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Tilted Earth Wine & Music Festival returns June 19-20Page Springs Cellars and celebrated Arizona Winemaker Eric Glomski are pleased to announce the release of tickets for the second annual Tilted Earth Wine & Music Festival on June 19 and 20 at Riverfront Park in Cottonwood. Tickets are on sale through the Page Springs website.The vibrant festival returns this year with an expanded two-day line up of well-known folk and acoustic rock entertainment like Rusted Root, Robert Earl Keen and The Lone Bellow. Wine lovers can enjoy vino from 17 Northern Arizona wineries, along with cuisine from eight gourmet food trucks from the Phoenix Street Food Coalition, including The Rocket Woodfired Pizza, The Affogato Truck, Sandra Dee’s Creole Kitchen and Burgers Amore. Additional vendors like Backstage Gastropub, Chocolita exotic raw chocolate and Local Juicery will sell a variety of other fare.The event will also include an expanded selection of kids and family activities including a rock climbing wall, bounce house, teen gaming tent and a simulated archaeological dig hosted by Verde Valley Archaeology all at no charge. Kids crafting supplies will be provided by Verde River Valley Nature Organization for a small charge. Attendees will also enjoy a change in event hours from 4 p.m. to midnight with music running between 5-11 p.m., which will allow event goers to enjoy the festival among the trees in the cooler evening hours.Adult admission can be purchased online at for $45. Youth tickets (13-20) are $20 and children 12 and under are free. Adult admission includes a reusable Govino wine glass and five free tastings. Additional tastings will be available for purchase, as will bottles from all wineries. Those who wish to take home their purchases may also store their wines in a state-of-the-art refrigeration truck, courtesy of the Tilted Earth Festival.

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Community invited to 'Plant-a-Vine' May 2Yavapai College celebrates its fourth year planting grape vines at the Verde Valley campus in Clarkdale on Saturday, May 2, beginning at 8 a.m. The public is invited to join this day of community service and fun, as the young vines are planted in the student-run vineyard at the Southwest Wine Center.Check for more listings!


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