Quality Inn & Suites Airport North
5251 S. Julian Drive
Tucson, AZ 85706
Phone: (520) 294-5250
Fax: (520) 889-1982
5251 S. Julian Drive , Tucson, AZ, US, 85706
- Phone: (520) 294-5250
- Fax: (520) 889-1982
Kino Sports Complex is a majestic setting for baseball and other year-round events. The centerpiece of the complex is the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, seating over 11,000 fans. With a view of the Santa Catalina Mountains and an intimate atmosphere, this park is one of the finest facilities around. Aside from the stadium, the complex offers a plethora of other recreational areas including two full size soccer fields, 12 senior baseball fields, two youth softball fields and ramadas throughout the complex.
Known as one of the finest ball parks, the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium has a compelling capacity of 11,500 seats. Come on over to watch various games of teams like the World Champion Arizona Diamondbacks and the Chicago White Sox. Gather your friends and family and troop down to Tucson Electric Park for the best games of the season. Visitors can purchase tickets either by calling the ball park ahead of time or by e-mailing them. The box office at the stadium opens at 10a on the dot, so come early and make sure you get the best seats of the house. Prices vary for club seats. Call or check the website for information about group ticket concessions.
Every year, the top performers in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association gather in Tucson to compete, and the winners are named to perform in the finals of the rodeo circuit. If you're here during the fall, take yourself and the kids to witness Desert Thunder Pro Rodeo, which includes bull riding, bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, barrel racing and mutton busting—it's an activity that kids will enjoy. There's also a sideline of vendors offering Western-theme artwork and accessories.
Desert Diamond Casino offers everything one can expect from a decent gambling establishment. Poker, keno, bingo, and high paying slot machines as well as cheap food and complimentary drinks. If you are 18 years or older, you might want to test your luck at any of these money-spinning machines. If you're looking for something to snack on, the grill and bar offer a nice selection of savory items and drinks to refresh you before you head back to find your fortune.
Situated in the northwest corner of Reid Park, the Demeester Performance Center hosts musical, dance and even Shakespeare performances. The area also includes space for festival booths. This facility can accommodate audiences of up to 7,000 and is available for rent for a wide array of events. It is one of Tucson's finest outdoor venues, complete with acoustically tuned amplification and integral lighting.
This Tucson Baseball field is home to the Colorado Rockies during springtime. It has also been the place where the Cleveland Indians trained and practiced for many decades. If the name still doesn't ring a bell then maybe this might help—the movie "Major League" was filmed right on these grounds. This stadium can hold up to 9,500 people, so go ahead and book your tickets in advance, if you want to secure a seat for the next big game.
The Disabled American Veterans Hall is run and operated by the Disabled Veterans Chapter 2. It is a lovely space where the trust holds various cultural events. At this venue, events like Bingo, Meetings and a number of fun games are held for the members of Disabled American Veterans Chapter 2. The place has become a happy union place for the one's playing the second innings of their life. Call for more information.
Combine shopping and entertainment at El Con Mall. The huge 20-plex Century movie theater is one of the most popular entertainment venues in town, especially in the hot summer months when everyone in Tucson just wants get into an air-conditioned environment as fast as possible. The theater shows general release Hollywood movies exclusively. Concession stands are provided inside. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
The HangArt is a popular venue when it comes to hosting live events and anything art. A meek little venue, it does churn out a host of happening performances and exhibits regularly. The line up of artist include both local and international names who perform to numbers that will drive the crowd crazy. Apart from live music events it also conducts exhibitions, workshops and classes.
Take your funny bone out on the town at this humorous venue. This popular comedy club hosts a number of comedians who tickle ribs nation-wide on VH-1 and Comedy Central. Local acts and new talent give the venue variety. A full bar and restaurant menu is available to enhance your humor. Since the club is reasonably sized, virtually every seat in the house affords a comfortable dining experience and a great view of the action on stage. Reservations are strongly recommended. Call ahead for show times.
Launched in the 1970s, The Rock showcases some of the best acts to hit the Tucson music scene. Located a short distance away from the University of Arizona, it is a big draw among the youth. From grunge and metal, to alternative rock and hip-hop, this venue hosts an array of concerts by local artists and upcoming musicians. Equipped with a well-stocked bar, it features excellent acoustics, graffiti walls and a laid-back atmosphere. Shoot a round of pool while the band warms up.
This is Arizona's official theater company, rotating productions between Tucson and Phoenix, the state's capital, for a one-month run in either city. There are six productions for each season, requiring a repertoire usually consisting of one classic (mostly Shakespeare), some twentieth-century standards, a musical revue, and a selection of recent plays. The acting and directing usually meets the standards of the best regional theaters. Half-price "rush" tickets are available one hour before curtain at the ATC box office.