If you're planning on going to the Pima County Fair on a weekday, you should go to Fry's and get the 10 rides for $10 tickets. It's a great deal. The average ride at the fair costs $4.75.
The Pima County Fair starts Thursday, and runs through the 28th.
If you're looking for temporary work to make a few extra dollars, check out the Pima County Fair's job fair Saturday. Here are the details.
An interior shot shows The Sunset Cantina's spacious bar and dining area. The restaurant will handle crowds of 200 indoors.
The eatery can accommodate 500 people when the outdoors is in use.
If a sit-down meal with a happy-hour beverage appeals to you more than a fried Twinkie on a stick, the Pima County Fairgrounds has you covered.
The Pima County Fairgrounds is getting a restaurant this spring.
Don't be surprised if you see protesters at rocker Ted Nugent's show tonight at the Pima County Fair.
Kelsey Mitchell, 16, holds out her arm for Chico, who is returning a dollar he took from her during the Wild About Monkeys show at the Pima County Fair.
The Great American Pig Races is just one of many shows at the fair.
The Techno Jump gives fairgoers a thrill. The fair started last Thursday and runs through Sunday.
The Pima County Fair features rides, shows, exhibits and an array of food options.
A few people threatened to protest if Ted Nugent comes to the Pima County Fair; others threatened to protest if he doesn't.
Ted Nugent arrives at the Pima County Fair on Saturday trailing a cloud of controversy.
It's bargain days at the Pima County Fair.
Talk about your tough calls: Between Arizona Opera at Tucson Music Hall at 7:30 tonight, Club Crawl on 25 stages down the street off Congress Street, the world's greatest cellist at Centennial Hall a few miles away or the a country up-and-comer at the Pima County Fair, you can find somethi…
Country singer Justin Moore headlines the Pima County Fair concert series at 8 p.m. today.
Prime chances to feel your stomach leap into your throat don't come along every day. But they're here now, in the form of the Techno Jump at the Pima County Fair. These brave souls knew a good thing when they saw it. We just hope they leapt aboard before chowing down on all those goodies.