While you boogie on the dance floor, you can drink the night away with great drink specials: 80-cent drinks from 9-10 p.m. Although there are various types of samba, it's mostly heard as a musical expression in the city of Rio de Janeiro.
Tintype Mercantile/ Peter Hawkins Photography, 2740 S. DJ Sid the Kid will spin some beats but only the best of the ’80s and ’90s for four hours straight! It arrived in Brazil as a result of the West African slave trade and has stuck with the country ever since.
Free, but get there early if you want to escape the pull of gravity and get your butt in seat, as Centennial fills up for these lectures.
There will be a free post-race hot breakfast at Gentle Ben's for runners, with mimosas and Bloody Marys available for purchase.
Valentine's Day Dinner: Looking for a place with that romantic ambiance for V-Day dinner with your love bug (or any other disgustingly-cute pet name you have)? This particular event is pairing up men and women, but there are queer events scheduled elsewhere—maybe the Old Pueblo will be next on that list! Whether you want a romantic candlelit dinner or a night out on the town with your best friends, Love on the Avenue will be a fun experience for everyone!
Well, veg heads, look no further: Veg Speed is a nationally-organized speed dating night, only open to vegan and vegetarian love seekers. The avenue will have it all, from live music to street art and a grand prize giveaway.
Valentine Floral Arranging Workshop: If you want to get crafty and pick out a cute DIY for your valentine, Alexis Muncrief of Alexis Grace Florals will be teaching guests how to create beautiful floral arrangements for any occasion.
She will give you the lowdown on free form design style, including the processes of stripping flowers and using wet floral foam to create a table top design.
The best treasure hunt ever takes place right here in Tucson with more than 40 gem and mineral shows across the city. The Brewing Company is celebrating a 40th birthday of one of its brewers so go join in the fun and don't forget to bring your dancing shoes.
International Gem and Jewelry Show Tucson: It's that time of the year again: White tents are popping up all over town and Tucson's tourism season is in full swing. You can dress up in your favorite old school attire and DJ Jason will start spinning some beats at 2 p.m., so be there or be square!
To make the day even better, there will be a salsa tasting bar there too.
This event is free for members and their immediate family, for additional family. Vintage Palooza Sale: Vintage Palooza will be selling clothing, jewelry, furniture and more for a reduced price alongside live music. 90-cent drinks 10-11 p.m., wells (until 1 a.m.), beer and a shot special (until 1 a.m.). Samba also incorporates Brazilian culture and is featured in the country's annual carnival.