Tucson Kids Fest at the Tucson Arena
Tucson KidsFest returns to the Tucson Convention Center, Saturday, July 17, 2021, and Sunday, July 18, 2021 for cool summer fun, presented by Rancho Sahuarita! Your one-day ticket includes the hours of 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. A limited number of guests can purchase a special “VIP Early Hour” starting at 10 a.m to enjoy ALL the festival has to offer BEFORE the regular entry!
Indoors at the TCC, Tucson KidsFest offers activities for kids of all ages like Ninja Nation course, Slime Zone, 25+ Retro 80’s Video Games, a Jurassic Encounter where guests come face-to-face with a baby T-Rex or Velociraptor participate in a fossil digging challenge. Also back this year, NEW carnival rides, the Slime Zone, Deb’s Dragons with the Creature Zone, and a Face Your Fears on-stage show. Plus, an all NEW head to head Ninja Warrior course where you race against friends or family and the clock!
Get ready for a full-day of entertainment hosted by Funergy, which includes games, dancing, and an interactive show with special guest Peppa Pig both Saturday and Sunday!
Tickets are $17 for ages 3+ with all fees included if purchased at the Tucson Convention Center box office, and there will be FREE PARKING.
For more information, visit www.tucsonkidsfest.com.
Buy tickets at the Tucson Convention Center Ticket Office, any Ticketmaster location, www.ticketmaster.com, or charge by phone 800-745-3000. Two hours prior to event, tickets must be purchased at Tucson Convention Center Ticket Office.
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For additional information please call 520-791-4101 X 1.
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