Ride Sun Link streetcar free on Nov. 10 and 11 weekend

RIDE SUN LINK FOR FREE ALL WEEKEND, NOVEMBER 10 – 11TH
Free Rides Sponsored by DUSK Music Festival, Holualoa Companies and Herbert Residential

“Streetcar passengers can ride Sun Link for free all weekend on Saturday, November 10th and Sunday, November 11th, sponsored by the DUSK Music Festival,  Holualoa Companies andHerbert Residential.
The DUSK Music Festival is an annual music and arts festival in Tucson. This year, DUSK Music Festival will be held at Armory Park in Downtown Tucson on November 10-11th.

Holualoa Companies is a real estate investment firm with multiple properties in the downtown area. One of the propertiesvdowntown is Herbert Residential. Herbert Residential is a 144-unit contemporary residential-rental
community featuring renovated interiors, unparalleled views, and a location that’s steps away from the Sun Link streetcar and other downtown amenities.”

https://suntran.com/PDF/news/18_Oct_17_FreeRideWeekend.pdf

Carolyn’s note:  Nov. 11 is also the date for 2nd Saturdays Downtown, so this will be great for those attendees as well. It was standing room only when Sun Link was free on October 13 for Tucson Meet Yourself, 2nd Saturday Downtown, Tenwest, etc.

Here’s the Sun Link schedule: http://www.sunlinkstreetcar.com/schedule-and-fares

2 responses to “Ride Sun Link streetcar free on Nov. 10 and 11 weekend

  1. Lots of folks riding Sun Link free tonight. We took it from UA to downtown to the Tu Nidito art show at 260 E. Congress St., then checked out the many booths & music of 2nd Saturday Downtown, then ate dinner at Urban Pita near Plaza Centro. On the way back we went to the 33rd anniversary celebration of Tucson Clean & Beautiful at Crooked Tooth Brewery, and also saw the El Dia de los Muertos art show at Raices Taller gallery (missed the opening last Friday). Great to have Sun Link streetcar free today and tomorrow. Thanks to the donors.

  2. Woo hoo – free rides today on Sun Link. Probably using it twice today, for 2nd Saturdays Downtown as well. What else to do: https://www.downtowntucson.org/

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