Mesa, AZ

Visit These Three Theaters in Mesa, Arizona, and Have a Good Time

Kate Feathers
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What's there to discover in Mesa, I hear you ask?

Well, many fun places! There are parks, shopping malls, museums... and theaters. If you'd like to have a good evening with your partner, friend, family member or on your own, a theater is a great place to start. You can sit back, relax and enjoy all the amazing entertainment.

Personally, I love theaters because seeing all the various performances lets me have fun, connect with others, and also learn something new in the process.

So, what theaters can you discover in Mesa, Arizona? Let's have a closer look!

Mesa Amphitheatre

The first theater that's definitely worth visiting in Mesa is the Mesa Amphitheatre, which is an outdoor theater located at 263 North Center Street in Mesa. The amphitheatre allows you to have an amazing view of the stage while also enjoying the sunshine.

To quote the website of the theater:

"The Mesa Amp draws concert-goers from a market of more than 4 million people. Located just 15 minutes from downtown Phoenix, this open air concert venue is also popular for daylong festivals and community events. Visit Mesa Amphitheatre! Mesa Amphitheatre is owned and operated by the City of Mesa Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Department."

And what can you see in the Mesa Amphitheatre? Well, at the time of writing this (19th June 2021), some of the upcoming events include "Cypress Hill & Atmosphere", which will take place on 15th August 2021, "Karol G", which you can come and see on 30th October 2021, or "RUSS Shake the Globe Tour" that will occur on 6th May 2022.

You can buy your tickets online and go have fun when it's time.

Silver Star Theater

The second theater that's a wonderful place to visit in Mesa is the Silver Star Theater. It's located at 5247 E. Brown Road in Mesa and it provides its visitors with a wonderful experience every time.

According to the official website of the theater:

"The Silver Star is a multi-million-dollar facility that rivals its Las Vegas counterparts. Our custom designed showroom features tiered seating with unobstructed views and state-of-the-art sound and lighting, as well as a unique stage setting incorporating over 200 musical instruments. And, we’ve updated the stage with a 27 x 15ft professional LED screen that allows us to create interactive graphics and amazing highly defined digital scenes, backgrounds and images."

The Silver Star Theater is open for the summer, and you get to see shows from as early as 9th July 2021. Some of these upcoming events are for example "Murder in Paradise" that runs on many available dates, "Variety Show Spectacular" that takes place on 16th July, or "The Rolling Stones Tribute" which you can see on 31st July 2021.

So why not book a ticket on the website and enjoy what the Silver Star Theater in Mesa has to offer?

The Dutton Theater Mesa

Last but definitely not least, The Dutton Theater Mesa is an amazing place to visit as well. The yearly schedule of the Duttons apparently works in a way that only permits you to go see them in Mesa during the winter, but that's okay - you can add the place to your list of places you'd like to visit in the future!

And who are the Duttons? They were actually the finalists of America's Got Talent in 2007! Their official website further says:

"The Duttons are international touring and recording artists who perform bluegrass to classical music and everything in between. Their show features a variety of instruments, including violin, guitar, bass, viola, banjo, mandolin, keyboard, harmonica, and drums, among others. The Duttons have garnered awards and recognition in national fiddling contests, classical violin competitions, and as studio musicians."

Make sure to check out this theater when winter comes around! You're bound to have a wonderful experience.

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