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Please see our new calendar below. The current day will be at the top. For a specific day please click on the Month at the top and pick the day you are interested in.

Aug
27
Thu
2015
Pat Beary guitar & vocals 7-10 @ Vino di Sedona
Aug 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Acoustic jam session 8 p.m hosted by the Copperstate Collective @ Bootlegger's Beer Club
Aug 27 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Thur 1/29
Bootleggers Beer Club – 1028 N. Main St., Cottonwood.
Acoustic jam session 8 p.m

Garrick Rawlings
Aug 27 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Garrick Rawlings in concert
Garrick Rawlings

I’m forever chasing striking blends of folk, rock, country, cowboy, jazz, punk, blues in songs I write and perform. Born in Wichita Kansas, mostly raised in Sturgis, Michigan, then Kalamazoo, on to Chicago, too long in Southern CA, & for the time being basing out of Northern Arizona. Began as a hard rock electric guitar player emulating the high energy rock out of Detroit, fell in love with the blues in Chicago. Moved out west to L.A. to play some rock and roll and somehow became Ramblin’ Jack Elliott’s road manager, opener and sidekick for a while(he duets w/ me on Dollars To Dust). While in L.A. I had the good fortune of getting to know and open shows for world-class songwriters/guitarists Dave Alvin and Rick Shea, two of the best California has to offer.

A Garrick Rawlings show is best described as Neil Young & Johnny Cash meet the MC5 riding horseback through the desert with Ramblin’ Jack and Townes, settlin’ in around the campfire with Woody Guthrie, Led Zeppelin, Tom Russell, John Prine, Guy Clark and a mariachi band.

http://www.myspace.com/garrickrawlings

 

Introducing “Last Thursdays with Desert Hot Tub Club” @ The Main Stage
Aug 27 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Start the weekend Early Thursday 3/26/15 with Desert Hot Tub Club 8 PM. One of the Best New Bands in the Verde Valley!! Don’t miss it!! No Cover!!

Karaoke with Rick E. Lee & Weekly Pool Tournament @ My Dobro
Aug 27 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Karaoke with Rick E. Lee & Weekly Pool Tournament @ My Dobro

My Dobro – 1100 S Hwy 260 # 21, Cottonwood. 928-634-3800
8 p.m. Karaoke with Rick E. Lee & Weekly Pool Tournament

Aug
28
Fri
2015
Call to Artists for Made In Clarkdale Art Show 2015 @ Clarkdale Clubhouse
Aug 28 all-day

July 30, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:  Robyn Prud’homme-Bauer  madeinclarkdale2012@gmail.com or 928-300-1964

Call to Artists for Made In Clarkdale Art Show 2015

Made In Clarkdale Art Show 2015 begins with jurying in new artists! The jurying dates for the Made In Clarkdale Art Show 2015 will be Saturdays, August 8, August 29, 2015 and a final date in late September, date and place to be announced later.

 

Artists must live, work, or be taking art classes in Clarkdale to be eligible. Previously accepted artists do not have to re-jury if they still live or work in Clarkdale. Those eligible only as students taking art classes must re-jury each year.

All art media will be considered. Art must be original and conceived and created by the artist. No kits or crafts made from the patterns of others will be accepted.

Jurying is held at the Yavapai-Apache Learning Center, 1630 Beecher St. in upper Clarkdale. Follow Made In Clarkdale signs at Main St. and S. 16th St. to the round building down the hill on the Clarkdale reservation. Applicants should arrive between 9:00 am and 11:00 am.

Applicants should bring actual work if possible, at least three pieces or however many are practical to transport and show the jurors the range and depth of the artist’s body of work. Resumes or bios are also encouraged as are photos if the actual pieces are not available for jurying   Questions about jurying can be directed to Sandy Boothe at 928-634-0486 or sandy@ringsforever.com.

The Opening or Made In Clarkdale Art Show will be on Thursday, Dec. 3rd and the Gala will be held on Friday, Dec. 4th.  The art show will run Dec. 3 through 6 at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse in historic downtown Clarkdale. In addition to the art show, there will be wine tastings along with daily workshops for kids and an artist demonstration day.

 

More information about the show is available at www.madeinclarkdale.org or on Facebook @ Made In Clarkdale or email at info@madeinclarkdale.org.

Sedona Community Farmers Market @ Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
Aug 28 @ 8:30 am – 11:30 am
Sedona Community Farmers Market celebrates opening of ​2015​ summer season
The Sedona Community Farmers Market is open to the public and is held weekly on Fridays 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. from May 29 through October 2. 
The Sedona Community Farmers Market is open to the public and is held weekly on Fridays 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. from May 29 through October 2. 

Sedona Community Farmers Market’s summer season opens in the creek side parking lot at Tlaquepaque located at 336 Highway 179 in Sedona where residents and visitors alike are invited to meet local and regional food growers and artisan producers.

The market is open to the public and is held weekly on Fridays 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. from May 29 through October 2.

Offerings include freshly picked local and Arizona seasonal fruits and vegetables, sprouts and micro-greens, raw honey, ​aged raw ​​goat cheeses, relishes, herbs, flowers, eggs, pecans, raw truffles & chocolates, freshly milled breads and pastries, gluten free, jams, salsas, sauces, soaps, goat milk soaps and lotions, local lavender, beeswax candles, heirloom​ seeds​ and much more.

Every Friday at 9 a.m., the market offers a healthful Tai Chi ​class ​with Laurel Harr along the creek shaded under 200 year old sycamore trees.

Our featured musician for the grand opening on May 29​ is Ron Drago.

“The market aims to support local sustainable agricultural activity and increase the supply of locally grown food.  Local food is not only fresher, it also preserves genetic diversity, promotes energy conservation, supports local farm families, builds community, preserves open space, supports a clean environment and benefits wildlife, ” says founding director Katrin Themlitz.

The market is W.I.C. certified and also accepts FMNP vouchers.

Call (928) 821-1133 or visit www.sedona-farmers-market.com.

 

“Summertime at The Manheim” @ Manhiem Gallery
Aug 28 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

“Summertime at The Manheim” at 2nd Saturday Art Walk in Old Town Cottonwood

2nd Saturday Old Town Cottonwood Art Walk features “Summertime at The Manheim”, a visual arts exhibit of the work of Made In Clarkdale artists, on Saturday, August 8 from 6:00-9:00pm in The Manheim Gallery at 747 N. Main Street. Among the artists participating are Tom Schumacher and Ben Roti, Yavapai College staff members, who create decorative and functional ceramics. Schumacher is known for his large hand-thrown platters, while Roti works with distinctive bright colored glazes.

Ramona Stites, Bear Schutz, and Tyler Novak exhibit expressive paintings including landscapes, floral and contemporary art. Stites is a former owner of Javadog Gallery in Old Town having retired to concentrate more on creating art. Schutz has exhibited and produced art events throughout the Verde Valley for many years. Novak is an art instructor at Mingus Union High School.

Kaayla Fox and Barbara Pierce work in metal creating exquisite one-of-a-kind jewelry. Fox focuses on crop circles in the symbolism of her work in sterling silver while Pierce creates unique combinations of silver, stone and gem materials.

Ed Krish of Ed Krish Photography, expresses his talent in digital photographic imagery with framed photographs, photographic prints and greeting cards. Mary Liggit, a long-time member and tapestry instructor for Verde Valley Spinners and Weavers brings fiber alive in three-dimensional wall art composed of string, yarn, wood and other natural materials as well as in colorful tapestry pieces.

Marsha Foutz and Emily Miller have both exhibited with Made In Clarkdale for most of its 28 years of December art show in the Clark Memorial Clubhouse. Foutz molds detailed clay figure collector chess sets in various themes while Miller orchestrates multi-media sculpture from wire, art film and fire.  These Made In Clarkdale Artists join the resident artists from The Manheim Gallery for an exciting evening of creativity and expression through art.

“Summertime at The Manheim.” will continue until September 26, 2015.  It is open Wednesday through Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm.

The 2nd Saturday Old Town Art Walk was revived in May, 2015 to bring new art and artists in house, live music, fine wines and other special food and liquor offerings to those who wish to stroll Old Town starting at The Manheim Gallery and winding their way to the far side of the S-curve heading out towards Clarkdale and Jerome. Look for the red lights at participating merchants. For information on Summertime at the Manheim “like us” on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/MadeInClarkdale or e-mail info@MadeInClarkdale.org. To learn more about Made In Clarkdale and The Manheim Gallery visit the following websites: www.MadeInClarkdale.org or www.themanheimgallery.com.

Dog of The Moon Friday
Aug 28 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Dog of the MoonMoondog

 

Dog of the Moon is the stage name of singer- songwriter Aaron Carl Swensen of Jerome, Arizona. Inspired by the musical legends of Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan & Neil Young, Dog of the Moon specializes in his own cosmic blend of ‘Country Folk Rock Blues with an Outlaw Hippie Attitude’. His unique collection of original tunes include slow, reflective ballads, mid-tempo country ramblers and heavy, outrageous rockers. Upon hearing Dog of the Moon, one may recall a time long ago when life was simpler, people were friendlier, and the music was much more meaningful…

Do not miss Dog of The Moon Fridays every week at The Spirit Room!
http://www.dogofthemoon.com/

 

Moon Dog @ The Spirit Room
Aug 28 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
4 Play at 4 Music 8 p.m. @ Chaparral Bar
Aug 28 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Chaparral Bar – 325 S. Main St., Cottonwood. 928-634-2131
4-8 p.m. 4 Play at 4 Music 8 p.m. FREE POOL

Blazin’ M Cowboys, Dinner Show @ Blazin M Ranch
Aug 28 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Blazin’ M Ranch – 1875 Mabery Ranch Rd., Old Town Cottonwood. 800-937-8643, www.BlazinM.com
5 p.m.: Blazin’ M Cowboys, Dinner Show

FRIDAY – NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE BY NOVA EVERY FRIDAY 5-6 PM @ Vino di Sedona
Aug 28 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

FRIDAY – NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE BY NOVA EVERY FRIDAY 5-6 PM

Linda Sandoval, Jazz Singer and Pianist @ René Restaurant
Aug 28 @ 5:30 pm

Rene Restaurant – 336 Highway 179 # B118, Sedona. 928-282-9225, www.rene-sedona.com
5:30 p.m.

Eric Miller @ Amara Hundred Rox/Saltrock
Aug 28 @ 6:00 pm

Saltrock – 100 Amara Lane, Sedona. 928-282-4828, www.amararesort.com
6-9 p.m.

Michele Williams & Alan Standingbear @ The Marketplace Cafe
Aug 28 @ 6:00 pm

Marketplace Café – 6645 S. Arizona 179, VOC 928-284-5478 www.mpcsedona.com
6-9 p.m.

Open Mic Nite @ Chae's Coffee Plus
Aug 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Open Mic Nite at Chae’s Coffee Plus

Friday nights, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Wake up your inner night owl with some strong coffee at Chae’s Coffee Plus to get your Friday nights started! Sit and enjoy some great music by local singer-songwriters and poets. Hosted by Chae’s barista and singer-songwriter, Sara Marcy, sign-ups start at 5:30 pm. Located in Cottonwood, in the Fry’s Plaza between Verizon and Yogurt Emporium, right behind Jack in the Box. 
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pianist Phil Rossi @ T. Carl’s Restaurant Poco Diablo Resort -.
Aug 28 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

T. Carl’s Restaurant Poco Diablo Resort – 1752 Rte 179, Sedona. 928-203-5936
6pm Pianist Phil Rossi

Bill Barns @ Cucina Rustica
Aug 28 @ 6:30 pm

Cucina Rustica – Tequa Plaza, 7000 SR 179, VOC. 928-284-3010, www.cucinarustica.com
6:30 pm:

GREEN LIGHT LITE @ Vino di Sedona
Aug 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
GREEN LIGHT LITE: (A New Acoustic  Approach To Our  Original Music  Where Vocals Are the Main  Focus)
Friday August 28th at Vino Di Sedona ( Outdoor Patio Stage) West Sedona 928-554-4682  7 – 10 PM

 

GREEN LIGHT LITE @ Vino di Sedona
Aug 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

(A New Acoustic  Approach To Our  Original Music  Where Vocals Are the Main  Focus)

Friday August 28th at Vino Di Sedona ( Outdoor Patio Stage) West Sedona 928-554-4682  7 – 10 PM

Willy Porter @ Musical Instrument Musem
Aug 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Willy Porter Willy Porter
Fri., 8/28/15, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets – $27.50, $34.50

Willy Porter

This singer-songwriter’s live shows are electrifying guitar-driven events with equal parts grit, soul, and muscle.

Aug
29
Sat
2015
Kingdom of Atenveldt‎ Fall Crown Tournament and Warlord – BoGM @ Watson Lake Park
Aug 29 – Aug 30 all-day

August 29, 2015 and August 30, 2015
Draw nigh, all ye of Atenveldt, as the time draws near for the birthing of a new king. Behold the chivalry of mighty warriors as they attempt to draw the sword from the stone for the honor of those who inspire them. The Barony of Granite Mountain welcomes you to attend TRM Morgan and Elizabeth, as they witness the trials of these noble fighters during Atenveldt Crown List.

The battlefield is Watson Lake Park, four miles north of Prescott, Arizona. The day is August 29, 2015. Crown list will take place on Saturday, followed by Warlord Tournament on Sunday. The site fee is $10 for members with a $5 non-member surcharge. The park will charge $2 per car for parking.

“Summertime at The Manheim” @ Manhiem Gallery
Aug 29 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

“Summertime at The Manheim” at 2nd Saturday Art Walk in Old Town Cottonwood

2nd Saturday Old Town Cottonwood Art Walk features “Summertime at The Manheim”, a visual arts exhibit of the work of Made In Clarkdale artists, on Saturday, August 8 from 6:00-9:00pm in The Manheim Gallery at 747 N. Main Street. Among the artists participating are Tom Schumacher and Ben Roti, Yavapai College staff members, who create decorative and functional ceramics. Schumacher is known for his large hand-thrown platters, while Roti works with distinctive bright colored glazes.

Ramona Stites, Bear Schutz, and Tyler Novak exhibit expressive paintings including landscapes, floral and contemporary art. Stites is a former owner of Javadog Gallery in Old Town having retired to concentrate more on creating art. Schutz has exhibited and produced art events throughout the Verde Valley for many years. Novak is an art instructor at Mingus Union High School.

Kaayla Fox and Barbara Pierce work in metal creating exquisite one-of-a-kind jewelry. Fox focuses on crop circles in the symbolism of her work in sterling silver while Pierce creates unique combinations of silver, stone and gem materials.

Ed Krish of Ed Krish Photography, expresses his talent in digital photographic imagery with framed photographs, photographic prints and greeting cards. Mary Liggit, a long-time member and tapestry instructor for Verde Valley Spinners and Weavers brings fiber alive in three-dimensional wall art composed of string, yarn, wood and other natural materials as well as in colorful tapestry pieces.

Marsha Foutz and Emily Miller have both exhibited with Made In Clarkdale for most of its 28 years of December art show in the Clark Memorial Clubhouse. Foutz molds detailed clay figure collector chess sets in various themes while Miller orchestrates multi-media sculpture from wire, art film and fire.  These Made In Clarkdale Artists join the resident artists from The Manheim Gallery for an exciting evening of creativity and expression through art.

“Summertime at The Manheim.” will continue until September 26, 2015.  It is open Wednesday through Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm.

The 2nd Saturday Old Town Art Walk was revived in May, 2015 to bring new art and artists in house, live music, fine wines and other special food and liquor offerings to those who wish to stroll Old Town starting at The Manheim Gallery and winding their way to the far side of the S-curve heading out towards Clarkdale and Jerome. Look for the red lights at participating merchants. For information on Summertime at the Manheim “like us” on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/MadeInClarkdale or e-mail info@MadeInClarkdale.org. To learn more about Made In Clarkdale and The Manheim Gallery visit the following websites: www.MadeInClarkdale.org or www.themanheimgallery.com.

Sam Pace Band
Aug 29 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Sam Pace

Sam Pace

In 2011 Sam Pace moved to Austin, TX, a place where he knew no one and had never been before.

Having just released his debut album, “Let the Big Dog Eat”, Pace sought a band to lead and stake to claim.

After 2 months in Austin, Pace met two young musicians named Jake Causey and Patrick Sanderson. With Causey on drums and Sanderson on bass, the three got down to work immediately and formed the band which would later be called: Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit.

In the summer of 2012, Pace and the Grit released their debut album, “The Feelin’”. Shortly after they embarked on a national tour that took them all over the eastern and middle parts of the United States.

“We play Rock n’ Roll smooth and dirty, Soul music mean, and we’re not afraid to get a little weird,” says Pace.

After Causey left the band, Seth Fasske took over as drummer and the Grit began their relentless performance schedule.

In an 18 month span the band played over 225 shows and embarked on a month-long national tour that spanned all the way from New York City to the Rocky Mountains.

By December of 2013, the Grit were at Groovemaster Studios in Chicago, working with the highly experienced Chris Kress as their producer for hire. There they cut what will be their third and most ambitious album to date: “Rapture”.

“Rapture” was released in July 2014 to rave reviews. Two weeks after the release of the album the band spent a month touring the U.S. West Coast and Mountain Regions, including Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado and New Mexico.

SP and the Double G are regulars around Austin and tour throughout the year. Their next album is scheduled for 2017.

Buy their albums. See ’em live. Spread the word.

https://www.facebook.com/sampaceusa/timeline

 

Blazin’ M Cowboys, Dinner Show @ Blazin M Ranch
Aug 29 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Blazin’ M Ranch – 1875 Mabery Ranch Rd., Old Town Cottonwood. 800-937-8643, www.BlazinM.com
5 p.m.: Blazin’ M Cowboys, Dinner Show

Gaetano @ Amara Hundred Rox
Aug 29 @ 6:00 pm

Saltrock – 100 Amara Lane, Sedona. 928-282-4828, www.amararesort.com
6-9pm

Clarkdale Concert n the Park w/ Trotters Wake Irish Band @ Clarkdale Town Park
Aug 29 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Miller, Martin & Ki “Rockin’ & Blue” @ The Marketplace Cafe
Aug 29 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sat. Aug. 29, 6-9PM: @ Marketplace Cafe  ~  Miller, Martin & Ki “Rockin’ & Blue”
Bill Barns @ Cucina Rustica
Aug 29 @ 6:30 pm

Cucina Rustica – Tequa Plaza, 7000 SR 179, VOC. 928-284-3010, www.cucinarustica.com
6:30 pm:

Les Czimber, piano, & Zach Downes, bass @ Dahl &; DiLuca Ristorante Italiano
Aug 29 @ 6:30 pm

Dahl & Di Luca Ristorante Italiano – 2321 W. 89A, Sedona. 928-282-5219, www.dahlanddiluca.com.

Rob Steffen guitar & vocals 7-10 @ Vino di Sedona
Aug 29 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Open Mic. With James Turner @ Oak Creek Brewing
Aug 29 @ 8:00 pm

Oak Creek Brewing Co. – 2050 Yavapai Drive, Sedona. 928-204-1300, www.oakcreekbrew.com
starts at 8 p.m.

DJ Johhny K. @ Bootlegger's
Aug 29 @ 9:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Bootleggers Beer Club – 1028 N Main, Old Town Cottonwood
DJ Johhny K. 9 p.m.

Live Music @ Chaparral Bar
Aug 29 @ 9:00 pm

Chaparral Bar – 325 S. Main St., Cottonwood. 928-634-2131
2 p.m. 3 Ball Tournament 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Music

Sam Pace Band
Aug 29 @ 9:00 pm – Aug 30 @ 12:00 am
Sam Pace

Sam Pace

In 2011 Sam Pace moved to Austin, TX, a place where he knew no one and had never been before.

Having just released his debut album, “Let the Big Dog Eat”, Pace sought a band to lead and stake to claim.

After 2 months in Austin, Pace met two young musicians named Jake Causey and Patrick Sanderson. With Causey on drums and Sanderson on bass, the three got down to work immediately and formed the band which would later be called: Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit.

In the summer of 2012, Pace and the Grit released their debut album, “The Feelin’”. Shortly after they embarked on a national tour that took them all over the eastern and middle parts of the United States.

“We play Rock n’ Roll smooth and dirty, Soul music mean, and we’re not afraid to get a little weird,” says Pace.

After Causey left the band, Seth Fasske took over as drummer and the Grit began their relentless performance schedule.

In an 18 month span the band played over 225 shows and embarked on a month-long national tour that spanned all the way from New York City to the Rocky Mountains.

By December of 2013, the Grit were at Groovemaster Studios in Chicago, working with the highly experienced Chris Kress as their producer for hire. There they cut what will be their third and most ambitious album to date: “Rapture”.

“Rapture” was released in July 2014 to rave reviews. Two weeks after the release of the album the band spent a month touring the U.S. West Coast and Mountain Regions, including Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado and New Mexico.

SP and the Double G are regulars around Austin and tour throughout the year. Their next album is scheduled for 2017.

Buy their albums. See ’em live. Spread the word.

https://www.facebook.com/sampaceusa/timeline

Aug
30
Sun
2015
Kingdom of Atenveldt‎ Fall Crown Tournament and Warlord – BoGM @ Watson Lake Park
Aug 30 – Aug 31 all-day

August 29, 2015 and August 30, 2015
Draw nigh, all ye of Atenveldt, as the time draws near for the birthing of a new king. Behold the chivalry of mighty warriors as they attempt to draw the sword from the stone for the honor of those who inspire them. The Barony of Granite Mountain welcomes you to attend TRM Morgan and Elizabeth, as they witness the trials of these noble fighters during Atenveldt Crown List.

The battlefield is Watson Lake Park, four miles north of Prescott, Arizona. The day is August 29, 2015. Crown list will take place on Saturday, followed by Warlord Tournament on Sunday. The site fee is $10 for members with a $5 non-member surcharge. The park will charge $2 per car for parking.

Dave’s Church of Dog without Dogma @ The Red Rooster Cafe
Aug 30 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Wake up with Dave Rentz, drums,  percussion, and puns.

Bloody Mary Grateful Dead Hour @ Bird Cage Saloon
Aug 30 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
David Parker & The Big Time
Aug 30 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

david parker

 

David Parker and the Big Time

Join us in welcoming Singer/Songwriter David Parker and the Big Time from Sedona!

http://www.davidparkermusic.com/DavidParkerCountry.html

Blazin’ M Cowboys, Dinner Show @ Blazin M Ranch
Aug 30 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Blazin’ M Ranch – 1875 Mabery Ranch Rd., Old Town Cottonwood. 800-937-8643, www.BlazinM.com
5 p.m.: Blazin’ M Cowboys, Dinner Show

Goodwin St. Gang jazz quartet @ El Gato Azul
Aug 30 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Goodwin St. Gang  jazz quartet at Barry’s El Gato Azul in Prescott every Sunday evening from 5-8pm.  We’re exploring more Clare Fisher and Horace Silver tunes along with tasty selections from the Great American Songbook . Good food, fun and vocals by our Chef Barry Barbe. (Located on Goodwin street off of Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott.)

Guitarist Rick Cyge @ Golden Goose Cafe
Aug 30 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Golden Goose Café – 2545 W. Hwy 89A, Sedona. 928-282-1447
Guitarist Rick Cyge 5-8 p.m.

Flamenco in the Courtyard with Gaetano and Adriel @ El Rincon’s Restaurant -
Aug 30 @ 5:30 pm

El Rincon’s Restaurant – 336 Arizona 179, Sedona 928-282-4648 www.elrinconrestaurant.com
5:30-7:30pm

Linda Sandoval, Jazz Singer and Pianist @ René Restaurant
Aug 30 @ 5:30 pm

Rene Restaurant – 336 Highway 179 # B118, Sedona. 928-282-9225, www.rene-sedona.com
5:30 p.m.

Paint~n~Play Open Jam hosted by Jim French 6-9 @ Vino di Sedona
Aug 30 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Bill Barns @ Cucina Rustica
Aug 30 @ 6:30 pm

Cucina Rustica – Tequa Plaza, 7000 SR 179, VOC. 928-284-3010, www.cucinarustica.com
6:30 pm:

Sunny Hessler, piano. @ Dahl &; DiLuca Ristorante Italiano
Aug 30 @ 6:30 pm

Dahl & Di Luca Ristorante Italiano – 2321 W. 89A, Sedona. 928-282-5219, www.dahlanddiluca.com.

Aug
31
Mon
2015
Live Music with Fitzhugh Jenkins @ Thai Palace Uptown -
Aug 31 @ 5:00 pm

Thai Palace Uptown – 260 Van Deren St., Sedona. 928-282-8424
5 pm:

Flamenco in the Courtyard with Gaetano and Adriel @ El Rincon’s Restaurant -
Aug 31 @ 5:30 pm

El Rincon’s Restaurant – 336 Arizona 179, Sedona 928-282-4648 www.elrinconrestaurant.com
5:30-7:30pm