- $10 for one general-admission ticket (up to $29.50 value)
- $18 for two general-admission tickets (up to $59 value)
- $39 for one VIP ticket for front seating plus a meet and greet (up to $87 value)
- $62 for a VIP table for four plus one bottle of wine and a meet and greet (up to $157 value)
- $69 for two VIP tickets for front seating plus a meet and greet (up to $174 value)
Klymaxx featuring Cheryl Cooley
- “The Men All Pause[d]“: when this all-female band picked up their instruments and unleashed their 1981 debut, Never Underestimate the Power of a Woman
- “Meeting in the Ladies Room”: the funky 1984 hit single and album that established Klymaxx as the first (and still the only) self-contained female R&B/pop band to achieve platinum status
- “I Miss You”: the pathos-packed musical equivalent of a breakup letter mailed in a copy of Old Yeller; it became the 3rd biggest-selling song of 1986 and what fans cry-sang to themselves as they yearned for Klymaxx to return
- “Divas Need Love Too”: which is why original guitarist Cheryl Cooley and her fellow “Wild Girls” are embarking on the Back on Top tour, adding a splash of sensuality (and humor) to their tightly choreographed set of their biggest hits
- “Man Size Love”: from the evening’s opening acts, including Grammy-winning vocal group The Manhattans (“Kiss and Say Goodbye”), The Floaters (“Float On”), and comedian Freeman Brown
Arizona Event Center
Wanting to see more art, music, and entertainment in their town, a few local businessmen decided to take matters into their own hands and build a venue flexible enough to host all three. Their creation—the 30,000 square foot Arizona Event Center—boasts three stages between the back theater and front pavilion, comfortably hosting up to 4,000 guests at any given time. They rent the versatile space out for concerts, sporting events, trade shows, comedy nights, and even weddings, enhancing each experience with a professional lighting and sound system.
While the place itself is already impressive, the owners supplement its intrinsic charms with local business partnerships. The Mesa Police Department oversees certain security duties, liquor and energy drink companies supply complementary goods as advertisements, visitors are served food, snacks, and drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and Clean Air Cab makes sure that plenty of vehicles are on hand to ferry away partiers who took advantage of the full bar or donated their rides to a monster truck rally.