Stagecoach Village Arts Festival running this weekend
CAVE CREEK – The Stagecoach Village Arts Festival is coming to Cave Creek this weekend. Stop by the festival and enjoy a fun-filled weekend of art, wine, music, and holiday shopping all in one great location, open-air location. The festival, which is being presented by Vermillion Promotions, will run Nov. 27-29, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. each day.
The Stagecoach Village Arts Festival will feature daily musical performances by Bluesman Mike Anderson and the Blues Review Band, Inka Gold, Estun-Bah, and the Yellow Bird Dancers. Among the featured artists are Marilyn Endres and Eucled Moore, a creative pair of traditional wood turners who use glass seed beads to mosaic their vessels and platters using a contemporary version of Huichol bead art and a variety of designs from around the world.
A variety of juried fine artists will be exhibiting at the festival. These artists’ original works include paintings, sculptures in bronze, stone, glass, metal, wood, mixed media, fine photography, jewelry, leather apparel, and exquisite hand crafted one-of-a-kind Santa figures, baskets, and home décor.
Admission and parking for the Stagecoach Village Arts Festival is free. Stagecoach Village is located at 7100 East Cave Creek Road, in Cave Creek.
For more information, call (623) 734-6526 or go online to www.vermillionpromotions.com.