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Since 1994 this festival has been growing into what is now a multi-day festival offering feature films, documentaries and foreign films, among others. There is an associated workshop with the fest as well. Harkins Theatres serves as the main venue for the SIFF.
Since 2001 this annual festival celebrating pecans has been held in Camp Verde, Arizona, just 30 minutes south of Sedona. Complementing the tastiest of nuts are local wines, artwork and antiques.
Hosted by Sedona Arts Center, the annual PhotoFest brings skilled Master Photographers to the area. You can attend workshops and talks on various topics; there is also a juried photography contest, the Red Rock Open Competition.
Cowboys, a parade, a BBQ competition, live roping and gunslinging performances, craft demonstrations and great live music combine together to make this annual event a whole lotta fun! The event's activities are great for families.
Tlaquepaque Arts and Craft Village is the primary site utilized for this annual festival celebrating Native American Culture through an invitational art show, hikes, films and more.
Head to the Sedona Airport for this community wine tasting event held annually; enjoy sipping wine, noshing on tasty foods, perusing cool artworks and listening to live music.
This long-standing festival in Sedona celebrates Mexican Independence Day with mariachis, Flamenco dancers and fabulous tastes of Mexico. Beautiful Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village provides the setting and the crowds provide the excitement! This is a family-friendly affair.
For three decades, jazz afficianados have gathered to listen to their favorite musical genre in this gorgeous Southwest town. Sedona Golf Resort is the site for this well-attended festival.
Since 1989, the Sedona Arts Festival has displayed the works from artists across the country. Approximately 150 artists showcase ceramics, drawings, glasswork, sculpture, woodworking and other mediums; Sedona Red Rock High School is the venue. There is an interactive KidZone to keep your children occupied while you shop! Proceeds support local arts education.
This annual festival is held in Sedona, Arizona, where over thirty award-winning artists from across the country join to paint en plein air. You can attend a Plein Air workshop with one of the featured artists – what an amazing opportunity! The Sedona Arts Center sponsors this event, and various venues around Sedona are utilized, along with the nearby town of Jerome, where painters have yet another tempting selection of buildings and gardens as subjects for their works.
Watch a Blackhawk helicopter land, cheer at a vintage baseball game, admire period clothing at a fashion show, marvel at the precision of an infantry drill, learn how to cook in a Dutch Oven, and more at the annual Fort Verde Days. The annual festivities are held at Fort Verde State Historic Park.
Sedona Visual Artists Coalition sponsors this annual art exhibition, held at Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village. Art lovers enjoy seeing the works of local artists which represent the year’s exhibition theme.
Year-Round – It seems like there is always something happening in Sedona! There are many free, community events that your family will enjoy, including the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in March, the National Day of the Cowboy Celebration in July and Sedona’s Holiday Tree Lighting & Santa Visit in December. Check the website for dates, times and further information.
August-September – Enjoy an assortment of musical genres at a variety of Sedona venues at the annual Red Rocks Music Festival. You can enjoy skilled local musicians as well as artists from around the world.
September-May – Head to the Sedona Heritage Museum on Mondays, September to May, for either a demonstration, where you watch and ask questions, or a workshop, where you get actual hands-on experience with a skilled artisan guiding you. Some activities are free while others require a small fee to cover supplies. Check the website to see what’s going on when you are in Sedona!
October-June - For almost three decades, Chamber Music has been celebrated in Sedona with a season of live concert performances held October through June at St. John Vianney Church and other venues in the community.
November- January 1 – Red Rock Fantasy, a selection of over twenty displays created from a million lights lasts from November until the lights are turned out on January 1. The annual exhibit has been enjoyed for more than 20 years; its venue is Los Abrigados Resort.