The Tuacahn Amphitheatre is a 1920-seat open-air amphitheatre. It consists of three sections of seating (Left, Right, Center) with 32 rows A (front) - FF (rear). Entrance to the amphitheater is from the rear, requiring all patrons to descend the stairs toward their seats. Patrons with limited mobility are encouraged to sit near the top (rear) of the amphitheater. There is extra leg room on row O which is sometimes used during the productions when actors walk through the audience. Wheelchair accessible seating is available on the back row (FF) only. The stage has a concrete subfloor with a concrete pass-under tunnel to get from stage left to stage right out of view of the audience. The rear of the stage is open to expose the desertscape and red rock cliffs behind the stage which contains lighting, sound, pyrotechnical, and water effects installations. The area behind the stage is a mixture of natural stone and naturally colored concrete. This concrete riverbed was installed during initial construction to facilitate a massive 55,000 gallon flood of water that comes from the back of the canyon and across the stage toward the audience. The Amphitheatre stage is 80 feet wide and 40 feet deep.
Daytime Amphitheatre Rental Rate - $2,750.00
Evening Amphitheatre Rental Rate - $4,750.00
The rental of this facility includes:
- One Tuacahn employee present for tech support.
- One Tuacahn employee present from the maitenance/custodial department.
- One Tuacahn employee present from hospitality.
- Two microphones.
- Basic sound equipment.
- Basic lights. (Single wash, not included in daytime rental)