best value, best price and most varied artists for a new center. The acoustics are the best. doesn't matter if you like country, dance, orchestra, jazz, or theatre, you will see it here! and parking is only $6.00 with a free shuttle right to the door. I don't have to drive downtown anymore and the ushers are outstanding
Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC)
Photograph: Courtesy VPAC
Time Out says
San Fernando Valley's $125 million glass-paneled theater, located on the Cal State Northridge campus, opened in 2011 with a high-profile performance by the Moscow Symphony. The 1,700-seat hall continues to function as the area's main arts hub with year-round dance, theater, classical and world music programming.
Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC) 18111 Nordhoff St