Get your tickets NOW!!! This is going to be a show to remember!! Come listen to the soulful, swampy blues of Michael Grimm. We are so fortunate to have him right here at the Rialto Theatre. Hurry, get your tickets!!
This is going to be an amazing night of music!!!
What a fun event and for a great cause. Loved browsing the store, lots of fun, unique items for home, friends and me. And it's a locally owned store!
There's actually two concert series going on here.
Sunday Jazz sponsored by Tohono Chul Park, $15 for members $20 for public, Series tickets $35 for members, $50 for public, you can buy your tickets here. http://www.tohonochulpark.org/cart/events/tickets/reservations
And the Tucson Jazz Society Friday Night Concerts: $25 at door $20 in Advance, Series tickets $50 members, $75 public. Tickets can be purchased here http://www.tucsonjazz.org/
No GUEY ese!
The singer was a great entertainer, and the rest of the band was good too.
I can only say that this depictation of these 6 people was very real,The play was very well put together, thou I was here in Tucson I really felt the anguish of the whole 9-11 incident again. I recommend this for everyone it honestly gives you a real sense of all those lives lost that dreadful day. Many thanks to the writer and producer Patrick Carson, I know this had to be a very hard subject to re-enact, and also to the actors and actresses they gave an absolutely stellar performance.
If you like pre-recorded music... they play to tracks....
Dario is the ish!!
Pretty boring. We missed the first band, so I can't comment on them, but the Electric Blankets were just loud and unimpressive, and Hairspray... was louder and even less impressive. The singer's voice is terrible, and he and the bass player seemed totally wasted. The other guys just looked bored or annoyed. At least the guys in Electric Blankets looked like they were having fun, not on some break from rehab. We gave up after a few songs and went to Mr. Heads.
this is going to be fun outdoors! Check out this adventure/nature park that was built in 2010 with great assistance from local teens.
Thanks for posting our press release on the Discover The Horse That Discovered America!
His work is consistently balanced and directed within, where the soul speaks. His simple well thought out paterns and use of abstract color allow symbolic gestures of spiritual depth with the omni present reality of closed lids, suggesting mortality and our shared imperfectly perfect human state.
PERFECT for company events; it gets everyone involved, it is funny, interactive, gets people moving, laughing, keeps them guessing. We just had our company event here. We had 56 people in attendance and today, the Monday after the event I've heard more positive comments about it that I've ever had before. We had a terrific time. The show was slap-stick comedy at its best. Ross ("The Mostly Magnificent Steve") and the rest of the actors are hilarious (special Kudos to Trixie...OMG...where did this guy hide all this time!!!???!). The magic is great. The humor is tremendous. I found myself still laughing at some jokes 24 hours later!!! We will definitely do it again!
Seriously..greatest cover band out there no doubt!! Sounds JUST like every band they cover. GO SEE HOLLYWOOD AND VINE!!!
Since venues and start times for upcoming shows are subject to change, it's a good idea to check out the website at www.poetsoncongress.com for updates before heading down each month (altho this Saturday's show details above are correct!) Also good to know the open mic rules and learn the tips, too.
Brand new policy: the first hour of each show will be family-friendly; the second hour, we will issue a "potential rough language and adult themes warning" for parents and youngsters.
Thanks, TW, for making us a Staff Pick!
Great practice hour, but please note that the contact phone number is 622-8460 (Dharmakirti), not the Ada Peirce McCormack phone number. Also check www.dharmakirti.org for other events and classes.
I just met the folks at this center and I am so impressed. Just very nice people who mean well and offer free services to people wanting to learn meditation or about Buddhism. Their Buddha room is really beautiful, too, and it's worth stopping in for a peek at it.
I'm so excited to see Dario perform he's my favorite singer!
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