Lancaster Performing Arts Center
In 1989, the Lancaster City Council voted to build a cultural center for the citizens of its city and their surrounding communities. In tandem with this, The Lancaster Performing Arts Center Foundation was established for the purpose of providing capital, equipment, performance enhancements, and financial support for the Arts for Youth program.
Two years later, on November 22, 1991, the City of Lancaster opened the Lancaster Performing Arts Center; its premier performance space for city-sponsored entertainment events, as well as local music, dance and theater groups.
The Lancaster Performing Arts Center is currently celebrating its 31st Season, and has become the largest performing arts facility in the northernmost part of Los Angeles County, most commonly known as the Antelope Valley. The success of the Lancaster Performing Arts Center is in large part thanks to the generous contributions of its supporters.
The Lancaster Performing Arts Center is a proud partner of The BLVD Cultural District.
Mission Statement: The Lancaster Performing Arts Center is dedicated to creating dynamic experiences through a broad spectrum of quality and engaging performances, and promoting education through the arts; strengthening community by embracing the culture and diversity in the Antelope Valley and enriching the quality of life of our residents; and supporting economic vitality in our community.