Regardless of what you are looking for, Tucson has it all. Talk of world class restaurants, resorts, museums, zoos, and any other attraction you can think about. However, you might not be a fan of all these. All you need is an event that will keep you busy all day long. Well, the good news is, this city has it all!
Tucson is home to some of the best events and the home of the Botanical Garden. Most of them take place every year; thus you do not have to worry that you will miss your favorite one because you will be out of town. Below are some of the events that you should put on your priority list.
The Super Summer Sale
You love tasting different foods, right? The super-Summer Sale has got you covered. This event happens in July which is one of the warmest months of the year; hence you don’t need to worry about bad weather. The event takes place a long Fourth avenue, and features a host of participating restaurants. Therefore, you will have a chance to taste chef prepared foods at the best rates in town. At Food Conspiracy Co-Op, you will get 20% off on all the frozen foods you buy. Additionally, Mable’s on 4th will give you 20% off on anything you purchase. Do not leave the event without getting discounted Yoga classes at the 4th Avenue Yoga.
The Return of the Mermaids
This event takes place at the heart of Tucson city and the Historic 4th Avenue. Basically, it is a mermaid parade and monsoon celebration. In the event, dress up like a person who lives in the sea and join the colorful parade. You can come to this event with your kids since its kid friendly, but be sure to send them home before 9pm and continue having fun!
Fourth for all souls
The Fourth for all souls is the largest All Souls procession in the United States. When evening comes, participants gather and write their prayers to all the departed souls. Then, they proceed downtown Tucson where hundreds of performances take place. There are lots of food trucks during the event; hence you do not need to worry about getting hungry as you socialize with different people and engage in different activities. Despite the fact that this event is geared towards celebrating the dead, there is no doubt that6 you will love every minute of it, and you will doubtlessly get a reason to come back to the procession next year and other years to come. You can also go for a hike at Mt. Lemmon after participating the events when having a vacation in Tucson.