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Oxnard Performing Arts Center

As one of the larger theaters in western Ventura County, the Oxnard Performing Arts & Convention Center provides outstanding entertainment opportunities to Ventura County residents and visitors. With over 1,600 seats, the theater provides a convenient location for numerous cultural, educational and entertainment events.

Since opening in March 1968, the Oxnard Performing Arts & Convention Center has hosted thousands of performances reaching over 3 million people. Outstanding Broadway musicals, prominent guest speakers and musical acts and plays have all graced the center's stage. In 1996, the center was completely refurbished after serving its first 28 years as the "Oxnard Civic Auditorium" and was upgraded to meet future community cultural and artistic needs.

More information at www.oxnardpacc.com or 805.486.2424.

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