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June Events
The following list describes events that occur annually in Tucson. For exact dates and information, check local listings in newspapers and magazines or check out VisitTucson, or call 888-638-8350.
Dia de San Juan Fiesta
Celebrate the "Season of Monsoon Rains" at a fiesta featuring a traditional procession and blessing, charros (cowboys) and escaramuzas (trick horseback riders), and food, games, and live entertainment. West Congress Street at Santa Cruz River, 792-4806.

Juneteenth Festival
Festival marks the day the last of the enslaved Americans were freed, June 19, 1865, following the Emancipation Proclamation. Kennedy Park Fiesta Area, (520) 225-2670.

Marking the Solstice
The beginning of summer is acknowledged with a multicultural festival for families, on the campus of University of Arizona. Arizona State Museum, (520) 626-2973.
Summer Art Cruise
Browse galleries in and around Downtown Arts District, all day and evening, with artist receptions and exhibit openings. Maps and schedules are free at Downtown galleries, or by calling CTGA. Central Tucson Gallery Association (CTGA), (520) 629-9759.
Summer Saturday Evenings
Enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of the Sonoran Desert at night, Saturdays after 5 p.m.
Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, (520) 883-1380.

Tucson Sidewinders Baseball
Tucson's Minor League Baseball team, the Tucson Sidewinders, the Triple-A affiliate of the
Arizona Diamondbacks, plays dozens of home games, April through August. Tucson Electric Park, (520) 325-6026.


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