Saturday, April 14, 2018
Scott Ave Stage.
JMC and his Wooden Hearts
Jeremy Michael Cashman is a prolific songwriter, session player, and home engineer, who draws on and expands the tradition of rock troubadours like Tom Petty.
Leigh Lesho and the Night Lights
Leigh Lesho’s folk-rock sound is reminiscent of Jewel, Joan Baez, and Stevie Nicks, with a touch of the Sonoran Desert mixed in.
Diluvio Az is a female-fronted, five-piece band, marrying classic sounds of Mexican pop with modern pop-punk.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
Spring Yoga Series: 60 minute all-level yoga class ($5)
Living History : Spotlight on Southwest Gardening
35th Annual Tucson Poetry Festival (all ages)
Simple Steps to Starting Your Business: Financial Matters
In Their Nature: Robert D. Cocke, Jim Waid, Craig Cully
Great Hall - Folkhert De Jong: Last Nation ($8, members free)
The Holocaust and Its Memory: Dr. Albrecht Classen
Earth Healing Protocols and Energetics Class ($25) (all ages)
Carnival of Illusion ($33-$48)
5:45pm - Children's Activities
6:45pm - Movie: Cars 3 (G)
Saturday Night Jazz: Jeff Lewis Trio
Yamantaka// Sonic Titan w/ Zig Zags ($10) (16+)
Eric Schaffer & the Other Troublemakers
MOCA Local Genius Awards - visit website for tickets
Miss Olivia & the Interlopers w/ Birds and Arrows
Tucson Roadrunners Hockey vs. San Diego Gulls ($12-$47)
Ha*Ash 100 Años Contigo Tour ($45-$50) (all ages)
Stars of the Sixties ($39-$75)
Das Rheingold by Richard Wagner / AZ Opera ($25-$120)
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.