The Cave Creek Indian Market celebrates the colorful history and rich heritage of the Southwest with a diverse gathering of Native American, Spanish and Southwestern fine artists and craftsmen. Stagecoach Village, nestled in the scenic foothills surrounding Cave Creek, provides an environment reminiscent of the Southwest frontier –in an area believed to have mystical powers by Native American practitioners, and today, that creates magic for every visitor.
Visitors can stroll the open air plaza of Stagecoach Village while enjoying panoramic views of the desert foothills, sipping wine and listening to the enchanting sounds of the Native flute. Festival highlights include Native American musicians, dancers and storytellers, including performance by five time world champion hoop dancer Tony Duncan and the Yellowbird Dancers, internationally acclaimed flutist Arbel Bird, and Inka Gold. The Festival also features over 100 artists exhibiting a wide selection of Native American, Western and Southewest inspired art in all art forms. Orginal works include paintings, sculptures, handwoven rugs, baskets, pottery, custom furniture, and exquisite jewelry.