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The Hive is a mainstay on Beaver Street. It is where locals come for the loud music and strong drinks. The venue functions as a gallery as well. Every night there is a different band on stage and if you want to buy some art while you enjoy the sound, all proceeds support local talent. The music varies from punk and pop to rockabilly and thrash metal as well as everything in-between.
Heritage Square is an outdoor plaza with an amphitheater that holds concerts, plays and other events throughout the year in historic downtown Flagstaff. The Heritage Square Trust maintains this 11,000-sq. ft. plaza and as a benevolent organization it provides free events to the public in what the trust calls the "community's living room." The 1200-seat amphitheater is the centerpiece of the plaza and during the year visitors can always see something new. From the summer concert series with plays and music as diverse as jazz and Celtic rock, its a great place to catch an eclectic performance.
With an intimate seating arrangement for 1,330, the Ardrey Auditorium is one of the best places to catch some culture in Northern Arizona, where no seat is a bad one. Whether it's dance, opera, orchestra, pop music, or performance art, you'll find something to suit your taste. The building is located on the Northern Arizona University campus and throughout the year, it plays host to the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, the NAU Orchestra, the Master Chorale of Flagstaff and other student oriented groups.
Located near the Fort Tuthill County Park, the Pepsi Amphitheater is the largest outdoor amphitheater in Northern Arizona. With the general admission of 2100 (on the lawn) and 650 seats for the orchestra, this theater comes alive throughout the year with its shows. To provide premier names for the concerts in this amphitheater, Coconino County has joined hands with the historic Orpheum Theatre. You can also rent it for corporate functions, weddings and other events.