Fun, food and festivities are just a few of the things you can expect at a City of Yuma Heritage Festivals event!
Each year more than 250,000 people visit Yuma to experience the sights, sounds, tastes, and heritage of this very unique and historic place.
City of Yuma Heritage Festivals celebrates our unique history by hosting events throughout the year. These Festivals feature activities for all ages, and attract thousands of visitors into Yuma's Historic Downtown and the Heritage Area.
Vendor opportunities are available. (Vendor Application) For more information, contact Joanne Fiser, Heritage Festival Coordinator (928) 373-5028, or Carrie Ring, Marketing Specialist at (928) 373-5020, or you may contact by email.
Sponsorships are good business! Through strategic marketing investments and partnerships, we support and collaborate with our sponsors working to meet community needs and enhance our shared quality of life in Yuma County. Events give a brand’s personality a platform to resonate with attendees. We invite you to view our Sponsorship Packet and parnter with us for our upcoming events season.
Upcoming Heritage Festivals Events:
City of Yuma Heritage Festivals invites you to join the fun at the annual Yuma Medjool Date Festival. This festival celebrates the wonderful and tasty Date fruit, grown right here in the desert Southwest! Enjoy a fabulous array of delicious food and drink, live music, celbrity chef cooking demonstrations and contest, plus more!READ MORE
The Museum of History in Granite, The Town of Felicity, California, The County of Imperial California
The City and County of Yuma, Arizona Request the pleasure of your company At the Korean War Memorial For Moments of Remembrance Followed by the Dedication of the Animals of the World Granite Monuments.
This two-day festival will pack Main Street with mouthwatering BBQ, a country music concert each night, mechanical bull riding, outdoor yard games, our kids’ corner featuring new attractions, dozens of unique
craft vendors, and of course, ice cold brew from Yuma’s first and only microbrewery, Prison Hill Brewing Co.