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*'''Club Congress''', 311 E. Congress St., Tel. (520) 622-8848, [http://www.hotcong.com/club/].  If you feel like dancing,  this is the place to go.  Located in the historic Congress Hotel, you'll find three bars and one dance floor, featuring techno dance beats and live bands.  Call ahead to see who's playing.  Cover charge.
 
*'''Club Congress''', 311 E. Congress St., Tel. (520) 622-8848, [http://www.hotcong.com/club/].  If you feel like dancing,  this is the place to go.  Located in the historic Congress Hotel, you'll find three bars and one dance floor, featuring techno dance beats and live bands.  Call ahead to see who's playing.  Cover charge.
 
*'''4th Avenue''', One of two locations with a large concentration of bars and nightclubs, most notably Maloney's (a Pub chain), O'Malley's (Sports bar/dance/live music), The Shanty (Pub), Bison Witches (Sandwich shop/bar), Sky Bar (bar/pool hall), and The Surly Wench (bar/live music).
 
*'''4th Avenue''', One of two locations with a large concentration of bars and nightclubs, most notably Maloney's (a Pub chain), O'Malley's (Sports bar/dance/live music), The Shanty (Pub), Bison Witches (Sandwich shop/bar), Sky Bar (bar/pool hall), and The Surly Wench (bar/live music).
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*<do name="The HangArt" alt="" address="25 E 6th St." directions="Main venue is on Echols in between 5th and 6th steets" phone="" url="" hours="varies" price="varies, but cheap" lat="" long="">Tucson's edgiest live music venue, the HangArt hosts a wide range of performers and musicians almost every night of the week.  Anything from punk, folk, indie rock, alternative, hip hop, or electronica and combinations thereof may be available.  The HangArt is also a gallery with frequent shows by local visual artists. The main venue is unique, a giant hanger-like storage facility holds the performers and a standing room combined with an outdoor open air seating area further away from the stage.  The interior has a large white screen for video art projections which accompany the live music.  Truly the most unique and amazing music venue in Tucson.</do>
 
*<do name="Carnival of Illusion" alt="An Evening of Old-World Magic" address="Scottish Rite Grand Parlor, 160 S. Scott, Tucson, 85701" directions="Between the Cathedral and the Children's Museum" phone="(520) 615-5299" url="https://www.carnivalofillusion.com/" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">This program is an international travel theme with all the charms of a Vaudeville-inspired roadshow and it's the longest running Arizona theater show in history.</do>
 
*<do name="Carnival of Illusion" alt="An Evening of Old-World Magic" address="Scottish Rite Grand Parlor, 160 S. Scott, Tucson, 85701" directions="Between the Cathedral and the Children's Museum" phone="(520) 615-5299" url="https://www.carnivalofillusion.com/" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">This program is an international travel theme with all the charms of a Vaudeville-inspired roadshow and it's the longest running Arizona theater show in history.</do>
 
*<do name="Feed the Critters at Rooster Cogburn Ranch" alt="" address="Interstate 10, Exit 219" directions="" phone="15204663658" url="http://www.roostercogburn.com/" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">For a great time stop and Feed the Critters at Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch. It is located on Interstate 10 between Tucson and Phoenix. Take Exit #219 and then take the frontage road SE into the ranch. There are ostrich, deer, and Rainbow Lorikeets to feed so there is something for everyone! The ostrich will eat right out of your hand if you are brave enough or there are feed chutes for the more conservative feeders. The deer are so sweet and gently eat from your hand and the kids love them! The Rainbow Lorikeet Forest is a new attraction that is awesome! The small parrots land on your head, hands, and everywhere else and eat nectar out of a cup you hold. There is also shopping for ostrich products, etc., even ostrich eating eggs! A lot of fun for all ages and very affordable.</do>
 
*<do name="Feed the Critters at Rooster Cogburn Ranch" alt="" address="Interstate 10, Exit 219" directions="" phone="15204663658" url="http://www.roostercogburn.com/" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">For a great time stop and Feed the Critters at Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch. It is located on Interstate 10 between Tucson and Phoenix. Take Exit #219 and then take the frontage road SE into the ranch. There are ostrich, deer, and Rainbow Lorikeets to feed so there is something for everyone! The ostrich will eat right out of your hand if you are brave enough or there are feed chutes for the more conservative feeders. The deer are so sweet and gently eat from your hand and the kids love them! The Rainbow Lorikeet Forest is a new attraction that is awesome! The small parrots land on your head, hands, and everywhere else and eat nectar out of a cup you hold. There is also shopping for ostrich products, etc., even ostrich eating eggs! A lot of fun for all ages and very affordable.</do>

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