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Arizona Federal Theatre - Phoenix, AZ
The Arizona Federal Theatre, which was formerly known as the Dodge Theatre and Comerica Theatre, is located at 400 W. Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona, United States. The place was opened on April 11, 2002, with a seating capacity of around 5,000 people at a time. Jerry Colangelo, who was the owner of the Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamondbacks played his part as one of the main investors. The architect of the theatre was designed by Dan Meis of NBBJ. In 2007, the theatre started to be operated by the Live Nation. After acquiring the naming-rights by Comerica Bank in 2010, the theatre was renamed to Comerica Theatre before changing in late 2019 to Arizona Federal Theatre.
The theatre is recognized as the best stage for the comedy movie Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie. The venue has also hosted the 2010 WWE Hall of Fame’s induction ceremony. Paulina Rubio, a Mexican pop singer, performed here on May 14, 2005, in support of her 2004 album Pau-Latina. Janet Jackson had also performed a houseful show here at the Arizona Federal Theatre on April 8, 2011. Lana Del Rey performed her first show at this theatre on April 15, 2014, which was the part of her Paradise Tour.
Tickets for the events held at Arizona Federal Theatre Phoenix can be purchased online at their box office or our website ticketsonsale.com.