Ashley Furniture Store Pavilion (602) 254-7200
2121 N. 83rd Ave.
Cricket Concert Info Line: (602) 254-7200
This 20,000-seat outdoor facility hosts live music performances by artists from around the world. The pavilions season typically runs from mid-spring through mid-fall and attracts more than 400,000 concert-goers annually.
ASU Gammage Auditorium (480) 965-5062
ASU main campus
Apache Blvd. and Mill Ave.
Box office: (480) 965-3434
A creation by Frank Lloyd Wright and internationally known for its design, this 3,017-seat auditorium hosts the America West Airlines Valley Broadway series plus dance and theater, symphonies, concerts, comedy, and lectures. Gammages intimate “On-Stage” series puts the audience on stage with the artists for a unique performance experience.
Celebrity Theatre (602) 267-1600
440 N. 32nd St.
This intimate, 2,650-seat theater-in-the-round hosts concerts, plays, and conferences.
Chandler Center for the Arts (480) 782-2680
250 N. Arizona Ave.
The Chandler Center for the Arts features a turntable-divisible auditorium, allowing it to be divided into three theaters. Its Main Stage is used for large-scale events, the Hal Bogle Theatre seats 350 people, and intimate performances are held in the 250-seat Recital Hall. The centers Exhibition Hall showcases the visual arts.
Childsplay (480) 350-8101, (800) 583-7831
132 E. 6th St.
Childsplay, a professional theater company of adult actors, performs works for families and young audiences in schools and in theatrical venues throughout the area and state.
Comerica Theatre (602) 379-2800
(Formerly Dodge Theatre)
400 W Washington St
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Comerica Theatre is a state of the art entertainment venue designed specifically for concerts, Broadway shows, family stage shows, and boxing. Comerica Theatre seats up to 5,000 people.
Ethington Theater (602) 589-2871
3200 W. Camelback Rd.
The theater is located on the campus of Grand Canyon University. The university’s Department of Theater and Drama, in cooperation with the Department of Music, presents the Ethington Theater Series, which stages five major productions each year.
Gilbert Fine Arts Assocation (480) 545-8789
The association presents an annual musical production each fall and sponsors youth ambassador instructional and performance programs; the Theatrical Academy for Youth drama programs; an annual Youth Scholarship Program and related Gilley Awards Program; plus classes, workshops, and performances.
Herberger Theater Center (602) 252-8497
222 E. Monroe St.
The center houses two theaters: Center Stages 827-seat theater is designed so that every seat is less than 66 feet from the stage; Stage West can be configured for theater-in-the-round, cabaret, or traditional theater. Herberger is home to Actors Theatre of Phoenix, Arizona Theatre Company, Ballet Arizona, and other performing arts groups.
Mesa Arts Center (480) 644-2242, Box office: (480) 644-2560
155 N. Center St.
The center books free concerts, festivals, special events, classes, and an art film series. It is home to Mesa Youtheatre.
Orpheum Theater (602) 534-5600
203 W. Adams St.
This beautifully renovated 1,400-seat venue showcases both local and touring companies presenting theater, dance, and music.
Mesa Youtheatre (480) 644-2681
Mesa Arts Center
155 N. Center St.
This intergenerational theater group presents three dramatic productions each year and sponsors local outreach programs and arts instruction.
Phoenix Theatre (602) 254-2151
100 E. McDowell Rd.
The Phoenix Theatre offers professionally produced musicals, dramas, and comedies. Phoenix Theatres Cookie Company specializes in original childrens productions.
Mesa Symphony (480) 897-2121
The symphony performs classical concerts at the Chandler Center for the Arts and Word of Grace in Mesa, and pops concerts at the Mesa Amphitheatre. Its season runs from October through May.
Nelson Fine Arts Center (480) 965-6447
ASU main campus, Tempe
The center serves as the major performing and visual arts venue of the ASU School of Music, ASU Dance, and ASU Theatre on the Arizona State University campus. The ASU Art Museum also is located here.
Phoenix Symphony and Phoenix Symphony Chamber Orchestra
455 N. 3rd St., Ste. 390
Administration: (602) 495-1117, Box office: (602) 495-1999
The Phoenix Symphony is comprised of 75 full-time musicians performing classical, chamber, family, and pops concerts featuring world-renowned guest artists and conductors. The Phoenix Symphony Chamber Orchestra performs in the Scottsdale Center for the Arts, September through May.
Phoenix Symphony Hall Tickets: (602) 262-7272
225 E. Adams St.
Home of the Phoenix Symphony and Arizona Opera, the hall hosts entertainment ranging from opera and ballet to Broadway shows and concerts.
Scottsdale Center for the Arts (480) 994-ARTS 
7380 E. 2nd St.
Located in the Scottsdale Civic Center, the center presents a season of music, dance, and theater; concerts under the stars in the amphitheater; free Sunday AFairs October through April; and the annual Scottsdale Arts Festival in March.
Scottsdale Symphony Orchestra (480) 945-8071
3817 N. Brown Ave
The symphony offers concerts at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts and the Desert Mountain Auditorium.
Sun Cities Chamber Music Society Tickets/info: (623) 972-0478
Concerts: Bellevue Heights Church
9440 W. Hutton Dr., Sun City
Office: 10451 W. Palmeras Dr., Sun City
The society sponsors an annual series of concerts by professional soloists and chamber ensembles of national and international renown.
Sun Cities Symphony of the West Valley (623) 972-4484
10451 Palmeras Dr., Ste. 210
World-renowned guest artists appear in the six classical and two pops concerts presented in the Sundome Center for the Performing Arts, October-April, and three classical programs at ASU West.
Sundome Center for the Performing Arts (623) 975-1900
19403 R.H. Johnson Blvd.
Sun City West
The Sundome is a 7,000-seat theater and the main entertainment facility for the Sun Cities and West Valley. A venue of Arizona State University public events, the Sundome hosts a variety of performances. A wheelchair section accommodates 127 people.
West Valley Fine Arts Council (623) 935-6384
387 Wigwam Blvd., Litchfield Park
The council hosts exhibits, dance, music, and theater. Events include the Native American Arts Festival in winter, the Cool Desert Jazz Festival in the fall, and the Phoenix Symphony Pops Concert in the spring.
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