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Though it sits on the University of Arizona campus, Centennial Hall has a long history of presenting performing arts to the people of Tucson. Unlike many other performing arts centers, this esteemed venue schedules a variety of performances, including orchestral concerts, performances by mainstream musicians, instrumentalists, acrobats, international musicians, and much more. Centennial Hall has become the most diverse and popular performing arts venue in Tucson, leading audiences to return for tickets month after month.
Centennial Hall was built in 1937 and was intended to exclusively serve as a venue for student musicians and singing groups. As the college grew, public musicians were scheduled to perform and, years later, the calendar began to offer tickets for more unorthodox performances that the public craved. Centennial Hall became the premier performing events venue in all of Tucson, growing into a huge theater with a 5,000 square foot stage, 2,454 plush seats, and superior acoustics. The hall now features performers of nearly every variety and delights students of U of A, as well as Tucson residents, on a weekly basis.
The performance schedule at Centennial Hall should be seen to be believed, so check it above and buy tickets for select performances right here on Eventful.
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