Fiesta del Tlaquepaque features world-class musical entertainment, over-the-top flamenco, Mexican folk dancers in shimmering costumes, serenades by roving Mariachi, savory Mexican dishes, and a free balloon twisting and fabulous face painting in the fun-filled Kid Zone.
September in Sedona is sublime, with cooler days, brilliant blue skies and starry nights. It also signals the beginning of some of the most popular and beloved fiestas and festivals at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village.
Kicking the season off is Fiesta del Tlaquepaque, a celebration of arts and culture like no other, going stronger than ever after 41 years.
Mark your calendar as the Living Room Music Series at CPL Sedona welcomes singer songwriter guitarist Celia Farran Sept. 17. The Center for Positive Living Sedona is located in the Village of Oak Creek at 45 Castle Rock Road.
This Tuesday, Sept. 16, come find out why the readers of Kudos, the Verde Valley's most trusted guide to the arts and entertainment, voted Sound Bites Grill as having the region's "Best Dancing" in 2012, 2013, and 2014 --three years in a row!
Uma Ojeda performs with her musical husband Dave Ojeda in the UmaZuma Duo Thursday Sept. 11 and with Maestro Andrew Sweeney Thursday Sept. 25 from 6-9 p.m. at the Marketplace Cafe in the VOC at the Sedona Outlet Mall.
The summer season is winding down across the state, but Sedona is not going to let it go without a final month of events for visitors to enjoy. Headlining this month is the Sedona Wine Fest Sept. 27-28: a two-day festival that showcases the many local wineries and their great wines from the Verde Valley, Prescott and the Southern Arizona regions.
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premieres of the acclaimed new award-winning independent films "The Last of Robin Hood" and "The Trip to Italy" showing Sept. 12-16 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
The September Bell Rock Plaza Art and Craft show is scheduled for Sept. 13-14 and there will be many old favorites as well as some new artists who have never shown here before.
There will be over 35 artists and included will be paintings, photograpy, jewelry, glass art, metal sculpture, Native flutes and music, rugs, olive oils and balsamic, soaps and spa products, knives, wind spinners, leather Hopi Kachinas, and more.
As part of the ongoing Sedona Public Library in the Village Rotating Artist Series, Mike Cadwell, a member of the Astronomers of Verde Valley, will display his astrophotography at Sedona Public Library in the Village beginning Tuesday, Sept. 16.
Fingerstyle guitarist, Rick Cyge performs enticing instrumental guitar arrangements of your favorites from the Beatles, Sting, Nora Jones, The Eagles, Simon & Garfunkel, James Taylor, Acoustic Alchemy and much more!
41st Fiesta del Tlaquepaque - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and experience outstanding world-class musical entertainment, over-the-top flamenco, Mexican folk dancers in shimmering costumes, serenades by roving Mariachi, savory Mexican dishes, and a free balloon twisting and fabulous face painting in the fun-filled Kid Zone.