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Arizona Freedom Fest

  • Jun 14, 2013 · 7:00 AM
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Arizona FreedomFest is an independent, non-partisan festival where Freedom and Liberty loving people meet to celebrate great entertainment, great speakers, great ideas, great music, and great thinkers in a fun and inspiring environment.


The Arizona FreedomFest is a statewide event being held in the scenic White Mountains of Arizona at the 30+ acre Owens Creekside Ranch (Deuce of Clubs and 9th Place) located in the resort Town of Show Low, ArizonaUnlike other parts of Arizona in the summer, Show Low sits at an elevation of 6,400 ft, so temperatures remain pleasant with a cool mountain breeze. Tent and RV camping available.

All ages are welcome to participate in a wide variety of fun entertainment, activism, informative speakers, bands playing classic rock, country, jazz, grunge...along with dancing, great food, free fishing with paid admission (no permit required), kids activities including a massive water balloon fight, shopping, gun show, camping, and much, much more.

Show Low is nestled under the largest ponderosa forest in the world and is already considered a vacation destination for the lower elevations of Phoenix and Tucson - especially in the summer. 

Adult admission $10 for Main Event on Saturday. Youth 17 and under are free when attending with paying adults.


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  • Laura I.

    Report on DHS presence at freedom fest... Isn't this on private property? Why are /how are they there? Glad I stayed home!

    June 15, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      ********** UPDATE ***********

      The van was donated by Navajo County and was used as a command center for the organizers of Freedomfest. It was NOT being used to monitor anyone or anything. One of the volunteers works for Navajo County and he arranged all of the communications. His wife (also a volunteer that worked with Cope arranging the militia as our security) needed air conditioning due to medical condition. She and the First Aid volunteers were the only ones that used the van.

      June 17, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    you may also rsvp for this event through facebook at:

    as well as the original the meetup by the organizers at:

    June 12, 2013

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  • Cynthia
    Event Host
  • A former member
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