For our final blog this month we wanted to look forward to next month! The past 18 months have been difficult to say the least. And while some things aren’t going to be like they used to, many events, activities, and traditions are coming back! So this time on the blog we’re using our space to support other local Tucson events in our community!


Oct. 1st

Pima County Home and Garden Show

See what’s new in home decorating and design at the Pima County Home and Garden Show at the Tucson Convention Center. Give your home a fresh update and fall in love with it all over again! Learn about new home technology and special kitchen gadgets that can make your day-to-day life just a little bit easier. Enjoy exclusive home show discounts! Plan, compare, shop, save and learn all under one roof. Everything you need for your next home improvement project is at the Pima County Home & Garden Show.

Find out more here.

Oct. 2nd

Annual Tucson Pride Festival 2021

The Annual Tucson Pride Festival 2021 returns to Reid Park (Reid Park Zoo 3400 E Zoo Ct, Tucson, AZ) October 2nd from 12 – 9PM. More details are yet to come so pay attention to their site here for more info!


Annual Tucson Reptile & Amphibian Show & Sale

The nineteenth Annual Tucson Reptile & Amphibian Show & Sale is occurring October 2 – 3, 2021 at the Tucson Expo Center. Sat: 9:30-5, Sun: 10-4. 60,000 square feet of reptiles for sale and Display. Petting Zoos with Alligators, Giant Tortoises, Monitor Lizards, Snakes. Reptile keeping supplies, Reptile art, books, clothing, anything reptilian. More exotic venomous snakes on display (in very secure locked cages) than the San Diego Zoo. Get your tickets here.


Oct. 7th

Film Fest Tucson

The sixth edition of Film Fest Tucson is set to take place in downtown Tucson, with screenings at the Scottish Rite Cathedral and the Fox Tucson Theatre as well as the new AC Hotel by Marriott Tucson Downtown in addition to a few outdoor screenings. This unique and homegrown Tucson film festival is made for those passionate about movies. Programming will include short and feature-length narrative and documentary films that have been selected for their quality, timeliness and subject matter.

Find out more on their site here.


Oct. 10th

Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley Oktoberfest

Located at 10300 E Ski Run Rd, Mt Lemmon, AZ, the Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley Oktoberfest is running from September 18th to October 10th, there’s still time to enjoy German beer, authentic Oktoberfest food, live traditional German-style music and dancing on the large outdoor dance floor, children’s games, and beautiful views. Find out more on the Visit Tucson page.


Oct. 16th

Tucson Classics Car Show

The  2021 Car Show is underway!  They are optimistic that the vaccine distribution will allow this year’s event to be held at The Gregory School on Saturday, October 16th. But they need help! If you are interested in leading or participating in a specific committee, they ask you to email  Hopefully with everyone helping they can get their classic car show roaring again!

Oct. 23rd 

West Coast Music Festival

Xzibit, Too Short and more are coming down to Rillito Park Race Track (4502 N 1st Ave, Tucson, AZ) on Saturday October 23rd from 3 – 10pm. 

Get your tickets here.


Tucson Expo Gun Show

Hosted by AZGunRadio, the Tucson Expo Gun Show will run Oct. 23rd and 24th at Tucson Expo Center 3750 E Irvington Rd, Tucson, AZ. Admission is $12. They ask that you check with the promoter as COVID is changing the way most things work for them.


Oct. 30th

The 4th Annual Halloween Bar Crawl

A huge bar crawl is getting started on October 30th! Featuring costume contests, free drinks, drink specials,  local food, waived cover, and more! Head over to their facebook event page to find out more info!


There’s no guarantee that all of these events will go off without a hitch or at all, so if you see something you’re interested in be sure to reach out and follow up with the event hosts, click on their Facebook pages, and get involved! They might need volunteers to make them happen, or just an idea of how much those events mean to their community.