Comerica Theatre

Comerica Theater is a multi-utilize theater in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona. It is located at 400 W Washington St Phoenix, AZ 85003 USA.  The original name of the venue was Dodge Theatre. It took almost one and quarter year to get built. It name was changed to Comerica theatre later on. The first to play the venue was Mr. Harry Connick Jr. The Venue seats 5,000 individuals and hosts numerous melodic specialists or artists and shows. Jerry Colangelo, long-term previous proprietor of the Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamondbacks, was one of the first investors. The office, planned by Dan Meis of NBBJ, was intended to fill the requirement for entertainers that don’t  bother with a gigantic games stadium, yet are too large for the smaller, insinuate venues. The Comerica Theatre opened in the spring of 2002 as a part of the progressing development endeavors in Downtown Phoenix, and achieved the 2 million mark in participation in 2009. In 2007 Live Nation started operating the venue. The theater’s name was changed in October 2010 after Comerica Bank procured the naming rights. The theater is likewise referred to for facilitating brandishing and sporting events, for example, boxing.

The theater is most likely best perceived as the stage for the parody film Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie. What’s more, George Lopez’s latest HBO Exceptional, America’s Mexican, was aired live at the music venue. Rock Group Chicken foot recorded their live collection Get Your Buzz On there and it additionally facilitated the 2010 WWE Corridor of Popularity Acceptance Service or Frame Induction Ceremony. It is additionally a setting for Broadway and family arrange demonstrates that play the Phoenix region, and in the theaters initial couple of years the Arizona release of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular occurred at the music venue.

In May 14, 2005 Paulina Rubio, the Mexican pop singer performed here on her “Pau-Lenques” tour in support of her 2004 album Pau-Latina. For the first time in Arizona Lana del Rey performed in the venue. She performed also as a part of her Paradise Tour on April 15, 2014. On November 21, 2012 Yuridia, a well known Latin singer also performed as part of her Para Mi Tour in the musical venue.

From music to melody to boxing, Comerica Theater has been the home to numerous craftsmen throughout the years and in addition more than 2M visitors through its entryways. Comerica Theater will keep on entertaining numerous more consistently in future.