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Performing Arts & Concert Venues

Arizona’s performing arts and concert venues can quench any visitor’s thirst for dazzling entertainment and fascinating culture. Visitors will find professional theater and dance companies, as well as university and community theater groups that perform stage productions throughout the state.

Choices range from Broadway shows and ballet to opera and the symphony, and from top international entertainers to local jazz ensembles, along with special events that celebrate the state’s unique heritage.

  • Ardrey Auditorium

    Audrey Auditorium is located on the Northern Arizona University campus. The Auditorium is host to the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, concerts, recitals, lectures, banquets, dance performances, conferences, touring shows and other public functions.

  • Tubac Center of the Arts

    Local artists and other community leaders founded the Santa Cruz Valley Art Association (SCVAA) in 1963. In 1972, SCVAA built and dedicated the Tubac Center of the Arts (TCA). Since that time, TCA has provided a venue for encouraging and attracting art

  • Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

    Scottsdale Center for the Arts blends entertainment, experiences and education in a year-round performing arts season that creates opportunities for audiences to have thought-provoking experiences and interactions, promotes creative expression from cla

  • Chandler Center for the Performing Arts

    With a total seating capacity of 1,550, the Main Stage is capable of presenting large-scale theatrical and concert attractions. The Little Theater, seating 365, is well suited for plays and musical revues. Intimate performances are held in the 255-seat

  • Mesa Arts Center

    Mesa Arts Center features four state-of-the-art theaters and outdoor entertainment areas. The center hosts world-class national and international professional touring artists, local performing arts companies and Stageworks, Mesa Arts Center's own famil

  • Stagebrush Theatre

    Stagebrush Theatre is home to Scottsdale Community Players and Greasepaint Scottsdale Youtheatre. As the oldest non-profit theatre in Scottsdale, we pride ourselves on performing a variety of high quality shows each season including musicals, dramas, c

  • Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium

    Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Gammage Auditorium was built between 1962 to 1964 following Wright’s death in 1959. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

  • Orpheum Theatre

    Phoenix architects Lescher and Mahoney designed the theatre that opened January 5, 1929. A lavish exterior created a fantasy environment to transport audiences to the courtyard of a 16th century Spanish villa.

  • Arizona Broadway Theatre

    400 seat dinner-theatre auditorium in the Northwest Valley. Full service dining and classic broadway musicals are on the menu at the only professional theatre in the northwest valley. Stage, lighting, sound. Catered affairs possible. Lobby p

  • Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre

    Professional 500 seat dinner theater presents seven full-scale musicals and three children's theatre productions each year, combined with a gourmet buffet meal. Lobby bar, art gallery and gift shop contribute to the ambiance.

  • Celebrity Theatre

    Seats up to 2,650 for concerts, meetings, parties. Featuring state-of-the-art sound and lighting plus a revolving center stage, no seat is farther than 75 feet from stage.

  • Centennial Hall

    Situated on the University of Arizona campus, this is the venue for the popular 'UA Presents' series, which offers several events every year including classical music, performance artists, dance, jazz, and blues.

  • Dodge Theatre

    State-of-the-art entertainment venue designed for concerts, Broadway and family stage shows, boxing and conventions. Seating from 1,900 to 5,000.

  • Fox Tucson Theatre

    A movie theatre and performance venue located in downtown Tucson, the Fox Tucson Theatre, built in 1930 and recently restored and reopened, is a stunning Southwestern art deco movie palace.

  • Glendale Arena

    Home of the Phoenix Coyotes and Arizona Sting, this sports venue also features touring pop artists and shows.

  • Great Arizona Puppet Theater

    Established in 1983 and newly renovated, the Great Arizona Puppet Theater features shows for both children and adults. Gift shop and party area.

  • Herberger Theater Center

    The home stage of Arizona Theatre Company, Actors Theatre and Center Dance Ensemble, the Herberger Theater Center is a three-theater complex featuring year-round music, drama and dance performances.

  • Kerr Cultural Center

    A classic example of old Arizona architecture, this intimate hall features chamber music, solo artists, readings and dramatic works. Available for meetings, receptions and weddings.

  • Marquee Theater

    Located on the north shore of Tempe’s Town Lake, this concert venue features touring performers and groups. The Marquee Theatre is also available for a wide variety of rental opportunities.

  • Old Bisbee Repertory Theater

    Don't miss our original, historical, musical comedy about the beginnings of Bisbee, “Bisbee Ore Bust”. At the Old Bisbee Rep, you can enjoy musical comedies, plays, special concerts, and exquisite English high tea served from 3-5pm. Dinner

  • Phoenix Theatre

    Phoenix Theatre is the oldest theater company in Arizona. Its MainStage theater for adults features dramas, musicals and revues. Cookie Company theater for youth performs in the Little Theatre.

  • Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre

    The best li'l theatre in downtown Scottsdale! This award-winning theatre offers children's, mainstage and small-cast professional productions - all in an ideal setting. In its 11th season, this year-round theatre is well-known for its high-quality ente

  • Symphony Hall

    The Phoenix Symphony offers classics, pops, chamber, and family concerts beginning September through early June. Tickets are available by calling The Phoenix Symphony Box Office.

  • US Airways Center

    Home to the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury, and Arizona Rattlers, this arena also features concerts and performances by touring groups.

  • Valley Youth Theatre

    Valley Youth Theatre has state-of-the-art technical capabilities in its 202-seat proscenium-style theater. VYT is available for rentals and is accommodating to the disabled.

  • Wells Fargo Arena

    A 14,000-seat, multi-purpose facility hosting intercollegiate athletic competitions, live concerts and entertainment, as well as other university-sponsored events.

  • Tempe Center for the Arts

    The Tempe Center for the Arts (TCA), located at 700 W. Rio Salado Parkway, is one of the finest venues in Arizona – a jewel in the crown of a city known for its support of the arts.

    The strikingly magnificent TCA, Design

  • Fountain Hills Community Theater

    Two stages - Mainstage and Youth - producing 11 shows a season. 23 years of musicals, comedies and dramas! Senior, youth and group rates.

  • Ghostlight Theatre

  • Teatro Bravo!

    Teatro Bravo produces plays in English or Spanish that promote a complex portrait of U.S. Latino and/or Latin American populations of Arizona, and also seeks to develop the talents of Latino actors, directors, playwrights, designers, stage managers and

  • Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts

    A 600-seat state of the art performing arts center providing arts to Western Maricopa County. With artist ranging from Rita Coolidge, Rex Allen Jr., Natalie McMaster, even Michael Learned; the Webb Center presents live art in an intimate setting.

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