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44th Annual Litchfield Park Festival of Arts

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November 8 through November 9
Litchfield Park

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44th Annual Litchfield Park Festival of Arts

November 8-9 

Downtown Litchfield Park

9am to 5pm each day

Downtown Historic District – Next to the legendary Wigwam Resort. 

101 West Wigwam Blvd. Litchfield Park, AZ. 85340

FREE ADMISSION

FREE PARKING

Featuring more than 250 fine artists and craftsmen, live musical performances, wine tasting, family activities, farmer’s market, Library book sale, and dozens of food and confectionary booths. Meet the artists behind the creations and shop for original works in pottery, bronze, glass, metal and wood sculptures, leatherwork, clothing, paintings, jewelry and so much more.

Enjoy live music and entertainment throughout the festival with a variety of musicians and dancers that will be performing both days, including Patrick Ki, Inka Gold, Tony Duncan & the Yellow Bird Dancers. Headlining the main stage is renowned composer and guitarist ESTEBAN with Theresa Joy.

Dozens of food and confectionary booths will be serving up a world of flavors, including Southern BBQ, Fry bread, Mexican, Asian, Cajun, Italian and Greek dishes. Don’t forget to save room for homemade ice cream, European baked goods, homemade fudge, roasted almonds, and fresh kettle corn. In addition to the food court, patrons will have many dining options with Litchfield Park’s assortment of restaurants and charming sidewalk cafes such as Blue Sushi, Old Pueblo Cafe, Park Café, Park Deli and Litchfield’s. 

PRODUCED BY: VERMILLION PROMOTIONS

623-734-6526 or visit or www.VermillionPromotions.com

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101 West Wigwam Blvd.
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
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