The Venue Scottsdale is a chameleon of a building, as ready to effortlessly host an elegant wedding reception as it is to present a comedy show or concert. The 29,000 square-foot, multi-level confines feature an indoor cobblestone courtyard and leaf-covered balconies, offering an outdoorsy ambience without the worry of inclement weather. Upstairs, a ballroom and a VIP lounge welcome private event goers, while a comedy club inspires knock-knock jokes with its own private entrance.
Cuisine Type: Toasted Sandwiches Wraps Flatbread Pizza
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 11–25
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Shaved prime rib
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout only
Outdoor Seating: No
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We serve gourmet toasted sandwiches and wraps, flatbread pizza, and pasta dishes.
Sound of Sinatra pays homage to the legendary crooner with an evening of big-band-backed songs performed by internationally recognized Sinatra tributeer Mark Randisi. With a honeyed voice that recalls the euphonies of Ol' Blue Eyes himself, Randisi breathes life into Sinatra's classics while winning over audiences with charming stage banter and unfulfilled promises to teach them to play catch. The Johnny Trudell Big Band cushions Randisi's melodies under a lush blanket of old-school sound, led by the group's famed, eponymous trumpet player. A postshow reception with Randisi allows VIP ticketholders to munch on hors d'oeuvres and sip nonalcoholic refreshments as they compliment the singer and try to steal his voice with an enchanted conch shell. All proceeds go toward outfitting a new home for the Rockford Area Museum.
With alumni including Tina Fey, Steve Carell, and Bill Murray, the famed Second City comedy troupe casts a long, tall shadow of comedy across the humor universe. As part of a national tour, a cast of bright new stars bring two hours packed with a signature blend of scripted sketches and spontaneous scenes prompted by audience participation. Local innovation engine the Rockford Education Foundation sponsors the evening of guffaws, in which the versatile performers may skewer everything from modern relationships to divisive issues such as selling naming rights to the Great Lakes to a sports-beverage conglomerate.
Genesis cover band The Musical Box faithfully recreates the classic performances of the 1974 album The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, the last recorded with Peter Gabriel at the helm. Mixing costumes, slide projections, outlandish costumes, and visual effects, the show weaves a dreamlike tale of a boy named Rael searching for his brother in a surreal vision of New York, set to complex instrumentation and werewolf-identifying supersonic squeals. With Genesis' original slides and sonics carefully calibrated to recreate the original sound of the album, The Musical Box fashions a multimedia experience as close to the original concerts as possible. The Orbit Room immerses showgoers in an intimate space, with ample standing room facilitating enthusiastic arm waves and spontaneous ribbon dancing.