A collection of local Tucson music nostalgia is being organized into a museum to showcase the local entertainment scene over the past 50 years. Club Congress is hosting the Tucson Rock 'n Roll Museum and
Fun Fall Festivals in Cochise County, AZ The small communities sprinkled throughout Cochise County celebrate events in uniquely colorful ways that reflect the heritage and energy of the southeastern Arizona. Blues, Cowboys, Cool Cars, the
Masterworks of Spanish Colonial Art from Phoenix Art Museum’s Collection will be at Phoenix Art Museum from September 5, 2015 to February 28, 2016. The press images Dropbox folder for this exhibition is linked here
Tucson Botanical Gardens presents NATURE CONNECTS, ART WITH LEGO BRICKS from September 11 to January 3, 2016. 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thirteen sculptures, including a hanging Corn Spider, Galapagos Tortoise and Monarch Butterfly all
Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) heads into its 49th season with a bold new look. ATC has launched a redesigned website highlighted by a striking new logo that underscores the company’s energy, strength and rich history.
The 99-year history of the Phoenix Indian School and recent efforts to renovate a building used to educate American Indians there will be presented in an exhibit at Phoenix’s Heritage Square that includes photographs and
Banda Calaca: Installation by Tucson Artist Hank Tusinski Opens to the public Saturday, September 26 Banda Calaca, a large scale Day of the Dead-inspired installation by Tucson artist Hank Tusinski, opens Saturday, September 26, 2015,
The Western National Parks Store events in November. To reserve seats, please call 520-622-6014 during business hours, beginning one week prior to the event. Unclaimed reservations are cancelled five minutes prior to program. Additional parking
The Heard Museum will open a new exhibit which displays a complete body of work by one of the 20th Century’s most significant artists on Friday, Oct. 2. Spirit Lines: Helen Hardin Etchings will feature
Wonderland Market, a three day holiday shopping extravaganza, will take place December 4-6, 2015 at WestWorld of Scottsdale. The market will have more than 75 vendors to help attendees find the perfect gifts this holiday
Circus School of Arizona Is Proud to Announce...FALL SESSION 2015 from Monday, October 5th - Sunday, December 15th Fall 2015 SESSION DETAILS All classes are Mixed Aerials unless otherwise specified. Aerial Asana Yoga now offered!
Shen Wei in Black, White & Gray Opens to the public Friday, October 9 Shen Wei Dance Arts entertainment at Centennial Hall on Sunday, November 22, at 7:00 PM Tucson is very fortunate to simultaneously
The Sonoran Desert Chorale announces its 2015-16 Season, a musical exploration of the primal elements: earth, fire, wind, and water. Season tickets packages for the full season are on sale now for $60 adults/$50 seniors
Two of the Valley’s favorite and most-celebrated actors will bring their special gifts to the holiday season in limited engagement one-person performances of Charles Dickens’ beloved holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, and David Sedaris’ hilarious
ARIZONA OPERA ANNOUNCES 45TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON Presented by Season of "firsts" including a U.S. opera company premiere, three operas never before seen in Arizona, and twenty company debuts from leading talent General Director Ryan Taylor
Heard Museum Monthly Calendar, November 2015 Phoenix – HEARD MUSEUM · PHOENIX The Heard Museum features 12 exhibit galleries, the Heard Museum Shop and Bruce McGee’s Collector’s Room featuring outstanding fine art, lush outdoor courtyards
When the leaves change colors and the chill in the air greets each morning, the city of Sedona slowly turns into a red rock winter wonderland getaway. For those looking to escape snow shoveling and
Copeland is hitting the road a Fall U.S. tour this fall with support from Eisley and We Are The City. The tour, which is the band's first headlining run since their official break-up in 2009,
The Art Directors Guild (ADG, IATSE Local 800) Gallery 800 presents “ART UNITES 9: An Eclectic Mix of Art and Artists’ Works” opening Saturday, November 7, 2015 with a hosted reception from 5:00 p.m. -
Disgraced, Ayad Akhtar’s edge-of-your-seat Pulitzer Prize- winning play about a successful Muslim-American lawyer whose dinner guests’ discussion of race and identity explodes to reveal racial prejudices and personal secrets plays at the Herberger Theater Center,
Native American Month 2015 is held on November 27-29 at the Sheraton Hotel Courtyard at 5151 E. Grant Road.
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