ASU Gammage, also known as the Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium, is one of the last public projects of the famous Architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The auditorium opened its doors in 1964, just in time to host a production of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Located within the main campus of Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, ASU Gammage features a variety of genres of performing arts and events throughout the year. The large main stage of the ASU Gammage auditorium can adapt to accommodate operas, university lectures, Broadway musicals, and other dramatic or solo productions. ASU Gammage has been home to Broadway plays such as Miss Saigon, The Lion King and The Phatom of the OPera. Get tickets to ASU Gammage events at StubHub.
What is ASU Gammage's seating capacity?
The auditorium has multi-level seating and can accommodate 3,017 patrons.
Is ASU Gammage accessible by public transportation?
ASU Gammage is located in the heart of the Tempe area and can be accessed by the local light rail or the 65 bus line.
Is there on-site parking?
ASU Gammage offers many parking options to cater to guests. The Gold Lot is reserved for season ticket booklet parking pass holders as well as those that require handicap accessible parking. The maroon garage is available to season ticket parking pass holders and can also be purchased online prior to the day of the show. Parking can be purchased on the day of the show. The facility recommends arriving at least one hour prior to any event or performance.
What are the food and drink options?
While ASU Gammage offers its own concessions, presenting a valid ASU Gammage ticket stub can lead to many deals at surrounding restaurants. The Tempe Chili's serves a free appetizer with the purchase of two adult entrees. Chompies offers 20% off your entire bill on the day of your ASU Gammage show. Concessions at ASU Gammage offer many beverage options, including Coca-Cola products, wine, beer and signature cocktails.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
ASU Gammage is a short distance away from many other famous Arizona activities such as the Hole in the Rock, the Phoenix Zoo, the Marquee Theatre and numerous Arizona sporting events. The auditorium is a short, twenty-minute drive away from Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks
Is ASU Gammage a wheelchair-friendly facility?
ASU Gammage has two elevators on both sides of the building and reserved seating for guests with disabilities. The auditorium has wheelchair-accessible restrooms. If you have a specific request, you can contact the ASU Gammage Box Office directly.Back to Top
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