Entertainment OpportunitiesVistancia residents find themselves surrounded by various entertainment opportunities, from athletics to shopping, dining to performance arts. Here's a sampling of what you'll find nearby.
Spring Training BaseballEach spring, Major League Baseball invades the Phoenix Valley for spring training. The city of Peoria plays host to two teams, the San Diego Padres and the Seattle Mariners. These two teams share the Peoria Sports Complex, which hosts a variety of other events and programs throughout the year, as well. Learn more about spring training in Peoria.
Professional SportsVistancia residents are within a 45-minute drive of numerous professional sports. The Arizona Cardinals (football) play at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, conveniently located adjacent to the Arizona Coyotes' (hockey) home base at Gila River.
Travel a bit further to downtown Phoenix, and you'll discover Talking Stick Resort Arena, home to the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury (basketball), as well as the Arizona Rattlers (arena football). The Arizona Diamondbacks home at Chase Field is also located downtown.
Shopping & DiningWhile there are a plethora of shopping and dining options available in Peoria and around the Valley, the P83 Entertainment District acts as a central hub for fun and excitement. Filled with restaurants, stores, hotels, theaters, a skating rink and more, this is a one-stop destination for those looking to enjoy a night on the town.
Those who enjoy live performing arts have options of their own for entertainment in the surrounding area. The Peoria Center for the Performing Arts offers a variety of concerts, theater productions and special events throughout the year.
Venture out into the Valley and discover an abundance of other options. PHX Stages is a great resource for theater lovers. Fans of concerts, comedy shows and other national touring acts can watch the schedules for major event venues such as Ak-Chin Pavilion, Gila River Arena, Talking Stick Resort Arena and Comerica Theatre.
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