Tourism News and Events In Kingman

Published by The Bee News

February 22, 2024

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Tourism news and events in Kingman this spring leave little doubt, this historic desert crossroads is more than a destination. It is an escape from the ordinary at the heart of an adventurers paradise.

  • Kingman Tours is an interactive, self-guided tour of significant historic sites, of public art displays, and sites associated with celebrities as well as filming locations along Route 66 and in historic downtown Kingman. Each point of interest is narrated by acclaimed author and historian Jim Hinckley of Jim Hinckley’s America.
  • Kingman is home to the award winning Desert Diamond Distillery and several microbreweries.
  • The White Cliffs Wagon Road trail system, and the Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area trails, are some of the best urabn hiking and mountain bike trails in the southwest.
  • Kingman is at the center of the longest uninterrupted section of Route 66 remaining. For good reason Route 66 enthusiasts refer to this as 160 miles of smiles.

And here is information on upcoming events provided by the Kingman Office of Tourism.

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: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jeremy-fass-family-benefit-concert-tickets-800120892127 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 – Pop Up Market – Stop by the corner of 2nd St & Andy Devine Ave for a Woman Owned Small Business Market! Over ten different small businesses participating in this fun event. Fashion skincare, décor, ice cream, food trucks, and a great time! 11am to 4pm. 201 E Andy Devine Ave.

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. https://www.soundsofkingman.com Located at 309 E Beale St. Starts at 1pm.

February 24 – Kingman Concert Band Free Concert – The Kingman Concert Band and Journey Church proudly present the “Hooked on Classics” Concert on Saturday, February 24, 2024 7:00 P.M. at Journey Church (3782 N. Bank Street). Members of the community band will perform band arrangements of some classical favorites. The performance is free and open to the public. Celebrating nearly 25 years of community music, the Kingman Concert Band is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to sharing free musical performances throughout the greater Kingman area. The Band is dependent upon financial contributions for the continued growth of the group, its music library, rehearsal space and other performance factors. Please consider making a charitable donation to the Kingman Concert Band, Inc. For further information, visit the Kingman Concert Band’s website at www.kingmanconcertband.com or contact KCB Conductor Julie Gragg at conductor@kingmanconcertband.com or 928.853.3846. 

March 1 & 2 – The Music Man – The Music Man is a classic American musical written by Meredith Wilson. The play made its Broadway debut in 1957 and was later adapted into a film in 1962 which starred Robert Preston and Shirley Jones. It’s a story about a charismatic con artist who targets the naïve residents of a small town in 1910s Iowa by posing as a boys’ band leader to raise money before he can skip town, but can he go through with it once he begins to fall for one of the town’s lovely residents? The story has charmed its way into the hearts of audiences across the county and has become a staple of theatre lovers everywhere! Beale Street Theater’s production of The Music Man is directed by Rebecca Esplin with choreography by Lisa O’Malley. Get your tickets now! Tickets available at https://kca.ludus.com/index.php March 1st, 7pm, March 2nd, 1pm Located at Kingman High School, 4182 N Bank St.

March 2nd – 1st Anniversary Celebration – Join The Creative Cottage for their ONE-year anniversary! Prizes, sales, and much more! Located at 624 E Beale St. Event starts at 11am.

March 7 – 9 – The Music Man – The Music Man is a classic American musical written by Meredith Wilson. The play made its Broadway debut in 1957 and was later adapted into a film in 1962 which starred Robert Preston and Shirley Jones. It’s a story about a charismatic con artist who targets the naïve residents of a small town in 1910s Iowa by posing as a boys’ band leader to raise money before he can skip town, but can he go through with it once he begins to fall for one of the town’s lovely residents? The story has charmed its way into the hearts of audiences across the county and has become a staple of theatre lovers everywhere! Beale Street Theater’s production of The Music Man is directed by Rebecca Esplin with choreography by Lisa O’Malley. Get your tickets now! Tickets available at https://kca.ludus.com/index.php March 7th, 7pm, March 8th, 7pm, March 9th, 1pm & 7pm Located at Kingman High School, 4182 N Bank St.

This spring discover the magic of Kingman with a weekend getawy.

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