Fill up your reusable bottle for FREE at our water stations placed throughout the festival.
Together we are greening the festival, caring for cultures and the land.
Because culture and community are resilient.
Yeah, we know it’s why you’re coming. Over 40 food booths representing over 25 cultures and ethnicities!
See What’s Cooking
The heart of the festival’s color and beauty, with over 50 artists demonstrating their artforms, including the Tohono O’odham and Yaqui/Yoeme Pavilions, showcasing work by Indigenous artists
Meet the Artists
Bringing back “Big Jim” Griffith’s vision of the stage as a site for meaningful connections among artists, traditions, and audiences. Enjoy spectacles, cross-cultural exchanges, demonstrations, and conversations on 3 stages and 2 interactive tents!u003cbru003e
Check the Schedule
HIghlights for 2022
New this year! Celebrating dance, movement arts, and wellness with interactive demos, workshops, and performances. Sponsored by TMC Healthcare.u003cbru003eu003cbru003e
Celebrating how music and music-making traditions keep us connected across time and generations with iInformal performances, conversations, and sing-alongs, and more!u003cbru003eu003cbru003e
Memory: Songs of love & Aging
u003cstrongu003eGreening the Festivalu003c/strongu003eu003cbru003eWe’re finally doing away with single-use plastic bottles, so u003cstrongu003ebring your own water bottleu003c/strongu003e or u003cstrongu003ebuy one of oursu003c/strongu003e and fill it FREE at the festival. We’re also composting food waste again this year. TMY cares about culture u0026amp; the land where it happens!u003cbru003e
The Dukes Car Club of Tucson presents a collection of lowrider cars plus demonstrations on how to trick out your own car.u003cbru003e
Lowrider Car Craftsmanship
TMY co-founder “Big Jim” Griffith died in December at age 86. Add something to the altar, share a memory of him, or choose one of his many books (by donation) to continue your education about the rich region he so loved.u003cbru003eu003cbru003e