The Litchfield Park Spring Art & Culinary Festival remains one of the few large art festivals that promotes original arts and crafts created and produced by the individual artisan. The event features over 200 fine artists and craftsmen exhibiting fine arts and crafts.
If you are looking for the fall festival in Litchfield Park, you can find the details about the Litchfield Park Festival of Arts here.
When is the Litchfield Park Spring Art & Culinary Festival?
Saturday, March 8, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, March 9, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where is it?
This is an outdoor festival in the southwest part of the Valley of the Sun. It is located in downtown historic Litchfield Park at the Library Lawn and City Square, next to the Wigwam Resort. Here is a map to historic downtown Litchfield Park. Parking at the festival is free.
How do I get tickets and how much are they?
Admission to the festival, including the pavilions, is free. There will be demonstrations throughout the day in the Culinary Pavilion. Must be 21 or over to enter the Beer & Wine Pavilion. Beer and wine tasting tickets will be sold. Commemorative wine glass & tasting package available for purchase.
What else should I know?
In addition to the artisan village, there are culinary demonstrations by Valley Chefs, live music, and wine tasting. This is an upscale Fine Arts, Fine Crafts and Culinary event; it is geared to adults, although children are certainly permitted to attend.
What if I have more questions?For more information, contact the Litchfield Park Spring Art & Culinary Festival at 623-935-9040 or visit the festival organizers online.
All dates, times, prices and offerings are subject to change without notice.