This spring, Tucson’s enthusiastic performing arts and cultural scene is booming with talented artists, musicians, dancers, and actors throughout the Tucson area. Grab your tickets now and plan for an enriching season of showstopping theatrical numbers, choreographies that will leave you breathless, and sensational symphonies. Here are just a few of the many...
Growling trumpets, sultry saxophones, elusive ride cymbals with bass drum accents and some of the most velvety voices in jazz music come together for the annual Tucson Jazz Festival. Spanning nearly two toe-tapping weeks, the jazz festival is located at venues throughout downtown, including the Rialto Theatre, Fox Tucson Theatre, Club Congress and the Tucson Convention Center Music Hall. This high-spirited musical event runs from Jan. 12 to Jan. 22 and features some of the best jazz musicians in the country.
Executive director of Jazz in January, Yvonne Ervin, says festival-goers can’t miss...
The Tucson International Mariachi Conference will once again take Old Pueblo’s center stage this April.
Tucson movie buffs can enjoy a special treat at Tucson Cine Mexico 2011.
La Encantada is coveted among Tucson residents for its architecture, atmosphere and high-end selections. In fact, it’s hard not to fall in love with La Encantada and desire to spend more time at the shopping complex.