Are you one of the passionate and lucky fans going to Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX? You’ve bought your tickets, booked the hotel, and have transportation all set. Your week in the desert is going to be LEGENDARY. But wait, what are you doing before and after the big game? You are traveling all the way to the Grand Canyon State, why not make the most of it?
Your friends at Ticketmaster are here to help you take your live event experience to the next level. Maybe you want to squeeze in some music and theater in between rooting for the Pats/Hawks. Or maybe you just want to see more sports?
Whatever it is, we’ve curated the best events you can schedule in during Super Bowl week.
Live Music & Concerts in Phoenix & Tucson
Eric Church 1/24 US Airways Center
Travis Tritt 1/25 Chandler Center for the Arts
So You Think You Can Dance – Live Tour 1/25 Comerica Theatre
Coors Light Birds Nest Presents Darius Rucker 1/29 Birds Nest Phoenix Open
Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull 1/29 US Airways Center
Coors Light Birds Nest Presents Kid Rock 1/29 Birds Nest Phoenix Open
The Avett Brothers 2/05 Tucson Music Hall
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Sports events in Phoenix & Tuscon
2015 NFL Pro Bowl 1/25 University of Phoenix Stadium
NFL Experience 1/24 – 2/1 Phoenix Convention Center
Monster Jam Monster Truck Show 1/24 Chase Field
Celebrity Flag Football Challenge in Surprise 1/31 Surprise Stadium
Super Bowl XLIX 2/1 University of Phoenix Stadium
Phoenix Suns Basketball Games US Airways Center
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Arts and Theatre events in Phoenix & Tucson
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More about Phoenix, Arizona
Head to the “Valley of the Sun” and catch the bustling culture and all that the great outdoors has to offer in Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix boasts over 190,000 areas of recreational open space which is more than any other major city in the United States. Phoenix is the 6th largest city in the US and enjoys more than 300 sunny days per year. With 40 National Historic Landmarks there is no shortage of must-see attractions in town. Head over to the Phoenix Zoo for a day. The Phoenix Zoo sits on 125 acres of land boasting over 2.5 miles of walking trails and over 1,400 animals for guests. The Zoo’s Monkey Village, Stingray Bay and Forest of Uco are highly recommended.
Head 12 miles northeast and you will hit the Phoenix-adjacent Scottsdale, AZ. Must-see attractions in Scottsdale, include the organic architecture at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West and the Native American culture at the Heard Museum. After you work up an appetite, head to Scottsdale for a culinary adventure. Scottsdale was named the “No. 2 Foodie City” in the U.S. with over 600 locally owned and operated restaurants.
With a fantastic mix of culture and the great outdoors there is no shortage of things to do in Phoenix and its surrounding areas. So get out and explore Arizona.