Saturday, January 13, 2018
Scott Ave Stage.
Gus Woodrow Quartet
‘Tis the season for jazz in Tucson. This quartet features Gus Woodrow on guitar and other familiar faces from the Tucson jazz community.
Singer/Songwriter Natalie Pohanic performs a compelling mix of originals and covers, drawing on folk and pop influences.
Steff and the Articles
With their jazz-influenced take on indie-pop, Steff and the Articles have been a Tucson fixture for nearly a decade.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
Living History - Spotlight on Blacksmithing
Downtown Tucson Food Tours ($55)
Scott Warren: Landscapes of Migration in the Arizona-Sonora Borderland
Great Hall: Rosson Crow WESTIFICATION ($8, members free)
Tucson Fringe Theatre Festival ($10 per show)
Pool Noodle Light Sword Activity
4:45pm - Children's Activities
5:45pm - Movie: Shrek Forever
Art in the Lobby - Marty Plevel: Artist Reception
Fair Weather Reading w/ Moss Hope Angel & Jasper Avery ($5 suggested donation)
Eb Eberlein - Original Folk Music
Mementos: Moya, Yamamoto, Iturbide - Opening Reception
2nd Saturdays Free Family Event: Illusionist Michael Howell
The Paladins w/ Mike Hebert Prison Band ($16-$20) (21+)
Zeppelin USA ($23-$28) (all ages)
Tucson Jazz Festival: Matt Holman ($35-$45) (all ages)
UA Wildcat Hockey vs. U of Utah ($4-$14)
Arturo Sandoval w/ the Tucson Symphony Orchestra ($12-$65)
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.