Give peace a chance: 2018 Peace Fair & Music Festival

Tucson’s Annual Peace Fair & Music Festival is now in its 34th year. Tentative schedule of performances:

And here’s a tentative 2018 Peace Fair Music Line-Up:
11am — One Heartbeat
Noon — Tucson Raging Grannies
12:30 — Vimala
1pm — The Enchanters
2pm — Santa Pachita
3pm — Mark Holdaway & Friends

“This FREE event is Arizona’s largest gathering of Peace, Justice, and Environmental groups. There will be live music, tables, food, entertainment, and children’s activities.”Note the new location- Armory Park downtown, 221 S. 6th Avenue, south of Broadway Blvd.

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  2. Lots of like-minded peaceniks at this festival today at Armory Park, with CD 3 Congressman Raul Grijalva, Kelly Fryer (for Governor), Betty Villegas (LD 3 Senate), reps for Steve Farley (for Governor) and Mary Matiella (for CD 2 House). Listened to Raging Grannies at high noon sing “Killing Us Softly with his Tweets” (about DT), and Health Care for All, etc. The usual booths for peace, the environment, even Unscrewed Theater was there in the brisk, Spring weather. Give peace a chance. Raffle was indoors Armory Park Senior Center, along w/ community soapbox talks, every 15 minutes.