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Tucson’s Top Events in June

National Trails Day is June 4, and it begins with a trip to Coronado National Forest’s Mt. Lemmon. You may also want to explore Patagonia Lake State Park, Saguaro National Park, Coronado National Memorial, Sabino Canyon and more. Tucson is the perfect starting point to access some of the best parks and trails in Arizona, like Madera Canyon and Fort Bowie National Historic Site. There are trails of various lengths and challenges to ensure everyone can celebrate the beauty of local trails.


Every Saturday from April through December, the Plaza Palomino Saturday Mercado (Saturday Market) takes place from 10am-2pm. This is the original farmers’ market in Tucson, where you’ll find patisserie items, arts and crafts, produce from local farms and often live music. Tamales, chiles, candles and jewelry are readily available, and the new ownership gives this classic market a new spin.

June Events

2nd Saturdays in Downtown is happening June 11 with plenty of free outdoor entertainment, food vendors and street performers galore. Starting at 5pm and stretching until 10:30, the event takes place on Congress Street and there’s special valet parking if you prefer to let someone else take the wheel when the crowds gather. This all-ages event is family friendly, and you can take the Sun Link Streetcar to travel like a local.

Brew at the Zoo on June 18 can be an incredible gift for Father’s Day. Prices start at $45, and the three-hour event begins at 6:30pm. Live music, pub-style food available for purchase around the zoo, and a big variety of local and global brews are at the ready. All proceeds benefit the zoo’s conservation efforts.


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