50th Annual Golden Yarnell Daze Mountaintop Festival



   A highlight of Yarnell Daze is the HWY 89 PARADE. Grand Marshal is Dolan Ellis Arizona's Official State Balladeer will also be performing on Main Stage. The parade is something wonderful with antique cars, floats, horses, clowns, fire trucks and more. 

   You will find art/craft vendors at shaded Main Vendors Field and other locations. Our young Yarnell Fire Department Cadets will demonstrate firefighter skills. The  Fine Arts Show and KidZone with games, arts and crafts all located at the Yarnell Regional Community Center, special show for youngsters at the Yarnell Library, or find something unique at one of our many shops.

   The  Main Stage Bar and Grill presents for your entertainment and dancing delight the featured live music of Red Neck Rock Stars, watch other performers, kick back with a beer or glass of wine and great food. Additionally, a popular Easy Listening stage located in the Vendor Field will feature a myriad of local talent.  AZAirNet is providing free WiFi through Main Street. Try your luck on raffle prizes and 50/50 tickets. Take time to visit The Shrine of St Joseph or the AZ State Granite Mountain Hotshot Trail. Check out the Yarnell Hill Fire Memorial Park (under construction) in the center of the activities.

Yarnell is nestled in the Weaver Mountains at 4,800 ft elevation “where the desert breeze meets the mountain air” on historic Highway 89, between Wickenburg and Prescott. There are many unique antique and gift shops and wonderful restaurants spread out over a mile. The area's residents are proud of their creative go-to-it attitude. IT’S GOLDEN!!

 

More information visit: https://www.facebook.com/Yarnell-Daze-Annual-Event-3rd-Saturday-in-May-1537472946529803/     

WebSite:  https://weavermountainschamber.com/yarnell-daze-annual-mountaintop-festival-2019/

contact Trish, at 928-277-6674 or by email at InfoOnTheHill@gmail.com 

 

free

Date:

May 18, 2019

Location:

Yarnell, AZ

Hours:

7 am – 7 pm  

 

Phone:

928-277-6674 (Trish)

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