Saturday Event

The 2023 Verde Valley Wine Festival is being held at Riverfront Park, at 1284 E Riverfront Rd., Cottonwood, Arizona with the goal of offering the finest Arizona wineries, breweries, distilleries, and restaurants committed to creating homegrown products for locals and visitors to enjoy. 

The Festival begins at 11 am for General Admission. The festival concludes at 5 pm. This is Northern Arizona’s premier Wine and Culinary festival of the year, featuring wine and beer, culinary delights, live music, and Arizona artisans.

We have tickets for Saturday:

  • General admission ($35 online; $45 the day of the event): Access to the Saturday Main Event on May 20th, from 11 am – 5 pm. This includes a wine glass, 8 tastes of wine or any libation of your choice, and a chance to enjoy music, art and all the fun that the festival has to offer


Coronado Winery




Musicians in the gazebo

The Guitar Brothers

Beautifully blending the sounds and rhythms of their native Greek culture with the warm, inviting romance of the classical Spanish guitar, brothers Thano and Demitri Sahnas have created a magical and intimate Mediterranean style that perfectly complements the powerful jazz-fusion of their popular Phoenix-based band Turning Point. Sahnas—as the brothers are collectively known—has enthralled thousands of people at clubs and arts and crafts festivals throughout the Southwest with their unique hybrid sound.  For Thano and Demitri their mission is simple: play music that touches the heart, and perform it with passion.

What’s The Big Idea

Formed in 2012, “What’s The Big Idea” is a Phoenix-based modern Jazz trio consisting of Drummer David Drew, Bassist Josh Kneisel, and Pianist Michael Kleinschmidt.  Aside from traditional and contemporary jazz influences, “WTBI” transforms modern rock classics from Tool, Green Day, and Pink Floyd into a modern jazz instrumental experience.

Jenn is an independent recording artist, vocalist, songwriter, performer, and music educator having over 10+ years in the industry. Jenn went the more traditional route and received her Bachelors in Vocal Performance from the University of Michigan in 2013.  Since then, she has built her own artist brand, toured across Michigan and Arizona, and self-produced and released a multitude of singles and music videos.

Music is her “happy place” so she decided a few years ago to surround every area of her life with it.