Find Your National Park in Arizona, Help Celebrate National Park Service Centennial
[Jan. 20-22] Arizona’s premier hot air balloon race and festival, morning liftoffs, evening glows, live entertainment onstage, fireworks (Saturday only), family fun area with kid’s activities, lots of food and other attractionsRead More »
[Jan. 20-21] Friday night's Speakeasy recaptures the spirit of the 1930s; Saturday activities include re-enactments of John Dillinger’s capture, vintage car shows, live music, tours of the Hotel Congress, and downtown walking toursRead More »
[Jan. 21-22] More than 200 exhibitors sell art, pottery, jewelry, clothing, sculptures, food, entertainment and more. The Classic Car Show features unique, vintage, and custom-built cars.Read More »
[Jan. 21] Features more than 50 local, regional and western breweries and more than 100 different craft beers, live jazz hors d'oeuvres and wine tastings, benefits Habitat for Humanity of Flagstaff.Read More »
What better way to leisurely savor this region and a fine glass of wine than from the vantage point of a vintage train? Rich chocolate flows over taste-buds just as beautifully as wild scenery passes the panoramic windows of this heritage railroad.Read More »
You’re invited to Arizona’s best events. When? Any day, all year long. You’ll always find exciting events and unique experiences throughout the state. Whether you’re jumping aboard the magical Polar Express train to visit Santa, enjoying a day in the park at a festival, or strutting your favorite boots at the world’s oldest continuous rodeo, there’s always something lively and entertaining going on in Arizona.