Fall in Tucson brings perfect patio weather and several fun Fall events. Cyclists flock to the Sonoran desert for El Tour De Tucson in November each year. In 2023, El Tour celebrates its 40th year of premier cycling with five different rides throughout the city and surrounding areas. Starting mid-September, celebrate ¡Viva Tucson! Hispanic Heritage Month with singing, dancing, and food. Taste America's best Mexican food and learn about Tucson's most inspiring Hispanic locals via various events from Sept. 15-Oct. 15.
Or, immerse yourself in and honor all the different foods, cultures, and communities of the city at Tucson Meet Yourself. Nicknamed "Tucson Eat Yourself" by locals, it's a weekend of vibrant festivities in the downtown area happening Oct. 13-15. November 3-5, honor your lost loved ones at the All Souls Procession, an inclusive procession and ceremony that allows the community to mourn, reflect, and celebrate the universal experience of death.
Gear up for burgers, beer, live music, and pickleball at CORBETT'S, opening this fall on Aug. 29 in the historic J. Knox Corbett Lumber Yard, just northeast of Tucson's Warehouse Arts District.
West of downtown at the Monier Building in the Mercado District, WHOLE SLVCE PIZZA plans to open in Fall 2023. Keep close to all the fun in the heart of downtown Tucson at the newly opened Leo Kent. Opened May 2023 in the first nine floors of Tucson's most iconic downtown building, One South Church, The Leo Kent is mere steps from the light rail and minutes away from all the fall festivities.
For more info, visit https://www.visittucson.org
Photos by Jeff Smith and Visit Tucson