Saturday, October 12, 2013

Tucson Meet Yourself Turns 40

Posted By on Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 5:23 PM

Tucson Meet Yourself brings food, fun and festivities to Downtown Tucson until Sunday night. Booths like this one that sells Turkish ice cream is just one of scores that invaded downtown for this years festival.
  • John de Dios
  • Tucson Meet Yourself brings food, fun and festivities to Downtown Tucson until Sunday night. Booths like this one that sells Turkish ice cream is just one of scores that invaded downtown for this year's festival.

A rich tapestry of cultures and a smörgåsbord of ethnic foods comes together once again in Downtown Tucson this weekend.

Tucson Meet Yourself celebrates their 40th Anniversary this weekend, bringing together more than 100 artisans, music and diversity. The "folklife" festival invades the downtown area until Sunday night.

Listen to Robert Alcaraz's report below.

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