Econo Lodge University
914 S. Milton Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001-6386
Phone: (928) 774-7326
Fax: (928) 774-7328
The Cline Auditorium is a typical college meet-up place for students, lecturers and the like. It is known to host several local events ranging from college meets, seminars, film screenings to general discussions and other events. It provides just the right venue for student and their faculty gatherings. For more details, check website or call ahead.
Majority of NAU's 'Main Stage' shows are held in NAU's Clifford White Theater. Musicals and plays of renowned artistes have taken place here, like the musical by legendary blues singer Ethel Waters. There is also a studio theater where 'Second Stage' shows are held. A costume shop, design lab and script library are in close vicinity. Parking is available at the university campus. The University curriculum in Theater Studies, Theater Education, Technology and Design and Performance is nationally respected.
There is a lot of cultural events that take place at the Studio Theater located on the NAU campus. You can sit down and watch some comic, romantic or a thriller play. The theater also showcases concerts that sound good in the acoustic setting. You can enjoy some of the best quality second stage productions exhibited by theater geniuses. The conservatory setting reveals the raw talent of students and established artists who generate sophisticated performances. Call ahead for any further details.
Located in the Northern Arizona University campus, Ashurst Auditorium houses the biggest performance space in town, seating for 200 (recitals) and 300 (banquets) patrons. During the course of the year, it frequently hosts performances of the NAU School of Performing Arts, as well as concerts of the Flagstaff Symphony and other local and national orchestras. Call the number listed below for tickets to the performing arts events in and around Flagstaff.
With a seating arrangement of 1,491, 'Ardrey Auditorium', is one of the sought after venues for tour shows, dance companies, opera, orchestras, pop music and other modern shows. Originally designed by Terry Atkinson, it was later renovated by Johnson Walzer/Durant. Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, the NAU Orchestra, the Master Chorale of Flagstaff, have been regular here
Prochnow Auditorium is a 940-seat venue that promises a fun filled evening. Located to the north of University Union, it was once home to Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra. This venue is well equipped with up-to-date equipments like spot lights, house lights, house sound and 35MM projection. It is host to the Campus Film Program and a number of plays and concerts.
The Hive is the brainchild of James Higbee. Formed in 2012, this creative DIY venue is also a recording studio, rehearsal space and art studio. A haven for talented local artists, its aim is to revive the art and music scene in Flagstaff. Some of their previous listings are Thou, Cloud Rat, Tiny Bird, Wall-Eyed, The Slackers and Skating Polly.
This cineplex has multiple screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or check out their website.
You can enjoy music played by locals and national artistes at The Orpheum. Also featuring are special movie screenings. Initially an old movie house, the theater is now completely renovated with an advanced sound system and has a lovely lounge area to hang around and enjoy snacks. With a seating capacity of 700, The Orpheum Theater is also available for rent. There are conventions, symphonies, poetry reading, theatrical shows, company parties and many more events taking place at this very popular local landmark. In the fall, the Orpheum hosts the annual Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival.
Here's a bar as a bar should be. The beer's good, the music is live (well, mostly) and the guests are mostly regulars. They have special events lined up throughout the week, like DJ nights, Ladies nights, live music and the likes. On the whole, it's a great place to head to for your weekly dose of drinks and fun.
Located within the North Arizona University campus, this Skydome is considered one of the largest timber domes in the world. The dome was named after former University President Dr. J. Lawrence Walkup. It provides facilities for football, basketball, indoor track and field, soccer, weight lifting, lacrosse, student recreation and also hosts major concert events. The grand arena, spread across 27,200 square feet, has a seating capacity of over 14,420 which can be expanded to 15,650 during major events. Check website for details.
Here's entertainment with a good cause. The Heritage Square Trust is an organisation that provides the best in professional entertainment to all, free of cost. While all entertainment venues charge admission fees for high-profile events, this one is open to all. The performances take place in the amphitheater that is 11,000 square foot in size, perfect for any kind of concerts, plays and performances. An audience of 1200 can be accommodated here. Check the website for information on upcoming events.