Event has officially be cancelled for 2020
At this time, the City of Tucson is not issuing vendor permits and collecting fees for events the size of the Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair due to the COVID-19 pandemic. An event the size of the fair that is open to the public would require a Phase 4 level opening and we have not yet entered Phase 1.
To stay optimistic during the pandemic, we are continuing to be proactive in gathering vendor information for our 2020 Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair.
If you were a 2019 vendor, your information is in our system and you will get an email with all future updates.
If you were not a 2019 vendor, including those who were on our waiting list, those who only inquired last year, and new vendors, please send your name, email address, and daytime phone number to email@example.com and you will receive email updates.
Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair Nov. 28-29 at Gene C. Reid Park
Come get a jump on your holiday shopping at the Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair in Reid Park. This free event will draw in more than 160 vendors from all over the Southwest, ranging from artists, crafters, photographers, painters, potters, jewelers, and more. This Thanksgiving weekend fair has become a tradition for many holiday shoppers for more than 30 years.
Stroll through the park and visit artists with their colorful fused glass and mosaics, wind chimes, walking sticks, painted gourds, and teacup bird feeders. Discover an artist's original work in painting, photography, clay, wood, and fiber. If you are looking for something cozy, this is the place for quilts, knit scarves, and fragrant handmade soaps and lotions. Complement your holiday shopping list with the unique hand-painted sunglasses, handcrafted pens, stuffed toys, pet clothes, accessories, gourmet treats, and so much more. While enjoying the fair, be sure to stop for food and refreshments available for purchase from local vendors.
Visitors are encouraged to use the Concert Place entrance from Country Club Road for ample free parking.
When: Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 28-29, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Gene C. Reid Park, 920 S. Concert Place (22nd Street and Country Club Road)