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  • Tucson Rodeo and Parade

      La Fiesta de los Vaqueros is the Tucson Rodeo you can’t miss. A signature event in the city, you can experience “the vaquero way” February 18 – 26 with covered seating for all guests, a catered lunch and beverage ...

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  • Romantic Tucson Restaurants

      Make your Valentine’s Day dinner reservations in Tucson early, as many book up fast! Acacia in St. Philip’s Plaza is one of the most romantic restaurants in the area, with both indoor and outdoor seating available. Sustainability ...

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  • Kids! Join the Coati Club

      Do you and your little ones regularly visit Tucson? If so, bring them to the Desert Museum to join the exclusive Coati Kids Club, a family membership option with programs just for kids aged 6 – 12 (and their favorite ...

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  • Chinese New Year

      January 28th marks the Year of the Rooster on the lunar calendar, and Tucson visitors have many celebration options. The Tucson Sino Choir and Confucius Institute partners with the University of Arizona for the eighth annual festival. Organized by ...

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  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day

      It’s been one year since Martin Luther King Jr. Street was named, replacing the former Nobel Way, and this year another celebratory walk will kick off from the Bridges at UA Tech Park. Winding through the streets to ...

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  • A Tucson New Year’s Eve

      Champagne toasts, ball drops, confetti canons and multiple stages for dancing? It’s all yours at a Tucson New Year’s Eve party. Rick Braun’s New Year’s Eve bash is always popular, and this year it’s ...

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  • Tucson for Food & Culture

    Tucson is a gastro and cultural hub, marrying influences like Spanish, Native American, Anglo-American and Mexican in one delicious destination. Many travelers come just for the food, especially once they’ve heard about the Sonoran Dog. It’s a hot ...

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  • December Holiday Gatherings

      Vacationing in Tucson during the holidays? You have plenty of options to get into the spirit. Head to the 22nd Annual International Holiday Bazaar where you can find fair trade treasures from around the world. Non-profit organizations sell socially-conscious ...

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  • Light Up Tucson

      Need some mood lighting this holiday season? Tucson is aglow, starting with the annual Oro Valley Holiday Tree Lighting on December 3 at 4 p.m. This officially begins the winter holiday season with live holiday music, Santa Claus ...

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  • A Tucson Thanksgiving

      Traveling during the holidays can be challenging, but not when you have the comfiest guest rooms and a slew of Thanksgiving feast options! Many students, faculty and staff stick close to the U of A during the holidays, and ...

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