All performances begin promptly at 8 p.m.
English: March 25–27, and Tues–Sat, March 31–April 4. (No performances on Sun. & Mon.)
Spanish: Sat, March 28.
ASL: Wed –Sat, March 25-28
The Pageant stage is erected each year at the west end of the lawn that is north of the Mesa Arizona Temple Visitors’ Center. Audience members sit in the grass “bowl” on the north side of the Visitors’ Center.
525 East Main St., Mesa, AZ 85204.
Admission is free, and no donations are accepted. There are no tickets required. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints presents the Pageant as an Easter celebration and a gift to the community.
It is recommended to arrive at least two to three hours early. While you are waiting, you are invited to step inside the visitor’s center to view the majestic “Christus” statue and enjoy free guided tours, short film presentations, and wonderful displays and exhibits. The visitors’ center will be open before and after the Pageant.
There are a limited number of headsets with Spanish and English translation. These can be checked out, free of charge, at the kiosk booths outside the Visitors’ Center.
Parking is available on streets surrounding the Temple and Visitors’ Center property, as well as on side streets.
Seating is strictly first-come, first-served, with no general reserved seating. There is seating (metal chairs) available for about 9,500 people. You may want to bring a blanket to put on the chairs as the metal can get cold at night. Also, audience members are welcome to bring their own blankets and lawn chairs to sit on if there is free grass space.
Seat reservation cards are available on a limited basis for guests who wish to enter the Visitors Center before the Pageant. Those who use this privilege should return to their seats no later than 7:30 pm. Other efforts to reserve general seating are not permitted. Reserved seating located on the southwest side of the general seating area will be available during the first three performance for guests needing American Sign Language translation. Wheelchair access and seating will be available every evening on the southeast side of the general seating area.