Updated March 28, 2017 (Pretend you didn't miss a thing! Go to our News & Perf page archive.)

Spring is here and Odaiko Sonora has added a big public performance Saturday, April 8 at Tucson's beloved 2nd Saturday Downtown event. Join us at 6pm on the Scott Ave. stage for and exciting set including a mini-bon-odori featuring many of our beloved All Souls Procession obon dancers!

Our next All Ages Recreational Taiko session runs April 8–May 13, from 2:30–4:30pm. Classes are held at Rhythm Industry Performance Factory, 1013 S. Tyndall. Sign up below via Paypal, email info@tucsontaiko.org or call (520) 481-8003.

Odaiko Sonora performs at Arizona Matsuri

Odaiko Sonora's 14th year at Arizona Matsuri, live-streamed
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Upcoming Events

Date Location Event Time


1013 S. Tyndall

All Ages Recreational Taiko (AART). Wear comfortable clothes you can move freely in and bring a water bottle. We take care of the rest! Try the first class free. If you like it, sign up for the 6-week session.


Downtown Tucson

2nd Saturday Downtown. Odaiko Sonora opens up monthly festivities on the Scott Ave. stage. Join us for a little song, a little dance and the start to a beautiful evening!



4455 E. Camp Lowell Dr.

May Day event with Japanese Chidren's Day exhibit at the Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures. Join us for hands-on activities and demos. Participate in story time, create a mini dragon craft, explore our hands-on culture cart, enjoy musical performances, make origami and more! Included with museum admission or free for museum members. GENERAL: $9. SENIOR (65 OR OLDER)/MILITARY : $8. YOUTH (AGE 4-17): $6. CHILDREN 3 AND UNDER: FREE
For more information about visiting, including directions, group pricing and pre-visit activities, please visit their website or call 520 881 0606.


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Odaiko Sonora is a 501(c)3 arts education agency supported in part by your tax dollars, granted through Arizona Commission on the Arts (with funding from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts) and the Tucson Pima Arts Council (with funding from the City of Tucson and Pima County). Partial funding also comes from individiuals and corporations through Friends of Odaiko Sonora. Thank you for making us possible!

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