Celebrate Dillinger’s Famous Capture and All Things
1930’s at Hotel Congress This January
Come to the annual two-day spectacle in honor of the capture of America’s most notorious outlaw by the Tucson Police Department and the Tucson Fire Department. Experience the re-enactment of his downfall by the hands of Tucson law enforcement, famously known for succeeding with Dillinger’s arrest when the FBI couldn’t. Mobs of history buffs, fans of the 1930’s, and pop culture enthusiasts crowd the historic Hotel Congress annually to pay homage to the man that famously earned the title Public Enemy No. 1 and his nationally-renowned apprehension.
The Hotel Congress hosts a two-day spectacle in honor of the capture of America’s most notorious outlaw by the Tucson Police Department and the Tucson Fire Department.
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DILLINGER DAYS – SATURDAY, JANUARY 21
9 AM TO 5 PM
9am - Arts and Crafts & Carnival Games Open
10am – Talk: “A Nine Ring Legal Circus” by Andy Dowdle
10 - 10:50am - Live Music
11am – Dillinger Re-Enactment - Full Show! Check out the Front Row Seats!
11:45am – Dillinger Historic Walking Tour
11:45am – 1pm – Live Entertainment
1:15pm – Dillinger Re-Enactment - Full Show!
2pm - Dillinger Historic Walking Tour
2 - 3:15pm - Live Entertainment
3:30pm – Dillinger Re-Enactment - Full Show! Check out the Front Row Seats!
4:15pm- Talk: “The 1930’s – Tucson’s Last Quiet Decade” by Ken Scoville
4:15–5pm - Live Music
5pm – 25¢ Film Screening of Public of Enemies (2009) at The Screening Room, 127 East Congress St.
FRONT ROW SEATS FOR DILLINGER REENACTMENTS AT 11AM AND 3:30PM
SPECIAL FILM SCREENINGS OF PUBLIC ENEMIES (2009)
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