Tickets & Events in Rio Rico


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  • Big Nose Kate's Saloon
    For true American comfort food, head to Big Nose Kate's Saloon for a sandwich or side of fries. Cautious diners will appreciate the low-fat and gluten-free fare at Big Nose Kate's Saloon. Complete your meal with the perfect glass of wine or beer from Big Nose Kate's Saloon's drink list. Youngsters don't need to sit out a trip to Big Nose Kate's Saloon — it's super family-friendly and perfect for little diners and their folks. For weekday specials that hit the spot, head to Big Nose Kate's Saloon's happy hour. Big Nose Kate's Saloon has a large dining room, making it easy to seat large parties. Enjoy live music with your food and drinks at Big Nose Kate's Saloon as well. With the blasting music and the rambunctious crowd, noise levels at this restaurant can exceed a jackhammer. Weekend visitors to the restaurant are well advised to take advantage of the reservation system — crowds tend to pack the place on Fridays and Saturdays. No need to dress up for a trip to Big Nose Kate's Saloon — the casual restaurant encourages laid-back attire. null Dining at Big Nose Kate's Saloon will set you back about $30 per person on average.
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    421 E Allen Ln
    Huachuca City, AZ US
  • Opening Night Race
    For years, the lights above the Tucson Speedway would stay dark at night, since the track cracked in the harsh light of day. That all changed in 2012, when START Tucson LLC acquired the facility and set out to resurface the track, upgrade the lighting and PA systems, replace wood throughout the bleachers, and welcome racers and fans to the fabled oval. Today, stock engines roar past cheering fans as drivers speed around the 3/8-mile track, with the fastest drivers taking the checkered flag and last-place vehicles clawed by pursuing lions. The track hosts a wide range of car classes, including mini stocks that cram the horsepower of a full-size racecar into a smaller frame, and Hornet-class contests that showcase beginning racers facing off in Late Model rides.
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    11955 S Harrison Rd.
    Vail, AZ US
  • University of Arizona Athletics
    Over the years, the University of Arizona?s athletic teams have been linked together by one phrase: ?bear down.? Now the official battle cry of the Wildcats, those were the dying words of an iconic student-athlete, John ?Button? Salmon, who died in 1926 after a fatal car accident. Since then, the phrase has stood behind countless milestone moments, such as when Lute Olson, in 1983, became the 11th head coach of the Wildcats men?s basketball team, setting off a string of 25 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances?including a national title in 1997. Several other national titles belong to Arizona outside of the hardwood, including four from the men?s baseball team and eight from the women?s softball program. Every fall inside Arizona Stadium, the Wildcats football team rouses up to 56,000 fans with hard-hitting Pac-12 showdowns, by far the most popular event on campus behind the linguistics department?s weekly phonetics bee.
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    1721 E Enke Dr.
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Tucson Celtic Festival & Scottish Highland Games
    The cultural traditions of Ireland, Scotland, and Wales have enlivened Tucson for more than a quarter century thanks to the Tucson Celtic Festival & Scottish Highland Games. Along with traditional music, dancing, and food, guests can also witness feats of athletic prowess during the internationally sanctioned Scottish Highland Games. The traditional event features activities such as a caber toss, which consists of participants lifting and throwing gargantuan wooden poles so that they land parallel to the thrower but not touching any of their vital organs, and Highland croquet, substituting the usual equipment with bowling balls and sledgehammers. If any questions as to the event?s authenticity remain, one need only look to the audience for confirmation: each year sees 30 to 40 Scottish clans come together to celebrate their heritage.
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    Rillito Raceway Park
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Arizona Diamondbacks Training Centers Tucson
    After joining the National League's West Division in 1998, it only took four seasons for the Arizona Diamondbacks to become World Series champions, making them the fastest expansion team to win it all in MLB history. Since then, the D-backs faithful continue to fill the stands of Chase Field, a 48,000-seat retractable-roof ballpark constructed for the team's inaugural season. The widest LED board in Major League Baseball replays crucial saves and high-flying hits in 136'x46' of high-definition glory, and just beyond the fence in right-center field, a swimming pool allows fans armed with foam noodles to whack opponents' home runs back into play. During the fourth inning of every game, kids can interact with D. Baxter the Bobcat in his upper-concourse Den equipped with slides and batting cages.
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    2110 West Curtis Road
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Tower Theatres
    When a team of locals designed Tower Theatres, they imagined a movie-watching experience based around comfort. They corralled comfortable, rocker-style chairs and love seats and spaced the rows 18 vertical inches apart to give moviegoers unobstructed views of the screen. And the 4 ample feet separating each row from the one in front of it allows for plenty of leg stretching, easy maneuvering past fellow guests, and luxurious preshow yoga routines. Before the previews roll on their first-run blockbusters of choice, patrons can test their coordination on video games or air hockey or select concessions such as pizza, nachos, and Hebrew National hot dogs for midmovie sustenance.
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    5755 W. Arizona Pavilions Drive
    Tucson, AZ US

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