Ballet Under the Stars returns to Valley with 4 free performances this month

Sep 1, 2022, 4:05 AM | Updated: 7:30 am

(Ballet Arizona Photo)...

(Ballet Arizona Photo)

(Ballet Arizona Photo)

PHOENIX — Ballet Arizona is putting on free outdoor performances at four Valley locations this month.

Ballet Under the Stars, presented by Ballet Arizona, will bring a live show to Fountain Hills, Glendale, Phoenix and Goodyear.

The performances are slated to begin at 7 p.m. from Sept. 8 – 11.

All community members are invited to attend and are encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chair to watch the dance performance outdoors.

Guests can expect to see an outdoor setting with a stage, lighting and costumes.

Here’s the performance schedule for Ballet Under the Stars:

    • September 8 at Fountain Park in Fountain Hills
    • September 9 at Sahuaro Ranch Historic Park in Glendale
    • September 10 at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix
    • September 11 at Estrella Lakeside Amphitheater in Goodyear

Costs of Ballet Arizona’s park performance near $50,000, with sponsors covering expenses, including dancers, costumes and music royalties.

The outdoor event is sponsored by various communities, including Estrella, Desert Diamond Casino, the city of Goodyear and Grand Canyon University.

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Ballet Under the Stars returns to Valley with 4 free performances this month