2017 Monthly Events

 News and Events from The Inn at Civano


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Around Tucson:


Tucson International Mariachi Conference 
(April 26-29, 2017)
Masters of mariachi music perform at a mariachi mass and at two concerts with ballet folklórico dancers during this event—founded in 1982 and nurtured by such legends as Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitlán, Mariachi Cobre, the late Lola Beltrán, and Tucson native Linda Ronstadt—held at AVA Amphitheater, Casino Del Sol. 

Southeast Arizona Wine Growers Festival 
(April 22-23, 2017)
In Sonoita-Elgin, Arizona’s first American Viticulture Area (AVA), dozens of Arizona wineries participate in a weekend of wine releases and wine tastings, with food vendors, a chili cook-off, and live music, presented at Kief-Joshua Vineyards.

Agave Heritage Festival 
(April 28-May 7, 2017)
This festival for ages 21-and-over explores and celebrates the cultural, commercial, and culinary significance of the agave plant on the southern Arizona-Mexico border region, with varied talks, tours, tastings, dinners and exhibits at several venues. 


Tucson Folk Festival 
(May 6-7, 2017)
One of the largest free folk-music festivals in the United States features over 20 hours of live acoustic music with workshops, kid’s activities, food stations and beer gardens, and more—all broadcast live from El Presidio Park downtown by Tucson's community radio KXCI 91.3 FM.

Mt. Lemmon Hill Climb 
(May 12, 2017)
Rated in the top 25% of toughest hill climbs in the USA, this 100-mile ride up Mt. Lemmon Scenic Byway on closed roads offers conditions similar to Tour de France in terms of distance, difficulty and height, and is a popular training ride for professional cyclists.

Willcox Wine Country Festival 
(May 20-21, 2017)
In Willcox, Southern Arizona's second American Viticulture Area (AVA) (after Sonoita-Elgin), dozens of Arizona wineries offer wine tastings alongside vendors of locally produced foods and other products.


The Tucson 23: Mexican Food Festival 
(June 17, 2017)
Samplings of some of the most authentic and delicious food available north of the international border is offered by local restaurants and breweries at this toast to Tucson’s “Best 23 Miles of Mexican Food” distinction.

Ha: san Bak Saguaro Fruit Harvest Celebration 
(June 24, 2017)
The traditional summer harvest of saguaro cactus-fruit by Southern Arizona's Tohono O’odham (Sonoran Desert People) includes demonstrations, tastings, and more at Colossal Cave Mountain Park on the border of Saguaro National Park East.

El Dia de San Juan
(June 24, 2017)
Tucson's pre-monsoon rainy season take on a classic pray-for-rain ritual honors St. John the Baptist and includes Mexican-style rodeo performances, regional music and folk dancing, and food and craft vendors at Mercado San Agustin.


‘Let Freedom Sing’ Concert
(July 4, 2017)
Tucson's Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Honor Guard posts the colors during a salute to all branches of the Armed Forces at this concert of patriotic standards and all-American hits presented at UA Centennial Hall since 1984.


HarvestFest at Sonoita Vineyards 
(July 29, 2017)
The oldest commercial vineyard and winery in Arizona, opened in 1983, Sonoita Vineyards hosts wine tastings and wine-and-food pairings, a grape-stomping contest, and horse-drawn wagon tours of the vineyards. 


Southwest Wings Birding Festival 
(August 2-5, 2017)
More than 400 species of birds, almost half of all the birds of the United States and Canada combined, occur in Southeastern Arizona, and August is an especially rewarding time to see many of them—check it out at Arizona’s longest running nature festival.

Southeast Arizona Birding Festival 
(August 10-13, 2017)
See birds you can find nowhere else in the U.S., including rare hummingbirds, and discover why Southeastern Arizona is consistently recognized as one of America’s foremost birding destinations at this festival presented by Tucson Audubon Society, founded in 1949.

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