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Speak easy-style warehouse/Studio
From $450/hr
Speak easy-style warehouse/Studio
Phoenix, AZ
We are an urban warehouse-speak easy style. The building from the outside is very inconspicuous . There are several spaces inside that are versatile in their use, the main one is our 20 foot high cyclorama wall with 1050 sq. ft. of usable floorspace. There is a make up area and dressing room (150 sq. ft). Overlooking the Cyc. wall is over looked by a loft/lounge (1200 sq. ft) with a functional kitchen, bar and lounge. We have a great natural light space, 543 sq. ft. with 20 high ceilings. 3 bathrooms, 2 of them with showers. These are just our main areas, there are about 1400 sq. ft. shared with other spaces in the building.
From $75/hr
Healthy Lifestyle Main Studio
Phoenix, AZ
This spaces is a Healthy Lifestyle Event Center that provides rental space for workshops, physical fitness, dance classes, photo and video shoots, etc. We offer rental space for community-based workshops, parties, and small to medium sized meetings, specialty events, and access to the semi-private fitness center.
From $250/hr
Downtown Phoenix Venue / Concert Hall
Phoenix, AZ
Located in the Historic Warehouse District of Downtown Phoenix. Full production venue including stage, sound system, lights, projector, DJ booth. Full bar with beer, liquor, and wine. Venue also has a large green room / ready room with private bathroom, shower, washer & dryer. Large outdoor smoking patio with seating.
From $900/hr
Speak easy-style warehouse private event space
Phoenix, AZ
We are an urban warehouse-speak easy style. The building from the outside is very inconspicuous . There are several spaces inside that are versatile in their use, the main one is our 20 foot high cyclorama wall with 1050 sq. ft. of usable floorspace. The wall itself can become a 20 ft high projection screen. There is a make up area and dressing room (150 sq. ft). Overlooking the cyclorama wall is over looked by a loft/lounge (1200 sq. ft) with a functional kitchen, bar and lounge. We have a great natural light space, 543 sq. ft. with 20 high ceilings. 3 bathrooms, 2 of them with showers. These are just our main areas, there are about 1400 sq. ft. shared with other spaces in the building. Our pricing covers the use of the building only. Although we have our preferred vendors we can put you in touch with it would be up to you and your event planner to fulfill what you need as far as vendor needs (catering, flowers, ext.)

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The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $75 to $900

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About Phoenix

Phoenix is the most populous city in Arizona with over 1.7 million residents. The city runs along the Gila and Salt Rivers where you can spend a hot summer day enjoying watersports like swimming, fishing, and boating. All outdoor activities are popular in Phoenix where the average temperature is 75 degrees.

Many concerts and festivals are held in Phoenix due to the fantastic sunny weather and the numerous concert venues. From outdoor theaters to pavilions as well as indoor arenas and concert halls, you can find what you need for your concert. A Phoenix concert venue is just the ticket for any kind of music.

Concert Options in Phoenix

Planning a concert is not the easiest task in the world but you can make it much simpler by hiring companies that are experienced in this sort of thing. For example, you will probably need lighting and sound equipment as well as staging and seating. And you will likely want food too. A car service is also a good idea if you are serving adult beverages.

  • Equipment Rental
    This is probably the most important part of your concert venue planning because you will need seating and lighting as well as a sound system and audio and visual equipment. If you are hosting your concert outside, you will need a stage and some portable cooling fans if it is a summertime concert.

  • Catering
    Everyone needs to eat no matter whether they are guests, entertainers, or crew. Phoenix has a variety of full- and partial-service caterers who can help you feed everyone. Let them worry about all the setting up, serving, and cleaning up too.

  • Transportation
    Whether you have several large bands or just one vocalist, it is important to make them feel special. One way to do that is to hire a car service to get them where they need to be. You can also use a car service or valet service for the concert-goers.

Concert Companies in Phoenix

Luckily, having a Phoenix concert venue gives you access to hundreds of concert planning vendors who can help you plan the best concert ever. Finding what you need should not be a problem in Phoenix where they host dozens of concerts a year.

  • Arizona Stage
    It doesn’t matter whether you are planning a small production for less than 100 people or a huge concert event that lasts for days and hosts thousands. Nothing is too small or too large for Arizona Stage and they offer everything from backstage and backline equipment to LED video walls. Whether you want special effect lights, stage design, or just need some sound equipment, you can get it here.

  • Fat Freddy’s Catering
    Fat Freddy’s motto is that you should “never trust a skinny cook” and he must be onto something because he has been lauded by The Knot, Google, and Wedding Wire to name a few. Whether you want some appetizers and drinks or the whole setup, Fat Freddy can do it. They have eight menu choices from Island Flavors with Bahama Mama grilled sirloins to the Deluxe Dinner creation with herb-crusted beef tenderloin with Pinot Noir demi-glaze.

  • Arizona Sedan and Limo
    Have your guests arrive in style with Arizona Sedan and Limousine Service. They offer many different types of cars like the Yukon Denali Stretch Limousine, Lincoln Town Car Stretch Limo, 56-passenger motorcoach, Lincoln MKS, and BMW 740. All of our drivers are formally dressed, vetted, and trained to be courteous as well as friendly.

Pros and Cons of Concerts in Phoenix

There is no place on earth that is perfect in every way, so it is best that you know all of the pros and cons of Phoenix before finalizing your concert venue plans. Here are a few advantages and disadvantages to having a concert venue in Phoenix.

Advantages

  • The weather
    For those who dislike cold weather, Phoenix is the perfect place to have a concert. It stays warm all year and is almost always sunny.

  • The beauty
    The landscape in Phoenix is stunning no matter where you look. With deserts as well as mountains and lush green succulents, the great outdoors is truly great in this city.

  • Plenty of venues
    With Phoenix being such a popular spot for concerts and festivals, it has a plethora of concert venues both indoor and out.

Disadvantages

  • It is hot
    The average temperatures from April through October are in the upper 90s so if you do not like the heat, plan your concert in December or January.

  • Crime rate
    Over 85% of the cities in Arizona have lower crime rates than Phoenix so the chance of you being a victim is about one in 25. Try to stay in safe neighborhoods like Oakhurst, Biltmore Gates, and Doubletree Canyon.

  • Traffic
    Phoenix is one of the most congested cities in the US. So, plan on sitting in traffic whether you are driving or riding.

Famous Locations in Phoenix

  • Desert Botanical Garden
    If you want to see as many desert plants as you can without having to wander through the desert, go to the Desert Botanical Garden. Founded in 1937, this fantastic garden has over 50,000 plants in 4,000 species. This includes 379 endangered, threatened, and rare plants, over 4,000 agaves, and approximately 14,000 cacti. You can explore on your own or get a guided tour to learn more about the flora of the area.

  • Phoenix Art Museum
    Art fans will love the Phoenix Art Museum featuring over 18,000 works of art and design from Western America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and North America. One of the most famous is the Flowering Arches painting by Claude Monet from 1913. Some of the other artists include Georgia O’Keeffe, Pablo Picasso, and Ubertini.

  • Papago Park
    This 1,300-acre desert park spreads from Phoenix into Tempe and is known for its stunning geological wonders like the Hole-in-the-Rock, which was formed between 10 and 15 million years ago. In addition, the park has six acres of ponds with carp, tilapia, catfish, bass, and trout. It is even the site of the Phoenix Zoo where you can see over 3,000 animals.