Downtown will be the host of the annual All Souls Procession on Sunday,
November 9, 2014.  The Procession will stage in the historic Warehouse
District at Sixth Avenue and Seventh Street beginning Sunday at 4 p.m.
The procession will begin moving through downtown at approximately 6:30
p.m. on Sunday. The Procession begins at Sixth Avenue and Alameda
Street, proceeds west on Alameda Street to Granada Avenue and turns
south to Congress Street.  At Congress Street the procession turns west,
passes under Interstate 10 and ends at grand finale site at Congress
Street and Linda Avenue near the Mercado San Agustin.  It is anticipated
that large crowds will attend the procession this year, so please to
arrive early in order to not miss the festivities. There are over 15,000
available parking spaces in the Downtown Tucson.  For more information
on the All Souls Procession please visit: 
Below is the vehicular travel restrictions associated with this event:

All Souls Procession - Beginning Sunday November 9, 2014, from 3 p.m.
until approximately 7 p.m., Sixth and Seventh Avenues between Sixth
Street and Toole Avenue will be closed.  Additionally, Seventh Street
between Fifth and Seventh Avenues will be closed for staging the

Additionally, beginning at approximately 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 9,
2014, Church Avenue between Pennington Street and Franklin Street;
Granada Avenue between Broadway and Paseo Redondo, and Sixth Avenue
between Pennington Street and Toole Avenue will be closed, as well as 
westbound Congress Street at Grande Avenue.

There will also be a short term closure of both eastbound and westbound
I-10 Frontage roads between St Mary’s Road and 22nd Street, as well as
the Congress Street off ramps while the procession is passing underneath

Motorists driving in the downtown area may experience traffic delays
associated with this event, so please plan accordingly. The traveling
public should use caution when driving, bicycling or walking in this
area. Please watch for event participants, obey all traffic control, and
watch for detour signs and personnel providing traffic control.