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18th Annual Litchfield Park Art & Wine Festival
March 5-6, 2016 ~ Downtown Litchfield Park, AZ


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Scenic views invite festival-goers to relax and take in the beauty, while strolling along tree-lined walk-ways and lush gardens sprinkled with charming sidewalk cafes. Meandering rows of glistening white canopies bursting with vibrant colors create a unique artisan's village, allowing visitors a rare and special opportunity to meet and visit with some of the many talented artisans behind the creations.

Well known for quality, ambiance and close proximity to the Phoenix Metro area, the Litchfield Park Art & Wine Festival continues to live up to it's outstanding reputation among festival enthusiasts. When making plans to visit the 18th Litchfield Park Art & Wine Festival, you may want to consider a stay at The Wigwam. This historic landmark offers an opulent get-away and a place to experience authentic southwestern warmth and charm.

Whether you love superior wines, extraordinary art, or you just love the relaxed ambiance of outdoor festivals, Litchfield Park is your destination.

Located in the heart of this luxurious resort community, the award winning Litchfield Park Art & Wine Festival combines irresistible wine samplings with more than 250 extraordinary artists exhibiting original fine art and exquisite handcrafted creations.

Wine Tasting Ticket with Souvenir Glass $10.00

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11:00am to 11:30/11:45am
Ice Sculpting Demo by Steve Griffiths
Program Director / Culinary Studies
Estrella Mountain Community College

12:45 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Chef de Cuisine Chris Knouse
Litchfield’s at the Wigwam


12:45 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Chef de Cuisine Jason Paterno
Red’s Bar and Grille, The Wigwam





Sahnas Brothers
10:00am to 10:45am – Main Stage
1:45pm to 2:30pm – Main Stage

Bluesman Mike and the Blues Review Band
11:45am to 12:30am – Main Stage
3:30pm to 4:15pm – Main Stage


Inka Gold
10:00am to 10:45am – Main Stage
1:45pm to 2:30pm – Main Stage

Mary Hoffman
11:45am to 12:30am – Main Stage
3:30pm to 4:15pm – Main Stage

The Sahnas Brothers

Sahnas BrothersBeautifully blending the sounds and rhythms of their native Greek culture with the warm, inviting romance of the classical Spanish guitar, brothers Thano and Demitri Sahnas have created a magical and intimate Mediterranean style that perfectly complements the powerful jazz-fusion of their popular Phoenix based band Turning Point. Sahnas"as the brothers are collectively known"has enthralled thousands of people at clubs and arts and crafts festivals throughout the Southwest with their unique hybrid sound." Read on at


Bluesman Mike Andersen and the Blues Review Band

"The Blues Review Band was formed out of Bluesman Mike's passion for the Blues. In the Year 2007 he decided to go back to his roots by spending his birthday gift on a bass guitar and soon started jamming with co-founder Doug Hill,and started performing all over the Phoenix area.The Band was re-formed, now Bluesman Mike & The Blues Review Band has there 1st CD out " Blues for The Road" w/ hit single "I Love Money" written by Bluesman Mike. Members are Bluesman Mike on Bass , Vocals ,& Harp, Sugar Bear,on Lead Guitar & Vocals, Bobby Nealy ,on Keyboards, and Steve Loecher on Drums....We Do The Blues ....Look for us"

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Inka Gold

Inka GoldInka Gold continues to perform the traditional music of their grand fathers while using traditional instruments to create and perform contemporary pieces. Inka Gold has been performing across the United States since 1998.

Hundreds of years ago a tradition began amongst the ancient Incan people. An elaborate musical tradition which mimicked the roaring winds and sounds of the great Andes Mountains. Instruments made of raw bamboo and clay were created in order to convey the heart felt sentiments of the Incan people. Today in this new millennium Inka Gold continues the traditions created by their ancestors centuries ago.

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Mary Hoffman

Mary Hoffman is a remarkable singer/songwriter out of Mesa, Arizona.

When she was fifteen, her mom brought home a pawn shop guitar that was meant for Mary’s older brother. He wasn’t interested in the guitar, but Mary sure was. Her Mom gave it to her and Mary never put it down.

Mary learned how to sing while learning how to play the guitar. She didn’t perform in front of anyone, at that time, because she had too much stage fright. As time went on, Mary heard Jewel’s "You were Meant for me" and fell in love with the song. After months of practice, she learned the song. Mary fought back the stage fright and she sang it at her high school talent show and was known as the 'Jewel girl' from then on.

After that, Mary was hooked on performing. She started playing at every open-mic night she could find and eventually got booked at some of the venues. She continued to perform while going to Arizona State University and got a degree in Communication. She even won the ASU Idol competition in 2004.
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