Should have done this a while back! Club Sanctuary (hosted at Surly Wench Pub on 4th av.) Is truly unique in Tucson! A place for those who like to hear good Modern Electronic Music. Sure, there are now finally after many years of being ignored several clubs in town that play Electronic music. But Sanctuary is different than all of those... it mainly caters to the tastes of those who like the Obscure and the Dark & Gothic Heavy sides of Dance music! Music styles like E.B.M. Industrial, Synth-pop, Power-Noise, Gothic-Electro, and some old school 80's Techno are what you will hear, no top 40 radio stuff! Most of it all underground and from Europe, mostly Germany, Belgium, Sweden, U.K. etc where this music is common!! Bands such as: Wolfsheim, De/vision, Skinny Puppy, Nitzer Ebb, Front 242, SITD, And One, Front Line Assembly, Hocico, Funker Vogt, Suicide Commando, and many more are played!! Jack hammer beats and menacing vocals in most songs, so be prepared to dance aggressively and get a work-out, no fluffy slow love songs here, the most thumpy music in town! Some of the Phoenix crowd even drives down for Sanctuary night, it is that good... usually featuring Dj's Black Flagg & Plastic Disease.
Monterey Court is a nice place. The restaurant is intimate and the food is very good and reasonably priced. This time my girlfriends and I ate on the patio and listened to the live music. I'm pretty much a fan of current pop and rock, but I totally enjoyed this music. I'm 28 but I remember my parents listening to the music Kelly plays. Neil Diamond, Simon and Garfunkel, Beatles, Eagles, John Denver, even Pink Floyd. I liked the acoustic guitar and he has a nice voice - it was like a personal concert. Definitely recommend!
Well Fox changed their schedule but didn't let you guys know apparently. That was a pointless 2 hour round trip
Jackson Street parking lot (downtown Tucson, between Scott & Stone Avenues, behind the Udall Foundation)
1 block south of Broadway Blvd., between Scott & Stone Avenues, Tucson, AZ, United States
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AZUFF just gets better every year. Such interesting films! And, virtually our only opportunity to view them here in Tucson. Some of these films will not even be shown anywhere else in the state. After last year's success, I'm going to get my movie pass early. Really looking forward to it!
We sat on the patio having drinks and listened as Kelly sang hit after hit. The songs were all favorites from the sixties and seventies but not the standrd boring jukebox fare. Kelly is a refreshing break from the typical bar-scene musicians. He really puts all of himself into his performance and connects with the crowd. A very pleasant surprise!
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Place is great, music is fun and so is karaoke Dj Brandon. Go with open mind Karaoke dj is ADD and it shows so sometimes rotation gets mixed up. It is Fun just make sure you keeping your ears open for your name.. No food unfortunately but some dang strong drinks.
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Worst karaoke dj ever! Me and my buddy spent an hour trying to figure out what song to sing, and then we went to smoke and came back to find the dj and what appeared to be his friends singing our song. He had like ten artists on tap and couldn't even play half of their songs. Shitty first karaoke experience.
Doug & Devon
This was a great event! The portraits were up all over the walls and the vibe of the art and music was totally cool as the full moon came up. Loved it!
Arizona International Film Festival
"Best of the Fest"
6pm @ The Screening Room
Justin, a young war veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder, finds that coming back home is filled with many unforeseen challenges. As a financial crisis and inadequate post-war veteran services conspire against Justin healing his physical and emotional scars, he maintains complicated relationships with his employer and teacher, at once accepting and rejecting their help.
Great service to the public! Learn about participating in clinical research while you are there!
Beautiful art work in a sublime location. The gallery space presents Stevens' art work in one of the most beautiful settings in the Tucson valley. Stevens' art, while known by a select few in Tucson and Tubac, is truly one of the best kept secrets in our area. His vivid use of color and space reinvents our southwest landscape and people, bringing our imaginations into play. His paintings are always fresh, bringing something new to the eye each time they are viewed. One could live a lifetime with his art, never tiring of it. Victor has been underground for a number of years, not showing his art anywhere. Tucson is fortunate that this artist has opened his own studio/gallery in order to share his paintings with the public once again. It is true that to see Victor's art you must drive a little, however you get so much more in return! It is well worth the drive to visit Victor's Studio and Gallery in the Desert.
I know the playwright. This is an intense, dark, beautiful noirish story. I haven't seen it yet, but I'm going.
Can't wait for this event! What a great time and haven't seen a Flam Chen show in a while.
This is a really fun tournament...Please note that April 7th is the sign up deadline and that April 14th is the actual date of the tournament!
"The AmoSphere!" opened last week at Club Congress for Ivan Neville's "Dumpstaphunk"
It was a great night of music and "The AmoSphere!" phunked it up! Great to see they are back at Congress again!
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