Wicked ASU Gammage Auditorium - Tempe, AZ Tickets

Get Discount Wicked Tempe, AZ Tickets - Gammage Auditorium Tickets here. Gammage Memorial Auditorium is a multipurpose venue located in Tempe, Arizona. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the building and was constructed in Usonian style. ASU Gammage was opened on September 18, 1964 with the performance by Eugene Ormandy. The venue has 3000 seats to hold the guests.

ASU Gammage presented national and international dance companies including Alvin Alley Dance Company, Boston Ballet, Martha Graham Dance Company, Joffrey Ballet and Broadway productions as well as legendary musicians including B.B. King, Neil Diamond, Bruce Springsteen, Johnny Cash and Elton John.

Discount Wicked Tempe, AZ Tickets - Gammage Auditorium Tickets are available here. The auditorium was constructed at a cost of $2.46 million. It has 3000 seats in three levels of seating. The venue hosts national and international dance companies, musicals, performances and Broadway plays. ASU Gammage is the only public building in Arizona designed by Wright. The auditorium hosts grand opera, musical and dramatic productions, symphony concerts, organ recitals, chamber music recitals, solo performances and lectures. Gammage stands 80 feet high, eight stories by normal building standards, and measures 300 by 250 feet. The building was placed in National Historic Places in 1985.

Last Updated: Mar 21, 2014