At the Tucson Convention Center we have plenty of parking. We provide parking for all events and we offer monthly parking passes for those of us that work downtown. For current rates, give us a call.
If you know your event needs additional assisted parking, let us know, we can accommodate your needs.
Bus and limousine parking is easily accommodated for any event need. Contact the Parking Supervisor for arrangements.
No overnight parking is permitted unless related to an event and approved by Center management
No oversize trucks and trailers allowed in parking lots
The passing out of flyers or selling of merchandise is strictly prohibited by outside groups or individuals without the permission of Center management
No consumption of alcoholic beverages will be permitted in the parking lots
No tailgating or similar parties will be permitted in the parking lots
Valid parking passes must be clearly displayed
Tucson Convention Center is not responsible for any stolen property.
William (Bill) Ricketts
5:30 - 8pm Future Innovators Night
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Elementary School Awards
Friday, March 14th
A work by Chicago Symphony Composer-in-residence, Mason Bates, Alternative Energy incorporates contemporary electronic sounds into the orchestra’s performance. A montage of time travel from 1896 through 2222, the four movements alternate from whimsical to moving and eerie. Saint-Saëns Cello Concerto No.1 is a work designed to show every capability of the cello and one which grabs the listener’s attention from the first few bars with its mellifluous melodies. Hearing the ocean from a thousand miles away in La Mer, Debussy’s imaginative, dramatic symphonic tone poem, is a fitting end to this exhilarating program.
For ticket information contact the TSO Box Office, 2175 N Sixth Ave. Hours Monday – Friday, 10am to 5 pm. Phone (520) 882-8585
Saturday, March 15th
Show 10a -5p
Create & Crop 5p - 10p