What's Up Tucson? Highlights of this weekend's events

What's happening this weekend in Tucson and the surrounding area? A LOT!

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
Armory Park / Downtown Tucson
Sun Oct 22 - registration starts at 7am, the walk starts at 8am
Fundraiser for the American Cancer Society

Film Fest Tucson
Scottish Rite Temple / 160 S Scott
Thurs Oct 19 through Sun Oct 22
Short and feature length independent films, filmmaker Q&A, film and TV pitch competition
Tickets $10

Helldorado Days
Allen Street in Tombstone
Fri Oct 20 through Sun Oct 22 from 8am-5pm
Gunfighters, line dancers, music, parade
Free admission

Annual Band Day
Arizona Stadium
Sat Oct 21 starting at 8 a.m.
High School Marching Band featuring 30 bands competing in six categories
$8 admission

FAME - Family Arts and Music Experience
Children's Museum Tucson / 200 S 6th Ave
Sat Oct 21 from 10am-2pm
Performing arts, music, food
Free admission

Tucson Classics Car Show
Gregory School / 3231 N Craycroft rd
Sat Oct 21 from 10am-4pm
Hundreds of classic cars on display
Tickets $5, which enter you into a raffle to win prizes including a 2008 Corvette

PBR - Real Time Pain Velocity Tour
Tucson Convention Center
Sat Oct 21 at 7pm and Sun Oct 22 at 2 p.m.
Some of the best bull riders in the world battle the sport's toughest bovine athletes (bulls)
Tickets start at $15

Gnome Fest
Maracana Indoor Sports Center / 555 E 18th St
Sun Oct 22 from 3:30-8:30pm
Live music, dress as a gnome and help break the Guinness Book of World Records of largest gathering of People Dressed as Garden Gnomes
Free admission

AVA Amphitheatre at Casino Del Sol
Sat Oct 21 from noon-10pm
German food, beer, games, contests, music, vendors
Free admission

Tucson Team Hope Walk
Reid Park / Ramada 10
Sun Oct 22 starting at 9 a.m.
Benefit for Huntington's Disease Society Of America
(Fatal genetic disorder that causes progressive breakdown of nerve cells in the brain)
$20 registration fee

Old Tucson
Thurs Oct 19 from 6-10pm, Fri Oct 20 and Sat Oct 21 from 6pm-midnight, Sun Oct 22 from 6-10pm
"Southern Arizona's Only Real Haunted Town" - live shows, disturbing haunts, fun attractions
Tickets $28 adults, children 9-11 $21, 8 and under free

1102 W Grant Rd
Thurs Oct 19 from 7-10pm, Fri Oct 20 from 7-midnight, Sat Oct 21 from 7-11pm, Sun Oct 22 from 7-10pm
Five bone chilling attractions including the Boiler Room, Cirque du Slay, City Meats, The Apocalypse, and Voodoo Bayou
Tickets start at $23

The English Beat
191 Toole
Sat Oct 21 at 8 p.m.
Modern rock band performs, best known hits "Mirror In The Bathroom" and "Save It For Later"
Tickets $24

Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation's Annual Gala
Fox Theatre
Sun Oct 22 at 7pm
Performances by Stephen Stills and Judy Collins
Tickets start at $75

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