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ArtFest' of Scottsdale

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The annual ArtFest of Scottsdale is one of the valley's most popular holiday traditions. Downtown Scottsdale features 200 artists from across the country where you can find that one of a kind gift just in time for the holidays. 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.

ArtFest' of Scottsdale

Address : Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza, 7380 E. 2nd St. Scottsdale 85251 Scottsdale AZ
Phone : 888-ART-FEST   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : FREE ADMISSION ~ FREE PARKING

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