Casino Del Sol Announces 2017 Entertainment Lineup

Monday, March 27
Snoop Dogg, Darius Rucker, Toby Keith to take the AVA stage this year

March 27, 2017 – Southern Arizona’s premier entertainment destination, Casino Del Sol has announced the first round of upcoming acts for its award-winning concert venue, Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater (AVA), and Tucson is in for a treat.

“We pride ourselves on bringing world-class entertainment to Tucson,” said Kimberly Van Amburg, CEO of Casino Del Sol. “We are thrilled with the impressive live music, comedy and sporting events that will grace the stage at AVA this year, and we can’t wait for our guests to experience the fun and excitement that these acts will bring.”
AVA season is almost here, and the lineup below is just the beginning. Many additional acts will be announced in the coming weeks, so concert fans should stay tuned.

April 19: Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill, Lil Uzi Vert and special guest Berner

April 20: Combate Americas: "Combate12" in association with World Fighting Federation

April 22: Tejano Shootout featuring Michael Salgado and Fito Olivares

April 27-29: Tucson International Mariachi Conference

May 13: Darius Rucker

May 27: Cheech and Chong with special guest Shelby Chong

May 28: Keith Sweat, Ginuwine and Dru Hill

June 22: Alice Cooper

June 24: George Lopez (Casino Del Sol Event Center)

July 23: SiriusXM Presents I Love the 90’s – The Party Continues Tour

Sept. 2: Alejandra Guzmán vs. Gloria Trevi

Oct. 29: Toby Keith Presented by Ford F-Series

To purchase tickets, visit or call 1-855-SOL-STAY (765-7829).

In addition to providing the most diverse and complete entertainment lineup in Southern Arizona, AVA Amphitheater is focused on continuing to be the safest as well. As of June 1, AVA is instituting a new clear bag policy, which limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into the venue. Bags that are clear plastic or vinyl and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12”; one-gallon clear plastic freezer bags; and small clutch bags, approximately the size of a hand, after being searched will be allowed. These changes are intended to increase the safety of guests and the speed at which guests are admitted into the venue. For more information on this new policy, visit