De VatchKa will headline at the Rialto Theater Saturday as part of the Club Crawl.

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Advance Wristbands are now on sale for $8 at Zia Records for the Tucson Weekly’s Fall Club Crawl taking place on Saturday, Oct 6.  It’s Tucson’s largest Music Festival with more than 25 stages of live music and will feature one of the top touring indie bands, DeVotchKa playing at the Rialto Theatre 11:30-1 a.m.  The band won a Grammy Award in 2006 for performing all the music for the hit movie “Little Miss Sunshine.”  DeVotchKa returns to Tucson after playing for capacity crowds at both the 2010 HOCO Festival and at the Rialto Theatre in 2009. 

Event sponsors are offering limited special priority seating, either in front of the stage or in a reserved seat in the balcony. These tickets can be purchased for $15 and will also include a Club Crawl wristband.  They are only available through the Rialto Box office at 318 E. Congress or on online at

 Playing over at Club Congress will be The Hood Internet, a duo from Chicago, that specializes in creating a unique dance sound by mixing indie music, pop, R&B with hip hop beats. Their 2012 National Tour hitting Club Crawl will be promoting the release of their new CD titled Feat.  Also on the tour will be the following three acts: Body Language, an electro pop quartet from Brooklyn that combines dance, funk, soul, and a hint of pop; Kid Static, a hip hop and soul artist from Chicago; and dance band Oscillator Bug.  This year on their outdoor stage, Hotel Congress will be hosting the Wavelab Studios showcase, featuring Greyhound Soul, Copper & Congress, Ferrodyne and Saint Maybe.

 Club Crawl will have three outdoor stages on Congress Street and 5th Ave.  Featured acts will include the soul band Black Carl from Phoenix, The rockabilly band Mad Max and The Wild Ones featuring a dad and his three sons, Far West, the top Americana band from Los Angeles, and from Phoenix XS Band performing a mix of latin, funk and R&B.  

Other notable acts performing will be Fayuca playing their mix of latin, reggae and punk at the Hut Outdoor Stage, The Pork Torta at The District and Salvador Duran at Martin’s.  

The remaining participating venues that will feature entertainment will be Zen Rock, O’Malley’s, Screening Room, Sacred Machine Museum, The Hub, Play Ground, 47 Scott, Enoteca, Iguana Café, Cushing Street, Casa Vicente, Café Passe, Delectables, Chocolate Iguana, and Magpies.  Club Crawl gates open at 7 p.m.

Wristbands for the Club Crawl will be available at both Zia Records locations.  Advance price is $8 and it will go up to $10 the night of the event.  VIP passes are $20 in advance at Zia and $25 at the gate.  

Club Crawl is also sponsored by Southwest University of Visual Arts, Fox 11, TV 18, My 92.9, KRQ, Tejano and La Preciosa, Shock Top, Cuervo Silver, Smirnoff and Captain Morgan.

For more information contact Jeb Schoonover 795-1420,



Club Crawl Schedule

Rialto Theatre/KRQ Stage

8 p.m.: Wolf Larson

9 p.m.: Andrew Collberg

10 p.m.: Dry River Yacht Club (Phoenix)

11:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.: DeVotchKa (Denver)


Bud Light Main Stage

8 p.m.: Triple Double Band

9 p.m.: Skitn

10 p.m.: LeeAnne Savage

11 p.m.: Black Carl (Phoenix)

Midnight: The Living Breathing



My 92.9 Stage

8 p.m.: Kristen Chandler

9 p.m.: Bryan Dean

10 p.m.: Mike Hebert and the Prison Band

11 p.m.: Mad Max and the Wild Ones (Utah)

Midnight: The Far West (Los Angeles)


Tejano/La Preciosa Stage

8:30 p.m.: XS Band (Phoenix)

9:30 p.m.: XS Band (Phoenix)

10:30 p.m.: Hollywood Knights

11:30 p.m.: Hollywood Knights


Hotel Congress Outdoor: Wavelab Studio Showcase

8 p.m.: Talk 2 Strangers

9 p.m.: Copper and Congress

10 p.m.: Ferrodyne

11 p.m.: Greyhound Soul

Midnight: Saint Maybe


Club Congress 

9 p.m.: Oscillator Bug

9:40 p.m.: Kid Static (Chicago)

10:30 p.m.: Body Language (Brooklyn)

11:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.: The Hood Internet (Chicago)


The District

8:30 p.m.: DJ Buttafly

9:30 p.m.: Bradford Trojan

10:30 p.m.: Chariots of Failure

11:30 p.m.: Al Foul

12:30 p.m.: The Pork Torta


The Screening Room

8 p.m.: Short blues film

8:30 p.m.: Roman Barten-Sherman

9:30 p.m.: Stefan George

10:30 p.m.: Film program

11 p.m.: Billy Sedlmayr

Midnight: Al Perry



8 to 11 p.m.: DJ Table Manners


Playground Rooftop

11 a.m. to 2 a.m.: DJ Nature



8 to 10 p.m.: DJ MGM

10 a.m. to 2 a.m.: Powerhouse DJs Knoccout and Soo


The Hut Outdoor Stage

8:30 p.m.: Two Lane Blacktop

9:30 p.m.: Funky Bonz

10:30 p.m.: Fayuca (Phoenix)

11:30 p.m.: 8 Minutes to Burn


The Hut 

8 p.m.: Deceptively Innocent

9 p.m.: Salacious

10 p.m.: Grite-Leon

11 p.m.: Cosmic Slop

Midnight: Sugar Stains

1 a.m.: Despondency Denied


Zen Rock 

8 p.m. to 2 a.m.: Local and regional DJs and performance artists


Martin’s Comida Chingona

7 to 9 p.m.: Salvador Duran


Café Passe

7 p.m.: Catfish and Weezie

8 p.m.: Hank Topless

9 p.m.: Andy Hersey 


Sacred Machine Museum

9 p.m.: d(form)

10:30 p.m.: Blind Divine


Iguana Café

8 p.m. to 1 a.m.: The Benjamins


Cushing Street Bar and Restaurant

7:30 to 10 p.m.: Jeff Lewis and Friends


Casa Vicente

7 to 9 p.m.: Misael Barraza and dancers Macarena Giraldez and Esther Sanchez-Gomez



7 to 10 p.m.: Wally Lawder


Magpies Gourmet Pizza

8 to 10 p.m.: Annon and the Late Show


Chocolate Iguana

8 to 10 p.m.: Tres


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