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Phoenix Symphony Hall

Phoenix Symphony Hall

Part of the Phoenix Convention Center complex and smack dab in downtown Phoenix, the Phoenix Symphony Hall routinely hosts the Phoenix Symphony, Arizona Opera, Ballet Arizona and other premier Valley and touring organizations. Boasting 2,312...
ASU Gammage

ASU Gammage

The brainchild of former ASU President Grady Gammage, designed by world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright and completed on September 18, 1964, ASU Gammage has built a reputation as one of the Valley's premier performance venues. Situated at the...
Scottsdale Stadium

Scottsdale Stadium

The Giants are always among the hottest tickets in town. Thanks to its downtown location, their Spring Training home, Scottsdale Stadium, is crammed with pre- and post-game activity options. Make sure to secure tickets before heading down to the game; scalpers typically get top...
Peoria Sports Complex

Peoria Sports Complex

Opened in 1994, the 12,000-plus-seat Peoria Sports Complex plays host to the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners. The stadium features some of the better grass seating in the Cactus League, including a berm that extends the length of the entire outfield. Address: 16101 N....
Hohokam Stadium

Hohokam Stadium

Hohokam Stadium was vacated by the Chicago Cubs after the 2013 season, then renovated for the Athletics, who moved from Phoenix Municipal Stadium. This is a reunion of sorts for the A’s, who held spring training in the old Rendezvous Park from...
Maryvale Baseball Park

Maryvale Baseball Park

The Brewers remain one of only a handful of Cactus League teams to possess their own stadium. The 7,000-capacity Maryvale Baseball Park is a spectators’ park that offers beautiful sight lines, a huge concourse and a massive lawn. Tickets are...
Tempe Diablo Stadium

Tempe Diablo Stadium

Tempe Diablo Stadium was built in 1968 and underwent an extensive renovation in 2005. Perched on the side of Tempe’s rocky Twin Buttes, the stadium complex shares the picturesque landscape with the adjacent Buttes Resort and is one of the Cactus...
Surprise Stadium

Surprise Stadium

The 10,500-seat Surprise Stadium opened in 2002 and features a spectacular lawn that wraps around nearly the entire outfield. The 124-acre site venue, which the Rangers share with the Kansas City Royals, routinely receives praise for its well-conceived design with lots of shaded seating. Address: 15850 N....
Goodyear Ballpark

Goodyear Ballpark

Opened in 2009, the 10,000-seat Goodyear Ballpark plays host to the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians. It’s one of the more family-friendly parks in the Cactus League, featuring inflatable attractions and a kid-sized wiffle ball field on the first base concourse. Address: 1933 S. Ballpark Way,...
Camelback Ranch

Camelback Ranch

The Sonoran Desert-inspired home to the Dodgers and White Sox, Camelback Ranch was completed in 2009 and boasts a capacity of 13,000—including 3,000 lawn seats, 12 luxury suites and a party deck. It is adjacent to a manmade lake...

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