Martin Luther King Jr Day comes this Monday, and there are a lot of ways to have fun in Tucson
MUSIC DANCING FESTIVALS AND FIESTAS!
10 ways to have fun in Tucson this weekend!
Downtown Tucson Jazz Fiesta
Finish your long weekend, and the Tucson Jazz Festival with a party! Three free stages full of the best jazz in town. From 11-5 at 5th and Congress, they’re shutting down the streets with the Downtown Tucson Jazz Fiesta. Get the complete Jazz Festival schedule here.
11:00AM Jason Carder
12:30PM Larry Redhouse
2:00PM Poncho Sanchez and his Latin Band
3:45PM Brice Winston
11:00AM Mariachi Aztlan de Pueblo
12:00PM Cynthia Hilts & No Fiction
1:30PM Purple Spectre
3:00PM Jeff Grubic and Haboob
1:30PM Lenore Raphael
3:00PM Lenore Raphael
It’s the 25th anniversary of Dillinger Days. Relive the 30’s with reenactments of the famous arrest of Public Enemy No. 1! Costumes, Cars, Museums, Tours, Music, and Food Trucks this Saturday at the historic Hotel Congress where the caper went down.
BENEFIT THE TUCSON FIRE DEPARTMENT
Friday at 7, come to the Dillinger Speakeasy for an evening of food and drink inside Hotel Congress. Proceeds go to the Tucson Fire Foundation.
Martin Luther King – Birthday Celebration in Music
Celebrate the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr with a 3 hour concert. A star-studded night of local musical celebrities and choirs perform at the Leo Rich Theater.
Tickets are $25 and proceeds benefit the TMM Outreach Program.
FOR THE KIDS
Trucks, buses, cars, bikes, trikes…whatever moves you. They’re shutting down the road! Be a kid or bring your kids to climb all over these marvelous machines at ZOOM ZOOM! Monday January 21. Admission to Children’s Museum Tucson is free for the holiday!
Total Lunar Eclipse
Don’t miss this spectacular night sky event! The volunteers from the Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association will guide you as the earth snuffs out the moon…for a few minutes. Come to the University of Arizona Mall just south of Flandrau Science Center.
TAAA loves explaining the cosmos to young and old! Check out one of their recent Star Parties.
Zoppé Family Circus
Experience the Old World charm of the Zoppé Family Circus, an Italian family show that dates back to 1842. With ties to Orson Welles and the Ringling Bros., kids of all ages will be thrilled by the sights and sounds.
The show is in Tucson Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from January 11-21 at the Mercado San Agustin