Info from a flyer handed to me at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and from the MoCtoberfest website:
Saturday March 31, 12 noon to 12 a.m. April Fool’s Day
Mercado San Agustin, 100 S. Avenida del Convento, Tucson (1/2 mile west of I-10, SW corner of Congress St.)
This is supposedly an April Fool’s Carnival “with some of the best performers, artists & musicians in benefit of the All Souls Procession.” The schedule of performances is online at their website.
Workshops and Demonstrations
Flight School-balancing acrobatics, Tucson Circus Arts-Poi Club and Aerial demos, Orbital Evolution-Hooping,
Vox Urbana, Golden Boots, The Missing Parts, Salvador Duran, Marianne Dissard, 20,000 Strong Men, GSol , Trima Muzicante, Mamaxé & Planet Djembe, Professor Paul, Rudy Cortese’s “Living From the Heart”, Kate Fritz, Saturnalia with DJ Carl Hanni and sommelier & magician Kenny Stewart, This Group of People, Orbital Evolution & Elemental Artistry, Flight School, Wonderfools, Anarchestra, Brass Pandemonium, and FLAM CHEN and Friends will open the Sideshow of the 7 Deadly Sins in the evening.
Cutie Pie Accessories, Bonnie Behan Art, THE RED ANT, Fire Mecca, Quasimodos Sisters, Elksong Jewelry, Kim Kei, The Altergirl, Flower the Clown, Two Groovy Sisters LLC, Mole Dona Vicky, Wandering Star, Emily Ann Jones Photography, Artesenia Mexicana, and more TBA.
Guerrero’s BBQ, Foodie Fleet, Animal Farm, Cyclopsicle, Isabella’s Ice Cream, Ceviche, Agustin Brasserie, Breezeway Bar, Taqueria el Pueblito, la Estrella Bakery, San Agustin Trading Co, Taxco Silvera, Sonoran Sno Cones, Dolce Pastello, la Cabana, Margy’s Jams, the Mesquitery, Many y Matate, Chilttepica Salsas
Nimbus Brewery, Queen Sol from Flagstaff (waiting on confirmation) and “home brew” enthusiasts will be doing tasting & workshops on “How To”. Commercial brewers will be on site to do tastings as well-
Whiskey-Breath Burkesque’s Booty-Tsunami & Gender “Blurd” Fashion show (?)
$20 all ages, kids 12 & under free
$14 presale tickets available 24 hours at Shot in the Dark Cafe, 121 E. Broadway (or online at the website).
Potential guest: Camilo Lauro of the Mexican Institute of Sound
Website www.moctoberfest.com Email contact is firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 520-461-1110 x 8 or 520-203-1093.
Sounds like a lot of revelry planned for the onset of April Fool’s Day, 2012.