Bringing some of the nation’s finest artists to Red Rock Country, the Sedona Arts Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 10 and Sunday, Oct. 11 at Sedona Red Rock High School, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road, in West Sedona.
125 juried artists from across the country will surround themselves with Sedona’s breathtaking red rocks and Arizona’s magnificent fall weather while showing works in ceramics, fiber art, glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, painting, photography and wood. The Festival’s easy-to-navigate layout of booths provides comfortable and smooth access for guests and greater visibility for artists.
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Sedona Arts Festival:
The 25th Annual Event
The Guest Gallery – International guest artist, Magdelena Pedro Martinez with her traditional Oaxacan Black Pottery
The Gourmet Gallery – featuring locally produced and packaged items for kitchen and bath
Sedona Sacred Arts – New this year! Experience Sedona’s spiritual side.
Special Musical Guest – Lee Oskar and the Sedona Jam Band
One of the founding members of the jam band WAR who produced Gold and Platinum recording hits such as “Low Rider”, “Cisco Kid” and “Why Can’t We Be Friends”, Lee Oskar brings his art and his talent to the Sedona Arts Festival. Lee will be performing at 4 pm on Saturday, October 10. Concert is included in the price of admission.
Festival proceeds benefit the Sedona Arts Festival Scholarship Fund which provides scholarships for graduating seniors pursuing higher education in the arts as well as grants to area arts education organizations. Nearly $300,000 has been distributed since the Festival began in 1989.
The Sedona Arts Festival is supported by the Sedona Community Foundation, the City of Sedona, Sedona Chamber of Commerce, and the Kling Family Foundation.
Sedona Arts Festival: Visitor Info
Sat., October 10th – 9AM to 5PM
Sun., October 11th – 10AM – 4PM
Admission is $12 at the gate, $10 online in advance.
For tickets and more info, call 928-204-9456 or visit the Sedona Arts Festival website.