Your Guide to Celebrating the 4th of July in Sedona
Thinking of spending the 4th of July in Sedona this year? You’re in luck.
From fireworks to concerts to daylong celebrations, you are sure to find something fun that the whole family will enjoy.
Kick off the weekend with the Sedona Gallery Association’s “First Fridays” Gallery Tour on Friday, July 3rd. Enjoy this unique monthly showcase highlighting artists, special exhibits, and art events around Sedona on foot, or via the free Sedona Trolley that will be on a continuous loop throughout the evening. Be sure to stop off at Tlaquepaque in Sedona on for a special celebration of Independence Day at Honshin Fine Art. The gallery will be celebrating a special opening weekend event for July’s show ‘The Oneness of Nature’s Heart.’ Enjoy the art exhibit from 5:00 – 8:00 pm while sipping wine and enjoying tasty treats.
On July 4th, the Red Rock High School will be hosting its 4th of July Concert and Laser Show! Start off the day by enjoying a picnic lunch on the cool grass while listening to live music. Didn’t bring a picnic? No problem – food will be available to purchase. The laser light show begins at the top of each hour and features patriotic-colored lasers, which are choreographed to music in the Performing Arts Center. Each light show lasts roughly 15 minutes. Come early for free parking and kick back, relax, and listen to a live concert while enjoying delicious food.
Venturing out of Sedona for the 4th? Gather up the whole family and head over to Camp Verde’s Cliff Castle Casino Hotel for a free family picnic and fireworks. The little ones will have a blast with fantastic carnival games, balloon artists, face painters, and more. Fireworks start around 9:30 pm.
L’Auberge de Sedona is a fantastic home base for your 4th of July festivities. With a convenient location in Uptown Sedona, yet quietly secluded aside the creek, you will be close to the action while feeling worlds away. Take advantage of one of our special Sedona packages and offers and book your 4th of July or summer stay today.
Posted: June 18, 2015
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