Events and Tourism News From Kingman

Published by The Bee News

January 27, 2024

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Events and tourism news from Kingman, Arizonaleaves no doubt. This dusty desert crossroads nestled along iconic Route 66 is fast becoming a destination. A diverse array of events, including a new season of Chillin’ on Beale, fascinating attractions, and great weather. Perfect!

These events were listed by the Kingman Office of Tourism

February 3 – Extreme Dwarfanators Micro Wrestling – Think you’ve seen everything that pro wrestling has to offer? You ain’t seen nothin’ yet! Visit us at our next los mini enmascarados show, and watch these mini masked wrestlers put on performances that will leave you mesmerized! This is in-ring action just as varied as the personalities of the mini masked wrestlers that perform in the squared circle! Stand and cheer as these real-life superheroes perform aerial assaults that seem to defy gravity! Boo and hiss as the villain cheats to win! Pick your jaw off the floor as you watch technical mini masked wrestlers escape submission holds that will have you screaming, “Wow! That had to hurt!” Show located at Mohave County Fairgrounds, 2600 Fairgrounds Blvd. Saturday, February 3rd. 8pm – 10pm Purchase tickets at

 February 3 & 4 – Gun & Knife, Coins & Collectibles Show- College Park Community Center, 1990 Jagerson Ave & Van Nuys, Saturday, 9am – 5pm. Sunday, 9am – 2pm. PUBLIC INVITED! ADMISSION $7. 2-Day Pass $12. Kids 16 & under FREE with ADULT paid admission. For more information call Lon at 928.692.0937 or 928.279.4775 Food available provided by Olympus Diner.

February 4 – Valentine’s Boutique – Come and celebrate our 3-Year Anniversary! Free entry! 50/50 Raffle! Bento Box Raffle! 40+ merchants to shop! Food trucks Wings N’ Tacos, Hillbilly Grind, and Kev OG’z Bread ~ Baked Goods ~ Apparel ~ Wreaths ~ Honey ~ Coffee ~ Crafters ~ Artisans ~ Gens ~ Jewels ~ Nuts ~ Health ~ Wellbeing ~ Handsewn Works ~ 3D Art ~ Fiber Art ~ Bath/Body ~ Jerky/Popcorn ~ Plants ~ Candles ~ Wood Work ~ Tea/Herbs ~ Leather Work Located at Beale Celebrations, 201 N 4th St Downtown Kingman. 10am to 3pm.

February 9 – Get Hitched on 66 – Come celebrate with the Office of Tourism as we unveil Kingman’s newest roadside gem – the Heart of Route 66 neon sign. In addition to the lighting ceremony, three lucky couples will get hitched Vegas-style, officiated by none other than a Las Vegas Elvis-inspired master of ceremonies! Enjoy a Valentine’s-themed car show, pizza from Charlie’s Rustic Pizza, and cupcakes provided by Victoria’s Sugar Shack. Dance the night away after the marriage ceremonies. Event will be on Route 66 between 1st St & 2nd St from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Park in the Kingman Visitor Center parking lot. Call 928.718.2583 or visit for more information.

February 9 – Cupid Family Bingo Night – We would love to have your family and friends join the City Parks Dept for a fun evening of dinner and bingo! Dinner will be potato & ground beef tacos, refried beans, and Mexican rice with dessert and a drink. Bingo will consist of prizes for every winner and the evening will be relaxing and fun! Date: Friday, February 9, 2024 Time: Doors Open 5:30pm / Dinner 6:00-6:45pm / Bingo 6:45-9:00pm Cost: $12 per person registered by Feb 6 & $15 per person at the door. Cost includes: dinner, lemonade or water, dessert, and bingo card $2 for extra bingo card. Location: Kingman Academy of Learning Middle School (Gym) – 3269 Harrison St.

February 10 – Valentine’s Date Night at Sportsman’s Club – Valentine’s Date Night Party! Desert Sky Entertainment will be playing live starting at 7pm. Drink specials for couples and singles! Bring your date down to Sportsman’s Club! The Photo Booth will be set up and we will be selling single flowers, treats, and trinkets for your someone special (while supplies last). So, come on down and enjoy a Valentine’s Date Night in good ol’ Sporties Style. See you there! Located at 317 E Andy Devine Ave.

Coffee With Jim, Sunday mornings at 7:00 on Podbean. This fast paced, fun filled, road trip inspiring live stream podcast on Podbean from Jim Hinckley’s America is always an audio adventre. A full schedule of upcoming programs is posted on the Jim Hinckley’s America website. Scheduled guests include:

  • January 28, Kerry Wiseman Barrick, Oklahoma Route 66 Association and Oklahoma Department of Commerce
  • February 4, Angie Paterek, Route 66 Information Station
  • February 11, Ned Leutchner, owner of Cool Springs, a Route 66 gem
  • February 25, Roy Pickerill, owner of the amazing roadside attraction that is the Pink Elephant Antique Mall in Livingston, Illinois

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