Rex Allen Days, Inc. is selling raffle tickets for a chance to see Jim Belushi in concert on Sunday, March 10, at UA Centennial Hall in Tucson.

Pairs of tickets (valued at $125 per pair) will be raffled off to help raise funds for Rex Allen Days events. The tickets are $5 per ticket or six for $25.

Show tickets are orchestra pit seating – these tickets are great! Purchase your raffle tickets from any RAD Board Member or at The Break Shoppe, as well as online at, click on general store, donate, and receive an entry for every $5 donated (six entries for every $25 donated).

One grand prize winner will also receive two backstage passes.

The deadline is 11:30 a.m., on Thursday, March 7.

The drawing will be held at 12:45 p.m., on Thursday, March 7, at The Break Shoppe, on Haskell Avenue.

Winners will be notified immediately following the drawing.

Call (520) 384-4626 for information.

With more than 30 years of experience, and an alumnus of “Saturday Night Live” and Chicago’s famed Second City, Belushi is now bringing to the stage an improvised comedy sketch show featuring members of the Chicago Board of Improv. 

Belushi starred on the ABC hit comedy "According to Jim,” on which he also served as executive producer, music composer and director. After wrapping 182 episodes for its eighth and final season, the family favorite series also hit a milestone when it launched into off-net syndication in 2007.

A favorite of film, television and stage audiences, Belushi is one of the great leading character actors equally at home in drama and comedy, and a gifted performer who can also hold a room as front man of a rhythm and blues band. Jim is more than well rounded—he's a legend.

Accompanying Belushi are his son Robert Belushi, neighbors Jon Barinholtz, and Brad Morris as well as Megan Grano, all of whom are classically trained professional improvisers who tour regularly nationwide.

Thank you to KHIL 1250 AM for donating tickets for the March 10 Jim Belushi show in Tucson.


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