Las Vegas - The Smith Center for Performing ArtsAdd to my Trip Planner
Oct 2, 2013 - Jul 6, 2014
Designed by world renowned architect David M. Schwarz, The Smith Center is a world-class performing arts and cultural center that opened in March 2012. Centrally located in downtown Las Vegas at the 61-acre Symphony Park, The Smith Center's five-acre cultural campus features three performance spaces: the 2,050-seat main hall with full orchestra pit, a 300-seat Cabaret Jazz club, and the 200-seat Troesh Studio Theatre which is ideal for rehearsals, children’s theater, community events and private social gatherings. In addition, a park, which is privately owned but accessible to the public, can be used for outdoor concerts, festivals, community events, and private gatherings. The complex offers a blend of performances by local arts groups, as well as first-run touring attractions.
The Fall season brings more than 20 distinct performances to Las Vegas, many for the first time, including the best of Jazz, many Broadway legends, classical, family attractions, and engaging lectures. Highlights include Audra McDonald in Concert, Kronos Quartet, Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, and more.
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The Smith Center for the Performing Arts
361 Symphony Park Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89106
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