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  • 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://www.phoenixconventioncenter.com/orpheum.html 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 >>

  • Pat O

    Pat O's Bunkhouse Saloon

    4428 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-200-9154

    http://www.bunkhousesaloon.com Although Pat O's Bunkhouse is a hotspot for big, burly, bearded gay guys, the sign outside reads, "Open. Everybody is welcome" -- and it's true. A wide assortment of LGBT types visit here for such weekly events as Texas Hold 'Em on Mondays and Tuesdays, karaoke on Wednesdays, and the always outrageous Underwear Night on Thursdays. More >>

  • Phoenix Chorale

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

    http://www.phoenixchorale.org

  • Phoenix Convention Center

    Phoenix Convention Center

    100 N. Third St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-262-6225

    http://www.ci.phoenix.az.us/CIVPLAZA/plazaidx.html Occupying an entire city block and boasting 900,000 square feet of meeting and exhibition space, this recently renovated center features a street-level ballroom, 11 exhibit halls, 56 meeting rooms and 20 climate-controlled loading docks. Its airy food court offers five theme restaurants, outdoor meeting spaces, and a glass-encased sky bridge that links the center’s North and West buildings. A recent $600 million expansion has made the Phoenix Convention Center one of the largest meeting facilities of its kind in the U.S. Located in the heart of downtown Phoenix, the center is now even more convenient, thanks to its access to light rail. More >>

  • Phoenix Symphony

    Phoenix Symphony

    1 N. 1st St. Phoenix, AZ 85004-2357
    602-495-1117

    http://www.phoenixsymphony.org

  • Plazma

    Plazma

    1560 E. Osborn Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-266-0477

    http://www.myspace.com/phxplazma A video bar, drinkery, and nightspot all rolled into one, Plazma is a quaint hangout for the LGBT community, tucked away just off 16th Street, providing a cool haven to shoot pool, chat over drinks, and even suck down colorful Jello shots from plastic syringes. When the jukebox isn't bumping out techno or pop diva hits (which is often) the multiple plasma TVs are showing videos and campy movies. The weekly Plazma Playhouse also features performances by such gender-bending female illusionists and drag queens such as Afeelya Bunz, with numerous drink specials on tap nightly. More >>

  • Professional Musicians of Arizona Local 586

    1202 E. Oak St. Phoenix, AZ 85006
    602-254-8838

    http://www.promusicaz.org/

  • Rhythm Room

    Rhythm Room

    1019 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-265-4842

    http://www.rhythmroom.com Jumping and jiving every night of the week, the Rhythm Room has long served as the Valley's best joint to catch performances from blues, jazz, and roots musicians. Since opening its doors in 1992, owner (and Valley blues guru) Bob Corritore has booked plenty of legends from those down-home genres over the years, including such venerated names as Pinetop Perkins, Sanford Clark, and the late Chico Chism. Rock acts are also a popular draw , including a wealth of local and touring indie acts that have been featured in recent years. Behind the bar (and behind the scenes) you'll find the always-cheerful manager Mona Lisa, who can not only pour you a stiff one, but also leave you in stitches with her tales of customers both famous or otherwise. More >>

  • Roosevelt Row Concert Stage

    7th & Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Rosie McCaffrey

    Rosie McCaffrey's Irish Pub

    906 E. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-241-1916

    http://www.rosiemccaffreys.com The best damn Irish pub in the world! Okay, you got us, we've never even been to Ireland, but at the very least, it's the best Irish pub in Phoenix. And why wouldn't it be? It comes to us from none other than Séamus McCaffrey, the fellow who lent his name to the second-best Irish pub in the Valley, which is downtown next to the Hotel San Carlos. McCaffrey sold the downtown establishment to his bartender Frank Murray, and opened Rosie's on Camelback. The new place appeals to all senses equally. The fish and chips are superb, as is the corned beef and cabbage, and there's Harp and Guinness on tap, too. Irish music most nights of the week. All in a two-floor building of dark wood, stained-glass windows, and portraits of Irish rebels of yore. And if you stay at the bar long enough, and drink enough Irish whiskey, you may feel a gaggle of leprechauns running up your leg! Céad Míle Fáilte, indeed. More >>

  • Soul Invictus Gallery & Cabaret

    Soul Invictus Gallery & Cabaret

    1022 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    N/A

    http://www.soulinvictus.com While the front portion of this Grand Avenue favorite serves as an art gallery, the back area is a spacious music venue and theatre. An large stage provides a performance zone for rock acts, various Valley theater groups, and performance artists. Patrons take in the onstage action while sipping coffee and soda at several small tables scattered around the joint. More >>

  • Stinkweeds

    Stinkweeds

    12 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-248-9461

    http://www.stinkweeds.com The heck with your iPod. Forget about iTunes and your iPhone’s music app. Get yourself over to this super-hip record shop, and take a step back in time. Check out slabs of yesteryear vinyl by Sonny and Cher; not-so-old CDs by the Freelance Whales or Adele; and cool new reissues of old stuff by the Beatles and the Monkees. Friendly staffers will help you find what you like, and can turn you on to new things you didn’t know you loved. Stinkweeds specializes in indie labels, so you’re likely to come away with more than a few local bands and up-and-comers—the perfect gift from any real record store. More >>

  • Studio 4D

    1625 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85034

  • Symphony Hall

    Symphony Hall

    75 N. 2nd. St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-262-7272

    http://www.phoenixsymphony.org The 2,500-capacity venue is home base to the Phoenix Symphony, Arizona Opera, and various special events and bookings. More >>

  • The Tribe House

    The Tribe House

    2238 N. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006
    N/A

    Few things have been as quintessentially punk rock in the Valley as The Tribe House. Over the decade the rooms inside this red brick residence located near the intersection of 24th and Oak streets in East Phoenix has been a meeting ground for anarchist collective, housed a zine library, functioned as a recording studio, and a temporary crash pad for many a street kid. Then there’s its infamous cellar, which has hosted many a basement concert by a feral pack of pawn shop-guitar maestros in the utter dankness. It's as much a hallmark of the punk world as Mohawks and Bad Religion pins, and one of the rare places in the Valley to feature such a subterranean showcase of three-chord thunder. Gigs have never been limited to only punk, however, as musicians from a variety of local and touring indie, weirdo, and rock, rap acts have lugged their gear down a flight of stairs into the cozy cellar. And while shows here have been few and far between in recent years, when gigs do once again take place its guaranteed to be memorable. More >>

  • Trunk Space

    Trunk Space

    1506 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-256-6006

    http://www.thetrunkspace.com Populated by a kooky coterie of performers and artists, the Trunk Space has become a haven for nationally touring indie outfits like Quintron and Miss Pussycat, as well as a number of burgeoning local bands. Creating a hipster block on Grand along with the always-popular Bikini Lounge and candy shop/record store Sweets & Beats, this quaint performance space/boutique/espresso bar is a stomping ground for a variety of musicians, artists, and other creative Phoenicians. Since its opening in 2005, a quirky cross-section of comedians, theater troupes, fringe acts, poets, and freakazoids have also graced the venue's tiny stage. More >>

  • US Airways Center

    US Airways Center

    201 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-379-2000

    http://www.usairwayscenter.com/start/ Valley can-do man Jerry Colangelo built it in 1992, and they've come in droves to watch pro sports (including the NBA's Suns, the WNBA's Mercury, the NHL's Coyotes and the Arena Football League's Rattlers), concerts, monster truck rallies, religious revivals and other touring events at the 18,422-capacity facility. More >>

  • Viva PHX Alley Stage

    130 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

    http://www.vivaphx.com/

  • Viva PHX Monroe Stage

    Monroe Street & 1st Street Phoenix, AZ 85003
    http://www.vivaphx.com/

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