Due to the current restrictions of COVID-19, we are cancelling this year's event. Please plan to return November 13, 2021!
Enjoy outdoor wine tasting of Verde Valley Wines, hosted by the Verde Valley Wine Consortium Find out why Cottonwood is The Heart of Arizona Wine Country. Sample some of Arizona's finest wines and select your favorites to take home. Must be 21 years old to consume wine.
The Mingus Union Art Club will be creating art live before your eyes on the street sidewalks. Not only will there be fine art exhibits on the street, but a delightful stroll up and down Main Street will take you to to more of the charming galleries, shops, and local restaurants that reside in Old Town.
The WOM Car Show will be hosted and provides participants and event attendees great photo opportunities and a chance for good ol’ fashion car talk. See some of the state’s most unique cars, trucks, and collectible models which compliment the main event attraction. Pre-registration is required.
Walkin' On Main has always been known for its entertainment. This year is no different! Prepare for an excellent day to share great live music from 11 am to 5 pm.
Local Wines— Art — Car Show — Music
The City of Cottonwood celebrates the heart of Arizona wine country with the 10th Annual "Walkin' on Main" on November 13th, 2021. The Verde Valley Wine Consortium, as well as art exhibits, retail vendors, a car show and live music will accompany the charming galleries, shops, and local restaurants of Old Town Cottonwood. Walkin’ on Main features a wine tasting garden courtesy of the Verde Valley Wine Consortium, a car show courtesy of the Mingus Union High School Auto Club, and live music throughout the day. This is a free, family-friendly, event for all.
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“Old Town Cottonwood had its beginnings in the late 1800s, but fires destroyed all the early frame structures, including a boardwalk.”
“Old Town Cottonwood’s commercial district has nearly three dozen buildings that date back to the 1920s and 30s. In fact, Old Town has so much Prohibition Era flavor that the whole district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.”