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Tucson Motor Show
The Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance is excited to present the Tucson Motorshow on Saturday, August 6th, 2011 within the 200,000 square foot, air conditioned, Tucson Convention Center. This event will focus on anything with a motor and their related products.
We're looking to include everything from RVs to Motorboats, Dragsters to Helicopters. This will be the premiere family event in Tucson with something for everyone. Great food, live music and kids’ activities are just part of the Tucson Motorshow. We're looking to fill the TCC Exhibition Hall with some of the best classic and antique cars, truck and motorcycles from our area.
This will be the premiere motor event for all gear-heads from beginner to advanced. Imagine everything that is associated with a motor being represented under one roof. Then take it a step further by going beyond your imagination. We are expecting up to 250 of the best classic and antique cars, trucks and motorcycles on display and competing for awards. These will be the best from all over Arizona.
Representatives from the Air Force, Army, Navy, US Border Patrol and Tucson Police and Fire Departments will have huge static displays that will “wow” you at every angle with their land and aerial equipment. If you’re looking to buy, then the Tucson Motorshow has you covered as well. Exhibitors from all over will be offering product demonstrations as well as having items for sale.
Great food from some of the area’s finest food vendors and live music make this the place to be to “Run from the Sun” during the hot August Weekend! Admission is just $6, kids 12 and under are free.
The Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance (SAACA), formerly The Greater Oro Valley Arts Council: GOVAC originated in 1997 as a small Arts organization that produced a handful of events. Since that time SAACA has grown to become the largest event producer in Southern Arizona, producing over 150 events annually.
Our mission has stayed the same; to support and sustain the Arts through culturally diverse events like Arts Festivals and Music Concerts, gallery displays, public art commissions and educational programs in our schools. In fact SAACA filters 100% of its earned revenue generated at these events back into the public schools system to fund programs like "Musical Gold in the Morning" and "Musicians in the Classroom."