The Performing Arts Center is known for its small town intimate atmosphere with big city acoustics and performances. Broadway musicals, opera, and plays, classical, folk, and Celtic concerts are presented in each year-round season lineup.
This beaux arts-style building was originally constructed as a school in 1925 following the plans of noted Florida architect Emmett Hull. After the building was no longer used by the school board, the City of Tarpon Springs purchased it and, with the help of historic preservation grants, restored it in 1987 (the City’s centennial year). It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Hours and Admission:
The Performing Arts Center is open one hour prior to performances. Advance reserved seating tickets are available ONLINE anytime, or by calling the Ticket Office between 10 AM and 4 PM weekdays. Call 727-942-5605 for more information.
Parking is free at the Performing Arts Center, there are spaces on all sides of City Hall. The closest spaces to the theater entrance are on Pine Street. The ADA accessible entrance is located on the west side.
Tarpon Springs is located 15 miles north of Clearwater, Florida. Take US Hwy 19 to Tarpon Avenue, go west. Go 0.7 miles to Ring Avenue and turn right. The Performing Arts Center is inside City Hall, which is located at the end of Ring at the corner of Pine Street.
Hearing Assistance Devices are available for all performances. Please call 727-938-1915 or EMAIL in advance.