The Tempe Festival of the Arts is a well loved community event that showcases over 350 artists from around the country. It is an urban fine art festival that features visual artists from around the country. In addition, a section of the festival is dedicated to Cottage Arts, such as handmade seasonings, soaps, candles and sauces. There are two stages with live music all three days, a kids interactive area, a wine tasting event and many other features that make it a festival for the entire family.
We love this event! The sixth annual Southeast Arizona Wine Growers Festival will be held March 10th and 11th, 2018 from
Tubac Festival of the Arts, February 7–11, 2018, 10am to 5pm – Tubac Chamber of Commerce is proud to sponsor the 59th Annual Festival of the Arts. The festival showcases the work of hundreds of visiting artists from around the country. The food court features a variety of international fare. There will also be a beer garden with music. Free admission; parking is $8 per car with proceeds benefiting local nonprofits.
We'll be at the Rapa River venue, next to Days Inn on the west side I-10 frontage road, with our all natural honey caramels, organic Peruvian chocolate, and organic Sonoran Desert honey. Stop by for your free samples! Gems and Untamed Confections....what could be better!
The time has come for the Annual Casa Grande Downtown Street Fair! Come and see over 200 exhibitors with Untamed Confections all natural honey caramels and organic chocolates, jewelry, paintings, sculptures, and so much more!
This nearly 50-year-old, family-friendly tradition brings over 500,000 people to the heart of the Old Pueblo every year. The Fair hosts artists from around the world, decadent food, local entertainment and a lot of fun! The Fair is biannual, taking full advantage of our wonderful Sonoran Dessert climate, with one in the Winter and the other in Spring.
We're in booth 702c, at the corner of 4th Ave and 4th Street. C'mon by and enjoy some free taste samples!
Luminaria Nights –is Tubac’s annual celebration of the Holiday Season! The streets are lined with luminaries and the stores are open until 9 PM. Join us at sunset for great homemade food, christmas music with Marni Kennedy!
This is our annual way to say 'thanks!' to all our friends and customers who've supported us throughout the year. We serve free refreshments and some amazing, just for this night, special goodies you don't want to miss. Enjoy the beauty of Tubac, the mountains in twilight, the wonderful luminaries throughout town, our great weather, live music with Marni Kennedy, and our exceptional all natural confections.
Come November 18, Agave Farms in downtown Phoenix will be abuzz with the Inaugural Arizona Honeybee Festival. Educational programs featuring the ASU Bee lab, local beekeepers, and other experts will be sharing their experience and knowledge through lectures, demonstrations, and exhibits. There will be musical entertainment, food trucks sharing their sweet honey recipes, and lots of activities for kids. In addition, attendees can learn how to creatively plant their gardens to help feed all of our pollinators. It is important for the community to appreciate and understand the importance of bees in our environment and food supply. And, of course, Untamed Confections!
After a busy harvest season, what better way than to kick back and party? This festival is a prime opportunity to taste Sonoita Vineyards newly released wine, as well as some soon to be released wine, straight from the barrel! In recent years we’ve also invited the other Sonoita AVA wineries and vineyards to join us at our location.
Untamed Confections will be there with our amazing organic chocolate and honey caramels to compliment your wine choices. Stop by for free taste samples! It's going to be a gorgeous autumn day to be outside in wonderful SE Arizona.
Plan to attend the 17th Annual Roundup and Open House on Saturday, November 4, 2017. It’s an exciting, educational, and fun family event. Empire Ranch in Sonoita is an historic landmark for western ranching, and numerous movies have been filmed here. This will be a fun filled day for the whole family, and a chance to see an authentic western ranch.
Be sure to stop by our booth, pahdnahs, for some of our delicious all natural Sonoran Desert Honey Caramels and Peruvian organic chocolate confections. We'll have free taste samples ready for ya!
Fall Arts & Craft Festival, November 3, 4 & 5, 2017 – After 58 years of producing a successful arts festival in February, the Tubac Chamber has added a new juried arts and crafts show just in time for holiday shopping. Free entrance. $8 parking which proceeds benefit local non-profits.
Our Tubac shop will be open all weekend long, with live music in front for your entertainment. Come on in and watch us make these delicious honey based confections, and belly up to the bar to enjoy free taste samples in our adjoining tasting room!
Our 5th Annual Halloween Spooktacular! This is a FREE Event.
Games galore, spooky music, costume contest, Gift Basket Giveaway, and of course our Amazing Caramel Apples!
Proceeds from gift basket tickets to be donated to NAMI Southern Arizona National Alliance on Mental Illness.
"One of the world's greatest botanical gardens." Our 2017 homage to the cult of the fiery chile—and decadent chocolate—also celebrates another enduring tradition of the borderlands, Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), a time we remember and honor those who have gone before. Throughout the grounds, vendors feature chile and Day of the Dead inspired crafts and chile and chocolate culinary delights. Enjoy culinary demonstrations, chile roasters, musical entertainment, local artists, sales of ornamental and edible chile plants, free Day of the Dead-themed face painting and children’s activities.
Stop by and fire up your taste buds for our all natural honey caramels and organic chocolate confections! Honey is our only sweetener! And before you come, adopt your very own bee!
Tohono Chul Celebrates the Nature of the Sonoran Desert
A visit to the gardens of Tohono Chul can last half an hour or become an all day experience. Our gardens demonstrate our goal of creating spaces of beauty that attract wildlife, utilizing native and adapted plants. The Park’s plantings have been designed especially to attract butterflies and hummingbirds, which will be seen throughout our gardens.
The gardens also reflect the wide range of habitats in the Sonoran Desert, including riparian areas and the elusive desert palm canyons. The Sonoran Desert is much more than saguaros and prickly pears.
Our greenhouse propagates native, arid-adapted and cold-hardy plants to be used throughout the Tucson landscape. It’s just one of the many things we do to help the nature of the Sonoran Desert.
The festival is held in Railroad Park in historic downtown Willcox, an hour's drive east of Tucson on I-10. The 7th annual Willcox Wine Country Fall Festival features 15 Arizona Farm Wineries from Willcox Wine Country or with ties to the region, top music acts from Phoenix and Tucson, a Street Bistro featuring Dante's Fire from Tucson, over 45 local artists, crafts, and locally grown pistachios and pecans and a Benefit Wine Dinner with Willcox Wineries and Chef Ken Foy!
We'll be there with our all natural honey caramels, world famous Salted Desert Tortoise and Baby Tortoise, and more Peruvian organic chocolate. Cheers!
Tickets for the Fall Festival are available now!
Tasting tickets are also available at the gate, however, purchasing on Eventbrite has a discount, refund policy, and an express check-in for Eventbrite ticket holders! Designated drivers, underage family members, and non-drinkers are admitted FREE.
You can also purchase tickets to reserve your seats at the Bistro Wine Dinner Saturday evening. Dress casual and come to the Willcox Community Center on Stewart Street (2 blocks north of the festival) for a reception at 6pm and dinner at 7pm. $45 per seat includes a gourmet dinner by Chef Ken Foy from Dante's Fire, paired with wines from several Willcox wineries, and live entertainment. All net proceeds benefit the Northern Cochise Community Hospital.
Tucson Meet Yourself is an annual celebration of the living traditional arts of Southern Arizona's and Northern Mexico's diverse ethnic and folk communities. Each October, the three-day event features hundreds of artisans, home cooks, dancers, musicians and special exhibits that celebrate and honor beauty in all its diverse, informal, and everyday forms.
Be sure to stop by our booth on Pennington Street C-14 for some special tastings of our all natural treats!
We'll be in the shady and beautiful yard at the Mesquite Grove Gallery in gorgeous Patagonia, AZ this weekend too! Come on by for free tastings of our all natural honey confections.
Twenty-eight years ago the Town of Patagonia held its first fall festival to showcase extraordinary talent and artistry against the beautiful backdrop of our community, nestled at over 4000 feet in the mountains of Southeast Arizona.
Now the festival attracts more than 15,000 visitors to our lovely tree-shaded park in the center of town over a festive 3-day weekend, presented by the Sky Islands Tourism Association
The arts and crafts exhibitors are invited to bring you the most unique and unusual high quality desirables, produced with excellent care, creativity and craftsmanship.
The festival hosts top-of-the-line entertainment on each day of the event. Entertainers represent a great mix of styles sure to please every taste.
Escape the city, come check out Arizona’s original wine country.
A beautiful day in the country, Arizona Hops and Vines 6th Annual Great Crush wine festival features barefoot grape-stomping, live music, Hops & Vines’ amazing wine, and delicious food and Untamed Confections!
Join us for a cool weekend in the pines in Pinetop, AZ, for wonderful art in a peaceful, cool setting. Enjoy Labor Day weekend in a non-labor way with some of our delicious all natural honey caramels and Peruvian organic chocolate goodies while perusing beautiful, engaging artists and their fine art creations. For more information An Art Affaire, Pine Top, AZ
Join us for another fun filled day in cool Arizona wine country. A wonderful way to spend the day with wine and chocolate! Kief is celebrating this year's harvest 2015 Barrelhead Merlot, which is named in honor of the single barrel that fell off the rack, injuring winemaker Kief Manning.
The Superior, Arizona Chamber of Commerce is presenting the 6th Annual Prickly Pear Festival! Saturday August 19th, 2017 in beautiful Downtown Superior. This annual event has become a true “Celebration of our Incredible Edible Desert” with the humble and hardy Prickly Pear Cactus as the beloved mascot!
The event will get started with a pancake breakfast, where you can drizzle Prickly Pear syrup on your pancakes. The breakfast is sponsored by the local VFW at 405 Main Street and proceeds benefit the activities of the post.
After you have fueled up on pancakes and all the fixings, start your adventure by visiting the Prickly Pear Marketplace and attending sessions with guest speakers at the original Superior High School located at 98 High School Avenue. Vendors will be selling everything from Prickly Pear soap, Art, an assortment of foods, and homeopathic items. There is something for everyone at this unique Marketplace. Vendors will be open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
We’ve combined our two craziest events into one completely insane event: The Bad Decisions bacon, chocolate and booze camp out and meteor shower. Wine by us and also tons of other amazing Arizona wineries, beer by our favorite local breweries and distilleries, food trucks, local restaurants, s'mores, astronomy geekery, camping, and tons of live bands and entertainment. And since it’s an overnight campout, that means no DD required!
Holding to our fine tradition of pairing things that are unhealthily amazing (Cheetos, cupcakes), we are pairing chocolate, bacon, wine, and beer. We’ll also have tons of awesome food trucks. Food is not included in admission price.
Come on out to the The Mall at Sierra Vista, for some amazing local artisan crafts, and sample some of our delicious honey confections while enjoying the cool indoors! Visit Cochise Crafters website to find out more!