Sedona Nightlife

A lot of people wonder what there is to do at night in Sedona, AZ. To be honest, Sedona thrives during the day and rests early at night. Visitors often dine out at one of the many different kinds of restaurants, which includes everything from Southwestern BBQ to raw, vegan delights. Some restaurants feature live music and entertainment and others like to provide a quiet, romantic atmosphere.

If staying out and getting your groove on is in the plans, there are some pubs and saloons that stay open until midnight on weekend nights that have either live music, a DJ or some type of event depending on the weekend you go. Be sure to check out the each pubs' event calendar on their website.

Other things to do in the evening in Sedona include going to a cowboy cookout under the stars, going on an astronomy tour, seeing a movie or spending a quiet night with your loved one in front of the fire with a glass of wine at your beautiful hotel or bed and breakfast. Sedona, Arizona's quiet evenings leave visitors with plenty of time to rest up from the day's adventures and prepare for more to come when the sun comes up.

Blazin' M Ranch features a BBQ chicken and ribs chuckwagon supper and a toe-tappin Western stage pro

1875 Mabery Ranch Road
Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Tel: 9286340334

2155 AZ-89A
Sedona, AZ 86336
Sound Bites Grill in Sedona Arizona offers world class entertainment along with some of the best and

101 N State Rte 89A
Sedona, AZ 86336
Tel: 928-282-2713


Our Sedona Event Calendar is full of festivals, workshops, art fairs, concerts and classes. Browse or add your event.
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