CityScape is much more than just a shopping, dining and entertainment district, it is also the perfect destination for a private party or benefit event. Look no further than Patriots Square Park, Central Avenue or LUSTRE Rooftop Garden.
Need private meeting space? Or a venue to host an intimate concert or awards presentation? Many of our venues can be transformed to fit your party’s needs.
With many indoor and outdoor options, CityScape can accommodate anywhere from 20 to 10,000 guests.
Phoenix Convention Center
Convening in America’s sixth-largest city packs more value than ever. Located in the center of a vibrant walkable downtown, the Phoenix Convention Center & Venues is mere steps from a variety of urban eateries, live music, professional sports, art museums and more. In fact, downtown’s Roosevelt Row was recently named one of the 10 Best City Arts Districts in America by USA Today. So whether you’re looking for restaurants featured on The Food Network, or just wanting to take in some local culture, downtown Phoenix has something for everyone.
Named one of the top-10 convention center facilities in the country, the Phoenix Convention Center & Venues offers more than 900,000 sq. ft. of meeting and exhibit space, including a 312,500 sq. ft. main exhibit hall and a 46,000 sq ft ballroom. Conveniences include 99 meeting rooms, 61 loading docks (22 of which are climate controlled), exhibit halls with pre-scored floors and an Executive Conference Center – all complimented by a 2,312 seat Symphony Hall and the 1,364 seat historic Orpheum Theatre
Make your event unforgettable at Arizona Center — there’s no other venue like it in downtown Phoenix. Arizona Center is perfect for everything from intimate affairs like weddings and receptions to larger gatherings like corporate team building or nonprofit fundraisers. We routinely serve as an extraordinary backdrop for photo shoots, films, promotional events and musical performances. With our grotto, restaurant and retail amenities, tranquil setting and outdoor gardens, your event will be exceptional.
Chase Field opened in the Spring of 1998, built as a multipurpose facility to house Arizona's first Major League Baseball team, the Arizona Diamondbacks, and to host large-scale events. The Ballpark covers approximately 1,300,000 square feet, including the playing surface, and is divided into six levels: Field, Main Concourse, Press Level, Suite Club Level, Upper Concourse and Mechanical Level.
Chase Field can be configured to accommodate various sports including football, soccer and basketball, in addition to its baseball configuration. Other setups that have enjoyed success in the building are concerts, motor sports, trade shows, exhibits, band pageants, religious gatherings and running/walking events.
Arizona Science Center
This 140,000 square–foot building creates an intriguing environment that no guest will soon forget. If you are planning a private, intimate meeting or event, Arizona Science Center will make your function memorable.
Designed by renowned architect Antoine Predock, this unique landmark is nestled in the picturesque setting of Heritage and Science Park where history and innovation collide.
A variety of spaces can be tailored for cocktail parties, celebration receptions and even private exhibition viewings.
Arizona Science Center has over 300 hands–on, interactive exhibits that span four levels. Your guests can explore the human body, experience the forces of nature, be fascinated by physics, discover digital communications and investigate sustainability and renewable resources.
Private events may include an intimate viewing in the Center's world–class Dorrance Planetarium and even attend the featured exhibition.
Let Corona Ranch and Rodeo Grounds deliver a one-of-a-kind experience for your special clients, employees or guests.
Since 1991, we have specialized in delivering a product that you can be proud of as your guests thank you for a terrific evening. Whether it is our incredible rodeo, our outstanding food and beverage or a fun Team Building event, you can count on Corona Ranch to make you look like a star.
Slide open the vintage steel doors and you’ll ask yourself, “where the heck am I ?!”
Belly up to Chicago’s original Black Orchid Jazz Club bar for a vintage hand made cocktail and rest your elbows where d’ boys once did...Old Blue Eyes, Sammy & Dean...What the duce?!
Come and Get it... Trailer made forgotten but unforgettable dishes reminiscent of MOM’s 1960s kitchen... all made from scratch in “DUCHESS”...our 1968 streamline camper using fresh, local & organic ingredients
Shake it up baby at our 1915 Chicago drug store soda fountain, featuring fresh made ice cream creations...all mixed up by “Pops”, downtown’s coolest jerk. ...what the duce?!
Talking Stick Resort Arena
Talking Stick Resort Arena is the premier sports and entertainment hub in Arizona.
Centrally located in the “Legends Entertainment District” in downtown Phoenix, the venue is home to the NBA’s Phoenix Suns and WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury, as well as the Arizona Rattlers of the Arena Football League.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2012, the Talking Stick Resort Arena has welcomed some of the biggest and brightest stars in the music, entertainment and sports industries, hosting dozens of concerts, family shows and live events each year.
Since its founding by Dwight and Maie Heard in 1929, the Heard Museum has grown in size and stature to become recognized internationally for the quality of its collections, its educational programming and its festivals. Dedicated to the sensitive and accurate portrayal of Native arts and cultures, the Heard is an institution that successfully combines the stories of American Indian people from a personal perspective with the beauty of art.
Through innovative programs, world-class exhibitions and unmatched festivals, the Heard Museum sets the standard nationally for collaborating with Native people to present first-person voices. Partnerships with American Indian artists and tribal communities provide visitors with a distinctive perspective about the art and cultures of Native people, especially those from the Southwest.
The creative beat of the city's urban heart is in Roosevelt Row, home to galleries, mural-splashed business walls and a monthly art walk.This arts district is a prominent stop for visitors and the downtown community along the First Friday self-guided art tour.
Phoenix Art Museum
The Southwest's largest fine art museum features a collection of contemporary work and global masterpieces.
Complementing the museum's galleries of fine art and objects from Asia, America, Europe and beyond are rotating exhibitions such as a multimedia from The Propeller Group. Want to see the permanent collections for free (and the special exhibitions at a discount)? Visit Wednesdays from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. during voluntary donation time, or the second Sunday of the month from noon to 5 p.m. for Free Family Sundays.
Heritage Square Dining
Like the 19th-century homes nearby, the restaurants in downtown's Heritage Square are making history: Both Pizzeria Bianco (heralded as the best pizza in the nation) and Nobuo at Teeter House (sophisticated Japanese offered tapas-style) are James Beard Award winners.