Symphony Hall and Terrace is located in Phoenix, Arizona and is home to the Phoenix Symphony and the Arizona Opera. The hall hosts many theater and musical events throughout the year and many special events are held outside on the Symphony Terrace.
Many Broadway productions have been performed in the hall since its opening in 1947, along with well known performers. Originally the hall only performed a small amount of concerts each year, these days over 300,000 people attend more then 200 performances each year.
The symphony presents many different programs each year, from classic, symphony pop, and chamber orchestra and family presentations. There is no dress code to attend a performance at the hall, although many dress in evening attire to have that special feeling that they are off for an evening at 'the theater'.
Special seating is provided for those attending performances who are disabled. Parents are encouraged to bring their children to performances that are held during the family concert series.
Located on the terrace is the Peacock Fountain which is one of the most photographed attractions in Arizona.
To ensure that all visitors enjoy their night at the symphony guest's area asked to turn off all cell phones and pagers and to refrain from disrupting other patrons enjoying the performance.