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Don’t miss Sedona’s multi-instrumentalist sister duo Kaleidoscope Redrocks take the Pavilion stage at Posse Grounds Park on Saturday, Jan. 14 from 3 to 3:30 p.m. as part of the City’s first Winter Play Day showcasing local youth performances among other family-friendly fun attractions and activities.
Kaleidoscope Redrocks (KR), the Sedona multi-instrumentalist sister duo is proud to report their fundraising efforts for 2022 totaled $5,208.
"Is there any better time of year to think about those less fortunate?"
Kaleidoscope Redrocks is continuing their tradition of honoring and saluting American Military Veterans and Active Service Members on Friday, Nov. 11, 5-7 p.m. at the “new kid in town,” DA Vines Vineyard Wine Bar & Bistro in Old Town Cottonwood.
NAU Homecoming weekend is a great time to spend in the high country to enjoy a marvelous meal and music!
Sedona multi-instrumentalist sister duo Kaleidoscope Redrocks is thrilled to add another venue to their growing resume.
High Country is calling, Altitudes Bar & Grill is happy to host Kaleidoscope Redrocks for their first show in downtown Flagstaff.
While the war on Ukraine is no longer the top news story, it remains the top story for Sedona Marine Corps veteran and SAVCO VP Mark Cary.
Sedona multi-instrumentalist sister duo Gracie, 16, and Tivona Moskoff, 13 are thrilled to announce their newest venue at the Flagstaff Station Market Cafe located at 1800 North Fort Valley Road on Sunday, July 3, from noon to 2 p.m. for a patriotic and Americana set of songs plus a few moving originals.