4 Fun Events in Tucson This November

Dusk Music Festival

Dusk Music Festival

Brendon Davis, Reporter

November is around the corner and with the blistering heat finally over, there are many fun events to enjoy in Tucson.

Celtic Festival

Kicking off the month near the Rillito park, on the 1st, is the 33rd annual Celtic festival and Scottish Highland games. Here you can learn about the Celtic culture and listen to live music. The website states, “Enjoy the combination of the traditional toe-tapping Celtic music, Scottish bagpipes, and a wee bit of Rock.” It lasts until the 11/03 and will have feature Scottish Highland games and events.

All Souls Procession

November 2nd is the All Souls Procession. This lasts for 2 days and it is all about remembering lost loved ones. There will be amazing art that people have spent many hours on to make the procession route look beautiful. It is cost-free and a beautiful memorial to attend. Here’s a map of how to get around

Another event held in Tucson is the Dusk Music festival. It is from November 9th – November 10th, starting a 2pm on the 9th and lasting until the morning. Some of the artists preforming are Two Door Cinema Club, Kaskade, Fitz and The Tantrums, and Rezz. You can purchase many different ticket packages here. Tickets range $59 to $400 (not including fees) and can also be purchased at different Bookmans locations.

VegOut! Tucson

Coming up on November 10th is the 3rd annual VegOut! event. This is a festival for vegans around the city to share and eat different vegan cuisines. There will be speakers, special guest, and live music which will make it even more fun! You can find tickets here.