January 5, 2010
Rialto in The New York Times
The Sunday edition of The New York Times featured a travel story titled "36 Hours in Tucson, Ariz." and we're pleased to be included in a great list of things to do and places to see that make Tucson special. Here's the quote:
Tucson has a jumping band scene on weekends, a sleepier one the other five days. On warm nights, the noise of music pumps through the open doors of restaurants and bars along Congress Street. The center of the action is often the historic Rialto Theater [sic] (318 East Congress Street; 520-740-1000; www.rialtotheatre.com). A nonprofit showcase vital to downtown's renewal, it books major acts but has no stylistic agenda (Sonic Youth is playing on Jan. 4, and Cowboy Mouth on Jan. 14).
Check out the full article HERE. Thanks to all of our patrons and members for helping The Rialto Theatre be the center of the action in downtown Tucson, Arizona. What a way to kick off the New Year!
Posted by rialtoadmin at January 5, 2010 11:45 AM
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