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  • J.C.'s Fun One

    5542 N. 43rd Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301
    623-939-0528

  • Jazz in the Hills

    17149 E. Amhurst Drive Fountain Hills, AZ 85268-5544
    480-837-4882

  • Jivemind

    5754 W. Glenn Dr Glendale, AZ 85301

    http://www.jivemindmusic.com

  • Jobing.com Arena

    Jobing.com Arena

    9400 W. Maryland Ave. Glendale, AZ 85305
    623-772-3200

    http://www.jobingarena.com It’s gone by a lot of different names in its short, decade-long life, but this magnificent sports and entertainment arena in Glendale has quickly become one of the most popular local places to see big-name arena acts (Van Halen, anyone? How about the Who?) as well as hockey, lacrosse, and basketball games. Its state-of-the-art, $220 million facility includes a completely integrated video, scoring and big-screen advertising system, and seats as many as 19,000 people for concert events. A whopping 88 luxury suites play host to fans of the Phoenix Coyotes, who call Jobing.com Arena their home. So do the Arizona state high school basketball, volleyball, wrestling and cheerleading tournaments, who compete in an annual mega-event called February Frenzy. Jobing.com also boasts sponsorship of Ford’s annual bull-riding event, The Built Ford Tough Series. Take that, Chase Field! More >>

  • Joe

    Joe's Grotto

    13825 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-992-1007

    http://www.joesgrotto.com Joe Grotto (yes, his real name) has provided a North Phoenix haven for local bands for more than a decade now with his bar and live music venue. Be they fire-breathing death metal artists, long-haired screamo types, costumed tribute acts, or just plain old hard rockers, Joe will always offer space on his stage. Two weekly open mic nights also draw all sorts of new blood to the joint consistently. The interior looks the way an old-school rock club should, with one wall covered in mirrors, spots of graffiti here and there, and various fliers clinging to the walls. More >>

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