The Village of Tubac hosts Southern Arizona's longest running out- door arts festival, Feb 5-9, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily. The festival is now in its sixth decade and draws tens of thousands of visitors each season. The juried event showcases the work of visiting artists from around the country and as far away as Canada. Each year, approximately 200 visiting artists exhibit their works along the village streets, mixed in with the more than 120 shops, fine art galleries and working artist studios. Highlights include a wine and beer garden, live entertainment, and more than a dozen festival eateries. https://tubacaz.com/festival-of-the-arts/
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