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Sun 24 May

Memorial Day Eve with Drew Cooper & Christie Huff

(DOORS AT 8PM, $5, 21+)

Born in Springfield, IL, a Midwest kid, Drew Cooper moved to Tucson when he was 11 and attended the University of Arizona for a period of time. Grew up loving country music and our modern classics. His biggest influences as a kid were Garth Brooks, Chris LeDoux, Bruce Springsteen, and Jimmy Buffet.

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Sun 24 May
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Ynot Karaoke

(10pm, FREE, 21+)

Ynot Karaoke is hands down Tucson’s largest karaoke company providing the largest song selection and best quality karaoke equipment. You can join them here at the Hotel Congress every Sunday from 10pm-2am for FREE. Cap off your weekend the right way, singing with your friends!


Mon 25 May

90s House Party

w/ DJ Sid the Kid (10pm-2am, FREE, 21+)

Retrolution, the longest running dance night in the history of Tucson featuring all your favorite hits of the 80’s, is finally being dragged, kicking in screaming, into the 90’s. We hope to ease the way with 90 cent PBR Draft Beers (12oz), $2 Wells, and a little Jazzy Jeff & Nirvana. LET’S PARTY LIKE IT’S 1999.


Tue 26 May

Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz

(8pm, FREE, 21+)

Geeks Who Drink is a Denver-based company that hosts Bar Trivia at over 300 pubs and restaurants in 25 states. Our quiz is a collective effort of dozens of quizmasters, writers, fact-checkers, graphic designers and artists. Join us every Tuesday at Hotel Congress for 8 rounds of madness and flaunt your pop-culture knowledge for a chance at tons of great prizes!


Tue 26 May
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Amped Up!

(Sign up is at 8:30pm, Start Time is at 9:00pm, End Time is at 11:00pm)

Join us at Hotel Congress for an awesome new open mic experience! From music to stand up to spoken word, if you have something to say or sing- we wanna hear it! Perform on the same stage that many of the greats have played on! Bring your friends down and hang out with other awesome local artists. The Details: Sign up is at 8:30pm Start Time is at 9:00pm End Time is at 11:00pm *We want to extend the hours,…


Wed 27 May
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Agent Orange

w/ Maldad and Whispering Wires (Doors at 7pm, $10/$12, All Ages)

The Original Southern California Punk/Surf Power Trio, Agent Orange, is one of only a handful of bands who have been continually active since the earliest days of the West Coast Punk Scene. We are happy to welcome these legends to Club Congress for an all ages show this Wednesday.

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Fri 29 May
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Prom Body

w/ Mute Swan, ALTRICE, New Doubt, & Jess Matsen (Doors 8pm, FREE, 21+)

It’s a stacked local showcase at the Hotel Congress this Friday. Wonder-child Jess Matsen kicks the night off solo, followed by experimental punks New Doubt, psych legends Mute Swan, and maximum rock n rollers Prom Body. Altrice will be closing the night out with a freaky dance party. The best part? It’s all FREE.


Sat 30 May

Retro Game Show Night

(Doors at 6pm, Show at 7pm, $10, 21+)

Retro Game Show Night is hosted by Tempest DuJour, the “Delicate Flower of the Desert.” She is Tucson’s (and possibly Arizona’s) largest drag queen and has a blazing wit that’s just as big as she is. At RGSN, we play vintage television game shows with special “celebrity” guests and real contestants from the audience. Join us this Saturday for the Mismatch Game.

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Sat 30 May


w/ DJs Bob Felix, Sid the Kid, JALPH, & Andrew Shuta (10pm, FREE, 21+)

Join our resident DJs Bob Felix, Sid the Kid, Jalph, & Andrew Shuta for what has become one of Tucson’s funnest Saturday nights. Free entry, $4 Stoli flavors & Maker’s Mark, & all your favorite hits from yesterday and today on two stages. DO NOT forget your dancing shoes.


Sun 31 May

PigPen Theatre Co.

w/ Goodnight, Texas (Doors at 7pm, $13/$15, All Ages)

PigPen Theatre Co. began creating their unique brand of music, film, and theatre as freshmen at the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama in 2007. They have since produced their original plays Off-Broadway and toured the country – earning them critic’s picks from The New York Times, Time Out New York, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Boston Globe, and many more, ranking them in the top ten theatrical events of 2011, 2012, and 2013.

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Sun 31 May
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Ynot Karaoke

(10pm, FREE, 21+)

Ynot Karaoke is hands down Tucson’s largest karaoke company providing the largest song selection and best quality karaoke equipment. You can join them here at the Hotel Congress every Sunday from 10pm-2am for FREE. Cap off your weekend the right way, singing with your friends!


Tue 2 Jun
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Guantanamo Baywatch

w/ Big Bad & Dirt Friends (Doors at 8pm, FREE, 21+)

Portland’s Guantanamo Baywatch have built their reputation on wrangling up a ribald mishmash of classic surf instrumentation and brash garage rock. On the one hand, you could view this adherence to the rudiments of rock n’ roll as more of an homage than an artistic stride. Yes, the trio owes a hat tip to Dick Dale’s guitar licks and The Sonics’ primitive blown-out strut. But who cares about reference points anyways? You have to see these cats live to truly understand.


Wed 3 Jun

Chastity Belt

w/ Numb Bats and Katterwaul (Doors at 8pm, FREE, 21+)

Chastity Belt from Walla Walla, Washington happen to be one of the hottest underground bands playing today. We are more than excited to host them for this FREE Wednesday party with our favorite Phoenix gals Numb Bats and local support from Katterwaul. Don’t miss it!


Thu 4 Jun


w/ BRYDES and Clay Dudash (DOORS AT 7PM, FREE, 21+)

MRCH is an indie electronic trio in the vein of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Phantogram. With thoughtful lyrics, infectious beats and interesting harmonies- they interweave electronic and acoustic elements throughout each song. AZ Central listed them amongst top bands to watch in 2015. Their debut single “Validation” is out now. MRCH is currently on tour.


Fri 5 Jun


w/ The Harmaleighs and Keli & the Big Dream (Doors at 8pm, $5, 21+)

Decker returns to Hotel Congress for another Friday night party. This time he is joined by Nashville touring act the Harmaleighs, who we hosted for a fantastic show this past fall, and Keli & the Big Dream will be opening the show up, so don’t be late!

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Sat 6 Jun

The Melvins

w/ Le Butcherettes (Doors at 7pm, $15/$17, 21+)

The Melvins will be returning to the road with the continuation of their Hold It In tour, kicking off June 6 in Tucson, AZ. The tour announcement comes as Ipecac Recordings confirms the June 2nd reissue of the Melvins’ 2012 release The Bulls & The Bees and their 2001 release Electroretard all in one package. That June 2nd date will be the CD release, the vinyl will also be coming out through Ipecac on a 2015 date yet to be determined. Buzz, Dale and Jeff Pinkus will be the touring line-up for this run of dates with labelmates Le Butcherettes opening. Le Butcherettes had joined the Melvins on the first leg of the Hold It In tour last year.

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Tue 9 Jun
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The Rocketboys

w/ Fairweatherfriend & Talent Scout (Doors at 8pm, FREE, 21+)

The Rocketboys’ sound reflects the Texas landscape from which they hail: vast, yet sparse, desolate, yet rich and abundant. Familiar lyrical themes of romance and love are often eschewed in favor of songs of brotherhood, family, life, and death in the band’s dynamic musical array, from guitar- and keyboard-rich anthems to gentle, ethereal whispers.


Wed 10 Jun

Melt Banana

w/ Hot Nerds and Prom Body (Doors at 8pm, $12/$14, All Ages)

Melt-Banana is a Japanese noise rock group founded in 1992 by friends attending Tokyo University of Foreign Language. Their hyperactive music palette draws influences from experimental rock, grindcore, no wave, psychedelic, hardcore punk, and post-punk.

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Thu 11 Jun
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Tom Russell in the Copper Hall

(Doors at 7pm, $25/$27, 21+)

Tom Russell is a master storyteller and Mesabi, his new release for Shout! Factory corrals some of the acclaimed singer-songwriter’s most compelling tales to date. A thread runs through its songs, a zigzagging but determinedly solid line that connects the perilous bordertown of Juarez, Mexico to the real and faux glitz of L.A. and the bleak iron range of Minnesota—the Mesabi of the album’s title.

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Fri 12 Jun


w/ Helen Money (Doors at 7pm, $12, 21+)

For sixteen years the Pacific Northwest group Agalloch has defined what it means to combine influences from a variety of musical genres into one brooding, colossal, and cinematic sound that provides the soundtrack to existential themes concerning man, nature, loss, and death.

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From its 1985 inception as a once-weekly showcase for downtown Tucson’s creative community, to its current status as “One of the 10 best rock clubs in the United States,” Club Congress has continuously striven to be a catalyst for art. In addition to showcasing music’s cutting edge, the Club Congress has earned repeated accolades as the city’s best dance club.

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Club Nights

90s House Party (10pm)
w/ DJ Sid the Kid & 90 cent PBR drafts

Geeks Who Drink – Trivia Night (8pm)
AMPED UP! Open Mic (8pm)
The Switch Comedy (8pm)

Live Music!

Salvador Duran on the Plaza (7pm)
OPTI CLUB Dance Party (10pm)

Live Music!
Tom Walbank on the Plaza (7pm)
DJ Dirtyverbs on the Plaza (10pm)

Saturdaze – FREE Dance Party (10pm)
w/ DJs Sid the Kid, BOBFelix, Andrew Shuta, & Jalph

Hot Club of Tucson (10am)
S.I.N. Service Industry Night & Club Karaoke (10pm)