Festivals in Tucson Estates


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  • Arizona International Film Festival
    Each year, the Arizona International Film Festival collects features and shorts from all over the world, repping nations including Canada, Mexico, the Netherlands, Taiwan, and the United States. During the course of 17 days, the festival screens more than 100 films in categories such as Feature Narrative, Comedy Short, Feature Documentary, and Experimental Short. The festival also hosts special programs such as Cine Sin Fronteras, which examines border issues, and IndieYouth, a collection of films made by filmmakers young enough to not remember when documentaries were primarily just overhead projections of the week’s rainfall statistics.
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    127 East Congress Street
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Wet Pool Party 2015 featuring DVBBS
    A celebration of electronica, hip-hop, rock, and other musical styles, N9NE Fest is an immersive sensory experience with a musical lineup (starting at 7 p.m.) that includes mash-up artist Girl Talk, hit-making crew Far East Movement, and genre-bending twosome Silver Medallion. With the bands providing the soundtrack, festivaliens can soak their groove things in water-park features including the 1,500-person foam pit similar to those used in ancient Persian matrimonial ceremonies. Two enormous water slides will also be on hand, signifying the historical bond between pop music and Newtonian physics, while towers on each side of the stage will illuminate the proceedings with a light show. Foam-fatigued revelers can refuel courtesy of beer and food vendors, and shuttle buses ($4.99 roundtrip) are available to escort festivalgoers to and from the park.
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    5655 W Valencia Rd.
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Tucson's Desert Bluegrass Festival
    For the 12th year, the nonprofit Desert Bluegrass Association gathers the finest pickers and song spinners of the Great Southwest for the Desert Bluegrass Festival, an annual celebration under the wide-open skies of AVA Amphitheater. The Thomas Porter & Copper River Band kick off the Saturday-evening schedule at 7 p.m. with old-fashioned tunes suitable for boxcar hopping and pie cooling, followed by The Kickin Grass Band's powerful harmonies, hard-driving instruments, and lyrics that stir tears from tumbleweeds. Grammy-nominated bluegrass powerhouse Blue Highway polishes off the night at 8:30 p.m., treating music fans and the rising moon to award-winning Dobros, mandolins, and lush vocal tapestries.
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    5655 W Valencia Rd.
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Terror in the Corn
    Armed with only their courage, adventurers work their way through darkened alleys of corn, the path lit by nothing more than a curtain of stars above. But they're not alone. Through this maze lurk crazed doctors, hungry zombies, and grisly artifacts of murder and mayhem––an army of bloodthirsty terrors standing between groups of unwilling victims and the exit. Not all the stalks at Buckelew Farms are haunted, however. Those who escape the Terror in the Corn unscathed can relax their nerves and test their navigational skills in the flashlight maze, where groups survey the darkness to find 12 different checkpoints that offer up clues to the maze. The casual-paced attraction offers up a challenge similar to a classic scavenger hunt, but without the creepy neighbors. Both mazes make a great ending to a day at the farm's 24th Annual Pumpkin Festival, where guests enjoy a lively collection of fall pastimes. Tractors tow carts of hay and families to pumpkin fields to pick out an ideal jack-o'-lantern candidate, and a smattering of colorful tents house arts and crafts activities, children’s games, and a petting zoo full of friendly beasts waiting to be pet, fed, and stealthily adopted. The farm will also be hosting a Great Pumpkin 5K race on October 14, during which participants chart a course through the farm and parts of the corn maze in order to win prizes and raise funds for the University of Arizona Medical Center Departments of Surgery and Neurology.
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    17000 W. Ajo Way
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Cinco De Mayo
    Come hungry and leave happy! Cinco De Mayo in Tucson aims to please even the pickiest eater. Get online gratis thanks to Cinco De Mayo's complimentary wifi. Cinco De Mayo offers carryout for your convenience. Ample parking is located near Cinco De Mayo. Bicyclists will also find lots of space to safely lock up their bikes.
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    3535 E Fort Lowell Rd
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Tubac Center of the Arts
    The Tubac Center of the Arts presents several artistic exhibitions and events annually. Its gallery features nationally juried exhibits from contemporary artists, as well as works by its own members. Previous exhibitions have included the members exhibit of 72 artists of Southern Arizona and From the Earth ? An Exhibit of Glass, Clay & Paper. Its stage features musicians, theatrical performances, and comedians. Previous performances have included the TSO Wind Quartet and The Original Wildcat Jass Band's blend of New Orleans and Chicago jazz.
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    9 Plaza Rd.
    Tubac, AZ US

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