Marquee Theatre in Tempe to partially reopen in December
PHOENIX — After closing in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, Tempe’s Marquee Theatre is set to partially reopen in December.
The theater announced on Friday that a dine-in concert series will feature the likes of Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, Authority Zero, Geoff Tate (Official), Buckcherry, Yächtley Crëw, Steel Panther and The Iron Maidens.
Tributed performances will include The Atomic Punks (Van Halen), Super Diamond (Neil Diamond) and No Quarter (Led Zeppelin).
The events will be seated with each section or “POD” which will be spaced six apart from each other under COVID-19 protocols.
POD sizes vary in size and can hold six, eight or 10 guests at a time.
However, no individual tickets will be sold.
Food will be served from Hot Bamboo and drinks will be served from the bar at Marquee Theatre.
All events will be 100% cashless, with all purchases being made available through a mobile payment option that is brought to your table.
More information on the events, as well as where to purchase tickets, can be found online.
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