Ballet Under the Stars 2017 Schedule
Enjoy FREE Dance Performances:
September 21 – Beardsley Park, Sun City West
September 22 – Fountain Park, Fountain Hills
September 23 – Steele Indian School Park, Phoenix
September 28 – Tempe Center for the Arts Amphitheater, Tempe
September 30 – Estrella Lakeside Amphitheater, Goodyear
All Performances begin at 7:00 PM
Join us September 21 – 30 as we kick off the season with free events & dance performances for the whole family in Phoenix and across the Valley. During our annual Ballet Under the Stars program, you’ll have a chance to see encores of George Balanchine’s “Square Dance” and “Western Symphony”. Don’t miss ballet performances in Phoenix, Tempe, Goodyear, Sun City & Fountain Hills this September.
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!