City of Lauderhill Addresses COVID-19 Pandemic with Closures and Postponements for Immediate Future
The City of Lauderhill Staff and Administration and the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center will continue to follow the guidelines and measures as issued by the Florida Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as it pertains to the COVID-19 Virus.
Therefore, in order to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 Virus, the City of Lauderhill has suspended all known public gatherings to include special events, sports leagues/practices, shows, concerts, and City and Non-City Public meetings - including all previously-scheduled events to be held at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center - through the end of April.
Patrons should hold on to their tickets, as we attempt to reschedule as many events as possible. The LPAC Box Office will be in touch with ticket holders about refunds/exchanges and other options over the coming days/weeks.
If you have any further questions concerning events at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center, please call us at (954) 777-2055.
A Letter from the General Manager of the LPAC
As a community, as a nation, and as a world, we are facing a challenging time that is riddled with disruptions to our daily lives and routines. In the interest of public health and safety, this includes a temporary suspension of events and services at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center. We have taken these steps, along with many other organizations, to do our part in reducing the spread of COVID-19.
Please know that we are already looking to the future, beyond this temporary pause in programming. As soon as we are released to do so, we will return to our schedule of events which will include concerts, musicals, plays, tribute shows, dance productions and more!
Remember, you can’t spell “Heart” without “Art,” so keep art in your heart even while we’re not able to come together in person. Raise your voice with song, clap your hands with rhythm, dance around your kitchen, tell stories with your friends and family, and engage with performances on television and/or online. Continue to find joy in these things that bring us together and play a part in defining us as human beings.
When we have overcome the challenges that lie ahead – which we can do by supporting one another in the way that a strong, resilient, conscientious community does – the LPAC will still be here. We will once again be a place to gather together and fill our hearts and minds with live music, theatre and dance performances.