Tucson Convention Center

260 S Church Ave

Tucson Convention Center

The Tucson Convention Center is a multi-purpose convention center in downtown Tucson, Arizona. It has been a hub for various events, from trade shows and conventions to concerts and sporting events, since its opening in 1971. The TCC consists of four main buildings: the Tucson Arena, the Leo Rich Theater, the Tucson Convention Center Exhibition Hall, and the Tucson Music Hall. The center has undergone several renovations and upgrades over the years to ensure it remains a state-of-the-art facility. The TCC's central location in Tucson, near several popular attractions, makes it a convenient and attractive destination for both locals and tourists alike.

The TCC is not only a popular venue for events and conferences but is also a significant part of Tucson's history. The center was constructed in 1971 and named in honor of Tucson's then-mayor, Lew Davis. It has since played host to countless high-profile events, including concerts by renowned musicians and performers, sporting events, and even political rallies. Over the years, the center has continued to expand and modernize to keep up with the changing needs of the city and its residents. Today, the TCC is a bustling hub of activity and a symbol of Tucson's vibrant culture and history.

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