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We wish to recognize and thank our sponsors who are supporting the first Sedona Jam Emerging Music Arts Festival, in keeping with the magic and allure of Sedona as an arts and culture destination.

Amara Creekside Resort

Amara Creekside Resort
Official Event Host Hotel

Excerpted from Desert Living Magazine Sept-Oct 2005 :
"...What could be better than taking a rejuvenating vacation on the shores of Sedona's magnificent Oak Creek? Doing it in style. Amara Creekside Resort wraps many things into one ­ modern design, Southwestern charm, boutique-like atmosphere, romantic dining, family friendliness, and a central location. Sound contradictory? That's just a sign that Amara makes the old cliché "there's something for everyone" seem cool again. The rooms and suites boast tremendous views of Sedona's red rocks with patios and terraces overlooking either Oak Creek or the chic central courtyard. Noguchi tables and Pavilion chairs adorn the lobby, and the restaurant, Gallery on Oak Creek, is just that ­ a dining experience where guests are presented with an Art Menu, allowing them to purchase the art in the restaurant and throughout the resort. The concierge can arrange horseback rides, hot air balloon trips and health restoring spa treatments. And having Simmons Beautyrest pillow-top mattresses in all rooms and oversized whirlpool tubs in most, are yet more reasons to make this scenic hideaway your perfect weekend out of town."

Bistro Bella Terra

Bistro Bella Terra
Associate Sponsor

The Bistro Bella Terra offers an eclectic American Bistro menu with nightly specials carefully created by Executive Chef Reuben Sandoval. The restaurant is blessed with some of the most awe-inspiring views in Northern Arizona, and features a full bar, extensive wine list and live jazz evenings.

Download the tapas menu available for the shows.

King's Ransom

King's Ransom Sedona Hotel
Associate Sponsor

The Kings Ransom Sedona Hotel features 101 newly decorated guestrooms, with luxurious amenities, color cable TV and private patios or balconies overlooking our sparkling heated swimming pool, spa and lovely courtyard gardens. The breathtaking views of Sedona are endless! Guests enjoy the beautiful new deluxe rooms with patios and in-room spa tubs. Dining facilities are open daily for breakfast. Andy's Bistro serves artfully presented meals, gourmet coffee drinks, and lunches on-the-go. You simply must try our signature hot-out-of-the-oven cinnamon rolls! Large picture windows permit guests to revel in the wild beauty that is Sedona. Weather permitting, meals may be served on our patio decks. Hiking trails into Sedona's Red Rock Country are just steps from your hotel room. Please call us today at 1-800-846-6164 or visit
We are looking forward to your visit!

Sedona Monthly
Sedona Monthly Magazine
Gold Medal Event Sponsor

This magazine is the one that residents and visitors alike depend on to point them to all the destinations that make the area special, whether it's a restaurant for a memorable meal, a souvenir shop with handmade crafts, a gallery exhibiting a hot local artist or a stage for the best entertainment in town. You get the ONLY comprehensive listings of Sedona dining, arts and entertainment, stunning photography, inside scoops on local events and artists, our exclusive Sedona Gone Hollywood features on the history of Sedona moviemaking, and much more!

Sedona Monthly was created to establish a reliable guide to all the fun and cultural opportunities in Sedona that deliver all the vital info in a frank, fun, lively style. When you want to know what's happening in the area, you'll find the answer in the Sedona Monthly -- the magazine with the great view. And visit online at

Sedona Magazine
Sedona Magazine
Gold Medal Event Sponsor

A lovely pictorial magazine that celebrates Sedona, now on newsstands in its 20th year, this publication is a staple of the community. Each quarterly issue is brimming with brilliant and stunning photos capturing the essence of the region, also providing photo essays on local social events and stories of interest to visitors and locals. Recently acquired by Gannett Pacific Publications, a subsidiary of Gannett Co., Inc., through the Sedona Publishing Co. house, Sedona magazine is likely to continue many more years to delight its loyal following and regional visitors with its glossy, beautiful production.


Sedona Chamber
The Sedona Chamber of Commerce
Gold Medal Event Sponsor

For 55 years, the Sedona Chamber of Commerce has been the voice of business for the Sedona area. Through the Chamber, local professionals and businesses work together to identify, define and find solutions for community issues.

The core industry and economic generator in Sedona is tourism. Tourism has dynamic direct and indirect effects on each and every business in Sedona.

The Chamber's Tourism Bureau has been the leading marketing organization responsible for generating overnight visitation in order to enhance the vitality of our economy. The Chamber's Visitors Centers move more than 400,000 visitors per year around the community.

Amy D. Brown
Your Eye on Sedona - Amy D. Brown, Realtor
Bronze Level Event Sponsor

One of the top realtors in the Verde Valley, Amy D. Brown believes in the power of people's dreams. For more than eleven successful years , she has been instrumental in both large deals and helping first time buyers find the home where they belong. She says "The best part of real estate is helping someone attain their dream, helping them find their home.". Whether yours is a big dream home or just a small cozy cottage, Amy D. Brown knows how important it is to keep her eye on what really matters ­ your dreams. When you choose Amy D. Brown as your agent you are essentially getting a working partner in making your dreams come true - someone who will keep an eye out for your dreams. "Your Eye on Sedona" is Amy D. Brown.

Irving Mills Music
Irving Mills Music Publishers' Representative

Irving Mills Music Publishing Co., which in 1965 became the largest independent music publisher in the world, is proud to be a supporter of the Sedona Jam Music festival, “celebrating the birth of music”. The Mills’ legacy in the music industry was based on discovering the most creative new talent, and showcasing it to the world.

Some of their discoveries included legendary songwriters and performers such as Duke Ellington and Cab Calloway who helped create popular standards of the day such as "Mood Indigo", "Solitude", "It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)" and "Sophisticated Lady." The Sedona Jam, showcasing new talent in boutique venues in and around Sedona, conjures up memories from the swinging days of early jazz when up and coming new artists performed at the Cotton Club in Harlem, New York, promoted by irving Mills.

Irving Mills Music Publishing Co. hopes to be an inspiration to those musicians wishing to make a name for themselves, with innovative emerging music, performed as it was meant to be, from the very soul of the artist.


Yavapai Broadcasting Corporation owns and operates six radio stations in Northern Arizona; KKLD 95.9/101.7 FM, KQST 102.9 FM, KVRD 105.7 FM, KVNA 100.1 FM, KVNA 600 AM and KYBC 1600 AM. The main office is located in Cottonwood, at the new media center at 3405-A East Highway 89-A. Satellite offices include Flagstaff and Prescott Valley. Yavapai Broadcasting's goal is to provide quality music, news, sports, public service, and promotional announcements to their listening audience. For more information call 928-634-2286, or visit on the web,, or


Community Supporter:

The Midi Store
In 1995 The Midi Store was started with the idea of providing great service to other musicians for all kinds of Midi and electronic gear. Since 1999 The Midi Store has been on line offering a wide selection and low prices on music software and hardware items, keyboards, synthesizers and samplers, everything you need to create and enjoy electronic music. We provide in-depth information on all products, and the kind of customer service that is harder and harder to find. If you have any questions feel free to ask, we love to talk music and recording; help is only an email or phone call away.