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Join us in 2023, to celebrate Rex Allen's 100th birthday!
Parade: Historic Railroad Avenue and Haskell Avenue will be filled with dozens of floats, performers, and more! The parade kicks off Saturday morning at 10:00 AM--arrive early and set up your chairs to watch the action up close!
Rodeo: Grab your seat at Quail Park to watch roping, horse and bull riding. The show starts at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Carnival: Amusement rides, food and gift vendors, live music and more! Kicks off Friday evening at Keiller Park and runs to Sunday afternoon.
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Join us for a family fun weekend and experience a film festival competition solely for the western genre and sub-genres! It'll be filled with great indie films and fun that will be legendary! Our hope is to attract high profile and novice filmmakers, so attendees of the festival will enjoy an array of artistic experiences of western films and individuals driven by the true and raw spirit of independent movie making. The Wild Bunch Film Festival is a competitive event for emerging filmmakers as well as screenwriters, and we hope to inspire and encourage them to pursue courageous and bold artistic visions in the western genre. This festival is known for embracing the heart and spirit of independent western films.
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Join us in the cattle capitol of the world to enjoy rodeo action and slow cooked meals right off the wagon! Bring your family--you'll only find fun like this in the wild west!
For more information please like them on Facebook, or contact WillcoxWestFest@gmail.com or 520-384-2272.
Established in 1993, Wings Over Willcox is one of the oldest festivals in Arizona. This winter celebration of birds and nature brings together people from around the state, country, and world to share in the experience. Thousands of Sandhill Cranes, dozens of raptors on treetops and power poles, and numerous skulking sparrows are highlights of the event, but many other species are found in the valley and mountains during the festival, with well over 100 species seen by the end of the weekend. The festival goes beyond the birds with opportunities to learn the local geology and botany, or visit a working ranch. This community event is a wonderful chance to see old friends and make new ones as you enjoy all the festival offers.
Stay up to date on next year's event on their website.