Get Your Wristbands Now for Club Crawl

April 5, 2012

Chali 2na headlines Club Crawl.

Wristbands are now on sale at both Zia Records locations for the Tucson Weekly’s Spring Club Crawl taking place on April 21. Advance price is $8 or $10 the night of Club Crawl at all the entrances.

Club Crawl is Tucson’s largest music festival with more than 25 stages of live music covering more than eight blocks. There will be six outdoor stages and numerous venues Downtown off Congress Street and on 4th Avenue.

Venues include Rialto Theatre, Hotel Congress, Vaudeville, The District, O’Malley’s, The Hut, Sky Bar, Mr. Heads, Screening Room, Sharks, Sacred Machine Museum, The Hub, Play Ground, Enoteca, La Cocina, Iguana Café, Cushing Street, Casa Vicente, Café Passe, Delectables, Chocolate Iguana, Magpies, and Martin’s. Gates open at 7 p.m.

Headlining this year’s Club Crawl will be MC, painter, musician, actor and Renaissance man, Chali 2na.  As one of the founding members of both Ozomatli and Jurassic 5, he will be bringing his four-piece soul, funk and hip hop band to play at the Rialto Stage.

From Phoenix will be the alternative rock of Ladylike, and Elmo Kirkwood, son of one of the seminal Phoenix rock bands the Meat Puppets, will perform at Hotel Congress.

Also returning to Tucson from Atlanta to play Club Crawl will be former football star from University of Arizona football and the NFL, Steve McLaughlin.

Some of the confirmed local acts are Cosmic Slop, 8 Minutes To Burn, Crosscut Saw, Al Perry, Planet Jam, Early Black, Broken Romeo, Sugar Stains and Flagrante Delicto.  A complete list of acts, times and maps will be available at

Club Crawl is sponsored by The Tucson Weekly, Ch. 11, My 92.9, KRQ, Tejano and La Preciosa, Budweiser, Cuervo Silver and Captain Morgan.