Celebrate the holiday season in Sedona, and witness the country’s largest 3D holiday light show in The Most Beautiful Place on Earth.
For 4 days only, don’t miss this once in a lifetime chance to see this spectacular light event and celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Sedona Arts Center. Viewing areas throughout Uptown Sedona and Gallery Row.
Celebrate Sedona's beauty, arts, dark skies and stunning landscapes with the largest 3D mapping project ever done on a natural canvas!
Dates: December 14–December 17 Times: 6:00 pm, 7:00 pm, 8:00 pm and 9:00 pm (approximately 5-6 minute show at the top of each hour) Where: Art Show projected on Camelhead Rock (next to Snoopy Rock) Watch at Sedona Arts Center! Listen: Tune to KYBC 96.3FM and AM1600 in your car or on a radio for holiday music to accompany the light show! Not available via live streaming on a smart phone application due to time delay.
SEDONA ARTS CENTER SPECIAL EVENT HOURS Sedona Arts Center will have special hours during the eventfrom December 14 to 17: Fine Art Gallery will be open 10am to 8:15pm
MEET, GREET & BOOK SIGNING with Author/Illustrator PATRICIA SAXTON!
December 15 & 16 from 6 to 8pm in our Fine Art Gallery
Book signing by children’s author Patricia Saxton on December 15 and 16 from 6 to 8pm
Particia will be selling and signing her books:
The Book of Mermaids, A Book of Fairies, and Book of Dragons, plus her 52 Weeks of Peace postcard book and Mermaid Dress-up toy will be available!
Sedona Poetry Slam
The Sedona Poetry Slam begins its slam season on Saturday, December 16, at 7:30 pm at Sedona Arts Center, 15 Art Barn Road, Uptown Sedona.
A poetry slam is like a series of high-energy, three-minute one-person plays. Slam poetry is an art form that allows written page poets to share their work alongside theatrical performers, hip-hop artists and lyricists. All types of poetry are welcome on the stage, from street-wise hip-hop and narrative performance poems, to political rants and introspective confessionals. Any poem is a “slam” poem if performed in a competition. All poets get three minutes per round to entertain and inspire the audience with their creativity.