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Halloween in Tucson wouldn't be the same without the live stunt shows at Trail Dust Town, 6541 E. Tanque Verde Road.
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Loop Rawlins, 28, has been performing in Tucson since he was 14.
The Pinnacle Peak Pistoleros are at it again with nightly Christmas themed stunt shows.
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The next performance will be the Cinco de Mayo weekend on May 4 with showtimes at 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. It's free.
Genaro Moreno belts out a mariachi tune during the show. Moreno says he has been singing since he was 6 years old, and began working to incorporate rhythmic horses in his show about one year ago.
Rey David Verdugo puts Lucy through her paces, performing the Spanish walk during Los Charros Del Rincon dancing horse show at Trail Dust Town, 6541 E. Tanque Verde Road.
With Big Band Express backing them, Lynn Roberts, as Bob Hope, shares the stage with Julie-Anne during the 1940s "Hollywood Canteen Party" at Trail Dust Town's Savoy Opera House. The show was Sunday at Trail Dust Town, 6541 E. Tanque Verde Road. For more information about the Old West attrac…
A vintage wartime Jeep adds to the event's nostalgic mood.
The crowd, dressed for the 1940s occasion, gets into the Bob Hope performance.
Dancers take to the floor as the well-known Tucson musical group Big Band Express plays a Glenn Miller tune
Josh Lyle, playing the werewolf, jumps after an explosion during "Sam & Latch's Hairy Halloween" Wild West Stunt Show at Pinnacle Peak/Trail Dust Town.
Keith Lushbaugh and Alex Emerson act and perform stunts.
Josh Lyle puts the finishing touches on his werewolf makeup.
Aamir McClendon and Alex Emerson take part in the show.