North-Central Arizona

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  • 1. Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering

    In August, the Cowboy Poets Gathering at Yavapai Community College brings together campfire bards and cowboy musicians from around the country.

    USA
    928-713–6323
  • 2. Chamber Music Sedona

    Concerts

    From October through May, Chamber Music Sedona hosts a classical concert series. They also host the "Met Live in HD" opera performances and a JazzFest in April.

    Sedona, Arizona, 86336, USA
    928-204–2415
  • 3. Coconino Center for the Arts

    Many excellent art exhibitions, theatrical productions, and music performances take place at Coconino Center for the Arts under the direction of Creative Flagstaff.

    2300 N. Fort Valley Rd., Arizona, 86001, USA
    928-779–2300
  • 4. Festival of Science

    This 10-day series of exhibits, activities, guided hikes, and talks in Flagstaff is a fun and interactive way to learn about current research in astronomy, geology, engineering, and biology.

    USA
    800-842–7293
  • 5. Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra

    Classical concerts from September to April, mostly held in Ardrey Auditorium on the NAU campus, are given by the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra.

    Arizona, USA
    928-774–5107
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  • 6. Frontier Days

    The town had its first organized cowboy competition in 1888 and lays claim to having the world's oldest rodeo: the annual Frontier Days roundup, held on the July 4 weekend at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds.

    USA
    928-445–4320
  • 7. Historical Route 66 Car Show

    Classic cars and trucks, from antiques to hot rods, are on display along Route 66 in downtown Williams for two days in mid-June. Outfit your own jalopy from the auto parts swap meet set up adjacent to the show.

    200 Railroad Ave., Williams, Arizona, 86046, USA
  • 8. Orpheum Theater

    The 1917 Orpheum Theater, in the heart of the historic district, features music acts, films, lectures, and plays.

    15 W. Aspen Ave., Arizona, 86001, USA
    928-556–1580
  • 9. Prescott Bluegrass Festival

    Prescott's popular Bluegrass Festival takes place downtown at Courthouse Plaza in June.

    USA
    928-445–2000
  • 10. Prescott Center for the Arts

    Downtown

    Musicals and dramas, plays for children, and a concert series are put on by the Prescott Center for the Arts. The association's gallery also presents rotating exhibits by local, regional, and national artists.

    208 N. Marina St., Prescott, Arizona, 86301, USA
    928-445–3286
  • 11. Sedona Arts Center

    Uptown | Performance Venues

    In addition to offering classes and workshops in all media, this center hosts the Plein Air Festival for a week in October and has a retail gallery selling works of local and regional artists. There's no sales tax, since it's a nonprofit.

    15 Art Barn Rd., Sedona, Arizona, 86336, USA
    928-282–3809
  • 12. Sedona International Film Festival

    West | Festivals

    This nine-day festival takes place in late February and features independent films from all over the world.

    2030 W. AZ 89A, Sedona, Arizona, 86336, USA
    928-282–1177
  • 13. Theatrikos Theatre Company

    Downtown

    This highly regarded performance-art group produces five mainstage productions annually using a diverse base of local talent.

    11 W. Cherry Ave., Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, USA
    928-774–1662
  • 14. Yavapai Symphony Association

    Downtown

    Performances by the Phoenix symphony are hosted by the Yavapai Symphony Association and usually held at Yavapai City College; call ahead for schedules and venues.

    228 N. Alarcon St., Prescott, Arizona, 86303, USA
    928-776–4255
  • 15. A Celebration of Native American Art

    North Flagstaff
    Closed Permanently

    During the summer months, art festivals highlighting the Zuni (May), Hopi (July), and Navajo (August) cultures take place at the Museum of Northern Arizona.

    3101 N. Fort Valley Rd., Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, USA
    928-774–5213

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