[Jun 27-29] A PRCA sanctioned rodeo with bull riding, barrel racing, bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, team roping, tie down roping and steer wrestling, also a mutton busting before the performance each night for kids under 8 years old and/or under 50 pounds.Read More »
[Jun 27-30] U-cut lavender, lavender growing discussion, music, cooking with lavender demonstrations & tastings and wine tasting. Products for sale, growing tips.Read More »
[June 28-30] Harvest saguaro fruit in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument with a Tohono Oʼodham guide, attend a workshop to learn the process of turning saguaro fruit into syrup, eat meals created with authentic Tohono Oʼodham ingredients, and participate in various other Native workshops and lectures. A culturally and geographically unique experience.Read More »
[Jun 28-30] The beautiful mountain community of Pinetop-Lakeside will host the inaugural White Mountains Balloon Festival, featuring tethered balloon rides, a hot-air balloon glow, live entertainment, a laser light show, food/retail vendors and a family fun zone. A free balloon mass ascension will take place just after sunrise, with the festival open from 2-9 p.m. All balloon activities are weather permitting.Read More »
[Jun 29-30] More than 150 musicians perform on five different stages, live acoustic music by individual, group acts, fiddlers, folk singers, string bands, jam sessions, workshops for playing, songwriting, and more, by Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music.Read More »
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.