Events

Upcoming Events

The Arizona Lodging & Tourism Association (AzLTA) produces and participates in many types of events and workshops for the benefit of our members and the industry. From speaking at local industry meetings to citywide forums, AzLTA seeks to educate and inform the lodging and tourism industry on the latest issues and opportunities.

AzLTA continues to monitor the COVID-19 crisis in Arizona. We are engaging with our national partners and government agencies to gather information and guidance regularly. As the association looks ahead to future 2021 events, the health and safety of our members is our top priority. In order to adhere to guidelines set by the State of Arizona and the CDC, AzLTA has made the following adjustments to some our fall/winter 2020-21 events calendar. Please see details below and check back regularly for updates.

2020-21 AzLTA event cancellations and postponements.

  • Postponed: Jan. or February 2021 Stars of Industry
  • Tentative: April 21, 2021 Advocacy Day
  • Tentative: May 26, 2021 Tourism Unity Dinner

Arizona Events Information:

Under Executive Order 2020-43 organized public events of 50 people or more are prohibited unless approved by the local governing body — adequate safety precautions, including physical distancing, must be implemented. 

If you are interested in hosting a public event with 50 people or more, you should connect with your local governing body to understand their protocols.

This information can be found on the Arizona Governor’s Office’s website which houses all executive orders. If you need to point a client/contract holder to a place, it is displayed on this ADHS website, as well. 

 

Private Events Guidance

The Department of Health Services released private event guidance. Follow the link for more information. 

To navigate to this information, please do so by using this page of the Arizona Office of Tourism website.

Special Events Licenses:

Executive Order 2020-43 also halted the issuances of Special Events Licenses from the Department of Liquor Licensing and Control. This prohibition is still in place, but is being reviewed by the Department of Health Services.  

Parlor Games: 

The Department of Health Services is currently evaluating the future of parlor games for the bar and restaurant industry. Once we have additional information, we will update on our website.

For more information or questions, please contact us at info@azlta.com  

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Questions? Email info@azlta.com