Hey, Arizona wine lovers, looking for something fun to do this Labor Day weekend? Head on up to Oak Creek Canyon in Cornville, AZ, to the Page Spring Cellars 6th Annual Harvest Festival. Scheduled for this Sunday, September 4, at the Page Spring Cellars Estate Vineyards, doors will open at 3:00 pm and music begins a half hour later.
This family owned winery and vineyard is tucked into the volcanic landscape overlooking pristine Oak Creek, just 15 minutes south of Sedona. Page Springs Cellars offers delicious Rhone style wines, gourmet food selections, and breathtaking views.
“It’s been a particularly rich year, and we anticipate our annual harvest will produce some of the best wines we’ve ever bottled and distributed,” says Eric Glomski, founder of Page Springs Cellars.
While enjoying the amazing wines, you’ll be entertained by a host of fabulous musicians. The Wicked Koalition features a number of touring and recording musicians who have appeared with popular musical legends of the last 30 years, including names like Elton John, Tina Turner, Stevie Wonder, Garth Brooks and B.B. King.
Joining them will be Lemo, featuring Caribbean inspired Calypso and Soca sounds, peppered with a hint of rock.
Also taking the stage will be San Francisco and Monterrey Bay area favorites, Alisa Fineman and Kimball Hurd, who have earned national acclaim touring all over the country.
Last, but certainly not least, Flagstaff local favorite Bluegrass Muskellunge, a contemporary quartet, will churn out high energy bluegrass, great harmonies and fast picking.
Page Springs Cellars wine will be available of course along with delicious food. The hay bale maze will entertain the young ones.
Tickets cost $38 ($28 for Page Springs Cellars and Arizona Stronghold Wine Club Members). Tickets will be $10 more on the day of the event—if any are left for sale. All kids 12 and under are free admission. There will be no onsite parking, free shuttles from offsite lots will be provided.
Call 928.639.3004 x222 or email email@example.com for more info.