The 6th Street Market is a weekly event highlighting the uniquely fantastic selection of Arizona-made goods in Downtown Tempe. Local makers and musicians showcase the incredible array of talent present in Tempe and the growing entrepreneurial spirit of artists and makers in the Phoenix area. Upwards of 100 vendors are juried to participate in the market throughout the season, with 30-40 makers and a few local musicians being featured at each weekly market.
This weekly event is the perfect blend of local artisans & makers, live music, and community right in the heart of Downtown Tempe at the popular 6th Street Park surrounding City Hall. Visit the 6th Street Market on Sundays from 10a-3p, October 14th through April 14th to eat, drink and shop local handmade goods!
The Fountain Festival of Arts & Crafts features nearly 500 artisans, live music, food vendors and beer garden. All applications going through a jurying process where only the top artists in each category are accepted. It’s the perfect place to do holiday shopping, purchase art and enjoy good food and live entertainment. Many of the artists at the Fountain Festival offer unique holiday-themed ornaments that have become family tradition. It’s a terrific way to start your holiday shopping.
The annual ArtFest of Scottsdale is one of the valley’s most popular traditions. Downtown Scottsdale features 150 artists from across the country where you can find one of a kind art. Visitors will enjoy fine art, fine crafts, local authors, live music throughout the festival, taste tempting foods in a beautiful sculpture garden setting. Other amenities include hands on kids activities, Scottsdale art museum, great restaurants, plenty of close parking and unique shops.
ArtFest™ of Scottsdale is known for cutting edge contemporary art.
The Tempe Festival of the Arts is a well-loved community event that showcases over 350 artists from around the country and is celebrating its 50th anniversary this Fall! This urban fine art festival features visual artists from around the country. There are two stages with live music all three days, a Kids Block including a K-12 Exhibition, a wine tasting event and many other features that make it a festival for the entire family.
Selected by an experienced jury, the arts and craft fair is designed to attract a variety of high quality handmade art and fine crafts by artists from around the world. The artists’ work is the focal point of the festival. The proceeds generated from the Fair directly support infrastructure and services in the Fourth Avenue Business District, surrounding neighborhood association enrichment projects, multiple community nonprofits and multiple free special community events for all the guests of Tucson’s Historic Fourth Avenue.