Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center

Performing Arts Center

 Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center is the Crown Jewel of the South Bay arts scene. With its modernistic Grand Lobby, over 40,000 square feet of special event programming areas, a granite water fall, updated technical and patron amenities, friendly onsite staff and plenty of free parking, the 1,453-seat theater is home to prestigious and highly successful presenters:

Distinguished Speaker Series
RBPAC is honored to host its 23rd season with the Distinguished Speaker Series, which has presented such dignitaries as Bill Clinton, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Yo-Yo Ma, Walter Cronkite, Condoleeza Rice and Madeleine Albright.  Their 2022-2023 Season includes of the astrophysicist and Host of "Cosmos" and "StarTalk" Neil deGrasse Tysonprincipal dancer with American Ballet Theatre Misty Copeland, Historian and award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns, conservation photographer and marine biologist Cristina Mittermeier, Emmy-winning legend Bob Eubanks, and 16th Supreme Allied Commander of NATO Adm. James Stavridis.  For tickets and information, please visit: 

Los Angeles Ballet
Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center joins the Los Angeles Ballet in celebrating 14 years of artistic and critical success. Los Angeles Ballet presents their 2021-2022 Season, featuring their holiday classic The Nutcracker, and one of the greatest, most treasured story ballets of all time The Sleeping Beauty, with choreography by Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary after Petipa Music, by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsy. For information and tickets, please visit:

Performing Arts Center View from Stage RBPAC Contact Information:
Telephone: (310) 937-6607
Fax: (310) 643-0096
Click to send E-mail:  Administration 
Address: 1935 Manhattan Beach Boulevard
Redondo Beach, CA 90278
(Located at the Northeast corner of the intersection
with Aviation Blvd.)

For a list of hotels nearby, check out the Hotel List provided by the Chamber of Commerce.

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