Frank Sinatra Jr.

Friday | February 12
Doors 7PM | Show 8PM

Southern Arizona can hear the sounds of Frank Sinatra once again as part of Sinatra Sings Sinatra, As I Remember It, the Centennial Celebration. Frank Sinatra, Jr. is performing his father’s songs at the Diamond Center. Sinatra Sings Sinatra provides audiences an inside look at Ol’ Blue Eyes. Incorporating rare family photos, excerpts from Sinatra’s films, and his iconic songs, Frank Sinatra, Jr. provides insight into the life of his father. The show revolves around the music of Sinatra, recreating “Come Fly With Me,” “New York, New York,” “Strangers in the Night,” and “My Way,” among others, all backed by an orchestra and big band that is made up of many members that played with Sinatra, Sr.

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Tracy Lawrence

Saturday | February 27
Doors 7PM | Show 8PM

Country star Tracy Lawrence is putting on a special Tucson Rodeo performance at the Diamond Center. With more than 13 million albums sold in his career, Tracy Lawrence is one of the most recognizable voices in Country music. He’s had 22 songs on the Billboard top ten charts, including 18 number-one singles, such as “ Time Marches On,” “Alibis,” and “ Find Out Who Your Friends Are.” Tracy Lawrence has been named CMT’s Most Played Video Artist of the Year and in 2014 was Music Row Breakout Awards Independent Artist of the Year.

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Cage Rage at The Diamond

Saturday | March 5
Doors 5PM | First Fight 6PM

Get  ready as Ringside Promotions, LLC & RUF MMA brings their first Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) cage fighting event to the Diamond Center.  Headlining this event is reigning 185 MMA Belt Champion Eddie Arizmendi, a Tohono O’odham tribal member, who once fought alongside fellow current UFC stars Ryan Bader, CB Dollaway and Cain Velasquez.  Arizmendi will face hard-nosed Muay Thai Kickboxer veteran Nicholas Salantri, out of Prescott, AZ.  In the co-main event, popular Raymond Pina from South Tucson will be fighting MMA veteran Jeff Horlacher from Globe, AZ.  The other pro fight pits local Tucsonan & Bellator veteran Ed “Wild” West against Armando Villalobos out of Glendale, AZ who will be fighting for the vacant 135 lb. pro title belt.  In the undercard amateurs, local Tucsonan Adam Ortiz will be fighting Phoenix Maryvale’s undefeated Fight Team member Jr Cortez in a 135 amateur title defense.

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Marisela “La Dama de Hierro”

Saturday | March 19
Doors 7PM | Show 8PM

Looking to have a third sell-out performance, Mexican-American music icon Marisela is returning to the Diamond Center.

Born in Los Angeles, California, Marisela recorded her first album at the age of 15 in 1984 and continues to release albums into the twenty first century. Marisela’s early career got a boost from the famous Mexican TV show “Siempre en Domingo” by Raúl Velasco and then later expanded into the United States thanks to many other Spanish broadcasting shows famous in the 80’s and 90’s such as “Cristina,” “Don Francisco,” and “Sábado Gigante.”

Marisela’s first record release was titled Sin El, a production of Enrique Elizondo and songs from the now well-known Marco Antonio Solís. “La Pareja Ideal,” a duet between Marisela and Marco Antonio Solis, is one of her most memorable songs, coming out while the two were actually dating. Marisela’s greatest hits include “Completamente Tuya,” “Enamorada y Herida,” “Sola con mi Soledad,” “Ya No,” “El Chico Aquel,” “Mi Problema” and many more.

Marisela is one of those artists that will always remain a favorite in the hearts of her audience, including a new generation brought up on her songs. Now known as “La Eterna Dama De Hierro,” Marisela has recorded 14 albums.

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