Thursday, July 26, sees a special visit from Sedona-raised, Austin-based residents, The Watters. The Watters arrive on a US Tour and on the heels of the release of their debut sefl-titled album.
If you’re a fan of the golden oldies from the 50’s & 60’s, you’ll love this genuinely authentic blast from the past, Friday, July 27th at the Sound Bites Showroom in Sedona.
The Grasshopper Grill, at the corner of Page Springs and Cornville Roads, this week features live entertainment Tuesday and Thursday through Saturday.
A new restaurant has opened on Western Drive in Verde Village, just a few hundred feet off State Route 260. The Bombaz Grill has opened with a menu serving “Southwest Style Fixins.”
With more than 130,000 followers on Instagram, you would think Mr. Babies would be recognizable in public, yet no one has ever seen him.
The temperatures aren’t the only thing sizzling in Sedona this month. The art at Rowe Fine Art Gallery is H-O-T.
Ceramic artist Jeannette Tuscher will be the Guest Artist at the Village Gallery of Local Artists for the months of August and September.
Grab your boots and hat, and head out to Goldenstein Gallery Saturday and Sunday, July 27 and 28 for their celebration of the National Day of the Cowboy. One of the country’s most iconic symbols, the American Cowboy and Cowgirl has long seized imaginations across the globe.
The Sedona International Film Festival is hosting the Northern Arizona premiere of the critically-acclaimed audience sensation “The King” — featuring an all-star cast — showing July 20-26 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Guitar Wizard Anthony Mazzella will be performing his “Legends of Guitar” concert at the beautiful Mary Fisher Theater on Thursday, July 26 at 7:30 p.m. Check out his brand new show, including some new song additions.
The Sedona International Film Festival is presenting the Northern Arizona premiere of the critically-acclaimed and breathtaking new documentary “Mountain” — narrated by Academy Award-nominee Willem Defoe — showing July 20-24 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
The Sedona International Film Festival is hosting the premiere of the award-winning and important new film “Suicide: The Ripple Effect” on Tuesday, July 24 at 7 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. There will be a community discussion following the film screening.
‘C’est la vie,’ say the old folks: Sedona Film Festival celebrates 25 years of ‘Pulp Fiction’ July 25
The Sedona International Film Festival is turning 25 this year, and to celebrate, they are rolling back the clock and bringing encore screenings of hit films from 25 years ago to the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on the 25th of each month. And better yet … they are rolling back the tickets to the admission price of 25 years ago for these special events: just $4.25 each.
The Sedona International Film Festival is presenting the season of Oscar Wilde productions from London’s Vaudeville Theatre. The series continues with “Lady Windermere’s Fan” showing in Sedona on Sunday, July 22 at 4 p.m. on screen at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
The Sedona International Film Festival is hosting a one-night only special premiere of the important new documentary “Evolution of Organic” on Thursday, July 19 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Horse Tales & Cowboy Trails” is a rootin’ tootin’ cowboy and girl experience for the entire family.
Vision is a performing art concept uniting live music with spoken word. The performance happening at Unity of Sedona on Saturday, July 21 aims to not only entertain but to inspire the audience into an enlightened state of being.
Master Classical and Flamenco Guitarist Esteban and his daughter Teresa Joy have been performing at Sound Bites Grill in Sedona for over 3 years. As Artist in Residence, he claims the Sound Bites Celebrity Show Room to be one of his most favorite spots to perform because of the intimacy of the space.
The Sedona International Film Festival is hosting the encore of the Met Opera’s “Eugene Onegin” (from the 2006/2007 season) on Saturday, July 14 at 1 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
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.