Sedona Nightlife

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    Canyon Moon Theatre Company

    by SedonaDee Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Canyon Moon Theatre presents a wide variety of terrific plays with local actors. Their season usually runs October through early June. Having attended several of their productions, I can highly recommend that an evening spent at a Canyon Moon Theatre play will leave you thoroughly impressed with the level of talent that a small town can acquire.

    If you are visiting Sedona during their season, be sure to check out their calendar to get your tickets ahead. They have had sell-out nights.

    Dress Code: Most people come dressed pretty casually. No tie required and you won't see many coats unless it is a cool night.

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    Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village: Shakespeare Sedona - 11th Season

    by SedonaDee Updated Jun 1, 2008

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    2008 is the 11th Season to enjoy Shakespeare under the stars in Sedona. It runs May through through mid-July and is always a popular and unique event in Sedona. Tickets are $25, but students with ID get a $10 discount 30 minutes before each show. There are 4 great restaurants within Tlaquepaque, where this festival takes place, that are offering dinner/theatre packages. The great website below will give you the details on the dinner/theatre packages and much more. You may park once and walk right from the restaurant to the play. The performances begin at 8:00 p.m.

    Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village is broken up into little courtyards. Once you enter Tlaquepaque head to the Calle Independencia. There will also be signs up for Shakespeare Sedona and plenty of help to get there.

    In the present Season left so far, here are the dates and plays you have the opportunity to see:
    "The Merry Wives of Windsor": June 27th, July 4th, & July 12th
    "Richard II": June 28th, July 6th, & 11th
    "Taming of the Shrew": June 29th, July 5th, & July 10th

    You may buy tickets online at website below or call the toll-free number. This is always a popular event in Sedona, so I would suggest to buy tickets ahead.

    Dress Code: No tie required. Casual dress will be what you see.

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    Relics: Music, Dance and a Pool Table

    by erotikryter Written Feb 18, 2008

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    Most nights Relics has entertainment for those looking to stay up late. It's a casual bar and grill that turns into a nightclub after the sun sets. They also have a pool table and friendly staff. They serve lunch and dinner as well. Casual decent food...a little on the pricey side.

    Dress Code: Casual

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    The Martini Bar: Rock out to Good Music

    by erotikryter Written Feb 18, 2008

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    This is a modern fun place. I love the band and hang out here sometimes just to hear some good music.

    Dress Code: Come as you are...although peopel seem to dress a little nicer than jeans and t-shirts. When I was there last there were cowobys in chaps...so I think it is whatever you want to wear.

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  • Shakespeare Sedona: Theatre Under the Stars

    by jsakren Written Jun 5, 2007

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    Yes, there IS nightlife in Sedona. Shakespeare Sedona operates in the romantic and beautiful Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village in the heart of Sedona during June and July.
    This is for all those people who continue to say there is nothing going on after dark in Sedona.
    They operate during weekend nights, starting at 8pm. Even if you aren't a fan of Shakespeare you will love bringing your family to these events where you can sit in the Calle Independencia under the stars with the festival lights lit, and the cool evening breezes blowing through. You will swear you are in a Spanish hill town or somewhere else in Europe. Dinner and Theatre packages are offered by restaurants in the complex where you can dine and see the show without moving your car, and all at a discount. The plays are superb and include artists from all over the U.S. Cast members have included Emmy-winning actors, as well as some straight from Broadway and film. Their website is www.shakespearesedona.com.

    Dress Code: Dress code is casual.

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    Anywhere in Sedona: Nothing to see after dark

    by goingsolo Written Apr 26, 2004

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    Once the sun goes down, there's nothing but stars

    There is a light ordinance in Sedona which allows for spectacular views at night. The red rocks and vortexes are no longer visible but look up in the sky on a clear night, which is most nights, and you'll see hundreds of stars.

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