Arizona February 17, 2018
These 6 Fantastic Street Fairs Will Show You The Best Of Arizona
Looking for something fun to do later this year that will help you feel at home in Arizona? Check out these fun fairs that showcase Arizona’s unique communities!
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. Apache Leap Mining Festival, Superior
Taking place on Superior’s Main Street, this festival celebrates the town’s main source of economy: mining. Enjoy a carnival, beer garden, chihuahua races, and even a mining competition.
Dates: March 16-18, 2018
2. Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair, Tucson
Weird, artsy, and colorful, this street fair celebrates all the joys you’ll find on Tucson’s 4th Avenue. The street fair is held twice each year—in winter then again in spring—and for 50 years it has allowed residents and visitors to celebrate the community, support local artists, and enjoy a day out in town.
Dates: March 2-4, 2018
3. Melrose on 7th Avenue Street Fair, Phoenix
The Melrose district in Phoenix is situated along 7th Avenue between Indian School and Camelback. Long associated with art, vintage shops, and tasty food, you can celebrate the fun at a street fair that features local food trucks, live music, and a concurrent classic car show taking place.
Date: March 3, 2018
4. Route 66 Festival and Gunslinger Car Show, Holbrook
Celebrate the famous highway that runs through Happy Holbrook with this two-day annual festival. Listen to live bands, play family-friendly activities, check out a classic car show, and more!
Dates: TBA but it usually takes place in early June
5. West End Fair, Sierra Vista
This fair celebrates the West End of Sierra Vista and is a fun community event filled with food, music, and fun. Browse artist exhibits, vendor sales, and even a car show.
Dates: May 5, 2018
6. Wyatt Earp Days, Tombstone
This isn’t exactly a neighborhood street fair but it does take place on Allen Street, Tombstone’s historic street that signals back to the Old West. The fair honors Earp, the town’s most famous lawman with Tombstone-style entertainment and a chili cook-off.
Dates: May 26-28, 2018
Those looked like fun, didn’t they? Do you want to see some other fantastic festivals taking place in Arizona? You can read about some annual events in
10 Ethnic Festivals In Arizona That Will Wow You In The Best Way Possible.