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ASU Gammage

You don’t have to be in New York to enjoy great performances. ASU Gammage, considered by many to be the crowning jewel of ASU’s Tempe campus, is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s last designs. Wright designed the building to be as acoustically perfect as possible. This means that every seat is a great seat for the many PROGRESSIVE Broadway Across America — Arizona series performances and performing arts groups on stage throughout the year. ASU students are eligible for discounts for select performances.

ASU Gammage is also the location for many university traditions and special graduation celebrations at the close of each semester.

Constructed in 1964, the building is named for Grady Gammage, the legendary ASU president who led Arizona State College’s victorious campaign in the state legislature for a name change to Arizona State University in 1958.

More Information about this building

Street Address

1200 S. Forest Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85281

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