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  • Alwun House Gallery & Gardens

    Alwun House Gallery & Gardens

    1204 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85006
    602-253-7887

    http://www.alwunhouse.org Having debuted back in 1971, the Alwun House arguably sired the entire downtown arts district. Housed in a historic two-story built in 1912 home, owners Kim Moody and Dana Johnson the joint as both a gallery and studio for themselves and local artists. There's also an ample stage area in the back that has hosted fetish balls, poetry slams, fire-dancing, experimental music, and performance art. More >>

  • Apollo

    Apollo's

    5749 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-277-9373

    http://www.apollos.com A longtime favorite of the Phoenix gay scene, Apollo's is the kind of bar where you can have a few beers and hang with a diverse selection of drinkers. From jockish preps and fabulous drag queens to big cuddly bears and roughneck biker types, they all gather here for the camaraderie and cute bartenders. If your peepers get tired from all the people watching, there's karaoke from Thursday through Saturday, and the infamous "Greek God Revue" strip show on Sundays. More >>

  • Arizona Opera Center

    1636 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004

    http://www.azopera.org

  • Arizona Opera Co

    4600 N. 12th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014-4005
    602-266-7464

    http://www.azopera.com

  • Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum

    Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum

    1826 W. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-258-6711

    http://www.azstatefair.com

  • Aside Theatre

    901 N. 5th St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Bethany Bible Church

    6060 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-246-9788

    http://www.bethanybiblechurch.org

  • Char

    Char's Has the Blues

    4631 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012
    602-230-0205

    http://www.charshastheblues.com A freestanding roadhouse located just south of Camelback Road, Char's features various Valley blues, funk, R&B, and soul artists performing seven nights a week for music aficionados who also get some stick time playing pool or sipping bourbon with friends. If you're looking for a spot to get down and funky to Motown classics, this is the spot. More >>

  • Comerica Theatre

    Comerica Theatre

    400 W. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-514-2919

    http://www.comericatheatre.com The former Dodge Theatre is among downtown Phoenix’s most popular indoor concert halls. With seating for up to 5,500 people, the expansive Comerica has hosted musical artists as diverse as Doc Severinson and Nickelback, and has been home to touring companies of everything from Little Shop of Horrors to Les Miserables. Former Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamondbacks owner Jerry Colangelo originally opened the place in 2002, with an eye for hosting performers who don't need a huge sports stadium but require a space larger than small, intimate nightclubs offer. The space has therefore proven popular with big-name stand-up comics like George Lopez (whose record-breaking HBO Special, America's Mexican, was aired live at the theater) and Jay Leno. Comerica really hit the big time when it was used as the stage for the comedy film Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie, and has since regularly hosted indoor boxing events and was also the home of the 2010 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. More >>

  • Copperstate Dinner Theater

    7701 W. Paradise Lane Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-776-8400

    http://www.copperstatedinnertheater.com

  • Crescent Ballroom

    Crescent Ballroom

    308 N. 2nd Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-716-2222

    http://www.crescentphx.com Charlie Levy's stylish venue and nightspot has earned a rarefied aura among both music fans and hipsters alike thanks to its many amenities geared towards concertgoers, as well as a posh atmosphere and a distinctive lineup of nightly shows. The Crescent's main room boasts bleacher-like stadium seating along the back wall, which allows patrons a clear view of whatever nationally known art rock tastemakers, indie-folk troubadours, or Pitchfork favorites happen to be gracing the stage without ever having to jockey for position amidst a typically packed house. Not that there's ever a bad seat to be had, as choice acoustics and a primo sound system ensure that every single note is crystal clear. Meanwhile, the Crescent's urbane bar and lounge out front offers a candlelit milieu where scenesters, bon vivants, and urbanites quaff luxe libations, trade the latest gossip over burritos and tacos, or partake in free performances by local DJs and musicians. More >>

  • The Dressing Room

    The Dressing Room

    220 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    480-998-6926

    Colorfully quirky and filled with bohemian charm, this shoebox-shaped structure located adjacent to MonOrchid fits in with the eccentric array of galleries, boutiques, art spaces, and music venues dotting Roosevelt Row in downtown Phoenix. Most of the week, it serves as a rehearsal and recording space for the members of rock band Wooden Indian. On First Fridays and occasional weekends, however, the Dressing Room hosts gigs by local rock and indie acts, where standing-room-only crowds are lit by the glow of Christmas lights hanging from the exposed rafters. More >>

  • Duck And Decanter

    Duck And Decanter

    One N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-266-6637

    http://www.duckanddecanter.com If you've lived in Phoenix for more then a week, you've almost certainly eaten here. If not, run right over and order yourself one of their delicious deli sandwiches from the maniacally friendly counter staff. Most desert rats love themselves a D.A.M. Sandwich, made with pork roast and marinated in a snappy jalapeno dressing. Others refuse to stray from the Braunschweiger on rye; still others go for the most classic Classic Deli outside outside of New York's outer Burroughs. Duck and Decanter also sells some of the best cheeses and some of the tastiest iced coffee in town. More >>

  • DWNTWN

    DWNTWN

    702 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-258-8343

    Part of the same downtown Phoenix club complex that houses Palazzo and Amsterdam, DWNTWN is a red-hot dance destination with two bars and two dance floors, an upscale dress code, and a mostly Hispanic clientele that fills the place to capacity on weekends. DJs spin a number of Latin dance genres, including salsa, reggaeton, and cumbia, well into the wee hours of the morning. More >>

  • Funny World

    Funny World

    1217 E. Madison St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-283-5040

    http://www.facebook.com/funnyworldphoenix If you haven't attended a show at this tiny gallery and music venue housed in a ramshackle CenPho residence, better get a move on. That's because in all likelihood, Funny World probably won’t exist by the time that summer rolls around. It's owner, the curiously named Space Alien Donald, claims that the property is slated to be scooped up and razed by the City of Phoenix in the spring to make way for a parking lot. In the meantime, however, local musicians, bands, and spoken word artists have been filling Funny World's short lifespan with plenty of gigs. Art rockers, funky folk guitarists, and various purveyors of weird sounds typically perform in the living room in front of a Babar bed sheet covering the windows while the audience sits of thrift store sofas or cops a squat on the floor. In between sets, they gather in the kitchen to drink coffee or watch the owner bust out with some raps and rhymes while dressed in costume. Sounds like just another funny night at Funny World. More >>

  • Historic First Presbyterian Church

    402 W. Monroe St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-254-6356

    http://www.historicfirst.org

  • Icehouse

    Icehouse

    429 W. Jackson St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-257-8929

    http://www.theicehouseaz.com This multiroom mega-venue in downtown Phoenix has hosted numerous raves and underground dance parties over the past decade. Talented turntablists will spin hardcore and house within its cavernous concrete walls while club kids and glowstick types get their PLUR on and sweat up a storm. More >>

  • Last Exit Live

    Last Exit Live

    717 S. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-271-7000

    http://www.lastexitlive.com When Brannon Kleinlein announced he was reopening his bygone venue Last Exit, we had a few doubts. Not only is the cozy music venue located along a confusing one-way stretch of Central Avenue, it's also in the heart of a dodgy 'hood south of downtown Phoenix. After Kleinlein fixed the joint up, improved parking and security, and began getting the word out via social media, scenesters and music gourmandizers alike have found their way to shows, especially those involving popular and tastemaking touring and local bands. Crowds have even shown up for concerts in the middle of the workweek, which Kleinlein cites as a good sign things are going well. More >>

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  • Lost Leaf

    Lost Leaf

    914 N. 5th St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-258-0014

    http://www.thelostleaf.org The folks behind The Lost Leaf are pretty sincere about their beer. The bohemian-style drinkery/gallery, housed in a vintage 1930s-era domicile, offers a selection of more than 100 different kinds of ales, lagers, stouts, and other intoxicating brews available by the bottle. If that isn't enough to wet your whistle, the Lost Leaf also serves a host of wines, meads, and even sake, to boot. If you can tear yourself away from the bar, check out the pulchritudinous paintings and other outstanding works of art hanging on the walls, or enjoy nightly performances by a variety of musicians and bands. More >>

  • Lounge at Crescent Ballroom

    Lounge at Crescent Ballroom

    308 N. 2nd Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-716-2222

    http://www.crescentphx.com

  • The Monarch Theatre

    The Monarch Theatre

    122 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-456-1991

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Monarch-Theatre/151721091624098 Patrons of The Monarch Theatre seem to frequently contract dance fever whenever beats begin blasting out of its in-house wall of sound. Each victim at this downtown Phoenix dance emporium has their own individual symptoms: some folks start to shimmy, others begin to bounce, while the rest wind up merely pumping fists or bobbing heads as fast as the BPM will allow. The diversity of boogaloos being busted withing the confines of its 7,000-square-foot dance floor tends to encompass a wide variety of electronic dance music during any particular week. If it’s a UK Thursday event, you can expect a skull-shaking auditory assault of dubstep, glitch, or drum ‘n’ bass. When the Solstice crew puts up a special event, expect hours of progressive or deep house. Touring DJs that visit also bring laptops and hard drive full of everything from electro-house and trance to psychedelic, nu-disco, and other atmospheric jams. If anyone’s beat their feet into submission, however, various booths and posh seating opposite of the bar is waiting. More >>

  • The Nash

    The Nash

    110 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-795-0464

    http://www.thenash.org The Nash has become to the jazz scene — a stylish epicenter with crisp acoustics and can't-miss performances. Purists and neophytes alike have flocked to the lounge-like venue (named for renowned Phoenix native and jazz drummer Lewis Nash) for intimate shows or rowdy jam sessions featuring many and varied flavors of jazz, from bop and swing to experimental and avant-garde. More >>

  • Orpheum Theatre

    Orpheum Theatre

    203 W. Adams St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-534-5600

    http://orpheum-theater.com/orpheum_theater_phoenix.php Originally opened in 1929 as a vaudeville house and saved for posterity by a preservation movement that began with the Orpheum's purchase by the City of Phoenix in 1984, this gracious facility reopened in early 1997 to great -- and warranted -- fanfare. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the building has a checkered past that includes stints as a member of the Paramount moviehouse chain, a Spanish-language cinema and a rock venue. The remodeled interior is lush and classic, a showy, almost campy, assuredly unlikely mix of Colonial Revival and Spanish baroque that somehow works. The ethereal-cloudscape-on-the-ceiling projection is pretty darned keen, too. The 1,400-capacity hall is home to a plethora of arts-slanted special events and touring shows. More >>

  • Phoenix Chorale

    100 W. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-253-2224

    http://www.phoenixchorale.org

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