Marana Main Street Festival kicks off in April - Tucson News Now

Marana Main Street Festival kicks off in April

Advertisement from the 2013 Marana bed race (Source: Jim Piscopo/http://www.azbedrace.org/) Advertisement from the 2013 Marana bed race (Source: Jim Piscopo/http://www.azbedrace.org/)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Maranais hosting its Main Street Festival in April and has opened up registration forone of its most popular events - the Main Street Bed Race.

Teamsinterested in participating must register by April 5, the day of the race,check in is 9 a.m. with the races beginning at 10 a.m. The cost per team is$75. 

Prizeswill be awarded for best time, almost first place, best costume/theme, people'schoice and most money raised. 

Toregister before race day go online to www.azbedrace.org

Formore on the Marana Main Street Festival go online to www.marana.com.

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