The Desert Impressions photographers are really talented. I saw their first show last year at Starr Pass. They had some incredible images, all for sale as artwork or as note cards
MIKE HELPED US OUT ONE NIGHT AT BERKYS WHEN MILT GOT THROWN IN THE SLAMMER. HE CAN PLAY JUST BOUT ANYTHING.
Teha Nightsound's imaginative use of a traditional Asian medium to portray contemporary American elements is art at its finest. Even if you overlook the superb technical skill that she puts into her work (but is unfamiliar to many people), the subtlety and simplicity of design are astounding and fresh. Art should be about breaking out of an ordinary view of life and Nightsound's sumi-e genuinely accomplishes that in a first-class way.
The Annual Encaustic Invitational never disappoints! Be sure to check out one of this year's finest exhibitions from Tucson's premiere contemporary art gallery.
All 3 DJs play vinyl-only obscurities from the 70's & 80's: Disco, Post-Punk, Coldwave, Synthpop, Electro, Italo, Early Industrial & Goth, 80's Detroit Techno & Chicago House. A veritable smorgasbord of synthetic weirdness to please the kiddies. Dancing is encouraged.
GRIND is the band playing this Saturday Feb 27 and, they are AMAZING!!!! You have to go see these guys and gal, the singer is the best in Tucson and, the band is so much fun. The sticker contest was off the hook...just come to see it.lol.
Kick ass hard rock!!!! Musicianship is the best I have seen, these guys rock, sound great but are F...ing loud (You could turn it down a couple of notches boys, and still be a bit too loud!) They have the best sound system and light show I have seen and I have lived in many states and love live rock n roll. Tucson does not deserve these guys, they need to be playing Vegas or alot better venues than dumpy Tucson.
A heartfelt, joyous, multi-age, community celebration. It is an uplifting experience and open to all.
InTheAudience with your laughable grammar skills how could you possible understand or even appreciate a play that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist. (By the way that was a fragment) This show is one of the best I’ve seen in Tucson and it starts with the captivating script that tantalizes the imagination and takes you on a beautiful journey. It’s been weeks since I saw this show but I’m still thinking about its message. The performances were wonderful and displayed amazing depth.
A group of Arizona artists called the Copper State Artists are displaying their latest paintings, photography, and scratchboard pieces at the Rogoway Gallery in Tubac. Individuals in this group of twelve are nationally known artists, some teach at institutions of higher learning, some teach workshops both here and overseas, some are magazine illustrators, and most are represented in galleries across the country. This is beyond doubt an exceptional group of artists and the pieces at this particular show are simply amazing. The exhibit runs until March 31 -- see this show before anything else, it is fantastic.
This is a MUST see and taste event!
Be there or be square...
I am a big fan of Jessa and James. Their detailed inspiring art and childrens book "How Mildred Became Famous" will inspire you.
James will be doing his Insect Inspired "Trunk Show" at 6:30pm on Friday. Gifted insect educators and artist... Share some magical family time during this holiday time!
Saw the Carnival of Illusion at Westin La Paloma. Way cool and lots of fun...GO!
Love Fuzion your shows are AWESOME!!!!
Just stopped by to see who was playing....Tom Walbank was amazing!!! If you like the blues you will agree.
a trip into the world of vaudeville - new york style; feats of majic and daring with a little haute couture will astound and leave you craving more... having toured europe and the united states, performing for kings and queens, this little troupe delights the eyes and excites the senses; a show not to be missed!!
Kate Clinton has proved for a long time that the things that make gays and lesbians and transgenders laugh and cry have a universal appeal...surprise. Her new show is a hit and benefits the local LGBT community, a great combo.
This is a great Festival! There is so much going on all the time. Last year the Saturday night Firedancers and Concert were awesome. This is the best Festival in Tucson. Can't wait!
Colbie Caillat is so genuine and nostalgic in her singing and song writing. She has mastered creating an intimacy with her audience that is truly un-paralleled and her shows should never be missed by anyone.
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