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  • Arizona Event Center

    Arizona Event Center

    1300 S. Country Club Dr Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-779-7716 Arizona Event Center has been known to host everything from music festivals to rowdy raves. The 30,000-square-foot former nightclub and big-box store has three stages, a full bar for 21-and-over types, and even a mechanical bull (a holdover from a brief stint as a country bar). Its tiny smoking area often gets a little too crowded but allows rave kids the pretense to get closer to partygoers of the opposite sex and offer to clean off some of the excess paint, fake blood, or foam. More >>

  • Big Fish Theater at Arizona Event Center

    1300 S. Country Club Dr. Mesa, AZ 85210

  • Brunello Restaurant

    1954 S. Dobson Road Mesa, AZ 85202

  • Club Red

    1308 W. University Dr. Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Deja Brew Coffee House

    1350 S. Longmore Mesa, AZ 85202

  • Denim & Diamonds

    7336 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85207

  • Lo-Fi Coffee

    Lo-Fi Coffee

    105 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85210

  • Love of Christ Lutheran Church

    1525 N. Power Road Mesa, AZ 85205

  • Mesa Amphitheatre

    Mesa Amphitheatre

    263 N. Center St. Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-644-2560 You know you grew up in Phoenix if you attended a memorable rock concert at this deluxe, open-air venue. Even with general admission lawn seating, there was never—nor is there now—a bad seat in the place, because not one of the 4, 200 seats are further than 175 feet from the stage. And what a stage. Acoustically perfect, it’s played host to everyone from locals like the Mesa Symphony Orchestra and the Southwest Shakespeare Company to international acts like Roxy Music (which performed its farewell performance here in 1983) and Ben Folds Five. If live performance on a sloping green, grassy lawn under a starry sky is your idea of a good time, Mesa Amphitheatre is the place for you. As the saying goes, “4,200 people can’t be wrong!” More >>

  • Mesa Grande Cultural Center

    1000 N. Date St. Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Nile Theater

    Nile Theater

    105 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-559-5859 After spending several years as a fundamentalist church and bookstore, the historic Nile Theater has made a triumphant return as one of the Valley's premier concert halls. With both its rough-and-tumble (which contributed to the Nile's being shut down in 2002) and God-fearing days firmly in the past, this all-ages establishment in downtown Mesa has quickly re-established itself as a go-to spot to catch up-and-coming national acts and established local bands. Since reopening in 2010, the joint has already played host to such acts as BrokeNCYDE, Against Me! and The Aquabats, as well as local power pop favorites The Maine and The Summer Set. The interior of the Nile, which opened in 1924, is rustic without feeling antiquated, while the sound and acoustics are excellent, and the floor is even carpeted (which is an unusually classy touch for a concert venue). With its back-alley entrance, patrons may feel as if they're visiting a speakeasy, but, alas, once inside, the hardest drink available is a Mountain Dew. More >>

  • Organ Stop Pizza

    Organ Stop Pizza

    1149 E. Southern Ave. Mesa, AZ 85204
    480-813-5700 The star of this mammoth, family-friendly, 700-seat operation is the mighty Wurlitzer organ, lovingly restored to 1927 power. Eat pizza, pasta and sandwiches while the house organists go through their repertoire. The experience is as corny as Kansas in August, and just as wholesome. More >>

  • Rockin

    Rockin' R Ranch

    6136 E. Baseline Road Mesa, AZ 85206

  • Septembers

    500 W. Southern Ave. Mesa, AZ 85210

  • Underground


    105 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-559-5859 Punk and hardcore shows have returned to downtown Mesa, as local indie concert promoter Mantooth Group has resurrected the old Nile Basement and transformed it into The Underground. There's an old school spirit to the place, as dozens of posters and fliers from Phoenix shows from the last two decades have been pasted up around the subterranean venue. Huge graf art-style murals painted by Valley tattoo artists also adorn the walls and behind the stage. Just like it did back during its glory days -- when bands such as Rise Against, AFI, and Tsunami Bomb performed here -- the spot hosts a killer mix of both nationally known and locally grown bands. More >>

  • Women

    Women's Club of Mesa

    200 N. McDonald Mesa, AZ 85201