Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center
Since the opening in late 1995, the Cultural Arts Center has featured everything from jazz and rock ‘n roll bands to classical music, dramas and musicals, and a variety of choral and dance group performances.
About Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, a Ventura County Historical Landmark, was originally established as the Simi Community Methodist Episcopal Church in 1924. With a long history involving several earthquakes and various building owners, the building was acquired by the City in 1994 and re-opened as Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center in 1995. Since then, the now-refurbished Cultural Arts Center has been host to hundreds of performances - plays, musicals, concerts, art shows, films, weddings, receptions, business meetings, youth festivals, and much more.
3050 East Los Angeles Avenue
Simi Valley, CA 93065View on Google Maps
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