A festival weekend in Tucson will help raise funds for local causes and will feature a variety of entertainment.
This weekend, Phi Beta Sigma's LKS Chapter fraternity will host the Pueblo Festivo Benefit Weekend to benefit the Blu Phi Ride assistance program, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), the Tucson Police Department (TPD) and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity scholarships, according to an announcement.
The event will include a comedy show and a benefit concert featuring rhythm and blues and jazz music as well as a three-on-three basketball tournament. A step-dance show and competition will also be held during the festival with a chance to win a Jeep and a cash prize. Entertainers from throughout the country will showcase their talents to help raise funds during the event.
The Pueblo Festivo Weekend takes place Saturday and Sunday at three different venues: the Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind, Catalina Magnet High School and the Dunbar Center.
The comedy show and party will take place from 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Friday at the Dunbar Center on West Second Street in Tucson and will feature Monte Benjamin, Kourtni Young, Aziza Jokes and Teddy Beard.