Built in 1926, the 1600-capacity Aztec Theatre is a prominent case of the noteworthy colorful topic film royal residences developed in the United States amid the financial blast of the 1920s. It is enriched with dynamically shaded segments, figures, furniture and wall paintings, huge numbers of which are credible multiplications of Meso-American ancient rarities. A massive two-ton chandelier dominates the theater lobby. The chandelier was installed the same day the stock market crashed in 1929.
In September of 2013, PHH Entertainment Ventures LLC signed a long-term lease to turn the Aztec into a multi-purpose entertainment facility. After over $8 million in privately funded renovations, the Aztec re-opened its doors in February 2014 and has hosted such acts as Buddy Guy, Drive-By Truckers, George Thorogood and the Destroyers, Limp Bizkit, Kenny Wayne Sheppard, The Bad Plus, and more.
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