Venues and Facilities
ASU Herberger Institute School of Music, Dance and Theatre facilities are among the best-designed in the nation.
Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium stands as one of ASU’s most beautiful landmarks. Best known as the last major architectural design of Frank Lloyd Wright, the auditorium was completed in 1964 and dedicated with an inaugural concert given by the Philadelphia Orchestra under Eugene Ormandy. It is named after Dr. Grady Gammage, president of ASU from 1933 to 1959.Rising eight stories above the ground, the 3000-seat performance hall offers three levels of seating, with the furthest seat only 115 feet from the stage. The acoustics are well balanced, and the design of the grand tier assures an even flow of sound to every seat. Within the circular structure of the building, classrooms and offices, as well as stage and working areas are housed.
ASU Gammage Box Office is
open 10 a.m.–6 p.m. M–F.
Summer hours (Memorial Day through Labor Day) 10 a.m.–5 p.m. M–Th; and 2 hours prior to events
ASU Gammage Box Office
PO Box 870105
Tempe, AZ 85287-0105