2500 East Lucky Lane
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: (928) 226-7111
Fax: (928) 226-1660
The quintessential local bar for drinks and music, The Green Room always has superb libations and a mixture of sounds. The beer tap selection features some local suds that keeps the regulars coming back. They have special events lined up throughout the week, like DJ nights, ladies nights, live shows, and much more. On the whole, it's a great place to head to for your weekly dose of fun.
Studio 111 is a one stop venue for a musical evening. The lively place is host to a number of concerts and musical performances. Bands and artists like Songkick and The Dead Trees have rocked the venue in the past. The place is packed with youngsters and rock-music enthusiasts. The power packed house is booked in advance for various shows.
Heritage Square is an outdoor plaza with an amphitheater that holds concerts, plays and other events throughout the year in historic downtown Flagstaff. The Heritage Square Trust maintains this 11,000-sq. ft. plaza and as a benevolent organization it provides free events to the public in what the trust calls the "community's living room." The 1200-seat amphitheater is the centerpiece of the plaza and during the year visitors can always see something new. From the summer concert series with plays and music as diverse as jazz and Celtic rock, its a great place to catch an eclectic performance.
This theater company of Flagstaff has been delighting audiences for more than 30 years. The curtain opened for the first time after a junta of creative minds met at the historic Weatherford Hotel in 1972. Today, the stage is set in a dramatic 1923 red brick and sandstone building at the heart of Flagstaff's romantic Railroad District. Theatrikos offers six shows per season and plays to its capacity of 99 guests in the house. Curtain times and prices vary by production.
Guests always enjoy the acoustically perfect sounds that emanate at The Orpheum. Whether it's the sound of guitars blaring on stage from a local music act or a screening of The Big Lebowski, a visit here is a treat for the ears. The Orpheum began as an old movie house and it still retains much of its yesteryear charm. It's a small venue, with a seating capacity of 700, every show is an intimate one. Besides movies and music, the space can also hold mini-conventions, poetry readings, theatrical shows, company parties and more events at this popular local landmark.
The Hive is a mainstay on Beaver Street. It is where locals come for the loud music and strong drinks. The venue functions as a gallery as well. Every night there is a different band on stage and if you want to buy some art while you enjoy the sound, all proceeds support local talent. The music varies from punk and pop to rockabilly and thrash metal as well as everything in-between.
Flagstaff High School stages various concerts and shows of renowned artists in the Main Auditorium of the School. Musical concerts, plays, dance and a lot more keep happening throughout the year in this auditorium. The Celtic Spring in Concert, Utah Shakespearean Festival with the performance of Romeo and Juliet, etc. are some of the big events held here. There is also a Mini Auditorium, which is used for small events or business meets by social groups.
Prochnow Auditorium is a 940-seat venue that promises a fun filled evening. Located to the north of University Union, it was once home to Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra. This venue is well equipped with up-to-date equipments like spot lights, house lights, house sound and 35MM projection. It is host to the Campus Film Program and a number of plays and concerts.
Located in the Northern Arizona University campus, Ashurst Auditorium houses the biggest performance space in town, seating for 200 (recitals) and 300 (banquets) patrons. During the course of the year, it frequently hosts performances of the NAU School of Performing Arts, as well as concerts of the Flagstaff Symphony and other local and national orchestras. Call the number listed below for tickets to the performing arts events in and around Flagstaff.
Located on the Northern Arizona University campus, this Skydome is one of the largest timber domes in the world. The dome was named after former Northern Arizona University President Dr. J. Lawrence Walkup. It provides facilities for football, basketball, indoor track and field, soccer, weight lifting, lacrosse, student recreation, and also hosts major concert events. The grand arena, spread across 27,200 square feet, has a seating capacity of over 14,420 which can be expanded to 15,650 during major events.
With an intimate seating arrangement for 1,330, the Ardrey Auditorium is one of the best places to catch some culture in Northern Arizona, where no seat is a bad one. Whether it's dance, opera, orchestra, pop music, or performance art, you'll find something to suit your taste. The building is located on the Northern Arizona University campus and throughout the year, it plays host to the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, the NAU Orchestra, the Master Chorale of Flagstaff and other student oriented groups.
Majority of NAU's 'Main Stage' shows are held in NAU's Clifford White Theater. Musicals and plays of renowned artistes have taken place here, like the musical by legendary blues singer Ethel Waters. There is also a studio theater where 'Second Stage' shows are held. A costume shop, design lab and script library are in close vicinity. Parking is available at the university campus. The University curriculum in Theater Studies, Theater Education, Technology and Design and Performance is nationally respected.