Monday, November 5, 2018

Dusk Music Festival Takes Place at Armory Park This Weekend

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click image Dusk Music Festival will take place on Nov. 10 and 11. The festival will feature 20 plus artists including Dillion Francis, Phantogram and Big Gigantic. - THE RIALTO THEATRE
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  • Dusk Music Festival will take place on Nov. 10 and 11. The festival will feature 20 plus artists including Dillion Francis, Phantogram and Big Gigantic.
Dusk Music Festival will take place on Nov. 10 and 11 at Armory Park. Festival gates open at 2 p.m. and the last act ends at 11:50 p.m. on both days.

The General Admission Tickets include 2-day access to the festival, music from 20 plus artists on two stages including Dillon Francis, Phantogram and Big Gigantic. Food, a wide selection of wine, beer and cocktails will be for sale along with fascinating artwork and many pop-up shops.

For Tucson FEASTS the Gastronomic Union of Tucson will be crafting a custom menu of food options from Tucson’s finest chefs and restaurants. There will be a variety of larger-than-life sculptures, video projection, digital art and lighting displays at the festival by the team at Monsoon Collective and the University of Arizona’s School of Art, 3D & Extended Media program.

Tucson PLAYS will hold life-sized lawn games, corn hole, ping pong and ladderball. Tucson SHOPS will have their stores open all day and offer a variety of goods from local, regional and national artisans, makers and retailers. There will be many ATMs available.

Two premium Dusk experiences are available for those who want more than General Admission including the Culinary Dropout VIP Experience and the Iridius Capital Platinum Viewing Platform which is on another level.

There will be no official parking for the festival so ride share, taxis and public transportation are highly encouraged. Tickets are available for purchase online through Eventbrite or you can purchase hard-copy tickets at select locations in Tucson. This is an all-ages event.

Tickets for the festival are $89 plus fees for two days. $49 plus fees for one day. Free for kids 10 and under. Ticketed adults can bring up to two children. Must have a ticket/wristband to enter.

Find more information about the festival here.

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