My Husband and I attended the show just this weekend--Valentine weekend. If you know anything about Tucson...well some of the post before may have had their expectations set wayyyy high. From where it was held, you should'nt have expected a lot. But when we sat down, it was pretty hillarious. Loved Trixie, the southern tranny, a Rupaul reject. She/It made the whole show funny. The food was typical diner food, and you're right, the chicken sauce was questionable...but the dessert was scrumptious. We sat with 3 other couple in our table and they too had a blast. It's similar to Gaslight without the singing and yes, the actors and actress' worked hard as our wait staff too... My only reccomendation is perhaps to lower the price. I recommend it.....w/o high expectations...you ARE, by the way, in Tucson! :-)
Good atmosphere. DJ Century spun a repertoire of music that kept the party going.
Played my requests and made it a fun time for me and my friends. Tucson's newest cutting edge Dj, check him out the boy has skills!
I meant to star this event. I only wish we could have had the whole parking lot for the performers ... and I have a feeling that is what is happening for the next one on September 21!!!
It says karaoke/ Open Mic, which is true, but the Open Mic is predominantly a Stand-up Comedy Open Mic, whereas at most other bars Open Mics are mainly geared toward Live Music/ Jams, so acoustic acts are welcome, but please aim to be funny. The Karaoke after Open Mic is usually pretty awesome too, because some of the comics stick around and sing... drunk, so that's entertaining. Wednesdays are All You Can Eat Wings for $9.99, also $1 Domestic Drafts along with other great drink specials and for anyone who performs atleast 3 times in a row, you get a free burger and soda. So please come down, bring your friends, have a good times. Open Mic starts at 7:30/8:00, Karaoke starts about 9:30/10:00
Great for people watching and very interesting Art. Good shoes a must, lots of walking. Be sure to wear your sunscreens and a hat. They also have lots of hats for sale there. Please don't bring your dog, no matter how much you love them, it's so crowded and hot, it's not fair for the animal.
'skp' should stay in his nursing home so he isn't bothered by the rest of us who actually live life & have a little fun. Hey 'skp', I think their calling you for bingo time...
This will be a great concert, don't miss it - there is also a performance at 7PM on March 6th.
What a great room, great service, food..
Correct phone number for Tucson Barbershop Experience is 290-8844 but 6:30PM Wed nights at the JCC is correct and the place to be for men who like to sing!
Although Son Volt's band did not make it to town, Jay Farrar and Mark put on an incredible acoustic duet to open the show. Mixing songs from The Search and their new album, American Central Dust, the sound rang true as did the lyrics. Farrar has proven to be one of the best songwriter's and musicians. The Cowboy Junkies were awesome, and closed a special night at the Rialto
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