The Sedona International Film Festival is hosting the season of Oscar Wilde productions from London’s Vaudeville Theatre. The series will kick off with “A Woman of No Importance” showing in Sedona on Sunday, July 8 at 4 p.m. on screen at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the encore of the Met Opera’s “Il Trovatore” (from the 2015/2016 season) on Saturday, July 7 at 1 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
If you have a creative child looking for a brilliant summer opportunity, Sedona Arts Center has a unique program for you. Sedona Arts Center’s 2018 summer camps for creative kids features two weeks of instruction in filmmaking with Bryan Reinhart and Kelli Klymenko from July 9 through 20.
American icon Henry David Thoreau said, “The world is but a canvas to the imagination.” Throughout July Goldenstein Gallery celebrates the unbounded imagination of their artists with “Let Freedom Ring.”
Independence Day falls on a Wednesday this year but that isn’t stopping the Uncle Sam festivities. From parades to picnics to fireworks and even water slides, you won’t want to miss this day of celebrations.
The performance will take you back in time to December in the 1940s. The show recreates a World War II USO canteen where soldiers would be fed and entertained.
On Friday June 29th at 5 pm at the Sedona Library the Poetry and Prose Project will present the poetry and song of Joe Wise and the science fiction of Jen Valena.
Parangello Players (a 501c3 Theater Company for public benefit) is utilizing its improvisational group to create a fun-filled, exciting way to network that provides a service to people and businesses who want to meet and exchange in a creative and appetizing environment.
For the second year in the row the Tilted Earth Festival returns to the banks of Oak Creek at the Page Springs Cellars. The fifth annual Tilted Earth Festival is Friday, June 22, and Saturday, June 23.
Red Earth Theatre’s mission to inspire and nurture many voices through live performance, with opportunities for dialogue, is well met by this event showcasing local playwrights.
The Sedona International Film Festival presents Ballet in Cinema on Sunday, June 24 when it hosts the big screen premiere of “Manon” from the Royal Ballet in London.
Sedona International Film Festival is proud to be the official host of the second season of “Deconstructing the Beatles”, joining hundreds of theatres around the country for this special series.
The Grasshopper Grill, at the corner of Page Springs and Cornville Roads, this week features live entertainment Tuesday, and Thursday through Saturday.
Louis Landon is a composer, Steinway artist, and Pianist for Peace who has dedicated his life to music. He will be performing at entertainment restaurant Sound Bites Grill June 16th at 7 p.m.
Vino Di Sedona is the place to be on a Wednesday night listening to rock and country tunes by Rick Busbea, June 13, 7-10 p.m.
Give Dad the gift of laughter this Father’s Day weekend with a 90-minute romp through the twisted terrain of Zenprov Comedy. The troupe performs on Saturday, June 16 at 7:30 p.m. at Mary Fisher Theater in Sedona.
The Sedona International Film Festival presents Ballet in Cinema on Sunday, June 10 when it hosts the big screen premiere of “Coppélia” from the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow. There will be one show at 4 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre. Sedona audiences get to see the production the same day it premieres in Moscow.
The Collective Sedona along with the Arizona Hemp Coalition in partnership with other National Hemp Organizations presents Hemp History Week June 6-9. The 9th annual Hemp History Week is a national grass roots education campaign aimed at renewing support for hemp farming in the United Sates.
A private Sedona home on Oak Creek is the venue for a casual Sunday afternoon tea hosted by St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church on June 10 from 4 to 6 p.m. Proceeds will help support the church and its ministries, which include the Sedona Community Suppers, Sedona Literacy Center, and State Attorney’s Satellite Office.
Friday, June 1 has Main Stage’s monthly “First Friday’s Dance Party” with DJ ill.Ego. DJ ill.Ego’s performance roots began at Cottonwood’s Main Stage and have seen him garner a thriving and ever-growing fan base not just in the Verde Valley but throughout Arizona.
Sedona Arts Center’s 2018 summer camps for creative kids features two weeks of instruction in filmmaking with Bryan Reinhart June 18–29 and July 9–20 and a week of Hands in Clay with Rayna Griffin June 18, 19, 20 and 22. Registration is open and scholarships are available.
At the June 1st First Friday event, there will be a colorful, children’s quilt exhibition and one day raffle held in the SAC theater room (in the barn below the main building) to support the Red Rock Quilters of Sedona, a non-profit organization, in their efforts to supply snuggly quilts to children in need within the Verde Valley. At 8 p.m. the winning ticket will be drawn.
A major photography event is coming to Sedona. The First Annual Sedona Photography Symposium will be held August 22 - 25, 2019, at the Sedona Creative Life Center.
Page Springs Cellars is hosting the fifth annual Tilted Earth Festival coming to Cornville Friday, June 22nd and Saturday, June 23rd. Friday evening kicks off with a Commemorative Wine Dinner, benefiting Arizona Culinary Institute students, from 7-10 p.m. The following evening, four live musical acts will entertain revelers at the winery from 5:30 p.m. to midnight.
The Sedona International Film Festival is hosting a one-night-only special preview of the innovative new documentary “The Most Unknown” on Tuesday, June 5 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.