Phoenix Symphony Concert Tickets
Buy Phoenix Symphony tickets, and plan your next live music experience. The Phoenix Symphony was first founded in the year 1947. The gifted Tito Muñoz is the current Maestro. He leads the Phoenix Symphony in performing around 275 concerts a season. The Symphony is well known for its annual Classics and Pops Series concerts. These feature shows like Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 and Chicago in Concert. Additionally, the Phoenix Symphony will also host a handful of special performances, with events like Handel’s Messiah and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in Concert. Many of these concerts will incorporate a big screen as part of the stage, so fans can watch classic movies as they listen to the score played live. The orchestra often invites special guests to perform with them in concert. In the past, these have included James Galway and Yo-Yo Ma. Lovers of classical music can find Phoenix Symphony tickets today with TicketSmarter.
Phoenix Symphony Ticket Prices
The price of tickets for the Phoenix Symphony will change depending upon the concert being performed, and the location of your seats. Ticket prices will also change depending upon when you purchase your tickets, and how close that date is to the date of the performance.
How much are Phoenix Symphony tickets?
When shopping for your Phoenix Symphony tickets you can expect to pay an average price of $177.98 a ticket. The most you can pay is $830.00, which is often for seats near the front of the stage. Many of the symphony’s live shows have cheap Phoenix Symphony tickets listed for $48.00 a ticket.
On average, tickets to the Phoenix Symphony cost $45 per ticket. These can range from $25 to $99 for most concerts and events. Tickets can be purchased for the main floor and balcony sections for the Phoenix Symphony’s home at the Phoenix Symphony Hall.
Phoenix Tour Dates & Concert Schedule
In 2022, Phoenix Symphony will play 45 shows. Phoenix Symphony next live concert will take place on December 16th, 2022 at 7:30pm. Be there to see the symphony perform live at the Mesa Arts Center - Ikeda Theater at 1 East Main Street, Mesa, AZ. Phoenix Symphony: Tito Munoz - Handel's Messiah tickets to this show start at $66.00 and go up to $479.00 a ticket. Place your order now because there are only 107 tickets left for this performance.
The Phoenix Symphony’s annual season starts at the beginning of September and runs through the month of May. Between these dates, the Symphony will perform a total of 275 concerts. These include the Classics and Pops Series, which run concurrently throughout the season. The Classics Series features pieces and movements by composers that define the genre of classical music. The music of Beethoven, Mozart and Tchaikovsky are just a few examples of composers likely featured. The Pops Series will feature beloved music outside of the classical genre. These can include everything from the Symphony and Chill: The Music of the Flatscreen event to the Broadway Celebration. Outside of these performances, Phoenix Symphony also hosts a number of fundraising events, including the Parties of Note, the Savor the Symphony Women’s Luncheon and the New Year’s Eve Gala.
When do Phoenix Symphony tickets go on sale?
You can generally find Phoenix Symphony tickets on sale year-round. You never need a presale code with TicketSmarter, so there’s nothing to keep you from accessing tickets to the next Phoenix Symphony event.
Phoenix Symphony Seating Chart
Phoenix Symphony's 2022 season will finish with a final performance on May 13th, 2023 at 7:30pm at the Phoenix Symphony Hall, which can be found at 225 E. Adams, Phoenix, AZ. Right now, there are 504 Phoenix Symphony concert tickets available for the symphony's final performance. Phoenix Symphony Orchestra: Tito Munoz - Grand Finale tickets to this show cost between $45.00 and $688.00.
The Phoenix Symphony Hall has a capacity of 2,241 seats. Most seats are located on the main floor. Ten rows of balcony seats are located above these. All seats are broken into three sections, labeled A, B, and C. Section A refers to all of the seats in the middle on the Phoenix Symphony Hall, with sections B and C on either side. Loge 1 and Loge 2 are located on the sides of the main floor, and Loge 5 and Loge 6 are on the side sections of the balcony. These areas offer accessibility seating for those with disabilities.
The vast majority of the Phoenix Symphony’s shows take place at the Phoenix Symphony Hall, but the Symphony has also performed at other symphony halls, including the Mesa Arts Center - Ikeda Theater, which hosted the Applause Series. This venue can host 1,532 guests on the main floor, first balcony, and second balcony sections. TicketSmarter’s seating chart can help you find the best seats for your experience seeing the Phoenix Symphony perform live.
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Songs from the Phoenix Symphony Tour Setlist
Phoenix Symphony's setlist while performing
, AZ at “Symphony Hall”
included the following songs:
- Act 1
- Prologue (Instrumental)
- Jet Song (Riff and Jets)
- Something's Coming (Tony)
- The Dance at the Gym (Instrumental): Blues / Promenade / Mambo / Cha-Cha / Meeting Scene / Jump
- Maria (Tony)
- Balcony Scene (Tony and Maria)
- America (Anita, Bernardo, Sharks)
- Cool (Riff and Jets)
- One Hand, One Heart (Tony and Maria)
- Tonight (Maria, Tony, Anita, Riff, Bernardo, Sharks and Jets)
- The Rumble (Instrumental)
- Act 2
- I Feel Pretty (Maria, Francisca, Rosalia, Consuelo)
- Dream Ballet (Entire Cast) / Somewhere (Lourde Childs)
- Gee, Officer Krupke (Jets)
- A Boy Like That and I Have a Love (Anita and Maria)
- Finale (Maria and Tony)
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Phoenix Symphony Tour Dates
12/31/2022 - 05/13/2023