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7 fast facts about Phoenix International Raceway

Phoenix International Raceway provides a fast fix for those with a need for speed. A popular attraction for local race car fans and visitors to Arizona, PIR was built in 1964 around the Estrella Mountains...

Five places to hear classical music this arts season

By Kenneth LaFave Classical music continues to change shape and form, and as it does, this handful of Valley venues continue to present it. Phoenix Symphony Hall As the name says, this venerable venue is home to...
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...
Wild West Experiences

3 Wild West experiences

By Allyson Wittekind Arizona’s Wild West history plays a big part in its modern culture and what people do to have fun. Our state’s past—filled with outlaws, gunfights, miners, railroads and ghost towns—has inspired many...
University of Phoenix Stadium

University of Phoenix Stadium

Regular home of the Arizona Cardinals NFL team, the 1.7-million square foot University of Phoenix Stadium also occasionally hosts major sporting events like the Fiesta Bowl, Super Bowl and NCAA Final Four, various expos,...
Sloan Park

Sloan Park

The Cactus League’s newest stadium is the 146-acre Sloan Park, a 15,000-capacity ballpark owned and operated by the World Champion Chicago Cubs. Address: 2330 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Mesa. See it on a map. Parking: $10 (reserved) or $5 (general) per...

The Listening Room musicians say the Phoenix venue is a hidden gem

Christina Fuoco-Karasinski >> The Entertainer! Jared Kolesar takes the stage at The Listening Room Phoenix and is taken aback by the silence. “Why is everyone so quiet,” he says with a laugh, as he wrestles with...
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...
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....
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...

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