Saturday, November 11, 2017
Scott Ave Stage.
Fresh off the release of his new album, Part & Labor, songwriter Jess Matsen will be joined by his band to share his latest batch of tuneful, clever indie-folk.
Longtime staples of the Tucson scene, La Cerca continue to champion guitar-driven indie rock, featuring the memorable hooks of front man Andrew Gardner.
Jeff Lownsbury Sextet
Jeff Lownsbury has become one of Tucson’s most recognizable guitar players, thanks to his flowing blond locks and expressive playing style. Often a supporting player, Jeff Lownsbury Sextet is Jeff’s opportunity to take center stage and show off songwriting chops to match his skills as a guitarist. Expect a wild and sometimes trippy ride.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
Downtown Tucson Food Tours ($55)
Down at the Tower Bar, a Retrospective
Hats off to Heroes - Tucson's tribute to American Veterans
3rd Anniversary - Triple Can Release
Nothing to Declare: Transnational Narratives ($8, members free)
4:30pm - Children's Activities
Singer-songwriter Kaia Chesney
An Evening with Hiss Golden Messenger ($15) (all ages)
Tucson Roadrunners vs. Bakersfield Condors ($10-$40)
Arizona Opera Presents: Tosca by Giacomo Puccini ($25-$120)
Ile USA Tour 2017 ($26-$31) (all ages)
Kevin McDonald of Kids in the Hall ($20-$25) (21+)
ATC presents: The River Bride ($41-$63)
Cuba Libre Latin Dance Night
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.