The Fort Huachuca Wine and Jazz Festival has become a local tradition. Imagine the cool summer breezes moving across Brown Parade Field as the strains of the Desert Fever band begin to flow from the vintage gazebo.

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Desert Fever plays on the historic gazebo on Brown Parade Field. // Val Davidson/TSM

Adults from all over Cochise County are casually strolling across the field, sipping wine, visiting with friends, and enjoying Cochise County's official kick-off to summer.

The Fort Huachuca Wine and Jazz Festival

The Fort Huachuca Wine and Jazz Festival is an enchanting annual event that brings an evening of sophistication and relaxation against the backdrop of General's Row on the historic military fort.

READ: Access to Fort Huachuca: Passes and ID

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One of the historic homes near Brown Parade Field on Fort Huachuca. // Val Davidson/TSM

It's all happening on Saturday, June 8th, from 5pm to 9pm. As the sun dips below the horizon, the air fills with soulful tunes, creating the perfect backdrop for wine enthusiasts and music lovers alike. Attendees can savor a selection of fine wines and will have the option to purchase beer and concessions.

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Wine and Jazz festival Fort Huachuca

Local arts and crafts vendors will be on-site, selling a variety of wares. Limited seating will be provided throughout the venue, and visitors are encouraged to bring their own chairs and blankets.

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Wine & Jazz: A Cochise County Community Event

This community event is open to all MWR Patrons. Anyone without post access must get a visitor's pass at the gate. Locals are encouraged to obtain the pass a few days in advance since this popular event often puts a strain on the gate personnel processing the passes.

Wine and Jazz festival Fort Huachuca

Admission is once again free. Mark your calendar for an unforgettable evening, combining the harmony of wine and jazz to create memories that will linger long after the last note fades.

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