Getting Around Sedona
& Surrounding Areas
While a car rental will be your easiest way to move around while you’re at the festival, the Sedona Shuttle and the Verde Shuttle offer easy public transportation.
The Sedona Trailhead Shuttles run year-round, Thursday–Sunday, from 7 am–5:30 pm. It’s a free, easy, and eco-friendly way to explore four of Sedona’s busiest trailheads: Cathedral Rock, Dry Creek, Little Horse, and Soldier Pass.
You can find a complete map of the Sedona Shuttle here.
The Verde Shuttle offers transportation between Cottonwood and Sedona, if you happen to be staying in Cottonwood. There is a pick-up and drop off location at the Cottonwood Library at Garrison Park 7 days a week, serving major destinations in West Sedona, Uptown, Tlaquepaque, Hillside and south to Poco Diablo Resort. Fare is only $2 each way.
You can find a complete map of the Verde Shuttle here.
Around We Go! How to Drive a Roundabout
- Slow down before entering and yield to traffic from the left.
- Wait for a gap in the traffic and proceed around traffic circle to your intended direction.
- Exit right from the traffic circle toward your intended direction. Do not stop in roundabout.
- Obey one-way signs. Stop in crosswalks for pedestrians and bicyclists.
- Note that left turns and U-turns are completed by traveling around the center island.
Airport: To Sedona
Most people fly into Phoenix (90 minute drive to the venue). The alternate airport, Flagstaff, (1 hour drive from the venue) offers limited service, and as all flights to Flagstaff connect at Phoenix it’s often easier to save connection time by leaving directly from Phoenix by shuttle or car rental.
Service from PHX Sky Harbor Airport to Sedona
One way is $55 and round trip is $110.