh blood, 7:30
& 2 pm, 623-282-2781 or http://brelby.com/

SEP 6 2014

10th Annual Teddy Bear Day

Glendale – Catlin Court

10th Annual Teddy Bear Day – Catlin Court, donate a new Teddy Bear to the Glendale Fire Dept., make-and-take arts and crafts, sweet treats and deals, 10 am
– 4 pm, http://www.visitglendale.com

SEP 16 2014

One Direction: Where We Are Tour

Glendale – University of Phoenix Stadium

One Direction: Where We Are Tour – University of Phoenix Stadium, 7 pm, http://www.ticketmaster.com or http://livenation.com

SEP 27 2014


2nd Annual West Valley Island Cultural Festival

Glendale – Knights of Columbus

2nd Annual West Valley Island Cultural Festival – Knights of Columbus, celebrates Polynesian culture: music and dance performances, classes for music,
dance and lectures, also dances from all the islands in the world, $10, noon – 7 pm, http://www.wvislandculturalfest.com

PEORIA

SEP 5 2014 – SEP 28 2014

The Angry Housewives

Peoria – Arizona Broadway Theatre

The Angry Housewives – Arizona Broadway Theatre, a laugh-out-loud musical comedy about four angry gals who are fed up with their boyfriends and husbands,
and completely bored with everyday life, looking for something new, they decide to form a rock band and enter an upcoming talent show at their neighborhood
club, a show about newfound self-respect and girl-power, a funny, witty and irresistible show great for both the ladies…and the men who love them, 5:30 pm
and noon, http://azbroadway.org

SEP 5 2014 – SEP 28 2014

I Get a Kick Out of Cole

Peoria – Theater Works

I Get a Kick Out of Cole – Theater Works, one of America’s greatest composers, Mr. Cole Porter set the bar for some of the cleverest, funniest and most
romantic songs ever written that have kept our country humming (and laughing) for generations, experience a splendidly entertaining production of popular
songs and show tunes from the collection of a legendary musician, 623-815-7930 or http://theaterworks.org

SEP 6 2014

Freedom Run

Peoria – Rio Vista Park

Freedom Run – Rio Vista Park, 5k, 10k & Half Marathon, 6 am, http://www.getsetusa.com/arizona/calendar.php or http://freedomrun.splashthat.com

SEP 7 2014


3rd Annual “First Responders” Adult & Youth Sprint Triathlon & Duathlon

Peoria – Sunrise Pool

3rd Annual “First Responders” Adult & Youth Sprint Triathlon & Duathlon – Sunrise Pool, adult mini triathlon, adult maxi and relay triathlon, youth
triathlon, adult maxi duathlon, 5:45 am, http://www.trifamilyracing.com

SEP 12 2014 – SEP 28 2014


YouthWorks Presents The Tales from the Arabian Nights

Peoria – Theater Works

YouthWorks Presents The Tales from the Arabian Nights – Theater Works, a sultan, bewitched by a magic sword, decrees that he will marry a new bride every
evening and chop off her head the next morning, to save her neck, the clever Scheherazade begins telling her husband a tale each night that is never quite
completed by the morning – thus postponing her execution, Scheherazade keeps up the stories for 1001 nights, finally winning her husband from the evil
spell, 623-815-7930 or http://theaterworks.org

SEP 27 2014

Annual Fiesta Peoria

Peoria

Annual Fiesta Peoria – annual multicultural signature event for the City of Peoria, family fun-filled activities, national and local live musical
entertainment, kid’s party zone, great food booth, and a two-day Soccer and HSA Softball tournament, more than 30 soccer and 50 softball teams from around
the region will compete at Pioneer Park, 623-773-7538 or http://www.arvizu.com

 

PHOENIX

 

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014


Picture This! Navajo Pictorial Textiles

Phoenix – Heard Museum

Picture This! Navajo Pictorial Textiles – Heard Museum, the many ways in which the weavers’ creativity and imagination have been woven with technical
mastery will be showcased, many weavers draw on important imagery from the Navajo culture, while others work in a popular folk-art style that infuses
images from the modern world into a distinctively Navajo perspective, http://www.heard.org

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 30 2014


Desert Botanical Garden Flashlight Tours 2014

Phoenix – Desert Botanical Garden

Self-paced stroll along the Garden’s Desert Discovery Trail, experience the plants, animals, sights and sounds of the desert night, bring a flashlight and
wear walking shoes, Thursdays-Saturdays, 7 pm, http://dbg.org

AUG 20 2014 – AUG 31 2014

The Three Little Pigs

Phoenix – Great Arizona Puppet Theater

The Three Little Pigs – Great Arizona Puppet Theatre, the big bad wolf and three little pigs are delightful to watch in this classic story told with large
rod puppets, ages pre-K and up, $7-10, 10 am – 2 pm, 602-262-2050 or http://azpuppets.org/

AUG 30 2014

10th Annual Phoenix Cooks!

Phoenix – The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

10th Annual Phoenix Cooks! – Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, food enthusiasts sample fare from culinary experts in our own backyard, taste, sip and
mingle with more than 50 of the best local chefs and restaurants, more than 30 wine, beer and mixology sampling booths, learn new recipes and techniques in
classroom experiences and stage demonstrations, benefit, $60-90, http://www.phoenixcooks.com

SEP 1 2014 – SEP 3 2014


Picture This! Navajo Pictorial Textiles

Phoenix – Heard Museum

Picture This! Navajo Pictorial Textiles – Heard Museum, the many ways in which the weavers’ creativity and imagination have been woven with technical
mastery will be showcased, many weavers draw on important imagery from the Navajo culture, while others work in a popular folk-art style that infuses
images from the modern world into a distinctively Navajo perspective, http://www.heard.org

SEP 1 2014 – SEP 14 2014

The Three Little Pigs

Phoenix – Great Arizona Puppet Theater

The Three Little Pigs – Great Arizona Puppet Theatre, the big bad wolf and three little pigs are delightful to watch in this classic story told with large
rod puppets, ages pre-K and up, $7-10, 10 am – 2 pm, 602-262-2050 or http://azpuppets.org/

SEP 5 2014


Blake Shelton: Ten Times Crazier Tour 2014

Phoenix – Ak-Chin Pavilion

Blake Shelton: Ten Times Crazier Tour 2014 – Ak-Chin Pavilion, also The Band Perry, Dan + Shay, Neal McCoy, $30-75, 7 pm, http://www.livenation.com

SEP 5 2014 – SEP 6 2014

Puppet Slam

Phoenix – Great Arizona Puppet Theater

Puppet Slam – Great Arizona Puppet Theatre, quirky, edgy, short puppet show by Arizona’s leading puppeteers, we love kids, so please do not bring them to
the Adult Series Puppet Shows, $10-12, 8 pm, 602-262-2050 or http://azpuppets.org

SEP 6 2014 – SEP 7 2014

Experience Italy

Phoenix – Musical Instrument Museum

Experience “la dolce vita” as we celebrate Italian music and culture, get a taste with an Italian-inspired menu at Café Allegro, gallery talks, and
hands-on activities for all ages, listen to performances by notable local talents, such as Arizona Opera singers and the Tetra String Quartet, join us for
a special dedication of our new exhibit, Violin Makers of Cremona, featuring the master instrument makers from the northern Italian city of Cremona, 10 am
– 4 pm, http://mim.org/

SEP 13 2014

2014 Night Golf

Phoenix – Palo Verde Golf Course

2014 Night Golf – Palo Verde, 9-hole course is lined with glow lights and players receive a glow necklace and glow ball, each foursome will receive a flash
light to wave up the next foursome, golfers walk or pull a cart, a tournament format as a four-person scramble and includes prizes and a goodie bag for
each player, $100/foursome, pre-register, 6: pm, 602-249-9930 or http://phoenix.gov/recreation/rec/facilities/golf/index.html

SEP 14 2014

I-Did-A-Run

Phoenix – Reach 11 Recreation Area

I-Did-A-Run – Reach 11 Park, features beautiful, quiet 10K and 5K courses and grab bag t-shirts from previous ARR races, are given to 5K and 10K runners in
the following age groups: 19 and under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 and over, 5:45am,

http://www.arizonaroadracers.com

SEP 17 2014 – SEP 30 2014

Memphis

Phoenix – Phoenix Theatre

Memphis – Phoenix Theatre, 2010 Tony ® Award winner for Best Musical, with a toe-tapping, head-shaking score by Bon Jovi’s founding member David Bryan and
a clever script by Joe DiPietro, filled with laughter, emotion and roof-raising vocals, this captivating piece of modern musical theatre will take you on
an incredible ride complete with the pursuit of big dreams, the defeat of obstacles and the voyage to find what fills your soul, http://phoenixtheatre.com

SEP 17 2014 – SEP 30 2014

Baby Bear Goes to School

Phoenix – Great Arizona Puppet Theater

Baby Bear Goes to School – Great Arizona Puppet Theatre, Baby Bear is excited about his very first day of school in this cute, charming, musical show told
in simple English, great for preschool up to second grade, $7-10, 10 am – 2 pm, 602-262-2050 or http://azpuppets.org

SEP 19 2014 – SEP 20 2014

Opening Night

Phoenix – Symphony Hall

Opening Night – Symphony Hall, Maestro Tito Muñoz debuts as The Phoenix Symphony’s eleventh Music Director, join this program with The Phoenix Symphony,
The Phoenix Symphony Chorus and Phoenix Boys Choir in Carl Orff’s majestic cantata, Carmina burana, featuring the famous “O’Fortuna” movement, also
features Igor Stravinsky’s adventurous Firebird Suite, in welcoming Maestro Tito Muñoz, 7:30 pm, 602-495-1999 or http://phoenixsymphony.org

SEP 19 2014

Little Mix: The Salute Tour

Phoenix – Comerica Theatre

Little Mix: The Salute Tour – Comerica Theatre, with Little Mix, Jackson Guthy, My Crazy Girlfriend, 7:30 pm, http://livenation.com

SEP 19 2014 – SEP 28 2014

Restaurant Week

Phoenix

Restaurant Week – more than 200 Phoenix area and Tucson restaurants offer specialty prix-fixe dinners for $30 and $40 per person, excluding beverages, tax
and gratuity unless noted, http://arizonarestaurantweek.com/

SEP 20 2014


Jason Aldean: 2014 Burn It Down Tour

Phoenix – Ak-Chin Pavilion

Jason Aldean: 2014 Burn It Down Tour – Ak-Chin Pavilion, with Florida Georia Line and Tyler Farr, $40-75, 7:30 pm, http://livenation.com

SEP 23 2014

Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

Phoenix – Celebrity Theatre

Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons – Celebrity Theatre, seating is in the round, $69-129, 7:30 pm, http://celebritytheatre.ticketforce.com

SEP 24 2014


Musical Interlude Series: Desert’s Edge Duo with Clarinetist Robert Spring and Percussionist J.B. Smith

Phoenix – The MIM

Musical Interlude Series: Desert’s Edge Duo with Clarinetist Robert Spring and Percussionist J.B. Smith – Musical Instrument Museum, this duo has performed
world-wide and presents music using percussion instruments of all sizes and types, performance features pieces written especially for the group, as well as
jazz inspired pieces and music with electronics and computer generated sounds, $7 or free with museum admission, 10:30 am,

http://herbergerinstitute.asu.edu/

SEP 26 2014 – SEP 28 2014


21st Annual BIG Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show

Phoenix – Arizona State Fairgrounds

21st Annual BIG Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show – State Fairgrounds, one-stop home improvement shopping, 1000 exhibits, thousands of products and
services for your home improvement needs, displays, free consultations, outdoor kitchen ideas, pool & spa displays, “Ask the Experts” information area,
landscape designers, master gardener seminars, $2-5, Fri 10-7, Sat 10-6, Sun 10-5, http://www.MaricopaCountyHomeShows.com

SEP 26 2014 – SEP 28 2014


Sounds of New Orleans – A Tribute to Louis Armstrong

Phoenix – Symphony Hall

Sounds of New Orleans – A Tribute to Louis Armstrong – Symphony Hall, musical showcase of the “Big Easy” features a loving tribute to Louis Armstrong, from
“St. Louis Blues” and “Sweet Georgia Brown” to “What a Wonderful World” and “When the Saints Come Marching In,” virtuoso trumpeter and singer Byron
Stripling leads a swinging evening filled with the sounds that make the Crescent City famous, 7:30 & 2 pm, 602-495-1999 or http://phoenixsymphony.org

SEP 27 2014

The Sound of Speed

Phoenix – Symphony Hall

The Sound of Speed – Symphony Hall, musical showcase of the “Big Easy” celebrate the 50th anniversary of Phoenix International Raceway with a street fair
and concert performance based on cars and racing, join PIR and the Symphony and toast NASCAR personalities, enjoy food creations from popular local food
trucks and hear The Phoenix Symphony pump up the volume with The Sound of Speed, 7:30 & 2 pm, 602-495-1999 or http://phoenixsymphony.org

SEP 27 2014


9th Annual Moon Valley Grasshopper Bridge 5K

Phoenix – Moon Valley Park

9th Annual Moon Valley Grasshopper Bridge 5K – Moon Valley Park, 5K run, 5K walk, 1K fun run, 7 am, 480-448-9364 or
http://www.getsetusa.com/arizona/calendar.php or http://www.arizonaroadracers.com

SEP 27 2014 – SEP 30 2014


Mariposa Monarca-Monarch Butterfly Exhibit

Phoenix – Desert Botanical Garden

Mariposa Monarca-Monarch Butterfly Exhibit – Desert Botanical Garden, features hundreds of live monarch butterflies in a beautiful and lush habitat, guests
can view these delicate creatures in the Marshall Butterfly Pavilion, a 2,400-square-foot walk-through butterfly pavilion where visitors learn about the
magical metamorphosis of the monarch life cycle, 480-941-1225 or http://www.dbg.org

SEP 27 2014

17th Annual Ballet Under the Stars

Phoenix – Steele Indian School Park

17th Annual Ballet Under the Stars – Steele Indian School Park, sunset performance series by Ballet Arizona in an outdoor setting, free, 7 pm, 602-381-0184
or http://balletaz.org

SEP 27 2014


Sun Country Iris Society Fall 2014 Rhizome Sale

Phoenix – Christown Spectrum Mall

Sun Country Iris Society Fall 2014 Rhizome Sale – Christown Spectrum Mall, 10 am – 2 pm, 480-949-0253 or http://www.suncountryiris.org

 

SCOTTSDALE

SEP 5 2014 – SEP 30 2014

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Desert Stages

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre, an Actor’s Café Production, in this powerfully gritty drama, Randle McMurphy is
convicted of statutory rape and chooses to serve time in a mental hospital rather than state prison, he soon becomes the bane of Head Nurse Ratched’s
existence, injected with moments of raw humor this play will leave audiences astonished by its climax, $22-25, 7:30 & 2 pm, 480-483-1664 or

http://desertstages.org/

SEP 6 2014


Afro:Baile Presents: 5th Annual – Brazilian Day Arizona

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

Afro:Baile Presents: 5th Annual – Brazilian Day Arizona Festival – Scottsdale Center of the Performing Arts, “a celebration of Brazil’s Independence day,”
experience a variety of Brazilian cultural including Brazilian bands, dancers, martial arts, activities and food, $5-10, http://www.BrazilianDayArizona.com

SEP 13 2014

Blue Ribbon Horse Show

Scottsdale

Blue Ribbon Horse Show – Horse Lovers Park, Halter, English and Western Pleasure, Trail, and more, all ages, and skill levels, welcome, free to the public,
8 am – 5 pm, http://www.blueribbonhorseshows.com

SEP 13 2014 – SEP 14 2014


American Saddlebred Association of Arizona Southwest Classic Horse Show

Scottsdale – WestWorld of Scottsdale

American Saddlebred Association of Arizona Southwest Classic Horse Show – WestWorld of Scottsdale, this high-stepping breed, along with Friesians, Morgans,
and Tennessee Walking Horses, competes in pleasure classes, trail, saddle seat equitation, and more, free to the public, 8 am – 6 pm,
http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/westworld/events.asp or http://www.americansaddlebredassociationofarizona.com

SEP 21 2014

Race Fore Cancer

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Silverado Golf Course

Race Fore Cancer– Scottsdale Silverado Golf Course, all participants will receive a custom race tech shirt and a custom race finisher’s medal, starting and
ending at the Club House, with two distances – The Front 9 (a 4.25K course perfect walking or a short run) and the Full 18 (a 8.2K course), benefits St.
Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center and Barrow’s Neurological Foundation, 7:30 am, 480-338-7041 or http://www.getsetusa.com/arizona/calendar.php

SEP 21 2014

Hunt Cup September Horse Show

Scottsdale – WestWorld of Scottsdale

Hunt Cup September Horse Show – WestWorld, beginning riders, children and adult amateurs are schooled on riding Hunter Jumper horses, cost to participants,
free to public, 8 am – 6 pm, 602-992-2706 or http://www.cepshows.com or http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/westworld/events.asp

SEP 27 2014


Inaugural Scottsdale Spice Culinary Event

Scottsdale – Venue of Scottsdale

Area chefs participate in a spicy competition, more than 20 restaurants spice things up while showcasing a wide variety of culinary delights in three heat
levels: mild, medium and hot, patrons = sip, sample, and vote for their favorites in each category including Booth Décor, Spiciest Dish, Best Dessert, Most
Authentically Arizonan and more, $50, http://www.scottsdalespice.org

SEP 27 2014


TroonFIT Running on the Links Series 1 –

Scottsdale – Troon North Golf Club

TroonFIT Running on the Links Series 1 – Troon North Golf Club, why should only golfers enjoy some of the most beautiful grounds Arizona offers?, take to
the cart paths, features a front 9 distance(approximately 4.2K) perfect for walking or a short run and a full 18 distance (approximately 8K) for those
looking to stretch their legs, enter a drawing for a trip to Hawaii, 7:30 am, http://www.startlineracing.com

SEP 28 2014


8th Annual JCC Scottsdale Fall Festival Adult & Youth & Relay Spring Triathlon & Duathlon

Scottsdale – Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center

8th Annual JCC Scottsdale Fall Festival Adult & Youth & Relay Spring Triathlon & Duathlon – Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center Pool,
adults: 250 yd. swim, 9.5 mi bike, 2 mi run; MAXI TRI: 500 yd. swim, 12.6 mi bike, 2 mi run; youth: 100 yd. swim, 3.1 mi bike; 1/2 mi run MINI DU: adults:
1/2 mi. run, 9.5 mi. bike, 2 mi. run, awards are five deep in all age & team categories, 6:30 am, http://www.trifamilyracing.com

SEP 30 2014

ASU Science Fiction TV Dinner

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

ASU Science Fiction TV Dinner – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, purchase dinner from local food trucks, then a screening of the House, M.D.,
where misanthropic genius diagnostician Gregory House and his team tackle the case of a young boy who believes he has been abducted and tortured by aliens,
then Center for Science and the Imagination Director Ed Finn moderates a conversation featuring Dr. Catherine Seiler, scientific liaison at ASU’s Biodesign
Institute, and a second medical research expert, free, 6 pm, http://www.ScottsdalePerformingArts.org

“OUT OF TOWN” EVENTS

FLAGSTAFF

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Arizona Snowbowl’s Scenic Skyride

Flagstaff – Arizona Snowbowl

The easiest way to see northern Arizona is by taking the skyride, ranger talks at the top, Fri-Sun., $10-15, 10 am – 4 pm, 928-779-1951 or

http://www.arizonasnowbowl.com

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Memento Mori

Flagstaff – Coconino Center for the Arts

An exhibition by Tina Mion of Winslow, Memento Mori (Latin for “remember that you will die”) is meant to remind viewers to make the most of their brief
lives, the subjects of Mion’s Memento Mori include the lives of humans, of animals and of life on our planet, free, 928-779-2300 or

http://www.flagartscouncil.org

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Flagstaff Outdoor Indian Market

Flagstaff

Flagstaff Outdoor Indian Market – near Beaver Street Brewery, featuring some of the finest Native American artists in the southwest, various performers
will make appearance on weekends, 9 am – 6 pm, 928-814-5064 or flagindianmarket@gmail.com

AUG 29 2014 – SEP 1 2014


65th Annual Coconino County Fair – Grand and Alive and 65!

Flagstaff – Ft. Tuthill County Fairgrounds

65th Annual Coconino County Fair – Grand and Alive and 65! – Ft. Tuthill County Fairgrounds, featuring traditional fair exhibits, cultural presentations,
local entertainment and national headliners, demolition derby, 4-H livestock auction, magicians, clowns, petting zoo, musical performances, carnival rides,
exhibits, $4-7, $20/family pass, $3 parking, Fri-Sat 10 am – 10 pm, Mon 10 am – 4 pm, 928-679-8000 or http://www.coconino.az.gov

AUG 29 2014


Findlay Toyota Tribute Band Series presents Strait Country

Flagstaff – Ft. Tuthill

FLAGSTAFF: Findlay Toyota Tribute Band Series presents Strait Country – Ft. Tuthill, this first ever series includes this tribute to none other than George
Strait, Kevin Sterner & Strait Country is critically acclaimed and features musicians on the pedal steel guitar and fiddle, two instruments key to the
signature sound of George Strait’s 30-year career, $15, gates at 6 pm, http://www.PepsiAmp.com

AUG 30 2014

Wildflower Walks

Flagstaff – The Arboretum at Flagstaff

Wildflower Walks – The Arboretum at Flagstaff, a special wildflower walk that will focus on the native species in bloom at this time of year, sign-up upon
arrival, walks are limited to 20 participants, 9:30-11:30 am, 928-774-1442 or http://www.thearb.org

AUG 30 2014 – SEP 1 2014


22nd Annual Flagstaff Art in the Park

Flagstaff – Wheeler Park

22nd Annual Flagstaff Art in the Park – Wheeler Park, arts & crafts festival, featuring juried one-of-a-kind arts and fine crafts designed and shown by
the exhibitor, also non-stop music by local and regional musicians, children’s activities, food, free, Sat & Sun 9 am – 6 pm, Mon 9 am – 4 pm,
928-556-9498 or http://www.flagstaffartinthepark.com/

AUG 30 2014

Movies on the Square: E.T.

Flagstaff – Heritage Square

Movies on the Square: E.T. – Heritage Square, enjoy Flagstaff summer weather, each event begins with entertainment from the community, music, and then the
movies start at dusk, this week features Rewired, free, Saturdays, 5-10 pm, http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

AUG 31 2014


The Percival Lowell Summer Sunday Music Series

Flagstaff – Lowell Observatory

The Percival Lowell Summer Sunday Music Series – Lowell Observatory, featuring Elden Brass Quintet, free, 5-6 pm rain or shine,

http://flagstaffsymphony.org/

SEP 1 2014

Arizona Snowbowl’s Scenic Skyride

Flagstaff – Arizona Snowbowl

The easiest way to see northern Arizona is by taking the skyride, ranger talks at the top, Fri-Sun., $10-15, 10 am – 4 pm, 928-779-1951 or

http://www.arizonasnowbowl.com

SEP 1 2014 – SEP 6 2014

Memento Mori

Flagstaff – Coconino Center for the Arts

An exhibition by Tina Mion of Winslow, Memento Mori (Latin for “remember that you will die”) is meant to remind viewers to make the most of their brief
lives, the subjects of Mion’s Memento Mori include the lives of humans, of animals and of life on our planet, free, 928-779-2300 or

http://www.flagartscouncil.org

SEP 1 2014 – SEP 6 2014

Flagstaff Outdoor Indian Market

Flagstaff

Flagstaff Outdoor Indian Market – near Beaver Street Brewery, featuring some of the finest Native American artists in the southwest, various performers
will make appearance on weekends, 9 am – 6 pm, 928-814-5064 or flagindianmarket@gmail.com

SEP 5 2014 – SEP 7 2014

10th Annual Route 66 Days

Flagstaff – Downtown

10th Annual Route 66 Days – Downtown, presented by the Route 66 Car Club, 450 classics, customs and hot rods, dash plaques, goodie bags, door prizes,
50/50, limited to 400 vehicles, arts & crafts and food vendors, Sat 8 am – 5 pm, Sun 8 am – 3 pm, 928-451-1204 or http://www.route66carclub.com

SEP 6 2014

September Evening Concert

Flagstaff – The Arboretum at Flagstaff

September Evening Concert – The Arboretum at Flagstaff, in the gardens under the shade of the cool pines, bring a picnic dinner, beer and wine for sale,
this month features Traveler, an innovative fusion of World Music and Rock, $13-16, 5:30-7 pm, 928-774-1442 or http://www.thearb.org

SEP 6 2014


Movies on the Square: The Adventures of Zambezia

Flagstaff – Heritage Square

Movies on the Square: The Adventures of Zambezia – Heritage Square, enjoy Flagstaff summer weather, each event begins with entertainment from the
community, music, and then the movies start at dusk, this week features Al Rakasaat Turkish, free, Saturdays, 5-10 pm,

http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

SEP 6 2014


Movies on the Square: The Adventures of Zambezia

Flagstaff

Movies on the Square: The Adventures of Zambezia – Heritage Square, enjoy Flagstaff summer weather, each event begins with entertainment from the
community, music, and then the movies start at dusk, this week features Al Rakasaat Turkish, free, Saturdays, 5-10 pm,

http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

SEP 6 2014

3rd Annual Kaleidoscope Kamp Out

Flagstaff – Pepsi Amphitheater

3rd Annual Kaleidoscope Kamp Out – Pepsi Amphitheater, featuring Rusko and many others, an eclectic lineup of unique musicians and artists, 1 pm – 12 am,
$25-45 http://www.PepsiAmp.com

SEP 6 2014

BarnBurner 104

Flagstaff – C&C Ranch

BarnBurner 104 – C&C Ranch, endurance mountain bike racing at its Western best, 26-mile (1 loop), 52-mile (2 loops) and 104-mile (4 loops) distance
options on Forest Service roads, not technically challenging, considered a “roadie” course, or beginner friendly(ish) and fast for those with more
experience, a few sketchy spots to keep you honest and climbs to make your lungs hurt a bit, 6 am, http://www.getsetusa.com/arizona/calendar.php or

http://www.barnburnermtb.com

SEP 12 2014 – SEP 14 2014


9th Annual Pickin’ in the Pines Bluegrass and Acoustic Music Festival

Flagstaff – Pepsi Amphitheater

9th Annual Pickin’ in the Pines Bluegrass and Acoustic Music Festival – Pepsi Amphitheater, a band contest with more than $2000 in prizes, Saturday night
barn dance, kids activities, jamming, and on-site camping, Fri noon – 8 pm, Sat. 10 am – 7 pm, Sun 10 am – 5 pm, 928-525-1695 or

http://www.pickininthepines.org

SEP 14 2014


“Wine in the Woods: Wine & Food Festival

Flagstaff – The Arboretum at Flagstaff

“Wine in the Woods: Wine & Food Festival – The Arboretum at Flagstaff, showcases AZ wineries and local eateries among the glorious gardens at The
Arboretum, and also features Arizona favorite, Pick & Holler string band, $25-35, 1-5 pm, http://www.thearb.org/events_wine-in-the-woods.php

SEP 19 2014 – SEP 28 2014


Flagstaff Festival of Science – A Grand Adventure

Flagstaff

A 10-day family event featuring more than 80 free events including open houses at museums and research centers, guided hikes in the forest and at
archaeological sites, star parties with astronomers at observatories, interactive science exhibits, presentations and demonstrations, explore the Grand
Canyon including what scientists are still learning about its age and what ancient rocks are revealing about climate changes, step back in time to imagine
the world of the prehistoric Sinagua who once inhabited Northern Arizona, free, http://www.scifest.org

SEP 19 2014

Sean Hayes with special guests

Flagstaff – Coconino Center for the Arts

Piano, guitar, drums, bass, horns and back-up singing surround Sean Hayes’ warm, vibrato laden voice; Eric and Erica with two voices, autoharp, keyboard,
and sampler, their songs are pop music with the unusual shimmer of autoharp; soulful, reverb-drenched electric piano; and beats that are as strong and
simple as they are surprising, $20-22, doors open at 6:30 pm, 928-779-2300 or http://flagartscouncil.org

SEP 20 2014


9th Annual Flagstaff Marathon – The “Coolest Marathon” in Arizona

Flagstaff – Flagstaff Nordic Center

9th Annual Flagstaff Marathon – The “Coolest Marathon” in Arizona – Flagstaff Nordic Center, 10K, half and full-marathon trail runs to benefit North
Country Community Health Center, scenic, one of the most scenic and difficult marathons in the Southwest, 100% off-road with varying (single-track,
cross-country, dirt roads) terrain. Elevation gains are only 2200 feet for the full marathon, 1100 feet for the half-marathon, and 450 feet for the 10Km
loop, $40-80, 8 am, 928-600-0385 or http://www.FlagstaffNordicCenter.com or http://flagstaffmarathon.com

SEP 20 2014

H.A.H.A. Gymkhana

Flagstaff – Ft. Tuthill Posse Arena

H.A.H.A. Gymkhana – Ft. Tuthill Posse Arena, sign-ups begin at 7:30 am, includes barrels and poles and this week, Thread the Needle, 8 am – 5 pm,

http://www.flagnaha.com

SEP 20 2014

Furry 3rd Annual Bear Jaw Groove

Flagstaff – Fort Tuthill

Furry 3rd Annual Bear Jaw Groove – Fort Tuthill, 12-hour mountain bike race, solo, duo, 4-person and corporate classes, kids races, 14 miles of mostly
single track with 600 ft. of climbing per lap, http://bearjawgroove.com/

SEP 21 2014

Festival of Science Open House

Flagstaff – Lowell Observatory

Festival of Science Open House – Lowell Observatory, evening of indoor programming and stargazing through a number of telescopes, free, 5-9:30 pm,

http://www.lowell.edu

SEP 26 2014

Symphonic Synthesis

Flagstaff – Ardrey Auditorium

Symphonic Synthesis – Ardrey Memorial Auditorium, Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra featuring J.S. Bach/Anton Webern: Ricercar a 6, from Musical Offering, Cindy
McTee: Einstein’s Dream; Camile Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals; Robert Schumann: Symphony #3 (Rhenish) with Elizabeth Schulze, artistic director and
conductor, 6:30 pm conversation with the Conductor and guest soloists, 7:30 pm concert, http://flagstaffsymphony.org

SEP 26 2014

Soul Rebels

Flagstaff – Flagstaff’s Green Room

Soul Rebels – Flagstaff’s Green Room, presented by Greenhouse Productions, Lumar LeBlanc and Derrick Moss, originally both New Orleans natives, steeped in
the fundamentals of New Orleans jazz, but inevitably, contemporary styles of music have begun to seep into their psyches, $15-18, 9 pm,

http://www.greenhouseproductions.net

SEP 27 2014

Festival of Science Open House

Flagstaff – The Arboretum at Flagstaff

Festival of Science Open House – The Flagstaff Arboretum, a celebration of science and nature in the gardens especially for families, scientist lab
demonstrations, and children can participate in a scavenger hunt and hands-on activities, free, 9 am – 1 pm, 928-233-3210 or

http://www.thearb.org/events_open-house.php

SEP 27 2014 – SEP 28 2014


5th Annual Hopi Festival at Heritage Square

Flagstaff – Heritage Square

5th Annual Hopi Festival at Heritage Square – Heritage Square, this celebration of Hopi and other native cultures will include social dances, music and
traditional and contemporary art, Hopi artisans include potters, carvers, weavers and painters with notable names, notable Navajo artists include painters,
jewelers and a sculptor, the Hopi Paqavi Dance Group is scheduled to perform, traditional foods, 9 am – 5 pm, http://www.htedc.com or

http://www.flagstaff365.com/

LAKE HAVASU

AUG 30 2014 – AUG 31 2014

7th Annual Lake Havasu Tattoo Show

Lake Havasu City – City Aquatic Center

Local, national, and television tattoo artists compete and showcase the very best in skin-art and body-modification, live music and entertainment, full
bar, food, $10/day, 12 and under are free, 11 am – 10 pm, 928-232-0145 or http://www.havasutattooshow.com or

http://www.golakehavasu.com/events/details/1411/7th-annual-lake-havasu-tattoo-show/

SEP 13 2014

NPC Havasu Physique Classic

Lake Havasu City – Nautical Beachfront Resort

NPC Havasu Physique Classic – Nautical Beachfront Resort Convention Center, a first-time body-building event in Lake Havasu City, features classes for
figure, bikini and body building, tees are also welcome, male, female, adult, junior, novices and pros compete at this NPC-sanctioned event,

http://Havasuphysiqueclassic.com

SEP 19 2014 – SEP 21 2014

42nd Annual Campbell Boats Regatta

Lake Havasu City – North end of Channel

42nd Annual Campbell Boats Regatta – North end of Channel, theme is “Campbell Zombies”, dress like the undead and spare no gore, parade through the channel
on the way to Park Moabi, 714-779-9115 or http://www.campbellboatowners.org

SEP 20 2014

2nd Annual Color Your Sole 5K

Lake Havasu City – London Bridge Resort

2nd Annual Color Your Sole 5K – London Bridge Beach, 5K run for all ages and fitness levels, participants will be doused in color from head to toe as they
run, walk, or jog through an amazing course, no age restrictions, $40 adults; kids 6-17 (w/student ID) $25; kids 5 & under $5 with paying adult, 7 am,
928-855-4115 or http://www.havasuchamber.com or http://www.golakehavasu.com/events/details/1145/2nd-annual-color-your-sole-5k/

PAYSON

 


60th Annual Northern Gila County Fair

Payson – Payson Event Center

60th Annual Northern Gila County Fair – Payson Event Center, old-fashioned country fair, open horse show, livestock, small animals, handicrafts, lapidary,
fine arts, photography and other exhibits, 928-474-5242 or http://www.paysonrimcountry.com

SEP 26 2014 – SEP 28 2014


44th Annual Vertielee Floyd Memorial Old Time Fiddlers Contest Arizona State Championship

Payson – Payson Event Center

44th Annual Vertielee Floyd Memorial Old Time Fiddlers Contest Arizona State Championship – Payson Event Center, best fiddling in AZ by contestants aged
6-86, food, country & bluegrass music, Irish step-dancers, children’s music workshop, crafts, fiddle makers, leather workers, $5, 9 am, 928-474-5242
x7or http://www.arizonaoldtimefiddlers.org or http://www.paysonrimcountry.com

 

PRESCOTT

 

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Downtown Summer Concert Series

Prescott – Prescott Courthouse Plaza

Enjoy free, live entertainment every Tuesday through Friday (and some Saturdays), jazz every Tuesday, movies and dance on alternating Wednesdays, Prescott
Karaoke Idol every Thursday, and various bands on Fridays and Saturdays, no phone

AUG 1 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Hold Your Horses

Prescott – Phippen Museum

Hold Your Horses – Phippen Museum, in tribute to that powerful, loyal and hardworking companion of all mankind, and in the same tradition as classic
Western artists of the past, join this very special invitational exhibition and sale featuring artwork focused entirely on the Horse, $5-7,

http://www.phippenartmuseum.org

AUG 2 2014 – AUG 30 2014

Prescott Farmers Market

Prescott – Yavapai College

Prescott Farmers Market – Yavapai College, 80 vendors, produce, crafts, bakery items, information, Saturdays, 7:30 am – noon,

http://prescottfarmersmarket.org

AUG 30 2014 – SEP 1 2014

29th Annual Faire on the Square

Prescott – Courthouse Plaza

29th Annual Faire on the Square – Courthouse Plaza, 100+ talented artists, also food and entertainment, Sat-Sun 9 am – 5 pm, Mon 9 am – 3 pm, 928-445-2000
or http://www.visit-prescott.com or http://www.prescott.org

AUG 30 2014


Neil Diamond Tribute Show by Eddie Diamond

Prescott – Elks Theatre

Neil Diamond Tribute Show by Eddie Diamond – Elks Theatre, Eddie Diamonds’ uncanny vocal impersonation of the rock superstar Neil Diamond has taken his
tribute act to theaters across the country, 7pm, http://www.prescottelkstheater.com/

SEP 1 2014 – SEP 5 2014

Downtown Summer Concert Series

Prescott – Prescott Courthouse Plaza

Enjoy free, live entertainment every Tuesday through Friday (and some Saturdays), jazz every Tuesday, movies and dance on alternating Wednesdays, Prescott
Karaoke Idol every Thursday, and various bands on Fridays and Saturdays, no phone

SEP 1 2014 – SEP 30 2014

Hold Your Horses

Prescott – Phippen Museum

Hold Your Horses – Phippen Museum, in tribute to that powerful, loyal and hardworking companion of all mankind, and in the same tradition as classic
Western artists of the past, join this very special invitational exhibition and sale featuring artwork focused entirely on the Horse, $5-7,

http://www.phippenartmuseum.org

SEP 5 2014 – SEP 7 2014

Becoming an Outdoors Woman

Prescott – Camp Friendly Pines

Becoming an Outdoors Woman – Camp Friendly Pines, offers adventure and life skills, for women age 18 and older to learn to camp, fish, rappel, hike, cook
with Dutch ovens, photograph wildlife & a range of outdoor recreation skills, “hawk talks” and nature hikes, $270, includes meals, lodging and classes,
480-644-0077 or http://www.azwildlife.org

SEP 6 2014 – SEP 27 2014

Prescott Farmers Market

Prescott – Yavapai College

Prescott Farmers Market – Yavapai College, 80 vendors, produce, crafts, bakery items, information, Saturdays, 7:30 am – noon,

http://prescottfarmersmarket.org

SEP 6 2014

Mile High Comedy Theater

Prescott – Elks Theatre

Mile High Comedy Theater – Elks Theatre, Mile High Comedy Theater presents an evening of comedic entertainment in Prescott never before combined in one
show, a cross between the improvisational comedy show, “Whose Line is it Anyway?” mixed with the sketch comedy of “Saturday Night Live” and rounded out
with professional stand-up comics, , 7pm, http://www.prescottelkstheater.com

SEP 9 2014

Zoo By Moonlight

Prescott – Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary

Zoo By Moonlight – Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, bring a flashlight and see the nocturnal animals, 6-9 pm, http://www.heritageparkzoo.org

SEP 11 2014

Prescott Jazz Summit

Prescott – Highlands Center for Natural History

Prescott Jazz Summit – Howlin’ at the Highlands – Highlands Center for Natural History, with guest vocalists Scott Whitfield and Ginger Berglund, $20,
3-5:30 pm, http://www.prescottjazz.com or http://www.highlandscenter.org

SEP 12 2014

Evening Moonlit Walks

Prescott – Highlands Center for Natural History

Evening Moonlit Walks – Highlands Center for Natural History, join Naturalists to experience the wonder of nature at night, dress for the weather, wear
comfortable walking shoes, bring your own water, and a flashlight, 7:30 pm, http://highlandscenter.org/

SEP 14 2014

17th Annual Empty Bowls

Prescott – Courthouse Plaza

17th Annual Empty Bowls – Courthouse Plaza, select a ceramic or wood bowl from more than 800 created by local artisans, and fill with two helpings of
gourmet soup made by fourteen of our quad-city chefs and restaurants for $15, benefits local food banks, 11 am – 2 pm, http://www.cityofprescott.net

SEP 19 2014 – SEP 21 2014

12th Annual Arizona Equifest

Prescott – Prescott Rodeo Grounds

12th Annual Arizona Equifest – Prescott Rodeo Grounds, Northern Arizona’s premier horse event, features the largest tack swap in northern Arizona and more
than 50 vendors showing and/or selling farm animal-related products, entertainment, food, http://www.olsensgrain.com/Equifest/Equifest.html

SEP 19 2014 – SEP 21 2014

8th Annual Prescott Pow Wow

Prescott – Watson Lake Park

8th Annual Prescott Pow Wow – Watson Lake Park, an intertribal, social Pow Wow, native song and dance, food, audience participation encouraged through
“Round Dances,” free, http://www.visit-prescott.com or http://prescottpowwow.wordpress.com or http://www.prescottpowwow.org

SEP 19 2014 – SEP 20 2014

6th Annual AZ Draft Horse Show

Prescott – Prescott Rodeo Grounds

6th Annual AZ Draft Horse Show – Prescott Rodeo Grounds, AZ Draft horse and mule associations yearly show featuring Riding, Driving and Halter classes, all
draft breeds will be represented including Clydesdales, Shires, Percherons and Belgians, free, 8 am http://www.adhma.com/index.htm

SEP 20 2014

17th Annual Navajo Rug Auction

Prescott – Smoki Museum

17th Annual Navajo Rug Auction – Smoki Museum, preview 10 am – 12:30 pm, auction starts promptly at 1 pm, 300 historic and contemporary Navajo weavings
will be up for auction at the best prices in the Southwest, http://smokimuseum.org

SEP 20 2014

Meals On Wheels Golf Tournament

Prescott

Prescott Meals On Wheels Golf Tournament – 928-443-5069 or http://www.prescottmealsonwheels

SEP 20 2014

10th Annual Fall Gathering

Prescott – Phippen Museum

10th Annual Fall Gathering – Phippen Museum, a celebration of ranch life and a reenactment of the grand opening of the Phippen Museum in 1984, includes
live cowboy music an authentic western Barbeque and other activities, $25, 5:30 pm, 928-778-1385 or http://www.phippenartmuseum.org

SEP 20 2014

The Sedaka Legacy

Prescott – Elks Theatre

The Sedaka Legacy – Elks Theatre, The Piano Man, Terry Davies, performs the music of one of America’s finest songwriters, Neil Sedaka, 7pm,

http://www.prescottelkstheater.com

SEP 21 2014

Antiques on the Square

Prescott – Courthouse Plaza

Antiques on the Square – Courthouse Plaza, 50+ dealers of antiques and collectibles, includes glass, pottery, furniture, art, jewelry, primitives and
unique surprises, sponsored by the Thumb Butte Questers, free, 8 am – 4 pm, 928-445-5137 or http://www.prescott.org

SEP 21 2014

Skull Valley Loop Challenge

Prescott

Skull Valley Loop Challenge – begins in historic downtown Prescott, the climb begins up Iron Springs Rd and coasts into Skull Valley and on to Kirkland,
and back into Prescott, includes two aid stations, support riders with water and Gatorade, roving mechanic support throughout the ride, goodie bag, T-shirt
and prizes, $35-45, 7:30 am, http://www.prescottbikeped.org/prescottcycling/loopchallenge/index.html

SEP 26 2014

4th Friday Art Walk

Prescott

4th Friday Art Walk – 15 galleries stay open late and offer food, musical entertainment, artist receptions and painting demonstrations,

http://www.artthe4th.com

SEP 27 2014


8th Annual Historic Prescott All Corvette Car Show

Prescott – Prescott Courthouse Plaza

8th Annual Historic Prescott All Corvette Car Show – Prescott Courthouse Plaza, Best of Show Stock & Custom plus 3 each trophies for Stock & Custom
for the 6 generations of the Chevrolet Corvette together with an additional set of trophies for the Wide Body 6th generation cars will be awarded, proceeds
will go to the Fireman’s Charities, hosted by the Prescott Vette Sette limited to 250 cars, vendors, raffles and music, 10 am – 2 pm,

http://www.prescottvettesette.org

SEP 27 2014

Annual Gilmore Adventure Race

Prescott – Watson Lake Park

Annual Gilmore Adventure Race – Watson Lake Park, with 2 course lengths, a 12-15 mile beginner friendly short course and a long course covering 24-30 miles
that will challenge teams of any ability, open to adult teams of 2 & 3/4 persons in divisions of co-ed, male, female and masters and a venturing aged
teens (14-20), most teams take 4-7 hours to complete, includes orienteering, trekking, mountain biking, a mystery events, $37-75,

http://www.gilmoreadventurerace.com/

SEP 27 2014


10th Annual Groom Creek Classic Run

Prescott – Groom Creek Fire St. 41

10th Annual Groom Creek Classic Run – Groom Creek Fire St. 41, 5K & 2-mile courses on smooth pavement, rolling hills, 10K and 1/2 marathon begin and
end on pavement, through the forest on smooth, wide dirt road, from 6,175 feet elevation to 6,350 at the 5K turnaround, tops out at 6,450 feet at the 10K
turnaround, goody bags, finisher medal for all ½ marathon runners, raffle prizes, food, aid stations, medals for top 3 finishers in each age group,

http://www.gcffa.org/groom-creek-classic/

 

PRESCOTT VALLEY

 

SEP 25 2014 – SEP 28 2014

40th Annual Yavapai County Fair

Prescott Valley – Tim’s Toyota Center

40th Annual Yavapai County Fair – Tim’s Toyota Center, exhibits, carnival, pig racing, entertainment, food, $3-6, http://www.yavapaifair.com/

 

SEDONA

AUG 28 2014 – AUG 31 2014

Red Rocks Music Festival

Sedona

Red Rocks Music Festival – to be held in various venues in Sedona and Phoenix area, classical music by world acclaimed artists, $28, 602-787-1577 or

http://www.RedRocksMusicFestival.com

AUG 29 2014

50’s & 60’s Graffiti Gold Show

Sedona – Sound Bites

50’s & 60’s Graffiti Gold Show – Sound Bites, 90-minute trip back to those special days of Rock ‘n’ Roll, music and memories with Tom Tayback and the
Daddy O’s, $20, 7:30 pm, 800-838-3006 or http://GraffitiGoldShow.com

SEP 12 2014 – SEP 14 2014

Oak Creek Arts & Crafts Shows

Sedona – Village of Oak Creek

Oak Creek Arts & Crafts Shows – Village of Oak Creek, located on scenic Hwy 179, the Gateway to Sedona, take home your own personal piece of the
Southwest, free, 9 am – 6 pm, 760-985-7773 or http://www.oakcreekartsandcraftsshows.com

SEP 13 2014

42nd Annual Fiesta Del Tlaquepaque

Sedona

42nd Annual Fiesta Del Tlaquepaque – Mexican style celebration; headlining the Fiesta is mosaico flamenco, one of the most innovative & inspiring new
acoustic flamenco groups in the USA, piñatas, strolling mariachi bands, folklorico dance groups, Flamenco/classical guitarists, artists, food, free, 10 am
- 5 pm, 928-282-4838 or http://www.tlaq.com

SEP 13 2014 – SEP 14 2014

Art & Craft Show

Sedona – Bell Rock Plaza Sedona

Art & Craft Show – Bell Rock Plaza, between 35-55 artists with paintings, leather, jewelry, wood, metal, fountains, carvings and many Native American
artists too, 928-284-9627 or http://www.bellrockartshows.com

SEP 14 2014

Sedona Psychic Fair

Sedona – Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa

Sedona Psychic Fair – Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa, the best psychics, healers, and metaphysicians in the state of Arizona, plus visiting California
celebrity psychics, in one room together for one day. each psychic sets their own rate for 15 to 30 minute readings/healing sessions, free lectures every
hour. free CD to all attendees, $5, 9 am – 5 pm, 520-399-1969 or http://www.sedonapsychicfair.com

SEP 20 2014

Celtic Harvest Festival Sedona

Sedona – Verde Valley High School

Celtic Harvest Festival Sedona – Verde Valley School, music, dance, master pipers, storytelling, Fairy Village for families, falcons, sheepdog herding
demos, vendors, food, drink and more, $5-15, 9:30 am – 5 pm, http://www.celticharvestfestival.com

SEP 26 2014

50’s & 60’s Graffiti Gold Show

Sedona – Sound Bites

50’s & 60’s Graffiti Gold Show – Sound Bites, 90-minute trip back to those special days of Rock ‘n’ Roll, music and memories with Tom Tayback and the
Daddy O’s, $20, 7:30 pm, 800-838-3006 or http://GraffitiGoldShow.com

SEP 27 2014 – SEP 28 2014

Sedona WineFest 2014

Sedona – Sedona Airport

Sedona WineFest 2014 – Sedona Airport, his two-day wine festival celebrates the wine growing industry of Arizona and will feature great wines from the
Verde Valley, Prescott & the Southern Arizona Regions, enjoy Sedona cuisine, live music, vendors, an exclusive Premium wine area, enjoy the
breathtaking panoramic views of the majestic red rocks, 11 am – 5 pm, 928-284-8657 or http://www.sedonawinefest.com

 


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