- Held at the Shrine of Ages Auditorium located at the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
- Concerts begin Labor Day weekend each year.
- Ticket prices vary by age. Family and group ticket discounts are available.
Overview: What began as an impromptu performance by the Festival's founders has expanded to nearly month's worth of showcases. Over three weekends, musicians from around the world enchant patrons with a variety of musical techniques, from elegant classical to avant-garde.
Where: Shrine of Ages Auditorium located at the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park
When: Beginning Labor Day weekend each year. Concerts take place August 25th, August 26th, September 1st, September 2nd, September 8th, and September 9th, 2017.
Cost: Ticket prices vary by age. Family and group ticket discounts are available
Details: The relaxed atmosphere of the event doesn't require any special dress-code—casual attire is perfectly acceptable. Performances last between 2 to 3 hours and souvenirs of the fest are available in the lobby. Seating at the Shrine of Ages is limited to 300, so advance purchase is recommended. Discount tickets are available for large groups and local residents. Family deals are offered for the Tusayan Shindig, which is a family focused event that kids can truly enjoy.
Concerts are held at the Shrine of Ages Auditorium located at the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, located near the park's headquarters near Grand Canyon Village, Arizona. To reach the South Rim entrance, take Interstate 40 to Highway 64 North (near Williams) and drive for about 60 miles. Parking for the Shrine of Ages is available in Lot A.
See the complete schedule on the Grand Canyon Music Festival website.