The Tucson Sugar Skulls will open their second season on the road on Thursday, March 19, 2020 and then play the first of seven regular-season home games on Sunday, March 29, when they take on the Duke City Gladiators, one of four new teams in the Indoor Football League, at Tucson Convention Center Arena.
The best of traditional holiday cheer meets modern, cosmic and unique perspectives at this special time of year with a Christmas Celebration at the Sea Of Glass-Center For The Arts. Bring the family out on Friday, December 20th to enjoy two exquisite holiday choirs, a Christmas musical play filled with humor and touching moments, and a visit from ‘ol Saint Nick!
Chart-topping country singer-songwriter Lee Brice will headline the 2020 PGA TOUR Champions’ Cologuard Classic military appreciation concert. The event will take place on the practice range at Omni Tucson National Resort on Saturday, February 29, 2020, following the second round of competition at the Cologuard Classic.
The "wild javelinas" are up for auction to the public from October 26 through November 3. This silent auction will benefit the Tubac Center of the Arts (TCA) and other local non-profits.
The University of Arizona Center for Creative Photography has acquired the archive of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Hume Kennerly.
The sixth annual Tucson Jazz Festival, presented by HSL Properties, welcomes Mavis Staples, Christian McBride, and headliner Average White Band for 11 days of jazz in January in beautiful downtown Tucson, January 10-20, 2020.
Executive Pastry Chef, Shelli Soto, featured on Food Network’s Halloween Cake-Off
Explore hundreds of colorful glass pumpkins, enjoy live glassblowing demonstrations and make fall-themed glass projects at Sonoran Glass School’s annual Pumpkin Fiesta, October 5 - 6, 2019.
Visit Tucson has resumed offering Tucson Tourism Ambassador certification, part of the nationally accredited Certified Tourism Ambassador™ (CTA) program.
The 46th Annual Tucson Meet Yourself Folklife Festival returns to the city blocks around Jacome Plaza this year with three days of festivities, including live performances, folk arts, cooking demonstrations, and over 50 food vendors representing 30 countries and regions.