From VisitTucson.com :
We all know summer in the Sonoran Desert is hot… but there’s another side. You know how it feels when the sun goes down and the lights come on at night? That’s the feeling we’re after. It’s a frosty paleta enjoyed in the shade, or an icy drink in your hand by the pool. It’s hiking through the pines on a mountain retreat, or exploring a cool, dark cave. It’s your favorite song from an artist that isn’t their big hit, or an unexpectedly delicious bite from a food truck you’ve never tried before. It’s The Other Side of Summer... in Tucson.