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Tomorrow’s Sounds, with Dress Code and TOMS Shoes

April 25 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Dress Code Clothing and TOMS Shoes present “Tomorrow’s Sounds”, an event showcasing the local talented community through an open mic experience.

TOMS is taking a stand on issues that matter, and we want to hear what matters most to YOU! Use your voice to take a stand on the issues you stand behind, through song, poetry, comedy, or spoken word at our Open Mic show.

We cannot wait to see what talent Tucson has to offer, and to hear you make a stand! Three guest judges will be onsite, to evaluate the performances and determine the lucky winners! Winners will receive an exclusive prize package from Tom’s Shoes (The package includes: a backpack, pair of shoes, sunglasses, TOMS no show socks, & a TOMS woven bracelet).

Light refreshments and small bites will also be served. Join the Tucson community, for an evening of entertainment like no other, while supporting your local musicians, artists, and friends.

To Sign Up for Open Mic:
Sign ups onsite. Only 9 spaces available, so be there on time to sign up for your time slot!


April 25
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Dress Code Clothing
905 E University Blvd #101
Tucson, AZ 85719 United States
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Tucson Lifestyle Magazine is Tucson's only glossy, monthly city magazine, targeting Southern Arizona’s affluent residents. With over 35 years of publishing experience, Tucson Lifestyle is committed to showcasing the people, places, local flavors, and attractions that make our city unique.

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Phone: 520-721-2929 x 102
Address: 7000 E Tanque Verde Rd # 11,
Tucson, AZ 85715

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