October 2 - 3, 2021
Veterans Memorial Park - Sierra Vista, AZ
Oldest, longest running arts and crafts fair south of Tucson. Huge booth spaces - 15x30 with alley parking behind booths. Some electricity. Some RV parking w/electricity & w/out for vendors only. Grassy park setting. Best repeat attendance for both vendors and customers
February 9 - 13, 2022
Downtown - Tubac, AZ
Southern Arizona's longest running art festival. Visiting artist booths line village streets in an uncrowded atmosphere, mixed in with over 100 shops, galleries & working artist studios. Application available online. Tubac is 45 miles south of Tucson.
February 18 - 20, 2022
Downtown Litchfield Park - Litchfield Park, AZ
Arizona's premier Fine Art festival - The historic resort community of Litchfield Park offers an unparalleled ambiance for outdoor dining, arts and entertainment. Discover the extraordinary works of the Southwest's most accomplished Fine Artists. Featuring more than 100 juried selected artists exhibiting in a stunning outdoor gallery. Gourmet eateries, beverages, and live musical performances compliment your festival experience.
Events in Camp Verde, AZ — upcoming
July 17, 2021
Community Center Gym, Camp Verde, AZ
Status: Updated 7/6/2020
This Arizona Festival will have fine art, fine craft, crafts, commercial/retail, homegrown products, corp./information and antique/collectibles exhibitors, and 10 food booths. There will be 1 stage with Regional and Local talent and the hours will be Sat 11am-8pm. This event will also include: fresh roasted local corn, kid's games, cornhole competition, craft show.
April 2022 (dates not updated)
Camp Verde Parks and Recreation, Camp Verde, AZ
Status: Updated 1/25/2021
This Arizona Wine-Beer Event will have fine art, fine craft, crafts, film, commercial/retail, homegrown products, corp./information and antique/collectibles exhibitors, and 8 food booths. There will be 1 stage with Regional and Local talent and the hours will be Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 11am-4pm. This event will also include: fort verde state historic park an 1870's fort, archaeological museum, 1930's jail.