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About ASU Gammage Auditorium

Gammage Memorial Auditorium

Gammage Memorial Auditorium is a performing arts venue on the campus of Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. The venue was designed by famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright and named after former university president Grady Grammar. The Gammage Memorial Auditorium has been used to host a variety of events, including a Presidential debate. It first opened in 1964 and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For events of all kinds, Gammage Memorial Auditorium has a capacity of just over 3,000 people.

Where are the Best Places to Sit at Gammage Memorial Auditorium

The grand tier section is the best place to see a show at Gammage Memorial Auditorium. While this section isn’t necessarily close to the stage, it offers the best sightlines and a great view of the stage. There is also a pit area for people who want to be as close to the performance as possible. However, the pit section and most of the seats in rows 3-15 of the orchestra section in the lower level are considered VIP sections, so tickets can be a little more difficult to find. Fortunately, most seats in the balcony still offer a great view of the performance.

Tips for Visiting Gammage Memorial Auditorium 

Parking can be limited at Gammage Memorial Auditorium, especially for people who arrive a little late for a show. The venue suggests that guests try to arrive at least an hour before the start of the performance. If you don’t arrive at least an hour ahead of time, the Maroon Garage is the best option to park quickly. The good news is that the lobby of Gammage Memorial Auditorium is an art gallery, so there is plenty to do while waiting for the show to start. There are also some places worth visiting on the Arizona State campus.

Food to Try at Gammage Memorial Auditorium

The lobby of Gammage Memorial Auditorium also includes the Portico Patio, which is a snack stand that opens 90 minutes before the start of every show. Portico Patio offers gourmet sandwiches and wraps, as well as other snacks. Visitors can also find beer, wine, cocktails, coffee, and soda. There is also a cocktail bar within the Gammage Memorial Auditorium called The Wright Place, which has a handful of different martinis to enjoy. Finally, the lobby of the venue also has Red Carpet Coffee and Treats, which serves gourmet coffee and fancy desserts.



Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Gammage Memorial Auditorium located?

Gammage Memorial Auditorium is located on the campus of Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.

What kind of events does Gammage Memorial Auditorium host?

At Gammage Memorial Auditorium, performing arts, presidential debates, and other events are what you’ll find.

Where can I park for free at Gammage Memorial Auditorium?

There is are a few official parking lots available for Gammage Memorial Auditorium events. Parking prices vary, be sure to double-check and book your spot before the event.  

What is the seating capacity of Gammage Memorial Auditorium?

Gammage Memorial Auditorium events can accommodate up to 3,000 cheering fans. 

Who owns Gammage Memorial Auditorium?

Gammage Memorial Auditorium is owned by Arizona State University.

How do I get to Gammage Memorial Auditorium using public transport?

Fans wishing to reach Gammage Memorial Auditorium events on public transport are in luck. Gammage Memorial Auditorium’s central location makes it easily accessible on the bus and by Taxi.