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)
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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
What's on at Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC)
One of the world's oldest surviving ballets follows a young Scotsman and his heartbreaking fall for a Sylph—which, for those of you who aren't Greek mythologists, is a spirit of the air. Danced by the gravity-defying performers of the Los Angeles Ballet,...