Skinny jeansters, tousled hipsters, aging folkies, dressed-up hotties – the crowd at Tucson's most happening club inside the grandly aging Hotel Congress defines the word eclectic. And so does the musical lineup, wh…
This gorgeous 1920 vaudeville and movie theater has been reborn as a top venue for live touring acts. It features everything from alt-pop to reggae, Latin dance to swing, plus the odd comedian – basically anyone too…
Formerly known as Plush, Flycatcher is a club to watch when it comes to catching cool regional bands. Covers are charged only for bigger acts, and there's a daily happy hour between 4pm and 8pm.
The Arizona Theatre Company stages shows at this renovated 1920s building.
For indie, art-house and foreign movies head to Loft Cinema, in business since 1972.
One of the state's leading ensembles, the TSO plays at the Tucson Music Hall and other venues from September to May.
It’s always worth checking out what’s on at the deco Fox Theatre, a gloriously glittery venue for classic and modern movies, music, theater and dance.
The Arizona Opera was founded in 1971; its Tucson venue is here at the Tucson Music Hall, with its season running from October to April.
The Arizona Opera and Tucson Symphony Orchestra perform here at the Tucson Music Hall.
The state's leading dramatic company stages productions here at the Temple of Music & Art in downtown Tucson between September and May.