At Arizona Kidstock, families meander through a ballpark full of live music, edifying activities, and popular PBS characters. Parked in VIP reserved seating on the field, guests dance to headlining artists that include the Kratt Brothers of PBS’s Zoboomafoo and the Elektrolytes as seen on America’s Got Talent. PBS stars including Sid the Science Kid and Maya and Miguel appear throughout the day to pose for photos and dispense stock tips.
When you click "Buy" you'll be redirected to Ticketmaster.com to complete your transaction. See below for more info on Ticketmaster fees. Both games provide three seating options, including AM/PM All-You-Can-Eat seats that offer unlimited hot dogs, peanuts, popcorn, nachos, and soft drinks. Also, Party Deck seats treat their sitters to unlimited Pepsi products, access to a cash bar, and a buffet consisting of fried chicken, mac 'n' cheese, hot dogs, barbecue pulled pork, potato salad, corn on the cob, watermelon, and cookies. Food is served from when the gates open until one hour after the first pitch. Choose from one of the following seating options for Tuesday, June 15, at 7:05 p.m., or Thursday, June 17, at 7:05 p.m.:
Local thespians Matt McAuley and Richard Vines banded together with the Dysart Community Education Department to conceptualize Ghostlight Theatre on the tenets of entertaining and educating the community with the dramatic arts. The theatre's live productions give members of the community an opportunity to flex their theatrical muscles through acting, designing costumes, and pursuing careers as prop trees. Meanwhile, Ghostlight Theatre’s summer camps prepare budding thespians aged 10–18 for their moments in the spotlight.
UltraStar Cinemas cossets moviegoers in cushy seating as they enjoy Hollywood hits alongside buttery servings of popcorn. Film buffs can peruse the current showtimes to handpick an action-packed flick, romantic comedy, or chilling thriller featuring inexplicably aggressive hamsters. The concession stand outfits moviegoers with snacks, drinks, and buckets filled with warm kernels, keeping stomach grumblings to a minimum during showings and providing crunchy projectiles in case of sudden younger-sibling attacks.
Since its founding in 1934 by archetypal cowboy Roy Rogers and a group of like-minded cowpeople, the Sons of the Pioneers have sung classic compositions chronicling life in the Old West to audiences worldwide—earning them entry into the Country Music Hall of Fame and National Cowboy Hall of Fame. A veritable Supreme Court of country music, the sextet's rotating lineup of members perform for several decades before retiring, and a mandatory majority vote from the Senate is required for new cowboy singers. The venerable current roster still burns through fiddle and guitar strings like undomesticated flames fanned by the mellifluous breeze of six-part harmonies. In keeping with the authentic music and Western themes, the Sons of the Pioneers encourages audiences to applaud the performance with hearty "yee-haws," but asks them to refrain from firing six-shooters wildly into the air.
A Peoria fixture since 2004, Arizona Broadway Theatre combines performances with fine dining, a marriage that helped garner the title of Best Playhouse from PHOENIX magazine in 2010. Curtains open to a cast of talented performers, who were culled from auditions in New York and the Valley of the Sun, and have belted out Broadway staples such as Grease, Fiddler on the Roof, and Singin' in the Rain. Servers glide through the tiered theater hall prior to performances, peppering white tablecloths with platefuls of American fare. Previous show's menus have included such dishes as steak diane's sliced tenderloin paired with saut?ed shallots and lyonnaise potatoes, which entertain patrons' stomachs without forcing them to eat the show's program.