Crescent Ballroom

308 N 2nd Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States
+1 602-716-2222
Hours of Operation : Mon Tue Wed: 11:00 - 1:00; Thu Fri: 11:00 - 2:00; Sat: 17:00 - 2:00; Sun: 17:00 - 1:00
Price : $$ (Moderate)
Capacity : 550

About Crescent Ballroom

A respected Southwestern restaurant/bar/lounge by day, soundtracked with free live music daily, the “Crescent Ballroom” turns into an iconic and versatile indie venue by night. One of Phoenix’s few early 20th Century commercial buildings, invites with an intimate, friendly and innovative ambiance embedded in hardwood floors, exposed red brick and vaulted ceilings, attracting a cool hipster energy to the downtown scene.

Whatever sound your heart is beating to, be it local or national, Indie or iconic, Hardcore or Hip Hop, eclectic or Experimental – you’ll definitely find it at this club. Expect a “who’s who” of indie tastemakers, folk troubadours and art rock icons live over a crystal-clear soundsystem: Built to Spill, King Khan & The Shrines, Meat Puppets, Devendra Banhart, Cold War Kids and Billy Bragg have exposed their talents here before. If you’re not going much for the live-thing, you can enjoy the venue on one of its many event nights.

Thanks to a very friendly price policy you can watch your favorite bands without breaking the band or even afford experimenting with bands you haven’t heard before. And if you can’t get a ticket at all, you can still enjoy the music from the separate lounge, indulging in some delicious treats, or from the outdoor seating area, watching people from one of the cool long community tables. Nice.

The full-sized bar is staffed with friendly and knowledgeable bartenders, who get pretty busy during their Happy Hour, but can mix anything from generic to house specialty drinks – the Honey Badger is a must! Safety Tip: Don’t order a “Fru-Fru” cocktail during the show, the bartender will rightfully scowl at you!

It’s cosy, it’s personal, it’s awesome.


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Dress Code: Club Attire







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