Recently went to the Phoenix Symphony for the first time. It can be a little tricky to find with all of the construction, one-way streets and light rail tracks. The best advice I could give is that it is directly across from the main entrance of the Hyatt in downtown Phoenix (the one with the circular restaurant on top). Just south of the Hyatt is a parking garage that charged $12 (pretty reasonable for downtown) the night we were there.
Having never been to this symphony hall, I debated for a while where to sit. I finally chose the cheapest option, I think $22/seat, that was located in the back on either side. It was a great view and am very happy I went with the more economical option. According to the seating chart, a few seats in on our row was $10 more a ticket and a few rows up was even more than that. Being in any of those seats would not have added much to our experience.
Consider getting the cheap seats and saving your money for dinner before the symphony.
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