Flagstaff offers visitors an exciting array of unique, entertaining and group friendly events throughout the year. Watch for new events and activities that are added weekly to our online calendar.
Contact the Flagstaff Convention & Visitors Bureau for suggestions for group activities.
You can also check our online calendar for up-to-date details on events.
musnaz.org • Zuni Festival: Fourth weekend in May • Hopi Festival: First weekend in July • Navajo Festival: Last weekend in July or first weekend of August • Celebraciónes de la Gente (Meso-American Festival): Last weekend of October
The MNA Heritage Program offers a balance of ancient and modern cultural presentations, performances and activities that give visitors deeper insight into the Hopi, Navajo, Zuni and Hispanic cultures. Immerse your senses with a rainbow of dress, dance, art and the sounds of ancient drumming and modern Native music. Meet the families who are keeping their Native art forms and customs alive, and learn the cultural significance behind their work.
The 75th Annual Hopi Festival at MNA was named Top 2008 Event in the USA by the American Bus Association.
azcardinals.com • End of July through mid August
Enjoy Flagstaff's fresh mountain air and a magnificent view of the peaks while watching the Arizona Cardinals squad prepare for the upcoming season. The Cardinals training camp at Flagstaff's Northern Arizona University is ranked as one of the top locations to watch a NFL training camp in the country, and it's FREE to attend.
flagstaffartwalk.com • First Friday of each month, 6-9 p.m.
Each month, art galleries and businesses in historic Downtown Flagstaff open their doors with special art exhibitions, performances, live music and more.
flagdba.com • May through mid-September.
Free (family-friendly) movies are shown Friday nights in Heritage Square.
weatherfordhotel.com • New year's eve.
Times Square's glittering ball can't hold a candle to Flagstaff's giant pinecone. Watch it come down to the New Year.
flagstaffroute66days.com • Second weekend in September
Enjoy classic music, car shows, arts, crafts, food and fun as Flagstaff celebrates its heritage on Route 66. This FREE event takes place in Historic Downtown Flagstaff and throughout town.
flagstaffsymphony.org • July 3 and Labor Day Monday
Enjoy an evening under the stars with the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra at the Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill Park.
Thanksgiving to mid January
Flagstaff celebrates the holidays with spectacular light displays at Little America Hotel and in the historic downtown district. Special holiday events, music and family friendly activities are featured each season.