The 3rd Annual Purge Party – Hosted by DJ Venti @ The Rock
Oct 25 @ 9:00 pm – Oct 26 @ 2:00 am


Don’t miss this year’s annual PURGE! This is an 18+ event 21+ to drink Contact @djventi_ on instagram for additional information.

18-20   $10.00

21+  $6.00

Doors @ 9pm

$300 Costume Contest

Food Trucks

Live Performances


Too Much Information @ The Rock
Oct 26 @ 8:00 pm – Oct 27 @ 12:00 am

Too Much Information (TMI) plays classic rock, blues, folk, and a growing list of original tunes. The band covers a wide range of artists, including Santana, John Mellencamp, Prince, The B52s, Bob Seger, Poison, CCR, Bonnie Raitt, REO Speedwagon, and many more. TMI’s music is universally fun and familiar, with a broad appeal to all ages.

The band represents a diverse spectrum of cultures and identities, which is evident in the selection and arrangement of their music–and especially in their originals.

Each individual artists’ talents are apparent in every set. Lead vocalist Michael Woodward’s whiskey tenor voice is one of Tucson’s best kept secrets. He is complimented by the rich vocal blends of David Perez (lead guitar and vocals), Jennifer R. Lopez (rhythm guitar and vocals), Traci Payer (vocals), and Bill Piacenza (percussion and vocals). The band takes every opportunity to showcase Perez’ exceptional guitar skills, while Sandra Starling keeps the party hopping on bass.

TMI made its first public appearance at the Epic Café on Fourth Avenue in Tucson on March 25, 2005. Since then the band has appeared at venues large and small all over Arizona, as well as headlining events as far as away as Atlanta and Los Angeles.

The band has twice been named a finalist for “Best Cover Band” at the Tucson Area Music Awards. They have been featured at a number of local events and venues including the Tucson Folk Festival, Fourth Avenue Street Fair, Phoenix Pride, Bisbee Pride, and Tucson Pride, as well as dozens of fundraising events for organizations such as Child & Family Resources and the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.


21+ Show

Doors @ 8pm

$5.00 at the door

Nov 1 @ 6:00 pm – 11:30 pm

MotorMouth Productions is honored to present:
Mosh for Mental Health 2019 at The Rock
An all heavy, all local line up & costume parade in support of Tu Nidito. ♥ Tu Nidito is a local non-profit organization that helps children and families by providing comfort, hope and support while dealing with death or serious illness. Their vision is that no child grieves alone!

Featuring music from
The Abstract (Alternative hardcore – Tucson, AZ)
Evasion (Experimental-Groove-Tech-Metal – Tucson, AZ)
Despair (Doom metal – Tucson, AZ)
Old Fashion Assassinn (Groovy, heavy, stoner rock – Phx, AZ)
Corky’s Leather Jacket (Old school punk rock – Phx AZ)
Pretty Ugly (Mountain Reggae Jazz – Tucson, AZ)
& Blacklidge (good ol’ heavy fucking metal – Tucson, AZ)

Come in costume, or stop by the make-up booth. Either way, there will be a costume parade and a photo booth to commemorate the occasion.
All ages show, Bar for 21+ w/ID
$5 presale tickets, or $7 at the door.
Proceeds go to support Tu Nidito and those in their time of hardship and need.

Micky & The Motorcars @ The Rock
Nov 2 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Micky & The Motorcars

Drew Cooper and The Cole Trains

November 2nd at the Rock Tucson.

Doors @ 7pm

This show is 21+

$15 adv. $20 day of show

T.S.O.L @ The Rock
Nov 3 @ 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm


Doors at 530, music from 6 – midnight
21+ bar w/ID
$15 presale, $20 day of
(Buy your tickets directly from venue/bands to avoid service fees & #supportlocalmusic)

For those of you just catching up,
T.S.O.L. are an American punk band. Short for True Sounds of Liberty – however, TSOL is rarely referred to by their full name. Although most commonly associated with the burgeoning West Coast hardcore punk movement of the late 1970s and early 1980s, T.S.O.L. have released music in the styles of both punk and hard rock. Formed in 1979 and hailing from Long Beach, California, T.S.O.L. developed from earlier bands Johnny Coathanger & the Abortions and Vicious Circle.

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