Over 30 years ago, the Town of Patagonia held its first fall festival to showcase extraordinary talent and artistry against the beautiful backdrop of their community, nestled at over 4000
Over 30 years ago, the Town of Patagonia held its first fall festival to showcase extraordinary talent and artistry against the beautiful backdrop of their community, nestled at over 4000 feet in the mountains of Southeast Arizona.
Today, the event hosts top-of-the-line entertainment over two days, as well as featuring food and beverage vendors for every taste along with the offerings of Patagonia’s well-known eateries such as the Velvet Elvis, Gathering Grounds, Wild Horse, El Pancho Villa, Ovens of Patagonia, and the Wagon Wheel Saloon. Event favorites include the Patagonia Library Book Sale, the Fire Department BBQ as well as the SOUTH 33 KidsZone.
The event places a focus on tourism to the Sky Islands region, supporting small businesses, wineries and regional experiences that only Patagonia, Sonoita & Elgin can offer. The weekend will feature the main event which will be located a the Patagonia Town Park, featuring up to 110 artisans, food vendors and exhibitors, as well as live music, entertainment and picnic fun.
We encourage the community to not only visit the artisan market, but to also take part in visiting local wineries, shoppes, outdoor spaces and restaurants.
PATAGONIA TOWN PARK
325 McKeown Ave, Patagonia, AZ 85624
In years gone by, the town park or town square was a gathering place. A place where festivals were held, music played from the gazebo, and young lovers held hands. In Patagonia, it still is. With its charming gazebo and columns, Patagonia’s Town Park is a favorite place for family reunions, quiet walks, football tosses, and local events. Lined with Arizona walnut, desert willow and pine trees, the park provides needed summer shade and a glorious show of color during the autumn months.