Fourth of July in Sedona

July 1, 2017 Leave a Comment

 

Fireworks celebrations have a tough time battling the starlit Sedona skies 365 days per year. However, there are still plenty of ways to show off your patriotism during a Fourth of July in Sedona, starting with the Tlaquepaque’s Sizzlin’ Summer Bash. Held every Fourth of July weekend at the Arts and Crafts Village, this day event is full of pie-eating contests, egg races for little ones, raffle prizes and of course some of the best craft showpieces and shopping in town.

Fourth of July

Here, you’ll find delicious barbeque, live music and non-stop crafts to keep the kids busy. Get your face painted, explore a local fire truck, and don’t forget to check out every booth to unearth the perfect gift or keepsake for yourself. It’s an annual event locals and visitors alike look forward to.

 

An Old-Fashioned Celebration

 

VOCA Park offers a nostalgic take on Fourth of July with a parade full of floats and prized cars, as well as live entertainment. You don’t want to miss the prizes for the best decorated parade attendee, or your chance to cool off at the massive waterslide.

 

Following the parade, it’s all games, fun and grilling until the fireworks show at dusk. Dine on American staples from burgers to hot dogs. There’s no entry fee for this yearly family-friendly event that’s guaranteed to offer all the charm you’re craving.

 

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