Arizona Federal Credit Union announced today they are taking over the name-in-title of Comerica Theatre

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Arizona Federal Credit Union announced today they are taking over the name-in-title of Live Nation’s Theatre located in the heart of downtown Phoenix. Formally known as Comerica Theatre, the venue will now be called Arizona Federal Theatre. The Theatre has presented some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry including David Bowie, Michael Buble, Robert Plant, Stevie Nicks, Janet Jackson, Alice Cooper, Tim McGraw, Ellen DeGeneres, Chelsea Handler, Dave Chappelle, Kevin Hart, Jay-Z, Maluma, Banda MS and Michelle Obama.

After 84 years of serving the financial needs of Valley families, Arizona Federal has broadened their strategy to serve the needs of small businesses through the recent acquisition of Pinnacle Bank. The Theatre and partnership with Live Nation provides a unique avenue to bring additional visibility to the Arizona Federal brand as they expand their services.

“We’re excited to add Live Nation to our growing list of partners, including Phoenix Rising, Arizona Humane Society, and The 100 Club of Arizona, among many others,” said Ronald Westad, president/CEO of Arizona Federal Credit Union. “Together we’re committed to creating a vibrant and active community here in the Valley.”

“It was clear from the first conversation we had with Arizona Federal Credit Union that they share in our commitment to deliver incredible experiences that bring the Phoenix community together,” said Andy Peikon, senior vice president of Live Nation venue sales operations. “With that in mind, we couldn’t be more pleased to partner with their team and infuse their voice into our powerful assets to help them connect with live music fans.”

The Theatre opened April 2002 with sold out shows by Harry Connick Jr and Jerry Seinfeld.  A unique design allows it to present large arena shows along with smaller intimate productions. Since it opened, the theatre has presented over 2,000 music, comedy, family and theatrical shows with over 4 million fans attending. Its versatility allows it to host private corporate events, graduations and Championship MMA & Boxing matches annually.


Dec 20-22: Cirque Dreams Holidaze: Iconic Family Holiday Spectacular – 4 Shows!
Dec 26: A Charlie Brown Christmas
Dec 31: Brian Regan
Jan 17: The Temptations & The Four Tops
Feb 1: Angela Aguilar
Feb 8: Dermot Kennedy
Feb 15: Sarah McLachlan: An Intimate Evening of Songs and Storytelling
Feb 22: Bill Maher
Mar 21: Iliza Shlesinger
Mar 22: Prince Royce
Mar 27: Dancing With The Stars – Live Tour 2020
Apr 21: Cody Ko & Noel Miller: Tiny Meat Gang
Apr 25 & 26: Paw Patrol Live!: Race to the Rescue
Apr 27: In This Moment and Black Veil Brides w/ DED and Raven Black
Apr 28: Little Big Town w/ Caitlyn Smith
May 10: Earth, Wind & Fire
Jun 13: AJR
Jun 25: Hillsong Worship “Awake Tour”

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