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Plan Your 2024 Vacation

January 30th is National Plan for Vacation Day. Are you planning your 2024 Route 66 road trip? Here is a list of Kingman’s biggest events to include on your itinerary. 

February 9
Get Hitched on 66

Come celebrate with us as we unveil Kingman’s newest roadside gem – the Heart of Route 66 neon sign. In addition to the lighting ceremony, three lucky couples will get hitched Vegas-style, officiated by none other than a Las Vegas Elvis-inspired master of ceremonies! Enjoy a Valentine’s-themed car show, pizza from Charlie’s Rustic Pizza, and
cupcakes provided by Victoria’s Sugar Shack. Dance the night away after the marriage ceremonies. 


March 15 & 16
King-Con Spring Break

Kingman Comic Con is BACK for a little geeky KINGCON Spring Break fun! Only this time it’s all about COSPLAY and your favorite fandoms!
Once again we're teaming up with the baddest local Artists, Authors, Gamers, and Businesses on the block to bring COMIC CON back to Downtown Kingman! 


April 13
3rd Annual Street Eats

Stop by Lewis Kingman Park on Historic Route 66 for Kingman's 3rd Annual Food Truck Fest! Enjoy a variety of Food, Live Music, Face Painting, Beer Garden, Race Car Photo Ops, just to name a few! Admission is $5. Kids under 10 are FREE! 100% of the admission goes to local charities. 


April 13 & 14
PRCA Rodeo

Two days of Pro-Rodeo action for the whole family to enjoy! Come see hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls alike of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association test their skill at the Kingsmen PRCA Rodeo! 


April 18 – 21
Mohave County Spring Carnival

4 days of fun for the whole family! Exciting carnival rides, games, prizes, live music, and an abundance of yummy fair food. A grand time for both children and adults! 


April 25 – 28
Route 66 Bike Week

The Southwest's Largest Rolling Rally. Needle, CA to Seligman, AZ and beyond… It's all about the RIDE! Over 250 miles, dozens of rally stops, free concerts, free raffles, cornhole tourney, and one helluva good time! This event is about promoting Route 66 tourism, and the small businesses that call the Mother Road their home. 


May 3 – 5
35th Annual Route 66 Fun Run

Join us for a weekend on Historic Route 66 in Arizona! More than 800 vehicles carrying thousands of friends will gather for a weekend of adventure! Fun Run participants from across the globe will meet in Seligman to travel a 140-mile stretch of Route 66 with events planned in nearly every community along the way. The procession will conclude in Topock/Golden Shores with an awesome award ceremony to cap off the weekend. 


May 17 – 19
Route 66 Street Drags

The Kingman Route 66 Street Drags are the largest legal street races in the world!

We will be closing down Route 66 in the middle of Kingman, AZ for over a week! We will hold the 1/8 mile drag race right down the middle of Ol’ 66! This is as real of a “street race” as you can have! The difference is there will be all the safety equipment in place that you would find at a “purpose built” track. Plus, it’s legal! We have a City permit to conduct this annual event. But don’t kid yourself, it is still a street race! And if you want to win this race, you're going to have to be the person who can get down this street the fastest! There will be three days of drag racing starting on Friday, May 17th. 

May 17 – 19
Mohave Pride Fantassance Fest

Mohave Pride is now Mohave Pride Fantassance! A Storybook Fantasy Pride Experience for the whole family! Join us for a weekend of merriment galore! Celebrate love, fellowship, and each other in a safe and cordial place! We bid you welcome once more! The Fantassance Festival is a free, family friendly event! 


June 14 & 15
Rhythm & Brews Fest

Head to Metcalfe Park in Downtown Kingman for an event you sure don't want to miss! Live music, tasty food, and good beer. Who could ask for more? Enjoy a weekend full of great blues music and beer from a variety of breweries in Arizona. 


September 12 – 15
Mohave County Fair

Come and join the fun and excitement at the Mohave County Fair! A countywide fair livestock & crafts exhibits, live entertainment, tons of vendors, carnival and much more! 


September 21 & 22

Two days of Pro-Rodeo action for the whole family to enjoy! Come see hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls alike test their skill at the Kingsmen GCPRA Rodeo! 


October 4 & 5
Brews & Brats Oktoberfest

Kingman's original and longest running Oktoberfest, the Brews and Brats Oktoberfest will feature craft beer from Black Bridge Brewery, grilled bratwurst and sauerkraut, German pretzels, and other offerings. There will be live entertainment throughout the weekend, dancing, vendors, and fun! 


October 11 & 12
4th Annual Kingman Route 66 Fest

The Kingman Route 66 Fest celebrates all things Route 66, especially the history and culture surrounding it, and is hosted in beautiful Lewis Kingman Park, a historic park that was one of Arizona's few shady rest stops along the Mother Road.

This event features live bands, a beer garden serving regional craft beers, food and craft vendors, a classic car show, a vintage trailer show, a pin up contest, Route 66 displays, fun activity zones, Kingman's FIRST and ONLY zipline, a fun photobooth, children's activities - the list goes on and on! 


November 8 – 11
Route 66 Ultra Run

Runners will journey through iconic Americana along 140 miles of Historic Route 66 from Seligman to Topock66 Colorado River, Arizona. The event will host a maximum of 100 runners, each supported by a dedicated crew. With a race cutoff of 60 hours, runners and crew will be able to experience and enjoy several iconic Route 66 landmarks along their 140-mile journey. 

Written by:
Katie Barthlow

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