Enjoy a FREE Evening of Ballet:
September 22 – Estrella Lakeside Amphitheater, Goodyear
September 23 – Fountain Park, Fountain Hills
September 24 – Steele Indian School Park, Phoenix (IMPORTANT: Parking options have changed. See information below)
September 29 – Tempe Center for the Arts Amphitheater, Tempe
September 30 – Beardsley Park, Sun City West
All Performances begin at 7:00 PM
Parking at Steele Indian School Park
Overflow parking for Ballet Under the Stars is available at the Phoenix Renews lot, located on the northeast corner of Central Avenue and Indian School Road. Police officers will direct you off Central Avenue. Please do NOT use the VA Hospital or the North High School lots, as they are not available this year. Click here for a map of the area.
Free and open to the public, Ballet Under the Stars allows Arizona communities to enjoy dance in a unique outdoor setting complete with a stage, lighting, costumes, and beautiful Arizona weather. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy a varied program, ranging from classical to contemporary. You won’t want to miss this perfect show for the entire family – it is a great way to introduce ballet to your children for the first time!
Learn How to Support This Wonderful Program!
A rare gift is given to the widespread Valley community each year: the gift of beautiful ballet performed outdoors “under the stars” – FOR FREE – in parks around the Valley and beyond!
For many Valley residents, their very first exposure to live professional ballet is Ballet Under the Stars. You may even know a child who has participated in the Class Act program and danced on stage during the intermission of a Ballet Under the Stars performance.
Will you consider supporting Ballet Under the Stars and the expenses of bringing a live ballet production into a park? Expenses include dancers, costumes, and music royalties, in addition to the stage and lighting required. Each performance costs nearly $50,000!
Please consider making a gift to Ballet Under the Stars here and help continue this special tradition of bringing families and friends together in parks across the Valley – and beyond – to enjoy an evening of ballet. And please tell your family, friends, and neighbors to attend in a nearby location… They can thank YOU for helping to bring it to the stage!