Monthly Archives: November 2015

Phoenix Fall Festivals


Litchfield Park Festival of Arts (November 7-8)
For two days this historic resort community of Litchfield Park is transformed into a vibrant street scene filled with colorful art, lively music and irresistible aromas. The festival features over 250 fine artists and craftsmen exhibiting a wide selection of original arts and crafts, ranging from functional to decorative, and contemporary to Native American.

St. Sava’s Serbfest (November 7-9)
The 13th Annual SerbFest celebrates Serbian culture with two days of authentic cuisine, music, dance, and more. This outdoor event is held on the grounds of the St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church.

Fountain Hills Festival of Arts and Crafts (November 13-15)
The Fountain Hills Festival of Arts and Crafts features nearly 500 artists, artisans and gourmet food provisioners. Over 200,000 visitors are attracted to this event to do their holiday shopping, purchase art and enjoy good food and live entertainment.

Fountain Hills Festival of Arts and Crafts

Fountain Hills Festival of Arts and Crafts

Certified Local Fall Festival (November 14)
The Certified Local Fall Festival is an all day, family- friendly event featuring 100+ local business vendors. Sample Arizona-made food, a beverage garden with wine, beer, and spirits, live entertainment, crafts and activities for kids and families, a raffle and silent auction, and much more.

Certified Local Fall Festival

Certified Local Fall Festival

The Grand Wine Festival (November 20-22)
The Grand Wine Festival features two events that celebrate the growth and excellence of Arizona’s wine industry. On Friday, the Grand Awards Gala announces Arizona’s best wines. Then on Saturday and Sunday, the Grand Tasting & Marketplace provides wine lovers first-hand opportunities to enjoy more than 30 wineries pouring from over 100 selections of wine.

ArtFest of Scottsdale (November 21-22)
Visitors to Downtown Scottsdale’s ArtFest can browse the fine art and crafts of over 150 vendors, meet local authors, enjoy live music throughout the festival, and taste tempting foods in a beautiful sculpture garden setting.


Tempe Fall Festival of the Arts (December 4-6)
While the award-winning Tempe Festival of the Arts primarily focuses on art and the artists that create it, there are also a wide variety of other activities for guests to enjoy. Live entertainment stages provide musical entertainment for festival-goers. Performances by a number of well-known local musicians keep audiences in high spirits throughout the day. In addition to the scheduled entertainment, street performers, vendors, sponsor exhibits and entertainment booths are set up for the amusement of festival visitors.


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