There’s so much to see when you visit our campus. Check out our stunning venues and discover the variety of spaces that house our performances.
Millennial® Choirs & Orchestras proudly presents Star of Night. Featuring a stunning musical force of hundreds of musicians, including the remarkable Youth Choirs, the elegant Grand Chorus, and the superb Symphony Orchestra, this concert will bring the magic of Christmas to your heart and inspire your soul.
Ring in the holiday season with us this year at the next Silent Night Silent Disco! Whether you love the holiday classics or Top 40, The Silent DJs will have you rockin’ around the dance floor all night long!
SoCal’s favorite holiday tradition returns with American Ballet Theatre’s critically acclaimed production of The Nutcracker. Alexei Ratmansky choreographed this dazzling holiday treat featuring ABT’s roster of superstar dancers along with gorgeous sets and costumes by Tony winner Richard Hudson, and Pacific Symphony playing Tchaikovsky’s timeless score.
There are good concerts, great concerts, excellent concerts and then there is this not to be missed concert. Grammy Award winning Mavis Staples and rising star Kandace Springs join forces for an incredible night of music. The artists will bring the house down with their outstanding vocals that blend soul, jazz, and pop for this one-night-only special event.
Chita Rivera makes her way to the Center as a highly decorated and well-respected Broadway icon. The triple threat originated many iconic roles that you get the chance to experience live!
Best known for originating Anita in West Side Story, Chita Rivera received the Lifetime Achievement Tony Award in 2018 and even has a Broadway and off-Broadway awards show, The Chita Rivera Awards for Dance and Choreography, named after her. She became the first Hispanic woman to be awarded the Kennedy Center Honor Award in 2002 and went on to be recognized for her fabulous contributions as a singer, dancer, and actress in 2009 by being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Plan your visit
We’re committed to making your time at the Center an exceptional and delightful experience from the moment you step foot on our campus. Check out some additional information to make your visit to the Center as smooth as possible.
We are committed to making our venues accessible to all. We offer many services for patrons with disabilities like wheelchair locations, assistive listening devices, large print programs, binoculars, Open Captioning, ASL Interpretation and Audio Description.
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