Stagecoach Village Fine Art and Wine Festival
March 17, 18 & 19, 2017 ~ Stagecoach Village Cave Creek, Arizona
Details & Info:
- Event Hours: 10am – 5pm
- Free Admission and Free Parking
- Festival Information: 623-734-6526
- Location & Direction
- Accomodations: Carefree Resort
- Host City Website: Cave Creek, AZ
Artists & Vendors:
The 8th Annual Stagecoach Village Fine Art & Wine Festival kicks off Arizona’s Festival season in grand style! Nestled in the scenic foothills at the crossroads of Cave Creek and Carefree AZ, Stagecoach offers an ideal atmosphere for outdoor entertainment, surrounded by cactus-studded mountain views and western style architecture during Arizona’s best weather.
Discover the finest works of art in original oils, acrylics, watercolors, stone and bronze sculptures, mixed media, handmade furniture, and exquisite jewelry. And as the sunset turns the sky to rich shades of pink, red and gold, you’ll be reminded why this event has become a "must attend" on every art lovers' calendar.
Inka Gold continues to perform the traditional music of their grand fathers while using traditional instruments to create and perform contemporary pieces. Inka Gold has been performing across the United States since 1998.
Hundreds of years ago a tradition began amongst the ancient Incan people. An elaborate musical tradition which mimicked the roaring winds and sounds of the great Andes Mountains. Instruments made of raw bamboo and clay were created in order to convey the heart felt sentiments of the Incan people. Today in this new millennium Inka Gold continues the traditions created by their ancestors centuries ago.
Tony Duncan - Hoop Dancer
Tony Duncan (Apache, Arikara and Hidatsa) has performed for audiences worldwide including performances at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Smithsonian Museum, The Billboard Music Awards, The Tonight Show, and The White House. Duncan is the current 2013-14 Native American Music Awards ARTIST OF THE YEAR. As a flute player he is currently signed to the largest Native American music label Canyon Records. Read more at Tony Duncans biography.
Duncan is a recording artist and five-time World Champion Hoop Dancer.TOnyDuncanProductions.com
Estun-Bah (pictured right) has gained quick national recognition as a leading musical ensemble. Along with performing at various schools, festivals, art markets and corporate events, Estun-bah has accomplish the following. Performed for United States First Lady Laura Bush, Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts, Washington DC. Performed at the National Museum Of The American Indian - Washington DC, Indian Market - Santa Fe, NM., Heard Museum Fair and Gathering of Nations Pow-Wow, Albuquerque, NM.
The word "Estun-Bah" is an Apache word meaning "For the Woman." The Native American flute was traditionally used as a courting instrument. A man would play the most beautiful song on his flute before approaching a woman to show his honor and respect for the woman.
More information at estunbahmusic.com