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7Annual Tour of Historic Florence - SELF GUIDED TOUR = Florence has more buildings in the National Historic Register than any other town its size in Arizona. This self guided tour features the history and architecture of Florence dating back to it's territorial days.

The tour begins at McFarland State Park, 24 W. Ruggles Street.

FOR A GUIDED TOUR = 29th Annual Tour of Historic Florence
Explore the history of one of Arizona’s oldest towns. The self-guided tour highlights the history and architecture of Florence dating back to Territorial days.

Hours = 9am to 5pm

June 1st. 9am to 2pm.

Ph: 520-868-4496 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visitflorenceaz.com/events.shtml
Fee: Free but donations are appreciated.

8Annual Prison Run - Time: Party begins at 11 am

Location: Charles Whitlow Rodeo Grounds - 4 miles south of Florence

Cost: $20 per person (21 or older only)

Address: Charles Withrow Rodeo Grounds / 11608 N. Hwy 79, Florence, AZ - 4 miles south of Florence. , Florence, Arizona
Ph: 602-570-0993 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visitflorenceaz.com/events.shtml
Fee: $20.00 Registration Fee at site or presale


9 - 12Country Thunder USA - Local & national acts performing 12 hours a day & a wide variety of displays, contests, arts & crafts & food, 11 am - 11 pm.

Previous headliners have included Keith Urban, Kid Rock, and Miranda Lambert and Willie Nelson.

Information & Tickets: www.countrythunder.com

Address: Canyon Moon Ranch, 20585 E. Price Road , Florence, Arizona
Ph: 520-868-9711 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.countrythunder.com

11Arizona Warrior Dash - Warrior Dash is the ultimate event for thrill-seeking athletes. This running series is held on some of the nation's most demanding and unique terrain.
Information & Tickets by phone or online.

Address: Canyon Moon Ranch, 20585 E. Price Road , Florence, Arizona
Ph: 312-980-9983 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.warriordash.com


4Freedom Fest July 4th Celebration -
Family Day events, Horseshoe Tournament, Florence “Fiery Salsa” challenge, Red, White and Blue Family Parade, Pool activities, Entertainment, Vendors and Fireworks Show

Time: All day

Fireworks at approx. 8:30pm

Address: Heritage Park, 600 N. Main Street , Florence, Arizona
Ph: 520-868-7589 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@visitflorenceaz.com
Web: visitflorenceaz.com/
Fee: Free to the public


28 - 29Florence Jr. Parada Rodeo - The Florence Jr. Parada Rodeo is the Nation's Oldest continuous junior rodeo. There will be novelty events as well as "regular" rodeo events. Participants are ages 5-18 and the high-points cowboy/cowgirl will win an all-around saddle. The annual Florence Jr. Parada Rodeo is known as the "Cowboy Cradle of the Great Southwest" - home to many World Renowned Rodeo Cowboys.

Address: 3 miles S of Florence on Hwy 79 , Florence, Arizona
Email: info@florencejrparadarodeo.com
Web: florencejrparadarodeo.com
Fee: $5 per car includes program

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