Kingman Events & Tourism News

Published by The Bee News

February 15, 2024

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Kingman events and tourism news leaves little doubt that the last weeks of winter will be busy in the town billed as the heart of historic Route 66. First, event information from the Kingman Office of Tourism.

February 16, 17, 18 – Desert Diamond Distillery Special – Desert Diamond Distillery is a peaceful place to take a break, grab a snack, maybe try a tasting of internationally awarded spirits made in AZ (they make rums, vodka, and whiskey, and their 6-year and 10-year aged products have been ranked in the top ten in the World *IWSC 2021). D3 is 100% family owned and operated located just off scenic Highway 66 at the Kingman Airport, just four miles from I-40. The Distillery is one of a few in the state that is open to the public and has the privilege of having a retail outlet with a famous tasting bar that was rescued from a famous French restaurant on the old Las Vegas strip.

February 17 – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart Drag Show – Doors open 5pm. Showtime 6pm. 18+ w/ ID to enter. 21+ w ID to drink. $5 Cover. Located at Black Bridge Brewery, 421 E Beale St. 

February 18 – Random Acts of Kindness Market – Celebrating National Random Acts of Kindness Week! Sprinkle kindness wherever you go. Enjoy 40+ merchants, music, giveaways, and food trucks! 10am – 3pm. Located at Beale Celebrations, 201 N 4th St. 

February 23 & 24 – Jeremy Fass Benefit Concert – Join us for a Heartwarming Benefit Concert. You’re invited to a special two-day event supporting our beloved friend, local musician, and small business owner, Jeremy Fass. On December 16th, Jeremy sustained a brain injury from a fall. While he’s on the road to recovery, the journey ahead is significant. Dates: February 23rd and 24th Time: 6:00 PM onwards Location: Cellar Door Beer & Wine Bar Experience the magic of music and solidarity as Jeremy’s talented musician friends come together to create an unforgettable night. Your attendance will celebrate the spirit of our community, our vibrant local music scene and Jeremy’s healing process. All proceeds from the concert will go directly to support Jeremy and his family during this challenging time and make a difference in their journey to healing. Let’s unite as a community and show Jeremy the strength of our support. Purchase your tickets now and be part of a night filled with music, love, and hope. Ticket Prices: $30. Available at the Ticketing Link: Stop by The Cellar Door Beer and Wine Bar to make a donation or purchase raffle tickets for prizes from local businesses.

February 24 – The Traveling Comic Book Store – Happening at the Best Western Plus Kings Inn and Suites! 2930 E Andy Devine Ave. Everything you can find at a comic book store. Hours are 9am-3pm. Admission is $1 for adults and kids 12 and under get in free. The admission is also an entry into a raffle for the $50 shopping spree! Drawing at 2:30pm.

February 24 – Our Time Our History Presentation – He Stands in the Sun: The Life, Legacy, & Art of Kiowa Artist T.C. Cannon Come learn from Carrie Calisay Cannon about the talented, innovative, and visionary Kiowa and Cadda Tribal artist T.C. Cannon. His Kiowa Indian name is: “He Who Stands in the Sun” or Pai-doung-u-day. He is considered one of the most talented Native American artists of the 20th century whose paintings continue to influence new generations of Native artists. As a natural born innovator and visionary Kiowa and Caddo tribal artist T.C. Cannon was a tour de force. Cannon utilized striking color combinations, bold juxtapositions, and artfully portrayed motifs, irony, and humor deeply rooted in his cultural heritage. Explore T.C. Cannon’s life and heritage, and the depth of his art, skill, and paramount accomplishments as a multitalented artist. Brought to you by Sounds of Kingman.

Sounds of Kingman will also host a program by author Jim HInckley of Jim Hinckley’s America on March 16, 1:00, at the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce conference room, 309 East Beale Street. Dawn of The Great American Road Trip is a fun filled and informative program is an adventure through time. Jim HInckley is an internationally acclaimed author, lecturer, and humorist that has shared stories about the infancy of the American auto industry, the great American road trip, and Route 66 at events throughout the United States and in Europe.

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