Yep, it's Arizona Stadium. By my count, there are four original ARIZONA inscriptions on the west, east and south sides of the stadium. The one I shot faces west and is semi-concealed by trees. The photos above highlight the tussle between old and new at the stadium--what A Guide to Tucson Architecture called a "complex" array of "diverse functions and facilities." That's a nice way of saying that, like my wardrobe, not everything goes together.
If I have my chronology right, the beautiful scrollwork framing the arched central entrance was created when 18,000 square feet of space was enclosed after the original 1929 construction. The Guide calls it Mission Revival. Not so beautiful--the thrusting access ramp. Probably courtesy of the 1965 addition of 10,000 seats to the west side of the stadium. We'll call it Sidewalk Revival. And the wrap-around conduits? Let's dub that My Father-in-Law's Yankee Know-how Revival. On the positive side, check out those piers, also a modern addition. The tops and bottom of the structures seem to magically balance on pinpoints. Impressive, and, lit correctly, you've got a great noir light-and-shadows thing going, maybe with Robert Mitchum or Sterling Hayden lurking in the darkness.
As locations go, Arizona Stadium has something for everyone, but I'd give $50 to purge that entrance of its 60s gee-gaws.