The newly remodeled Maverick Country Night Club reopened its doors with the same Country theme that Tucson grew up with and a few changes on September 8, 2005. The Maverick Day was presented as a proclamation from the City of Tucson Office of the Mayor during reopening ceremonies.
The new Maverick has a larger dance floor, a whiskey bar and new lounge area. A new sound and an extensive light system are tied into several flat screen TV’s around the club featuring music from a library of over 7,500 videos.
It’s a whole new experience with an old Tucson name. The Maverick has been part of Tucson’s nightlife for 42 years and has brought some of the County’s top musical talent through its doors. A large, new stage plays host to live country music.
The Maverick originally opened in 1962 at the southeast corner of 22nd Street and Columbus. It closed down after a fire.
King of Clubs has been Tucson's premiere country nightclub for more than 40 years. Live country music, dancing, and Tucson's friendliest staff make for an awesome atmosphere.
In addition to great drinks, The Maverick also boasts a fantastic food menu.
These great artists are now part of a long line of great country music stars that have appeared at The Maverick over the years including Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Charlie Pride, and Tanya Tucker, Restless Heart, John Corbett just to name a few! See photos of some of top acts at the Maverick over the decades.
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