Tucson is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the southwest, and the many events and festivals we have throughout the year are proof of this. From street fairs to concerts to museum events and everything in between, there are tons of things to do in Tucson in March.
At the very beginning of the month, catch Monster Jam®, which will take place over the weekend of March 2 to March 4 and puts on an incredible monster truck show in the iconic Tucson Arena and Convention Center. If you’re not interested in big trucks, try the 4th Avenue Spring Street Fair the same weekend, where you can visit over 400 arts and crafts booths and much more.
Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival
The week of March 4, see the 25th Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival. A series of concerts, master classes, a gala dinner, and even a youth concert organized by artistic director Peter Rejto will leave you amazed by the world-class talents of these musicians.
Oro Valley Spring Festival of the Arts
Toward the end of the month, you won’t want to miss the Oro Valley Spring Festival of the Arts, a two-day festival with over a hundred artists and exhibitors in every art medium, plus performances, activities, and food vendors.
If you’re in Tucson in March, pay us a visit! We can’t wait to see you at Quebedeaux Mitsubishi!
October is one of the best months of the year for festivals and events, thanks to fall starting, Halloween, and much more. Here are some of the most exciting October Events in Tucson.
One of these events is the Mexican Baseball Fiesta, which will take place at the beginning of October, on the weekend of the 5th through the 8th. This event brings together favorite teams from Mexico’s Pacific Coast minor league baseball league in a series of games against players from Major League Baseball teams.
In mid-October, from the 13th to the 15th, check out the Tucson Meet Yourself event, a massive outdoor food court that celebrates the Arizona-Sonora folk and ethnic communities by displaying and selling their food and art.
Film Fest Tucson will take place the following weekend, starting on Thursday the 19th and continuing through the 22nd. Featuring films from Arizona’s history as well as new independent films, this festival celebrates the city’s long history of filmmaking.
For Halloween, check out the 22nd annual Pumpkin Festival and Corn Maze, which will take place every Saturday and Sunday throughout October, or check out one of the many film and music events being held at The Screening Room, the Rialto Theater, and the Fox Tucson Theater.
To find out more about October events in Tucson, give us a call at Quebedeaux Mitsubishi!
Now that summer is here, it’s time to have some fun! Here at Quebedeaux Mitsubishi, we love living and working in Tucson. Here are some great June events in Tucson that you should consider attending.
- National Trails Day. On June 3rd, celebrate America’s greatest recreational trails with a visit to Mt. Lemmon in Coronado National Forest. You can also explore other local areas including Catalina State Park, Oracle State Park, or Fort Bowie National Historic Site.
- Spacefest VIII. From June 8th through the 11th, the JW Marriot Starr Pass Resort will host the annual reunion of NASA Apollo astronauts, astronomers, space scientists, authors, and fans. Ticket costs range from $20-$30 per day (children 12 and under are free).
- Mexican Food Festival. On June 17th, just in time for Father’s Day weekend, head to the best 23 miles of authentic Mexican food in the state. This area includes the City of South Tucson, lower midtown, and downtown. In addition to enjoying the great food, there will be food demonstrations, live music, and more.
- Salute to the Buffalo Soldiers Days. This fun festival is hosted by the city of Tombstone and runs from June 23rd through June 25th from 8am to 5pm each day. There will be street entertainment, food, a parade, and more.
Which of these summer events are you planning to attend?