The Arizona Federal Theatre Has Been Renamed

By on July 12, 2022 0 80Views

Arizona Federal Theatre in downtown Phoenix has been renamed.

The smaller venue located Fourth Avenue and Washington Street will now be called Arizona Financial Theatre to better highlight the naming sponsor’s extensive services across Arizona.

The change in name is the third for the arena since the grand opening in 2002 as Dodge Theatre. The theater kept that name until 2010 when it was renamed Comerica Theatre. The venue was renamed in 2019 to Arizona Federal Theatre.

In April 2021, Arizona Federal Credit Union members voted to change the financial institution from a federally chartered credit union to a state-chartered one.

“This theatre is home to so many amazing memories for Arizonans, from seeing a favorite band to even graduating college, it’s hosted a variety of joyous occasions and we are so excited to continue to have a part in that magic,” Ronald L. Westad, president and CEO of Arizona Financial Credit Union, said in a press release.

Arizona Financial Theatre seats 5,000 people and welcomes over 275,000 fans per year. In additional to concerts, the venue also hosts political rallies, comedy shows, kids themed shows, other large events.

Upcoming concerts at the Arizona Financial Theatre are:

7/12: COIN with BlackStarKids
7/22: Darius Rucker with Caylee Hammack
7/29: Santa Fe Klan with Tornillo
8/4: Third Eye Blind and Taking Back Sunday with Hockey Dad
8/5: Halestorm with the Pretty Reckless and special guests the Warning & Lilith Czar
8/7: Celeste Barber
8/10: Oliver Tree with Jawny and Huddy
8/13: Big Time Rush with Spencer Sutherland
8/17: Chase Atlantic with Leah Kate & Xavier Mayne
8/18: Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats with Cory Wong
8/26: Kevin Gates
8/28: Chris Rock
9/2: Sebastian Yatra
9/3: Gloria Trevi
9/4: Disney Junior Live on Tour: Costume Palooza
9/7: Andrew McMahon in The Wilderness & Dashboard Confessional with The Juliana Theory
9/9: The Kid LAROI
9/10: Alicia Keys with Pink Sweat$
9/12: Lauv with Hayley Kiyoko
9/13: Jack Harlow with City Girls
9/14: Kehlani with Rico Nasty and Destin Conrad
9/16: Steven Crowder and David Landau
9/17: Junior H with Alto Linaje and Compa Steve
9/18: RuPaul’s Drag Race: Werq the World
9/23: Maren Morris with The Lone Bellow
9/24: Sabaton with Epica
10/1: Los Angeles Azules
10/4: The Doobie Brothers
10/5: Zach Williams with Ben Fuller
10/7: Bring Me the Horizon with grandson, Knocked Loose
10/12: Van Morrison with The James Hunter Six
10/14: Lamb of God with Killswitch Engage, Animals as Leaders, Fit for an Autopsy
10/15: deadmau5 with Nero, Kasablanca, Lamorn
10/16: Alec Benjamin with Claire Rosinkranz
10/17: Carly Rae Jepsen with Empress Of
10/19: Zach Bryan with Charles Wesley Godwin
10/21: Lil Nas X
10/28: Jimmy Eat World and The Maine with PVRIS, Thursday, Sydney Sprague
10/29: Itzy the 1st World Tour
11/1: Mother Mother with Sir Sly, Transviolet
11/6: Lupita D´Alessio y Maria José
11/7-8: Dr. Jordan Peterson
11/10: Måneskin
11/11: Wisin y Yandel
11/18: Joe Bonamassa
11/19: Brian Regan
12/3: Yung Gravy & bbno$
12/10: Yuridia
1/14-1/15: Bluey’s Big Play
2/18: Los Temerarios
3/4: Spy Ninjas Live!