Second Saturday


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Sandy Mellor



Tucson, AZ, -February 4, 2015-Tucson, AZ-It’s Valentine’s Day and there will be lots to see and do on February 14th all along Congress and at Jacome Plaza (Pennington/Stone).  The winter hours are 2-8pm with the 94.9 MIX/fm Scott Street Stage programmed outstanding music and entertainment from 4-7pm.  There is always something for everyone to keep you entertained the entire day.   2nd Saturdays is an urban street festival that has food to sample, vendors to check out and the magic of street performers to capture you as you stroll Congress St from Toole Ave. to Church Ave. Some of the downtown businesses also offer specials or their own entertainment. It’s family friendly and fun for all ages. Many of the vendors and sponsors have drawings during the evening.  Don’t miss the Downtown scene along Sun Link’s Downtown route. Hop on at any stop along the Sun Link corridor to be part of 2nd Saturdays February 14th. 

Win a 50th Anniversary Edition of a 2015 Ford Mustang: The car up for grabs is a rare 2015 Ford Mustang. Exactly 1,964 of the cars were made in recognition of the Mustang’s fiftieth anniversary.  2nd Saturdays is participating in the 50th Anniversary Edition of a 2015 Ford Mustang Raffle.  Everyone purchasing a raffle ticket from the booth at the festival gets a chance to win this Mustang and what a car it is!

On February 14th the 2nd Saturdays  Mustang raffle booth will have raffle tickets to be purchased at $25 each or 5 for $100.  100% of every ticket sold at the 2nd Saturdays raffle booth goes for the 2nd Saturdays budget.  2nd Saturdays is a non-profit and the money  earned from this raffle will assist in providing quality music of the standard all in attendance are accustomed to hearing and seeing on the live stage at Scott and Congress every 2nd Saturdays.

We hope to see you all at the booth and, please, tell everyone you know to assist 2nd Saturdays by purchasing a raffle ticket.

The Kids’ Area at the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum located at 414 N. Toole has interactive fun for the kids starting at 4:45pm and a free movie.  The movie February 14th is the Princess Bride and starts at 5:45pm.  Activities also include free rides on a choo-choo, a magician and many other exciting things for your little ones.

 Valet Service Downtown:  Imperial Valet now provides valet service for the convenience of anyone coming to downtown on 2nd Saturdays.  Look for them on Congress just before the Stone Ave. intersection.  Imperial Valet provides a great way for anyone to leave their car with the attendant and have it parked while they get to take part in all th 2nd Saturdays activities.

West Side Rides Car Club:  This is always one of the best displays of vintage cars you can see.  Look for this great collection of vintage cars on 6th Avenue.   

94.9 MIXfm Scott Ave. Stage:

3pm-4:15pm: Little House of Funk Fun, Funky Music

4:30pm-5:30pm:  Hank ToplessHard Country/Blues/Twang

 5:45pm-7pm: Santa PachitaLatin Fusion

4:15pm and 5:30pm: Tucson Circus Arts Stilt Dance will perform

Bike-In Movie Night at The Joel D. Valdez Main Library Downtown for February, romance your sweetie with TED talks about love and relationships. Tucson Blues Dance will provide a short dance lesson, to be followed up with more dancing under the stars. Tell your friends.

FOX THEATRE, 17 W. Congress St., December ‘63/A Frankie Valli Tribute Show

7:30pm The music of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons comes to life in this re-creation of a Frankie Valli concert experience

HOTEL CONGRESS, 311 E. Congress St.,

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 RIALTO THEATRE:  318 W. Congress St.,

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2nd Saturdays starts at 2pm and last until 8pm for the winter.  Look for more details, parking and the complete schedule at

 Sponsors for 2015 are: AT&T, Community Partnership of Southern Arizona, CenturyLink, Click Automotive Team,  DTP,  Hotel Congress, Hotel Tucson Center Inn Suites, Imperial Valet, 94.9MIXfm Radio, KOLD-TV Channel 13, KXCI 91.3FM Community Radio, MEB Property Management, QuikPrint, Park Tucson, The Rialto Block Project, Scott Stiteler & Rudy Dabdoub and Visit Tucson.