Largo Cultural Center

Over the years, Largo has become the destination for arts and entertainment.  At the heart of it all is the Largo Cultural Center.

Since opening nearly a decade ago, the Cultural Center has been dedicated to providing high-quality entertainment at reasonable prices to the community. Our resident theatre company, Eight O\'Clock Theatre, named ?Best of the Bay? by Tampa Bay Magazine and Weekly Planet, offers multiple productions throughout the year. The Largo Lion\\\'s Club, Suncoast Singers, West Florida Ballet and Florida Gulf Coast Ballet all call the Largo Cultural Center home for their special events.

Some of the brightest musical stars in recent memory have performed at the Cultural Center, including: Lee Greenwood, Don McLean, Survivor, Three Dog Night, The Florida Orchestra, Judy Collins, Eric Burdon and the Animals, Little River Band, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Vanilla Fudge, Janis Ian and Bill Haley\'s Comets.

The Children\'s Series provides quality entertainment for children of all ages. Jack & the Beanstalk, Cinderella, Rumpelstiltskin and Alice in Wonderland have all magically appeared at the Center.

Additionally, the Cultural Center operates Festival Oaks at Central Park, an outdoor festival site with capacities of up to 8,000, and home to the Largo Music Fest.

Every seat is a good seat in the intimate, 333-seat theater with a retractable seating system that allows for cabaret-style seating for special performances.

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  • Largo Cultural Center
  • 105 Central Park Drive
  • Largo, FL 33771
  • 727-587-6793
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