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Hello Dolly
Centennial Hall
Daily - Tues Oct 22 through Sun Oct 29
Performances of the iconic Broadway musical
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Off-air info: broadwayintucson.com

United Way’s Days Of Caring
Fri Oct 25 and Sat Oct 26
Projects all over the Tucson area tackled by local volunteers
Find out how you can help: unitedwaytucson.org/daysofcaring

Mobile Meals Fall Fare
Fri Oct 25 from 5-8 p.m. at St. Philips Plaza, Campbell and River Rd
Food, wine and beer pairings, live music, silent auction
Money raised supports meal delivery to isolated, low income elderly and disable adults
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Off-air info: mobilemealssoaz.org/fallfare.html

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella
Pima College Center For The Arts - 2022 W Anklam
A performance of the iconic musical presented by Christian Youth Theater
Thurs Oct 24 through Sun Oct 27 with daily performances
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Off-air info: 520-751-7510 for tickets or online: cyttucson.org

Band Day
University of Arizona - Arizona Stadium
Sat Oct 26 from 8am-8pm
40 high school marching bands and the Pride Of Arizona Marching Band performs
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Off-air info:
https://bandday.music.arizona.edu/
$10 admission

Tucson Firefighter Chili Cook Off
Reid Park
Sat Oct 26 from 8:30am-8:30pm
Superhero fun run starts the day, then taste Tucson Firefighters chili creations, compete in the costume contest
Benefits Tucson Firefighter charities, the Greater Purpose Project, and the MS Foundation

Jeepers Back The Blue
Sat Oct 26 from 9am-2pm
Kino Sports Complex - 2500 W Ajo Way
Food trucks, vendors, law enforcement equipment and vehicle displays, raffles
If you have a Jeep or off-road vehicle, e-mail the Tucson Jeep club to park your vehicle on the lot to support the police
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Off-air info: Online info - protectingourprotectors.org
Tucson Jeep Club: tucsonjeeps@gmail.com

JDRF One Walk
(Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation)
Sat Oct 26 at 5 p.m.
Kino Sports Complex - 2500 E Ajo Way
Money raised from this walk supports research to find a cure
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Info: jdrf.org

Vailfest
Pima County Fairgrounds
Sat Oct 26 from 8:45am-7pm
Over 100 arts and crafts booths, beer garden, car show, parade, dinner and concert
Free admission and free parking
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Off-air info: vailfest.com

Take A Hike for Bag It!
Sun Oct 27 from 7:30am-12pm
Catalina State Park - 11570 N. Oracle Rd
Funds raised help newly diagnosed cancer patients with a bag of items that help them navigate what to expect
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Off-air info: bagitcancer.org/event/hike or 520-575-9602

Lighting of ‘A’ Mountain
Sun Oct 27 at 5:00 p.m.
MSA Annex, 267 S. Avenida del Convento
Celebrate with students, alumni, and the Tucson community with food and refreshments, meet Wilbur and Wilma, Pride of Arizona Marching Band, UofA cheerleaders, and watch the ‘A’ glow over Tucson as Homecoming 2019 begins.

*Click this link to the PSA tracking page here:
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Boo At The Zoo
Reid Park Zoo
Fri Oct 25 from 6-8 p.m.
Halloween fun, trick-or-treating, minimal “boo” at the zoo provides the family with a not so frightening celebration
Benefits the Reid Park Zoo
$11 admission

”Haunted Ruins Rising - A Retro Experience”
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October - 5:00-8:20 p.m.
Valley Of The Moon - 2544 E Allen Rd
A band of mortal pilgrims will embark on an adventure tour throughout the Haunted Ruins.
$10 admission

Nightfall
Old Tucson
Thurs Oct 24 from 6-10pm, Fri Oct 25 and Sat Oct 26 from 6pm-midnight, Sun Oct 27 from 6-10pm, Thurs Oct 31 from 5-10pm with a costume contest
Haunts this year include Killbilly Basin, Happy Clown Snack Factory, Nightmare Infirmary, and Iron Door Mine
Info: nightfallaz.com

Slaughterhouse
1102 W Grant Rd, east of I-10 on Grant
Thurs Oct 24 from 7-10pm, Fri Oct 25 and Sat Oct 26 from 7pm-midnight, Sun Oct 27 from 7-10pm, Thurs Oct 31 from 7-10pm
Haunts include the Boiler Room, Cirque du Slay, City Meats, The Apocalypse, and Voodoo Bayou
Info: slaughterhousetucson.com

Terror In The Corn
Buckelew Farms - Ajo Way 22 miles west of I-19 (17000 W Ajo Way)
Fri Oct 25 and Sat Oct 26 from 6:30pm-midnight, Thurs Oct 31 from 6:30pm-midnight
Haunted corn field maze, zombie paintball shootout, food and drink available
Info: tucsonterrorinthecorn.com

Marana Pumpkin Patch and Farm Festival
14901 W Wentz Road in Marana
Daily through Wed Oct 30 - Mon-Thurs 3-7pm, Fri-Sat 9am-7pm
Train rides, pumpkin picking, pig races, jumping pillows, pumpkin cannons, petting zoo, corn mazes, straw mountain climbing, zipline, food, and more
Info: maranapumpkinpatch.com

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Wednesday: Sunny, high 90

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UofA Football:
Next game: Saturday Oct 26 vs. Stanford
12:30 p.m. game time
TV: Pac-12 Network

Tucson Roadrunners Hockey
Fri Oct 26 and Sat Oct 26 at 7pm
vs. Iowa Wild
Tucson Convention Center

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Top five over the weekend
1. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
2. Joker
3. Zombieland: Double Tap
4. The Addams Family
5. Gemini Man

New this weekend:
”Black and Blue” (action, rated R). Stars Naomie Harris and Frank Grillo

”Countdown” (horror, rated PG-13). Stars Peter Facinelli

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TUCSON SHOWS:

Frankie Valli
Feb 15
TCC Music Hall
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Off-air info:
https://www.dannyzeliskopresents.com/

Pure Prairie League w/Michael Martin Murphey
February 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Fox Theatre
foxtucson.com

Three Dog Night
February 27 at 8 p.m.
Fox Theatre
foxtucson.com

Atlanta Rhythm Section w/ Firefall
March 28 at 7:30 p.m.
Fox Theatre
foxtucson.com

PHOENIX SHOWS:

Sting & Shaggy
October 28
The Van Buren

Lou Gramm (former Foreigner lead singer)
Celebrity Theatre
Nov 9

The O’Jays
Ak-Chin Pavilion
Nov 29

Styx
January 10 and 11
Celebrity Theatre