|This article is outdated. (February 2011)|
Photo of the North East side of the Marquee Theatre
|Address||730 North Mill Avenue
Tempe, Arizona 85281
|Owner||Lucky Man Concerts|
|Seating type||Festival Seating|
Marquee Theatre is a small-sized music venue in Tempe, Arizona. The theater sits on the north side of Tempe Town Lake near the Mill Avenue Bridge, at the intersection of Mill Avenue and Washington Street, the primary business and entertainment district in Tempe.
The Marquee originally opened in 1993 as "the Red River Opry" and catered for country music. New ownership took over in the early 2000s, changed the name and removed the seats. The Marquee is currently owned and operated by Lucky Man Concerts. The theater features festival seating and the back of the house is approximately 80 feet from the stage. It is open to all ages and alcoholic beverages are served with proper ID. Due to the Arizona smoking laws, there is no smoking permitted inside but a large outdoor patio is provided. The theater is popular with the students of nearby Arizona State University and caters to the college-age demographic.
- Larry Crowley, "The Red River's Maiden Voyage...", Phoenix New Times.
- Official Facebook Page
- Lucky Man Concerts Official Site for show times and tickets
- Arizona Central venue guide
- Phoenix New Times venue guide
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