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Annual Sedona Events

Upcoming Events

No matter when you visit Sedona, you’ll find exciting happenings from art to music to culture. Enjoy a wide range of outdoor events like the Sedona Marathon and Mountain Bike Festival, celebrate the arts with the Sedona Plein Air Festival and the Sedona Arts Festival, and celebrate the unique—such as the Sedona Yoga Festival and Sedona Hummingbird Festival. Browse a list of signature Sedona events below.

Sedona Hummingbird Festival

See thousands of hummingbirds take flight during peak migration at the Sedona Hummingbird Festival. You’ll not only see five-to-seven species, but you can also witness the banding and release of these beautiful birds, hear from a wide field of professionals—including scientists, photographers, gardeners, and rehabilitators—plus much more.

Sedona Star Party

Celebrate Sedona’s dark skies and the chance to view the Summer Milky Way, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and more! Verde Valley astronomers provide telescopes for free viewing and laser-guided constellation tours. Pack a blanket and join in the fun at this community event.

Sedona Winefest

Featuring over 20 wineries from across Arizona, the Annual Sedona Winefest also includes food, entertainment, and vendors galore. And it’s all set against the breathtaking panoramic views of our majestic red rocks.

Sedona Arts Festival

A favorite in the Southwest, this festival showcases 125+ juried artists plus an international guest artist, the Gourmet Gallery, and the KidZone, as well as great food, music, and raffle prizes. Held on the campus of Sedona Red Rock High School, admission to the Sedona Arts Festival supports arts education in our community.

Pumpkin Splash

Head to the Sedona Community Pool for a wonderfully fun and unique event for every age: the great Pumpkin Splash! Gather your family and friends, pack your bathing suits, and pick your pumpkin—right from the pool. Limited to the first 300 people; admission fee includes a pumpkin to take home.

Sedona Plein Air Festival

Each year, some of the best plein-air artists are selected from around the country to participate in the Sedona Plein Air Festival. Watch in awe as they paint from life in the out-of-doors, capturing moments in time that reflect the ever-changing colors, light and shadows, temperature, and shifting elements of Sedona. The festival also includes paint-out events, exhibitions, sales, and an awards gala.

Fall Arts & Crafts Fair

Get an early start on holiday shopping at the Fall Arts & Crafts Fair. Held at the Sedona Heritage Museum, this show offers an excellent variety of hand-made items, ranging from fine art, ceramics, and woodcarvings, to jewelry, home and garden décor, wearable art, cards, and more. Hear direct from the vendors on what inspires them and how they make their pieces. Plus, many of them only do this show—making their items unusual and perfect for unique souvenirs or gifts.

Safe & Fun Trick or Treat

Presented by the City of Sedona Parks and Recreation Department, this annual free event welcomes ghouls and ghosts with treats at store fronts throughout Uptown Sedona. It also includes a community dance performance and plenty of fun.

The Mural Marigold Project for Dia de Los Muertos

Join us as we create another incredible public mural in the Calle Independencia. Here, visitors and community members can honor the loss of loved ones in their lives and connect with one another through art and public expression. All week the public is invited to paint on the mural.

The Nutcracker

Take in a spectacular performance of The Nutcracker at the Sedona Performing Arts Center. The production features professional sets, costumes, and internationally acclaimed dancers from the Phoenix Ballet and Sedona Chamber Ballet.

Breakfast with Santa

Now here’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: having Breakfast with Santa in Sedona! Presented by the Sedona Parks and Recreation Department, this free, family-friendly pancake breakfast includes making winter crafts and getting photos with Santa (so parents, don’t forget to bring your camera).

The Festival of Lights

A cherished tradition in Sedona, this one-day free event sees the lighting of 6,000 luminarias in Tlaquepaque’s courtyards and walkways. It also includes lively musical entertainment, free cider, and a […]