Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center Celebrates Grand Opening on June 1, 2021
Public Invited to Tour the Venue at June Open House Events

The long-awaited Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center opens to the public on June 1, 2021. This new, professionally operated theater is a Salt Lake County facility and is managed by Salt Lake County’s Arts & Culture Division. The Performing Arts Center is located in Taylorsville on the City Hall campus.

To celebrate the new venue, Arts & Culture will host a series of public Open Houses on June 1st, 3rd, and 5th. Activities will include self-guided tours, short performances, and other events to be announced on the Arts & Culture website, saltlakecountyarts.org. Sign up for Salt Lake County Arts & Culture’s newsletter for updates as the open house times, upcoming events and other details are announced.

“We can’t wait to welcome the public to this gorgeous new venue,” said Matt Castillo, Arts & Culture’s Division Director. “In addition to performances and other events, Mid-Valley will serve as an important community arts space with two stunning public art pieces and an art gallery in the lobby.”

The Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center fulfills a long-documented need and desire for public performance and rehearsal space in this fast-growing region of the County. The venue is thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of both community and professional arts groups and includes the 430-seat Mainstage Theater; the 220-seat Studio 5400 Black Box; and the Centennial Room, a multi-use rehearsal and event space.

Taylorsville partnered with Salt Lake County in making a financial contribution and providing the land for the venue through a long-term ground lease.

Sign up for Salt Lake County Arts & Culture’s newsletter for updates as the open house times, upcoming events and other details are announced.





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