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Posted By: Lesley Kontowicz
This quirky coming of age film was adapted from the novel by Mark Poirier and tells the story of Ellis (Graham Phillips) a 15-year-old boy who is leaving his rather non-traditional home in Tucson ...
Posted By: Edie Jarolim
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There was no way for me to tell it was brimming with calcite, the primary building block for the spectacular cave formations around me. As I have quickly discovered, Kartchner Caverns, about 50 miles ...
Posted By: Edie Jarolim
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I’ve wanted to see this band since I was 15 years old. With a sound as melodic as it is guttural, Bring Me The Horizon has been at the forefront of the metal scene since they made their debut in ...
Posted By: Graeme Hunt
Living so close to Reid Park has some great benefits. This mid-town park contains both the Dell Urich and Randolph public golf courses, a driving range, tennis courts, the El Con Club ...
Posted By: Graeme Hunt
Look, I get it. Tucson is hot in the summer. But I still like to get out and mountain bike as much as possible. There are those who still brave the heat and ride during the day but honestly, I ...
Posted By: Laurie
My husband, Don, and I spent a weekend at Apache Spirit Ranch in Tombstone (about 2.5 miles west on Allen St., which turns into West Monument Rd-left a brochure in your mailbox). We had a truly ...
Posted By: Graeme Hunt
I found something out about myself on Sunday, March 25, 2012: I am not a runner. Let me back up a bit and explain. My good friend Matt, who had enough with his sedentary lifestyle, joined ...






'A' Mountain Fireworks Celebration July 4th

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July 04, 2016
Event Location: 260 S. Church Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701
Venue: Tucson Convention Center
Time: Refreshments available 7 p.m. - 9:15 p.m. Fireworks show at 9:15 p.m.
Admission: Free admission. Parking is free.
Phone: 520-791-4101
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Free Yourself in Tucson! The City of Tucson/Pima County host the 20th annual 'A' Mountain fireworks celebration, presented by Desert Diamond Casinos and Entertainment, with kick-off around 9:15pm. Enjoy the 4th of July show from the Tucson Convention Center's (TCC) Parking Lot B, which is off Granada Avenue between Congress Street and Cushing Street. TCC's Food and Beverage Department will be selling food and beverages between 7:00pm and 9:00pm.

The Sun Link Tucson streetcar provides convenient access to the TCC at the Cushing Street stops and runs until midnight to accommodate holiday crowds. Follow links below for more details and a map of road closures related to the event. 

Other suggested viewing locations in the downtown area with free parking are:

-The 22nd Street Lot at the Interstate 10 frontage road (northeast corner)
-The Mercado San Agustin West End Dirt Lot, south of Congress Street and west of the Santa Cruz River. (Vendors will be selling food)
-The City/State Parking Garage at 498 W. Congress, at the northeast quadrant of I-10 and Congress Street