Nightfall in Old Tucson
If you’re ready to celebrate Halloween, get ready for Nightfall in Old Tucson. The town turns into a haunted city after nightfall with live shows, haunted mazes, screaming fun attractions and live characters bringing the celebration to life! Get your tickets while they last at Nightfall’s site, between September 29th until Halloween!
Apple Annies Farm
It’s harvest time at Apple Annie’s farm. If you’re ready to pick the best pumpkin from the patch, then head out to the farm all throughout October! There will be corn mazes, hayrides and pumpkins. If you get there early, there will be all-you-can-eat buttermilk and pumpkin pancakes to get ready for the fall!
Oro Valley Music Festival
The Oro Valley Music Festival is giving two full days of today’s hottest artists! Come out to hear Colbie Callait, Howie Day, Cassadee Pope and many more on October 1st and 2nd. The festival is also showing some of the upcoming local bands! You can get one, to two-day tickets at the Oro Valley Festival website.
Oktoberfest at Trail Dust Town
It’s the 4th annual Oktoberfest at the Trail Dust Town where you can enjoy some of the best beer in Arizona, brewed by Barrio, Beast, Borderlands, Iron John’s, Thunder Canyon, Sentinel Peak, and Uncle Bear’s! Come hungry because there will be food, music and plenty of delicious beer. This event takes place on October 7th.
Color Vibe Run- October 8th
Tucson is holding the most colorful 5k run this month at the Tucson Convention Center! Come run, walk, jog or dance your way through the fun color run on October 8th! The course has four “color zones” where you can get splattered with bright colors and finishes with a dance party and color throw! Make sure to wear your white gear! Get your tickets here to register for the run!