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The Arizona Entertainment Network is your guide for hospitality, fun and entertainment in Arizona. Find your favorite Arizona Restaurant, Arizona Night Club.

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A guide to museums throughout Arizona.

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Your guide to entertainment in Arizona from azcentral.com

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Professional baseball has had a presence in Arizona since the early 1900’s when minor league teams frequently stopped in Arizona to play exhibition games before their regular season.

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Located in Downtown Phoenix, Chase Field (formerly Bank One Ballpark) opened in the spring of 1998, built as a multipurpose facility to house Arizona’s first Major League Baseball team, the Arizona Diamondbacks, and to host large-scale events.

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The Comerica Theatre is a state of the art entertainment venue designed specifically for concerts, Broadway shows, family stage shows, boxing, and convention meetings. Our seating can vary from 1,900 to 5,000 for concerts, 5,500 for sporting or corporate events, and with innovative moving sidewalls, provides an intimate setting for proscenium events.

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We are your one-stop information source for everything that’s happening in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona — from events and hot deals to the latest news. We’ve provided additional useful resources for you, such as maps, and light rail and parking information, as well as urban living options.

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Located in Glendale and built in 2003, the Glendale Arena hosts the NHL and NLL as well as major concerts and theatrical productions.

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The 2001 World Series Champions.

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A 1968 expansion team, the Suns are Arizona’s first major sports franchise.

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