November 29th, 2012
Tucson if full of fun and excitement this time of year. If you coming from out of town be sure to experience the local events going on this holiday season. The neighborhood of Winterhaven features extravagant lights and decorated houses for walkers, runners, or even offer horse drawn hay rides through the streets. There are many ballets and concerts being held in the celebration the holidays that can be seen at one of Tucson’s many performance halls. Check out our events calendar for more ideas of how to spend your holiday season in Tucson. Integrity Transportation can provide you with comfortable professional transportation to any of your holiday events this winter. Call or make a reservation through our easy website forms.
Happy Holidays to All!
September 27th, 2012
The Tucson weather starts cooling down in October and many exciting events are taking place for visitors and local residents. Spooky Nightfall celebrations at Old Tucson Studios all month, take a trip to Wilcox to get your Halloween pumpkins and enojy the tractor driven hay rides, art shows at Tucson’s various art galleries, and many different plays and musical concerts for everyone to enjoy.
We provide transportation for large and small groups, conventions, or individual travelers. We accommodate airport arrivals and departures to hotels or residences as well as site seeing or going to one of Tucson’s many events this fall. Call or email Integrity today for a quote or reservation!
June 29th, 2012
Our luxury sedans and professional drivers will provide comfortable and convenient transportation to all of your desired destinations this summer. Whether your enjoying your stay at one of Tucson’s many beatuiful resorts, arriving at the Tucson airport, or out for a night on the town, we can provide you with outstanding transportation services all summer long. Tucson always has many enjoyable summer activities this time of year. Enjoy the animal and plant life at Sabino Canyon Mountain park, night time excursions at the Reid Park Zoo, or enjoy the many art attractions at the UA museum of art. For more ideas on things to do in Tucson check out our Calendar or the link below.
February 20th, 2012
Tucson’s perfect spring weather and Rodeo celebration will be sure to entice you to check out all that’s going on around town!
Tucson Rodeo: One of the top 25 Rodeos in the United States is right here in Tucson! From February 18 – 26 at the Rodeo grounds experience the excitement of bull riding, horse racing, and the popular Rodeo day parade on February 23, still considered to be the largest non-motorized parade!
World Golf Championships – Accenture Match Play Championship: Grab your caddy and your golf clubs and see the biggest names in golf competing in PGA Tour and located in Tucson’s gorgeous Dove Mountains. This single elimination golf championship is sure to bring excitement to any traveler and of course golf fan. Tournament goes through February 20 – 26.
FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup: For all the soccer fans coming to Tucson this spring, get the oportunity to witness a four game tournament featuring professional MLS soccer players at Kino Sport Complex. Tournament games are February 22, 2012!
Book your reservations with Integrity to ensure your safe and reliable transportation while in Tucson. Professional and experienced chauffeurs will guide to your desired destination.
December 29th, 2011
Everyone have a safe and happy new years! Don’t take a chance with drinking and driving, set up your transportation today for your New Years celebrations! If your looking for a plan this new years eve the Tucson Weekly has great entertainment ideas for everyone to enjoy. Read the rest of this entry »
December 22nd, 2011
The Holidays are coming fast, and Tucson is full of fun and festivities for everyone this season!
Avoid the hassle of driving around town for those last minute gifts, and let our experienced chauffeurs take you to your destinations this winter. Tucson offers great gift shopping at La Encantada, Tucson Mall, and other various shops and stores on all sides of town. Winterhaven Festival of Lights is Tucson’s favorite holiday spirit hot spot, with brilliant light and decoration displays that spans the entire neighborhood. Run, walk or ride the horse drawn hay rides. Enjoy the Zoo Lights at Reid Park Zoo, featuring Santa Claus, lights, and even snow.
September 8th, 2011
With Tucson’s beautiful fall season approaching, there are a variety of events, exhibits, and entertainment to enjoy. Come experience Tucson’s fall Gem & Mineral show starting September 8th until September 11th. Enjoy the many exhibits being shown at the Tucson Museum of Art, including Tucson Rocks and the Arizona Bienniel ’11 Art Exhibit. For an enjoyable day on the green, visit the beautiful Golf Club at Rancho Vistoso on September 9th for the 88-Crime Inc, Golf Tournament. Tucson’s Oktoberfest September 29-October 2 is always an exciting event to enjoy with the whole family. We look forward to providing outstanding transportation for any of your traveling needs while in Tucson. For more information on Tucson events please check out visittucson.org.
April 27th, 2011
For the remainder of this week you can catch the awesome Butterfly Magic exhibit at the Tucson Botanical Gardens where hundreds of live, tropical butterflies are on display. Also happening this week at UofA’s Centennial Hall is a visit from the famous Blue Man Group from New York which is an entertaining combination of theater, percussive music, art, science and vaudeville. Coming up this weekend is the annual Tucson Folk Festival will offer continuous live music on four stages with craft and food vendors, and you can also see the Arizona Symphony Orchestra at UA Crowder’s Hall. The first weekend in May hosts the annual KFMA Day featuring a plethora of great alternative and rocks bands at Tucson Electric Park. Beginning mid-month, you can be entertained with Tucson’s new Triple-A baseball team, the Tucson Padres, the affiliate of the San Diego Padres, at Tucson’s Kino Stadium. Third Thursdays are also hosted by the Botanical Gardens where you can stroll the gardens in the evenings while sipping a cocktail and listening to local talent. At restaurants all over town you will find Mother’s Day & Cinco De Mayo specials aplenty, and in late may you can stop by Old Tucson Studios during the Memorial Day weekend for a celebration of western music in their Cowboy Music Festival. These are just a smattering of the goings on here in Tucson, and we are sure you will find something you can thoroughly enjoy. So go ahead and round up a group of friends, pick an event, and let us do the driving! For even more ideas check the events calendar at visittucson.org.
November 12th, 2010
Check out our new Visitor’s Guide which contains weather information, Tucson Attractions & Resorts, and links to Tucson event sites. We hope you enjoy it!