Upcoming Events in Wickenburg Arizona
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Gold Rush Days
- Senior pro rodeo, gold panning, carnival, western dances, arts & crafts, BBQ, gem show, mucking & drilling contest, contests, 4th largest parade in the state on Sat. morning.
Wickenburg's biggest annual event -- which is rumored to be one of the top 100 Events in the US -- is Gold Rush Days. Held the second weekend in February, this event has been a major part of Wickenburg's activities for over 52 years. 30,000 to 40,000 people converge on the town to enjoy a wide variety of entertainment, as well as an arts and crafts show that can satisfy anyone's need to shop.
Ph: 928-684-5479 (Always call and confirm events)
Gold Panning & Car Show
- Tours, pan for gold, car show or participate in a Geocach hunt.
Address: Robson's Mining World , Wickenburg, Arizona
Great Strides Vulture Peak Hike
- The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will be holding their annual Great Strides walk at Vulture Peak in Wickenburg, AZ. Check-in begins at 8:00 a.m.
Take the Challenge and Conquer one of Arizona's famous hiking trails and help make a difference in the lives of those living with cystic fibrosis. Come Celebrate with Food, Exercise and Fun!
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Annual Desert Caballeros Horse Ride
- The folks who live in Wickenburg are proud that the town is widely known as "the West's Most Western Town." One of the events that Wickenburg is famous for is the annual Desert Caballeros Ride.
A caballero (pronounced "cab-ee-air-owe") is a cowboy. The Desert Caballeros is a group of about 240 men from all over the country, Canada, and overseas, who gather annually for this ride. The first ride was in 1947, the year that the old Wickenburg Rodeo closed down. The riders have gathered annually since then for this 100-mile round-trip ride into the Weaver and Bradshaw mountains northeast of Wickenburg.
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WHS Class Reunion
- Class of 1956.
Address: Wickenburg Community Center , Wickenburg, Arizona
Fourth of July Celebration
- Festivities include spectacular fireworks, watermelon bust, and fun and games for the family. 6:30-9:30pm.
Address: Sunset Park , Wickenburg, Arizona
- On the first Saturday in September, Wickenburg celebrates its Hispanic heritage. Enjoy folklorico dancers, mariachi music, mercado, a salsa-making contest, arts and crafts booths, and a tasty food fair. 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
Address: Wickenburg Community Center, 160 N. Valentine Street , Wickenburg, Arizona
Annual Fly In and Classic Car Show
- Held the second Saturday in October, this event features airplanes from all over the southwest and an aerobatics display, model airplane exhibit, and pancake breakfast. 7:30 am - 1:30 pm.
Address: Wickenburg Airport , Wickenburg, Arizona
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Annual Indian Arts Show & Sale
- Pottery, Rugs, Jewelry, Paintings, Clothing, Food, & Dancers and Music.
Saturday 9am to 5pm & Sunday 9am to 3pm.
Address: 125 N.Vulture Mine Rd. Wickenburg, AZ 85390 , Wickenburg, Arizona
Spirit of the Vulture Halloween BBQ
- Enjoy a special Halloween treat at the Vulture Gold Mine Sunday, October 31, 3 -8 p.m. The event is hosted by the Vulture Mine Preservation and Restoration Association.
The excitement begins at 3 p.m. with a guided tour of Henry Wickenburg's 1863 Gold Mine, followed at 4 p.m. by stories from AZ's Historian Marshall Trimble and AZ's Unofficial Liar Jim Cook. After an old-fashioned western style BBQ dinner at 5 p.m., Phoenix area paranormal research groups will share stories of spooky encounters at the mine. A silent auction and raffle will end the evening.
Reservations are required. Cost is $45 in advance or $50 cash at the door. Tickets can be pre-purchased with a credit card at our website: savevulturemine.org. Or mail a check to VMPRA, PO Box 1863, Wickenburg, AZ 85390. Cash only at the door.
For more information or reservations call Ernie at 928-232-9125 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vulture Mine Preservation and Restoration Association is an AZ non-profit corporation, IRS 501(c) 3 status pending, whose mission is to purchase and restore the Vulture Gold Mine and adjoining Vulture City to preserve, interpret and share the mine's legacy and its importance to the development of Wickenburg and the Western United States.
Address: Vulture Mine located on Vulture Mine Road, Wickenburg, just 12 miles south of the Wickenburg Way and Vulture Mine Road intersection. , Wickenburg, Arizona
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Annual 4-Corners Bluegrass Festival
- Held the second full weekend in November for over 20 years, this three day event has featured the Four Corners championship contests for fiddle, flat pick guitar, banjo and mandolin. It draws thousands of spectators from throughout the southwest. Arts & crafts, KIDSZone, food. Friday, 1-5 pm; Sat/Sun, 8 am - 5:30 pm.
Address: Bowman Rodeo Grounds , Wickenburg, Arizona
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Annual Gem & Art Fair
- Address: Wickenburg Community Center , Wickenburg, Arizona
Ph: 928-684-0099 (Always call and confirm events)
|20 - 22||Annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering - Join cowboy poets the first weekend in December for offerings of poems, songs and ideas with a western theme.|
Annual Christmas Parade of Lights
- This hometown pre-Christmas Parade of Lights features luminated entries in a variety of categories from stagecoaches to floats and individuals draped with colorful lights. 6:30 pm.
Ph: 928-684-5479 (Always call and confirm events)