Every 2nd Saturday of the month, if you are looking for something to do, check out the website of 2nd Saturdays Downtown, www.2ndsaturdaysdowntown.com for more than enough information on happenings on & about E. Congress St. We’ve only missed a few of these urban street fests, and they’re so much fun, with lots of free things to do and delicious food to eat.
Here’s the schedule for this coming Saturday:
Scott Avenue Main Stage @ Broadway Blvd
4pm: Deceptively Innocent
5pm: Mitzi Cowell & The Valiants
6:15pm: Ballet Folklorico La Paloma
6:30pm: Heather ‘Lil Mama’ Hardy Band
7:45pm: Frisky Frolic Stilt Dance Party
8pm: The Last Call Girls
Southwest Soul Circuit 5th Ave & Congress St.
4pm-9pm: Kevin & Tanishia Hamilton
Mars & Beyond 300 E. Congress St.
9am-9pm: Our solar system & Mars, featuring the scientific work by UA teams. 5pm-9pm: Activities with Physics Factory & Biosphere 2
Science Downtown Courtyard (SE corner 5th & Congress) TBA
Club Congress 311 E. Congress St.
8pm: Hieroglyphics ($15-$18)
Rialto Theatre 318 E. Congress St.
8pm: The Fab Four: Ultimate Tribute ($35)
Sacred Machine 245 E. Congress St.
Along Downtown’s Streets
4pm: 7 Pipers Band
4pm-9pm: Parasol Project Living Statues
7pm-9pm: Tucson Circus Arts Stilt Walkers
West Side Rides Car Club
Ronstadt Transit Center @ 6th Ave/Congress St
4pm-5pm: Ballet Folklorico La Paloma
5pm-6pm: Brass Pandamonium
7pm-9pm: Sticks & Fingers Ensemble
7pm-9pm: Magician John Coppin
Fox Tucson Theatre 17 W. Congress St.
7pm: Tucson Jazz Institute’s Ellington Band (FREE)
SW Corner Congress St/Stone Ave
4pm-9pm: One Heart Beat
Indian Village Lot – Kids’ Corner!
Between Stone Ave & Scott on Congress Street
Cinema La Placita Presents: The Muppet Movie
MEB Property Management 120 E. Congress St.
The Screening Room 127 E. Congress St.
Outside Sapphire Lounge 61 E. Congress St.
6pm-8pm: Jacob Garcia
Outside Rocking Queen 45 S. 6th Ave.
Chicago Store 130 E. Congress St.
The Drawing Studio 33 S. 6th Ave.
Arizona Theatre Co. 330 S. Scott Ave.
8pm: Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps $35-$52
La Cocina 201 N. Court Ave.
7pm: The Determined Luddites
Tucson Convention Center 260 S. Church Ave.
7:30pm-10:30pm: Wildcat Hockey vs. San Diego, $5-$17
And coming up in February:
Arizona Centennial Weekend Celebration Set for February 10-12, Downtown Tucson
Arizona Centennial Commission & 2012 Foundation, Downtown Tucson Partnership, Jim Click, Second Saturday, University of Arizona and City of Tucson announce a joint Arizona Centennial event in Downtown Tucson, February 10–12.
Festivities planned, and co-sponsored by the Arizona Centennial Commission & 2012 Foundation, include free street concerts on Scott and 5th Avenues, free concerts at the Fox Theatre, fireworks, street musicians, food vendors, rides and historical reenactments.
For information on the Arizona Centennial, visit www.AZ100YEARS.org.
Arizona became a state on February 14, 1912, almost a hundred years ago.