[May 19-20] Willcox American Viticulture Area produces 75% of the state's grapes. Join all as we celebrate the harvest and the Arizona wines from the Willcox region. Rated one of the Top 10 Wine Festivals. Includes music, art, and vendors.Read More »
[May 19-20] Visit historic homes and buildings for a glimpse back in time, homes range from Victorians on Company Hill to renovated miner's shacks, self-paced, continuous shuttle service.Read More »
‘Miners Cross’ by Bernie Molaskey at the Haven United Methodist Church in Jerome. Photo by Michael Thompson
[May 19] A variety of Southern Arizona Mariachi bands. Featuring authentic Mexican food, hot dogs, hamburgers, kettle corn & shaved ice! Visitors may bring their own picnic basket and a Piñata for the kids! Don’t forget to bring: Plenty of water, lawn chair, sunscreen, hat. In addition, Patagonia offers fishing, birding, boat tours, and nature walks.Read More »
[May 19] YFD pancake breakfast; parade; art and craft vendors and art show; a 50/50 raffle, a main stage in the beer garden, live music and dancing featuring Cheek Tones.com and WhiskeyKiss.org. Additional entertainment available at the Easy Listening Stage in the main vendor field and throughout the event. A KidZone, special program for children at the library.Read More »
Be a part of the friendly competition for cash prizes, casting contest, raffle prize giveaways and more. Plan now to attend the largest and most lucrative striped bass fishing event in the United States!Read More »
Photo by Michael Massaro courtesy of WON
You’re invited to Arizona’s best events. Any day, all year long, you’ll find exciting events and extraordinary experiences throughout the state. Whether you’re jumping aboard the magical Polar Express train to visit Santa, taking part in local traditions, eating (or drinking) your fill at a festival, or strutting your stuff at the world’s oldest continuous rodeo, there’s always something entertaining to see in Arizona.