Following are some of our recommendations for event locations (of course they allow us to cater! ) and some of the complementary services that you might need to put the finishing touches on your special events.
Venues Tucson Treasures
Chinese Cultural Center
1288 W. River Rd.
Large multi-purpose room that is available for all occasions. Simple room, but can be decorated for a more formal event. You can bring in your own alcohol.
El Casino Ballroom
437 East 26th st
up to 800 inside
In the old barrio of Tucson, a landmark ball room with a huge dance floor and lots of history.
El Centro Culturál
40 W. Broadway
Typical turn of the century Tucson homes with Mexican and Victorian ornamentation. You can bring in your own alcohol.
17 West Congress St
1200 in the theatre/100 for reception in the
Built in 1930 as a vaudeville and silent-movie house, it was completely renovated in its original décor in the 1990's. Great for presentations and unusual events.
151 South Granada Ave
Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont House is one of Tucson's oldest adobe houses, built around 1880, the house has been restored using period furniture.
300 E University Blvd
Different areas can be rented on an hourly basis. The Courtyard provides a beautiful outdoor urban setting for larger groups. You can bring your own alcohol.
Jewish History Museum
564 S. Stone Ave
Built in 1910 and restored in 2000. It was the original Temple for Tucson's Jewish community.
Las Candelas Halland Garden
401 E. Limberlost
200 inside/70 in Casita/350 outside
An elegant, convenient setting hidden in the heart of Tucson with indoor and outdoor settings for all types of events. You can bring in your own alcohol.
San Pedro Chapel
5230 E. Ft. Lowell
100 outside/inside chapel area for ceremony
The historic Chapel is completely restored with exposed beam ceiling, rustic details, and charming artwork. You can bring in your own alcohol.
Temple of Music & Art
330 S. Scott Ave
600 in theatre/70 in two inside spaces/100 in Cabare
This historic venue in the heart of downtown Tucson has a theatre and three adjacent spaces overlooking a gorgeous cobbled brick courtyard.
Tucson Museum of Art
140 N. Main
1000 outside /200 inside
This contemporary Museum offers lush outdoor plazas and courtyards for larger events and an indoor reception hall for any style event. You can bring in your own alcohol
288 N. Church Ave
Located in the heart of historic Old Town Tucson, the 1898 "Z" Mansion offers a Victorian-era romance. You can bring in your own alcohol.
Valley of the Moon
2544 E. Allen Rd
A true Tucson Treasure. Magical place to explore and create an event that will be one-of-a-kind.
Venues Rural Ranch
Agua Linda Farm
Historic, "green", unusual: a show-stopper – green lawns, flowers, working farm blend together for a memorable evening. You can bring in your own alcohol.
232540 S. Biosphere Rd.
60 inside/ 300+outside
Run by the UA, and designated by Time Life Books as one of the 50 must-see wonders of the world, this is a non-traditional yet accessible venue. You can bring in your own alcohol.
3199 Reservation Rd
300 outside under ramada
A century-old, working cattle ranch on 16,000 acres of unspoiled desert terrain; the most authentic western experience Tucson has to offer. You can bring in your own alcohol.
7595 E. Snyder Rd
250 inside/350 outside
An old guest ranch from the 1920s, recently renovated buildings are Spanish Hacienda Style with a large interior grass courtyard. You may bring in your own alcohol.
Quiet, secluded garden spots, vast views across southern Arizona, large grassy expanse, protected beautiful courtyards, well-appointed rooms and casitas. You can bring in your own alcohol.
National Forest Sites
Various sites of all types within National Forests available for rent. You can usually bring in your own alcohol, and often camp on site.
3101 N. Sabino Canyon
96 inside/200 outside
Remote desert oasis close to town with views of the breathtaking Santa Catalina Mountains. No alcohol permitted.
Casade San Pedro
8933 Yell Lane Hereford Arizona 520-366-1300www.bedandbirds.com
Out of town, but an incredible get-away. Can house approx. 20 guests, and has a gorgeous courtyard and dining area.
Triangle L Ranch
Triangle L Ranch Rd.
80 inside/200 outside
Historic Arizona Ranch feel, out of town, but not too far. This is an incredible, truly unique Arizona setting. Cottages are available for lodging. You may bring your own alcohol.
Saint Ann Chapel and Ranch Tucson Country Club
85 in chapel/400+ outside
Vast expanse of beautiful grass, mature trees and the remote feel of the lush desert right in town. The chapel has the feel of old adobe, and creates a very Tucson wedding. You can bring in your own alcohol.
1601 E. University Blvd.
Where science and society meet for a most unusual event. Exhibits are available during event.
4455 E. Camp Lowell
A great place for kids or the young at heart. A fantasy environment for a casual party. No alcohol permitted.
Reid Park Zoo
1100 S. Randolph Wa
Unlimited space outside
Another great place for kids or the young at heart. Grassy parks, ramadas and pavilions for many varieties of events. You can bring your own alcohol to some of the areas.
Venues Ballrooms and Halls
Arizona Historical Soc.
949 E 2nd St.
A large ballroom in the midst of the historical museum installations chronicling the vast and storied history of Southern Arizona. You may bring your own alcohol.
1300 N. Stone
Blast into Tucson's past with the newly redecorated meeting room and hotel.
1145 E. Fort Lowell
Recently renovated cultural venue celebrating Greek heritage. Simple but can be decorated for more formal events. You can bring your own alcohol.
Jewish Community Center
3822 E. River Road
Large open rooms leave endless possibilities for decorating, dancing, and dining. Kosher food only. You can bring your own alcohol.
Tucson Expo Center
3750 E. Irvington
Classic Banquet and Grand Ballrooms allow for the set up of large banquets.
Tucson Woman’s Club
6245 E. Bellevue
Traditional ballroom with stage and beautiful wooden parquet floors.
4250 N. Campbell Ave
Up to 300 inside
Beautiful carpeted event space with 3 types of conversions to accommodate different sizes of groups.
525 N Bonita Ave.
250/50 inside 350 outside
State of the art multi-use facility with several areas available for rent. You can bring your own alcohol.
Tucson Association of Realtors
2445 N. Tucson Blvd.
520-327-4218 ext. 120
Brand new space ideal for meetings and conferences. Modern amenities and audio-visual capability.
Venues B&Bs and Small Residential Areas
El Presidio B&B
297 N. Main
Garden courtyards with the Old Mexico ambience of lush floral displays, fountains, and cobblestone surround four richly appointed guesthouses and suites.
Adobe Rose Inn
940 N. Olsen Ave.
Originally built in 1933, and located in the historic Sam Hughes neighborhood, the inn is surrounded by tall, thick walls and natural desert landscaping.
702 W. Roger Rd.
Lovely residential Courtyard in Central Tucson. You can bring your own alcohol.
9410 Loma Linda40 inside/100+ outside
Lovely residence in north Tucson, great venue for smaller conferences or receptions. Exquisitely furnished with many break-out areas. No alcohol permitted.
Maya Palace 520-748-0817 www.mayapalacetucson.com
Cele Peterson’s 520-323-9413 www.celepetersons.com
Laura’s Bridal 2257 E. Broadway 520-294-9199 Blancalaurasbridal@yahoo.com
CE Entertainment 520-527-6262 www.ceentertainment.com
Desert DJ’s 520-327-2000 Charissa www.desertdjs.com
Kidd Squidd 520-404-4096 email@example.com
Sister Jam Yvonne Ruiz 520-628-1306
Villa Feliz 520-790-9500 www.villafelizflowerstucson.com
Elaine Taylor Fine Flowers 520-429-7191 www.elainetaylorfineflowers.com
Sav-On Flowers 520-323-7323 www.savonflowers.com
Marianne Langer 520-349-3347 firstname.lastname@example.org
Perfectly Planned by Candida 520-603-4971 www.perfectlyplannedbycandida.com
Jeri Fitzgerald Celebrations by Design 520-405-1400 www.celebrationsbydesignaz.com
Cool Breeze (Latin Jazz) 520-326-4908 Homero www.mp3.com/coolbreeze
The Street Minstrels (Classical Quartet) 520-745-1732 www.streetminstrels.com
Crawdaddy-o (Brass Band) www.crawdaddyo.com
Steel Jam (Steel Drum Band) 520-885-8518 www.steeljam.com
Mariachi Tierra del Sol 520-623-7867 www.mariachitierradelsol.com
Descarga (Latin) 520-307-3699 Rafael email@example.com
Christine Vivona 520-293-2272 www.ChristineVivona.com
Carnivaleros 520-204-4556 www.carnivaleros.com
Natasha Korshak, Minister 520-325-7275
Rev. Paul Caseman, Methodist 520-297-2062
Rev. Barbara Smith, Presbyterian 520-297-7201
Rabbi Stephanie Aaron 520-747-3882
Rabbi Sandra Wortzel 520-591-7176
Rev. Wendy Hackler 520-873-3588
Carolyn Niethammer 520-622-0252 www.ceremoniesofdistinction.com
Daniel Snyder Photography 520- 792-4828 www.danphotos.com
Lyn Sims Photography 520-743-8850 www.lynsims.com
Ivory Orchid Photography 520-319-1807 Kristinwww.IvoryOrchid.net
Tucson Party Rentals 520-624-1415 www.tucsonpartyrentals.com
Pro-Em Party Concepts 520-750-0550 www.party-concepts.com
Party Express 520-322-9405 Orlando www.partyexpressrentals.com
Avenues Transportation Valet 520-321-1230 www.avenuesvalet.com
Catalina Transportation 520-624-5466 www.catalinatransportation.com
Tucson Victorian Carriage 520-885-8808
Paradise Limousine 520-884-7605 www.paradiselimousines.net
Travel Broker Marie-France 520-293-9707
Black Sheep Video Productions 520-760-0023 stephenywww.blacksheepvideo.com
Beyond Video 520-624-3081 Annyce www.beyondvideo.com
Soltero Productions 520-349-7753 Bobbywww.solteroproductions.com
Gallery of Food 520-884-5033 Kristine www.galleryoffood.com
Village Bakehouse 520-531-0977 Paulettewww.villagebakehouse.com