Take a walk around Tempe Town Lake
Tempe Town Lake is a great place to take a walk, bike, or jog. It's a terrific place to watch the sunset. The lake was created by damming the Salt River in 1980 and provides recreation opportunities for residents of Tempe and nearby cities. The lake is about 2,000 acres and has nine miles of shoreline. There are several parks around the lake with trails for walking and biking.
Grab a drink and enjoy some music at Low Key Piano Bar
There are so many things to do and see in Tempe that you can't fit it all in one day. But if you're looking for a low-key activity, swing by one of our favorite bars.
Low Key Piano Bar is a great place to grab a drink and enjoy live music. Low Key Piano Bar is one of the best bars in Tempe because they have live music every night. If you're looking for a place to grab drinks and enjoy some music, this is the perfect spot.
Visit Gamage Auditorium
Watching a show at the Gamage Tempe is an unforgettable experience. The audience is so close to the stage that you can feel the energy of every song.
The venue itself is very beautiful and it has a great sound system, which makes it perfect for concerts. The acoustics are on point and you can hear every note of the music, even from outside. There's always something going on at this venue, whether it's a concert or a Broadway show. It's worth checking out if you're in town.
ASU Gammage is a performing arts center on the campus of Arizona State University. It has a seating capacity of over 6,000 people and is the largest proscenium theater in the United States. ASU Gammage was built in 1967 by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright and is named after former university president Grady Gammage. The theater has hosted performances from many famous artists, including Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Elton John, Queen Latifah and more.