Tucson Kitchen Musicians Association

Mission Statement: The Tucson Kitchen Musicians Association (TKMA) began as a group of friends gathering regularly on Friday nights for potlucks and jammin’ in the kitchen. TKMA has grown into an all-volunteer operated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1986; Tax ID #86-0514808. Our mission is to further public awareness and interest in acoustic music and other folk arts by promoting and producing the annual Tucson Folk Festival. This two-day event is one of the oldest FREE folk music festivals in the country!

Contact Name: Diane P. Perry
Title: President
Address: P.O. Box 26531
City: Tucson
State: AZ
Zipcode: 85726
Daytime Phone: 4029806228
Email: president@tucsonfolkfest.org
Website: www.tucsonfolkfest.org
Signature Event Name: 34th Annual Tucson Folk Festival
Date: 04/06/2019
Time: SAT: Noon – 10 p.m. / SUN: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Place: Historic Downtown Tucson: Jacome Plaza, La Cocina & Presidio Museum
Price: FREE

About Us

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.

General Information

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

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