|Mar 27||9:00 PM||Electric Six @ The Flycatcher -Residual Kid, The Surfbroads||Get Details|
|Mar 28||7:30 PM||Ozomatli, Squirrel Nut Zippers||Find Tickets|
|Mar 29||8:00 PM||Kane Brown||Find Tickets|
|Mar 30||8:00 PM||El Privado, Banda Carnaval||Find Tickets|
|Mar 31||7:00 PM||Metal Fest IX, Harlette, The Billy Moon Project, Tribulance, Ashbury, Push, Broken||Find Tickets|
|Mar 31||8:30 PM||TRIBULANCE||Get Details|
|Mar 31||9:00 PM||Ashbury||Get Details|
|Apr 1||Shinedown||Find Tickets|
|Apr 1||8:00 PM||WHY? @ 191 Toole -Rituals of Mine||Get Details|
|Apr 2||7:30 PM||Mayday Parade||Find Tickets|
The Rialto Theatre schedule features Tucson's best in the performing arts. Located across the street from the famed Hotel Congress, the history of the Rialto Theatre dates back to the early 1910s. Although the venue was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003, don't let old age fool you: the Rialto Theatre features a cutting edge sound and tech system and a constantly busy schedule. The Rialto Theatre was conceived in the 1910s and opened its doors in 1920. It was one of Tucson's original movie houses, presenting silent films and vaudeville shows to the newly burgeoning city. After closing in 1984, the venue was purchased by the city. The Rialto Theatre was returned to its former glory and reopened in 2004. It is run by the non-profit, Rialto Theatre Foundation, and serves as the flagship Rio Nuevo reconstruction project. Now, the Rialto Theatre schedule boasts over 150 events annually - including live theater and concerts - and draws in somewhere around 100,000 visitors per year. Why not plan your visit now? Make Eventful your source for all the latest news and up-to-date events information from the Rialto Theatre Tucson, and check out the schedule right here!
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