Parking and Venues
To make your concert experience even easier, The Phoenix Symphony has made special arrangements for prepaid parking options for all Symphony presentations at Symphony Hall. Many of our subscribers enjoy this service, which eliminates the hassle of finding available parking at the time of each concert. Prepaid parking must be purchased at least five business days in advance of desired performance. Parking passes are mailed via USPS. Call 602-495-1999 to purchase your prepaid parking today!
We offer several suggestions for parking in Downtown Phoenix. These include the Hyatt Regency Garage (enter off 2nd Street just north of Adams Street and south of Monroe Street), The Phoenix Convention Center Garage (enter off of 2nd Street just south of Monroe Street), and the Chase Parking Garage on 1st Street between Van Buren Street and Monroe Street (enter from 1st or 2nd Streets). Another option is The East Garage on the corner of Washington and 7th Street (enter off Washington Street.)
Please note The Phoenix Symphony does not own or operate these structures, which fill up quickly. We recommend arriving early to obtain parking.
Consider taking public transportation to avoid the hassle of parking!
When taking the Light Rail to Symphony Hall, the Closest Stops are 3rd Street & Washington (Westbound) and 3rd Street & Jefferson (Eastbound). There are Park & Rides available at 38th Street & Washington or Central Ave & Camelback Road.
Traffic Restrictions in Downtown Phoenix – Week of November 8:
Now thru January 2020 - Cityskate Icerink Closure
Hard close on Central Avenue between Washington and Jefferson Streets.
Central Avenue and McKinley St.
October 31 thru January 15, 2020, work hours are weekdays from 7am - 4pm, restrictions will remain in place 24 hours a day. McKinley will be closed eastbound and westbound from Central Ave. with local access maintained from 1st Ave to 1st Street. Road restrictions will be in place on Central from Fillmore to Garfield Streets. Business and pedestrian access will be maintained.
5th Street between Jefferson and Washington
November 4 thru November 12, work hours are weeknights from 7pm – 6am Monday-Thursday, two lanes will be maintained on Washington Street and one lane will be maintained on 5th Street. Business and pedestrian access to be maintained on 5th Street and Washington Street
The Collier Center
Ongoing thru February 2020, north lane of Jefferson restricted from 3rd St. to 5th St.; the west lane of 3rd St. from Washington to Jefferson
Ongoing thru the end of construction Fall 2020, Polk St. closed from Central to 1st St.
Phoenix Convention Center Shoring Wall
Ongoing thru November 2020, the sidewalks are closed on north side of Washington St. from 3rd St. to 5th St, the east side of 3rd St. from Washington to Adams St., and the west side of 5th St. from Washington to Adams.
October 8 – December 31, 2019, the westbound lane of Adams St. is closed from 1st St. to 2nd St.
Suggested Travel Routes
The best way to travel east and west through downtown is Van Buren, Fillmore, and Lincoln. For north south travel, we suggest using 7th St., 1st St., 3rd Ave. (northbound only), and 7th Ave.
- Symphony Hall
- Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
- Mesa Arts Center
- Mesa Amphitheatre:
Effective October 1, 2018, the Mesa Amphitheatre has implemented a clear bag policy. Under this policy, attendees will be permitted to bring with them a clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bag that does not exceed 12" x 6" x 12" (such as a Ziploc or Hefty bag). Small clutch bags, not to exceed 4.5" x 6.5" (approximately the size of a hand) with or without a handle or strap, also can be taken into the venue, and will be inspected by security prior to entering. Exceptions will be made for approved medical bags or equipment, which will be inspected and tagged by security prior to entering
- Musical Instrument Museum
- Camelback Bible Church
- Camelback SDA
- Saint Thomas Aquinas
- Pinnacle Presbyterian Church
- Orpheum Theatre