Going to Tucson for the APC Conference? Here's a few things to do after the show.
Thursday - 5:30pm - 6:30pm New Member Reception
Open only to New Members, ACP Board of Directors, and by Invitation, this preview is an informal reception where newbies get an opportunity to visit with colleagues and the ACP Board of Directors.
Friday - 6:30pm - 8:00pm Opening Night Reception
Enjoy this reception as a special welcome to the Annual Congress and Arizona! Start the Congress by visiting with colleagues and mingling with exhibitors in a social setting.
Saturday - 6:30pm - 10:00pm Dinner and Social
The recipe for an evening of fun and enjoyment: a reception followed by dinner and entertainment. Join your colleagues for this memorable soiree with food and dancing. Guests are also invited.
Weekend Events in Tucson
Defending the Caveman is the longest-running solo play in Broadway history; it offers a hilarious look at the ways men and women relate. Leo Rich Theater
John Prine is an American country/folk singer-songwriter who has achieved widespread critical success since the early 1970s.
Fox Tucson Theatre
Die Fledermaus is comic operetta composed by Johann Strauss II. It has been the toast of audiences since its debut in Vienna in 1874. Tucson Music Hall
Anytime Amusements in Tucson
Casino of the Sun
7406 S. Camino de Oeste
Tucson, AZ 85746
Poker, slots, bingo, table games, live entertainment and multiple dining choices.
Tucson Greyhound Park
2601 S. 3rd Ave. (access from I-10, exit 261)
Tucson, AZ 85713
Live greyhound racing Monday through Saturday with a first race post time of 7:40 p.m.
7401 North La Cholla Blvd.
A one-stop shop: over 90 stores (mostly outlets), seven restaurants, and a 15-screen movie theatre.
Silverbell and El Rio-Trini Alvarez Municipal Golf Courses
3600 N. Silverbell Rd. or 1400 W. Speedway Blvd.
When you’ve tired of the beautiful course at the Starr Pass Country Club & Spa, hit the city’s newly-remodeled municipal masterpieces—El Rio has a retro British Open feel.
Daisy Mae’s Steak House
2735 W Anklam Rd.
Rustic and saloon-like with authentic cowboy cuisine, this meat-lover’s paradise is as delicious as it is reasonably priced—from $12-$18, all with cowboy beans and Texas toast!
Cafe Poca Cosa
110 East Pennington St.
Downtown Mexican food, but there’s nothing ordinary about this spot. The menu changes daily with the chef’s whims. Luckily, her whims are notably spot-on for everything from mole to drinks to dessert.
3971 N Oracle Rd.
All-you-can-eat-sushi for only $19.50? Something as tasty and villainous sounding as a Pancho Roll? If you’re craving sushi while land-locked in Arizona, this is the place to go.
434 N 4th Ave.
Locals have love this Southern Italian joint since 1938. Try lasagna, sip on a glass of wine, and sit on the patio to enjoy a Tucson night like a native.
2075 W Grant Rd.
Rusty’s is a true sports-centric sports bar, complete with the requisite big screens, buffalo wings, and beer. Happy Hour Monday–Friday and half-price wine on the weekends.