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The Rock & Rolling Food Truck Round-Up will be Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 from 5pm to 9pm immediately north of the gigantic gem show tent. Choose among 22 food trucks and listen to our 1980s cover band outside or our funky spaghetti western band inside. The 22nd Street Show will remain open until 9 pm on this one evening. Why battle the long Friday restaurant lines when you can stop in for a delicious meal from among a dozen cuisines, enjoy live music, and check out the 22nd Street Show at the same time? Plenty of free parking, open to the public, and free entry.
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Our fourth year will feature the same gigantic 100' x 600' (60,000 sq. ft.) hard-wall tent plus upgraded heaters that will output 15x more heating BTUs. When it gets rainy or cold, our heated venue will be the best place to be in Tucson! We're the only show on I-10 with acres of FREE PARKING, which is located at the north end of the tent. Or choose our $3 monitored parking option at the south end of the venue. Either way, you'll be just a few steps away from one of our five entrances.
Our third year was even bigger, with a 65% larger structure measuring a whopping 100' x 600' (60,000 sq. ft.). Other upgrades included brighter interior lighting, monitored parking, Tucson police on site, K-9 security dog team at night, the first annual "Rock & Rolling Food Truck Round-up" on the second Friday, expanded display area for Ice Age skeletons, and growth to 180 dealer booths. More than 18,000 visitors came through our doors to shop our ultra-convenient show.
The second year was vastly improved with a 30% larger hard-wall tent measuring 82' x 440' (36,300 s.ft.). New asphalt was laid and so now the tent sits on a smooth, dust-free surface.
The bathrooms were upgraded and massive heaters were added to keep the temperature at
comfortable levels for the benefit of dealer and visitor alike. Also featured was the largest dino-
saur in Arizona which measured 80 feet. About 110 dealers were patronized by 14,000 visitors.
The inaugural show was in a 60' x 465' (27,900 s.ft.) vinyl-sided tent situated on gravel. The show debuted with free parking which continues to attract customers by the thousands. During the first part of the show, temperature hit 100-year lows for nearly a week and snow closed down hundreds of US airports. Nonetheless 70 dealers were patronized by 9,000 visitors. Suddenly, the 22nd Street Show became the show to watch.