Woodystock Blues & Brews Festival
Lake Havasu State Park
March 25, 2023 10 a.m.
The Woodystock Blues and Brews always features some of the best national and regional names in blues and blues-rock, and 2023 is no exception. Saxophonist extraordinaire Jimmy Carpenter, multiple Blues Music Award winner and Gulf Coast Records international touring artist, returns again this year, as do festival favorites, fiery guitarist Jay Gordon and Blues Venom and the Sandy Haley Band, recently named a 'Top 100 Artist for 2022' by influential magazine Music Connection and fronted by soulful blues siren, Sandy Haley. Also returning to Woodystock: blues quartet Catbone, and Tiffany Lynn singing the Star Spangled Banner. New to Woodystock this year: Los Angeles-based Kenny Williams and the Stomp Down Riders, fronted by colorful guitar virtuoso, Kenny "Big Daddy" Williams; and Phoenix, AZ's Until The Sun, female-fronted alt-blues/rock quartet whose newest release, A Night At The Rhythm Room, has received great reviews. Emcee again this year: Sanford Cohn from KBXX 101.7FM 'Bad Ass Blues.'
Music starts at 11 a.m. Buy tickets.
February 17-19, 2023
Rockabilly Reunion at Lake Havasu State Park
It's all about cool cats and chicks, retro-fashion, rock-n-roll oldies music, rat-rods! Take a three-day stroll down nostalgia lane with 150 vendors of all types, food, beer garden, and the ever popular Pin-Up Girl contest.
March 3-5, 2023
Bluegrass on the Beach Music Festival
Come on out to the 2023 Bluegrass on the Beach Festival and mingle with bluegrass veterans and newcomers alike. There are jam sessions on and off stage, so don't be shy about bringing your favorite instrument and joining in.
March 18, 2023
Triathletes from over 35 states compete in one of the premier triathlon races in the nation. The 15th Annual Havasu Triathlon & Mountain Collegiate Triathlon Conference is the oldest triathlon in Lake Havasu City! Known as one of the best swims in the sport with a challenging bike course.
April 14-16, 2023
32nd Annual Lake Havasu Boat Show
In its 32nd year, the Marine Association originally designed this event to promote marine businesses in the Lake Havasu region, and, today, it is now one of the largest premier outdoor boat shows in the entire Southwest!