Saturday, June 9, 2018
Scott Ave Stage.
Lowlife’s debut full length Seagrave is a concept album, following the story of DonN/a, a character out of place and time. The album has elements of noise, rock and dreamy tones.
Anthemic indie rockers Dirt Friends are hard at work on their follow-up to 2016’s Sunsets and Nightsweats. Their music features big hooks, jangly guitars, and a healthy dose of passion.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
Spring Yoga Series: 60 minute all-level yoga class ($5)
Pima County Home & Garden Show
Simple Steps to a Well-Run Business - Communicate
FRANK Talks About School Choice w/ Dr. Angelina Castagno
Great Hall - Folkhert De Jong: Last Nation ($8, members free)
Arizona Historical Society Special Event
Taste of Tucson Historic Downtown Tour ($65)
500 Sonnets: A Marathon for Casa Libre
Saturday Night Jazz: Jeff Lewis Trio
Rockin' Blues Fest ($5-$8)
Kate Meyer Solo Art Exhibit and Installation: Content Warning
Fish Karma Record Release/ Rock Opera w/ David Fitzsimmons
From the Archives: Masters of 20th Century American Photography - Reception
The Yardbirds ($28-$52.50)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) ($7)
Dazed and Confused presents: Horseplay (21+)
Saturdaze Dance Party ($3) (21+)
Along Downtown’s Streets
Ronstadt Transit Center
Also at 2nd Saturdays
Good Shepherd Ranch will provide carriage rides at a minimal charge.
Look for them on Congress St. between 6-10pm.
You can check them out at www.atagoodshepherd.webs.com.