Just Booked
Artists

Jan 25: Five For Fighting
with String Quartet
And
Feb 25: Jake Shimabukuro

 









Sat · Oct 14 · 11am

 

2017-2018
Season

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The heart of a vibrant cultural arts community

The Mission of Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center is to offer a broad range of arts opportunities and experience to engage our diverse community.
Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center is an independent, 501(c)3 nonprofit cultural arts organization, and all gifts are tax-deductible. 501(c)(3) nonprofit Tax ID #68-0419182

What’s New with Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center?

To read more news about us, please visit our news page.

Celebrate Native American Culture

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In 1968, the fourth Friday in September was designated Native American Day in California by Governor Ronald Reagan. This year it will be celebrated at the Bankhead with two events….

A Brilliant Night!

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The Bankhead Theater launched the 11th Season of the LVPAC Presents series with the second annual “Brilliance at the Bankhed” Gala featuring the Grammy Award-Winning Indigo Girls accompanied by our…

Joan Osborne Interview

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Joan Osborne Sings “Songs of Bob Dylan” at the Bankhead … with Will Champlin In an interview with RIFF Magazine, Joan Osborne talks about the road that led to her…

Can’t Miss This!

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When people drive down Railroad Avenue now, it will be hard to miss the location of the Bankhead Theater!  Thanks to the creativity of graphic designer Andrew Edwards, eight large…

Recent Event Photos

To see more photos from our past events, please visit our photo gallery.
New Orleans Mardi Gras Bash – 2017

On February 4, 2017 we celebrated into the night with the Mardi Gras Bash to benefit the Bothwell Arts Center.

Brilliance at the Bankhead
September 10, 2016

Featuring Judy Collins with Livermore Amador Symphony

Summer of Fun with LVPAC

We had so many exciting programs happening at the Bankhead and the Bothwell this summer.  From Well Strung to Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre’s production of Disney’s Mary Poppins to teen idol David Cassidy, there really was something for everyone.  Art camps at the Bothwell Arts Center and Adventures in Writing all were full of energy.

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Below are markers for our three facilities. For more information about how to find our performing arts center or how to contact us, visit our contact page.