What is there to do in Tucson on New Years Eve?
Whatever you choose, have fun, be safe and we’ll see you in 2020!
- New Year’s Eve: Tucson’s Times Square at Hotel Congress.
- University of Arizona NYE Bowl Bash.
- Introvert’s New Year’s Eve at Hotel McCoy.
- Prom Night NYE Party at Gentle Ben’s.
- 2020 One Big Country Song NYE Party.
- The Boogie Knights at the Diamond Center.
Where can I watch fireworks in Tucson?
Oro Valley At Canada Del Oro Riverfront Park, which is located at 551 W. Lambert Lane, you’ll get a good view of the fireworks show hosted by the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador.
Will there be fireworks in 2020 in Tucson Arizona?
Fireworks are back in the Tucson area after Fourth of July events were canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic.
What is there to do in Tucson today?
25 Best Things to Do in Tucson (AZ)
- Head for the desert at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.
- Hike the Sabino Canyon.
- Explore the trails of Saguaro National Park.
- Become a botanist at Tucson Botanical Garden.
- Walk on the wild side at Reid Park Zoo.
- Explore Tohono Chul Park.
Can you drive up a mountain Tucson?
Sentinel Peak, also known as “A” Mountain, is a prominent landmark, hiking trail, park and sunset-watching destination in the Tucson Mountains on the west side of Downtown Tucson. Every day, hundreds of people walk, bike and drive on Sentinel Peak Road, which climbs and encircles Sentinel Peak Park.
Are fireworks legal in Arizona?
New fireworks law regulates the use and sales of fireworks in Arizona. A new fireworks law regulates when fireworks can be bought, sold and used in Arizona. The use of permissible consumer fireworks is allowed: May 4 – May 6, June 24 – July 6, the second and third day of Diwali and December 24 – January 3.
How can I get my house on New Years Eve?
10 Tips for Getting Home Safely this New Year’s Eve
- Hire a Designated Driver. In 76 cities across the United States, Dryver offers designated driver services through a mobile app.
- Grab a Lyft.
- Be a Designated Driver, Get Free Stuff.
- Call the Cops.
- Check Yourself.
- Take Public Transportation.
- Get a Free Ride.
- Call a Lawyer.