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Upcoming Events

  • Tucson Holiday Ice on Church Avenue

    • Tucson Convention Center
    • Nov 20th–8th
  • Tucson Regional Ballet: A Southwest Nutcracker

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Dec 10th–11th
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Happy Holidays ¡Feliz Navidad!

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Dec 17th–18th
  • Steve Treviño

    • Leo Rich Theater
    • Dec 17th
  • Ballet Tucson & Tucson Symphony Orchestra Presents: The Nutcracker

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Dec 22nd–24th
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Pink Martini! featuring China Forbes

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Jan 14th–15th
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Beethoven’s Ninth

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Jan 20th–22nd
  • Tucson Gem and Mineral Show 2023

    • Tucson Convention Center
    • Feb 9th–12th
  • Shen Yun 2023

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Feb 11th–12th
  • Ballet Tucson: Winter Concert

    • Leo Rich Theater
    • Feb 17th–19th
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: A Venezuelan Valentine

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Feb 17th–19th
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Latin Fire

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Feb 25th–26th
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Tantalizing Tricksters

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Mar 17th–19th
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: An Evening With Hilary Hahn

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Mar 22nd
  • Ballet Tucson: Spring Concert

    • Leo Rich Theater
    • Mar 24th–26th
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: The Magic of John Williams

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Mar 25th–26th
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Mahler’s “Resurrection”

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Mar 31st–2nd
  • Monster Jam® 2023

    • Tucson Arena
    • Mar 31st–2nd
  • Foreigner: Greatest Hits Tour

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • Apr 3rd
  • Tucson Regional Ballet: Swan Lake Act II

    • Leo Rich Theater
    • Apr 22nd–23rd
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Star Wars: Return of the Jedi In Concert

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • May 12th–13th
  • Tucson Regional Ballet: Fantasy A Ballet of Fun

    • The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)
    • May 28th

About TCC

205,000 square feet of meeting and event space

The Tucson Convention Center has the size and flexibility to accommodate every type of meeting, convention, trade show, banquet, concert or theatrical event you may be planning.

Double Tree by Hilton - Tucson Convention Center Hotel

Rio Nuevo has committed to providing over $45 million in improvements for the Tucson Convention Center. With the TCC Hotel now open and more expansion on the West side of the Convention Center, Rio Nuevo also contributed funds for the 370 stall Parking Garage in Lot A. The garage was built in conjunction with the hotel.

The hotel’s exteriors and interiors reflect on the historical Barrio neighborhood and honor the history of Tucson.

Featured Amenities:
• 170 Guest Rooms
• 4,000 square feet of Meeting Rooms
• Restaurant
• Bar
• Starbucks Coffee Bar
• Rooftop Pool and Bar

Why Tucson?

250+ Restaurants & Eateries

A foodie paradise with ethnic roots, Tucson offers local dining at its best. The Tucson Originals, an alliance of independently owned local restaurants, purveyors and partners work together to raise awareness of the rich and vibrant culinary community in Tucson.

TUCSON LEADS THE LIST OF "TOP UNDER-THE-RADAR FOOD TOWNS" - The nation's only UNESCO World City of Gastronomy is now also number one on Wine Enthusiast's list of "2016's Top Under-the-Radar Food Towns". "Today, Tucson blooms with enough unique restaurants to justify a food-focused trip," states the article. The list aims to shine a spotlight on five "oft-overlooked locales" throughout the United States.

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100+ Hotels & Resorts

Find your favorite familiar hotel – Loews, Westin, Marriott, Hilton, Sheraton, and Doubletree all blend Southwestern hospitality with amenities you know and expect. Or discover Tucson's authentic guest ranches, cozy bed-and-breakfasts, and world-famous destination spas.

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100+ Walkable Attractions

In Tucson, you can tour underground caves, astronomical observatories, historical missions, an aviation museum, and a university campus. Or take a hike in wilderness, and stroll around unique southwestern-themed venues that blend zoos, botanical gardens, museums, and galleries.

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600+ Miles of Bike Lanes

Tucson has been ranked by Bicycling magazine as one of the top cycling cities in the U.S. You can pedal the urban perimeter via The Loop, a 100-mile shared-use path, or explore well-marked mountain-bike trails crisscrossing parks and nature preserves surrounding the city.

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Testimonials

“What a great team! There are not enough superlatives.”

Gail L.

“Best show I've ever worked at! All because the people with SMG were there to make sure everything went perfect.”

John H.