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Come to Cave Creek AZ this October 29th for best halloween event in Arizona. Costume contests will be held all over Downtown Cave Creek for kids, adults, pets and horses! There will be a Bicycle Pub Crawl and a FREE party bus. Tractor rides, face painting, trick or treating and so much more! Get your best costume ready!
Find Sonoran Spirits at the "Taste of Cave Creek 2016"
Live Music all Year!
Music: Wednesday 7:30-9:30 PM and Saturday 10AM-12PM with Coyote Joe and Friends , Thursday-Saturday 7:30-10:30 PM, Sunday 3-6 PM & 7-9pm
Wine Wednesday: 6-8 P
Thursday September 22nd Tap Takeover Dragoon Brewery, music by Smoot Mahooty
Friday September 23rd Sugar Thieves, $10 cover
Saturday September 24th Sonoran Dogs, $5 cover
Sunday September 25th 3-6 Nick Heward, 7-9 Gregg Myers no cover
Thursday September 29th music by Cameron DeGurski
Friday September 30th Darius Lux Trio, $5 coverSaturday October 1st Big Pete Pearson, $10 cover
Sunday October 2nd 3-6 Sweet Tony Paiotti, 7-9 Michael Elijah no cover
Tuesday October 4th Cameron DeGurski
Thursday October 6th Bill Dutcher
Friday October 7th Sir Harrison Band, 5$ Cover
Saturday October 8th Ronnie Glover, 5$ Cover
Sunday October 9th Heath and Molly, Sara Clinebell
Monday October 10th Amaya Lin
Tuesday October 11th Glade Wilson
Thursday October 13th Garrett Anderson
Friday October 14th Big Nick and the Gila Monsters, 5$ cover
Saturday October 15th JC and the Juke Rockers, 5$ cover
Sunday October 16th Decker 3-6, Glade Wilson 7-9
Tuesday October 18th Ashley Creighton
Wednesday October 19th Jeff Shaffer
Thursday October 20th Brian Kief Whallen
Friday October 21st Bill Dutcher Trio, 10$ cover
Saturday October 22nd Chuck Hall Band, 5$ cover
Sunday October 23rd Gil Donatelli, Fred Mitchim 7-9
Tuesday October 25th Jeremy Graham
Thursday October 27th Steve House
Friday October 28th Sugar Thieves, 10$ cover
Saturday October 29th Rocket 88s, 5$ cover
Sunday October 30th Sandy Hathaway 3-6, 7-9 Joey Weisgerber
The iconic Buffalo Chip Saloon & Steakhouse is rallying residents and visitors to join a first of-a-kind campaign, Relics of the Past, which is focused on redecorating the heart of the Buffalo Chip Saloon & Steakhouse.
According to owner Larry Wendt, the Buffalo Chip, which currently is under reconstruction, plans to adorn a large wall inside of the new venue with western items – relics, photos and artifacts – 8X10 and larger;
•Western aficionados can make a donation to “purchase” a space/place on the wall, which will become part of Buffalo Chip history
•100% of the proceeds from the Relics of the Past wall will benefit Ecclesia: Church at the Chip, a 501(c)(3) entity
However, Relics of the Past is more than the creation of a one-of-a-kind western wall in Cave Creek’s most iconic saloon and steakhouse. It is about pulling together some of the most unique western relics around to “westernize” the Chip’s new interiors and exteriors. Interesting western relics such as an old telegram, an amazing pair of spurs, a cowboy hat from long ago, photos from the 1800s, a scrub board or chaps from eras past, for example.
“We want to ensure the past history for our great, beloved customers, both current and future, and envision the future with you,” says Wendt. “This special wall will memorialize our great community, the people and experiences that have shaped our success and favorite memories for all time.”
The collection of items and space sign-ups will take place on Saturday, September 3 and Sunday, September 4 and Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11, 2016 at the Chip from 11 AM to 4 PM. The Buffalo Chip Saloon & Steakhouse is located at 6823 E. Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek, Ariz., 85331.
• Each request for an 8X10 space ($25) or larger on the western relics wall will be paid for in cash and documented with regard to payment and wall placement number
• People who have something special to donate and/or and wish to add more space, should call 602.400.3330.
All payments are final and the relics committee will approve the wall submissions. Each item must be western in nature, non-offensive and thought about carefully. Decisions on relics chosen will be made by September 19, 2016.
Cave Creek, Arizona's most culture filled town. From bikers to cowboys to golfers, musicians & artists, Cave Creek has it all. Cave Creek was founded in the mid 1870's as a mining town and camp for the U.S. Cavalry and has maintained its western charm ever since. Cave Creek locals or "Creekers" hold its western history and culture very dear. The town slogan is "Where the Wild West Lives." With a past full of gun fights, indian wars, and mining and a present that maintains the old west through western saloons and western themed restaurants, and retail stores, its rodeo events, lively biker events, and growing live music scene, Cave Creek has earned this title and maintains it 24/7, 365 days a year. Cave Creek Live celebrates the uniqueness of Cave Creek and keeps you updated on its lively events. Visit our pages often for the latest updates about everything in Cave Creek, Arizona, and the surrounding area.
Located just north of Phoenix in the foothills of Black Mountain, Skull Mesa and Elephant Butte, Cave Creek is the place to visit for a walk back into time, into a "living" western town, not a tourist trap roadside attraction but for an exciting venture into the place "Where the Wild West Lives".