Events & Festivals near Tucson during September

The summer heat is finally starting to die down. Get outside and enjoy it while it lasts! Say goodbye to summer with these awesome outdoor events and festivals near Tucson during September 2017. Which event will we see you at next?

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Credit: Tucson Botanical Gardens

Twilight Thursdays & Al Fresco Fridays

Haven’t had the chance to experience the Summer Oasis Series at Tucson Botanical Gardens? The fun doesn’t stop until September 30. Café Botanica will be serving a special dinner menu every Thursday and Friday evening in the gardens without the intense summer sun. Trust us, this is the perfect date night setting. Admission is free with a dinner reservation or for garden members. Want to check out the menu first? Browse it here. Give the Tucson Botanical Gardens a call at (520) 326-9686 ext. 37 to make your reservation.

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Salsa Fest 2017

Salsa Fest is back on September 29 and 30—Arizona’s favorite salsa festival of the year! This 11th annual festival features a salsa challenge, beer garden, live music, Chihuahua races, vendor marketplace, and more. This is obviously a festival that you and your family do not want to miss. Our local restaurants pour their heart and soul into their family recipes, so we guarantee that the salsa bar is going to be amazing.

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Oro Music Festival

97.1 The Bull and my92.9 are putting on the Oro Valley Music Festival at The Golf Club at Vistoso on September 30 and October 1. Some of the artists playing at this festival are Train, Gavin DeGraw, LeAnn Rimes, and Echosmith. Our favorite part about this festival is that a portion of all proceeds will benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Tucson and Shine On Tucson, a nonprofit organization providing comfort to families when the unthinkable happens. Tickets are available for purchase on TicketFly. 

Pints & Poses

Yoga and beer? We can’t think of a better way to spend a Sunday morning! Join Pueblo Vida Brewing Co. every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for an hour long, laid-back yoga class with Genevieve Ure. The class is only $5 and includes a fresh pint of craft beer afterwards to reward yourself. Don’t have a yoga mat? No problem—they have a few extras. This is a 21+ event so remember to bring your ID.

 

These are only a few of the hundreds of events going on in the Tucson area this month. Want to see more? Take a look at VisitTucson.org event page to see more. Love reading our blogs? There are more on the way! Bookmark our blog page and stay tuned for more content.

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