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Coronavirus (COVID-19) — YPAC Information
(Updated: Aug 6, 2021)
The City of Yucaipa is closely monitoring COVID-19 restrictions daily and we will continue to follow any suggested local, state, and federal agency guidance- as the health and safety of YPAC patrons, artists, employees, and volunteers will always remain our top priority. At this time, no updates have been made and San Bernardino County permits gatherings with some safety modifications, and our staff is hard at work planning upcoming YPAC events. Any new information will be updated on this website as well as YPAC social media accounts on Instagram and Facebook. Stay tuned in by signing up for the YPAC newsletter on our homepage!
Please visit the City of Yucaipa’s website for additional and up to date information.
About the Yucaipa Performing Arts Center
The Yucaipa Performing Arts Center (YPAC) opened in Spring of 2019 and is a 16,200 sq. ft. facility with a 10,500 sq. ft. multi-purpose theater which has retractable seating for up to 291. The versatile space allows for audiences of up to 500 standing as well as configurations for receptions and meetings. In addition, there is an indoor/outdoor stage with an adjoining 14,000 sq. ft. open air plaza for audiences. The YPAC is intended to provide space for all types of performing arts including concerts, dance, theatre, galas, and major events. Throughout the year the City also hosts a number of festivals, which include live performances, in the Historic Uptown district where YPAC is located.
YPAC aims to collaborate and provide engaging experiences with the residents of Yucaipa, the Inland Empire communities, and beyond. YPAC welcomes visitors to Yucaipa with a variety of art and entertainment opportunities.
YPAC strives to collaborate, create, and cultivate dynamic experiences that enrich and deepen awareness and opportunities in the arts.
Left to right: Chuck Christie, Jane Smith, Dick Riddell, Ed Mureau, Bobby Duncan, Denise Hoyt, Greg Bogh, John Fisher, David Avila, Erik Simmons and Robert Little as they prepare to break ground.
At the heart of Yucaipa’s past and future is the Historic Uptown District, centered around the intersection of Yucaipa Boulevard and California Street. This district encompasses the site of Yucaipa’s historic downtown, which dates back to the early 1900s. Today, this District is the venue for numerous annual events, including the Yucaipa Music and Arts Festival, Autumnfest, and Winterfest.
Yucaipa Performing Arts Center
12062 California Street
Yucaipa, CA 92399
Convenient parking on site.
Box Office / Tickets:
909-500-7714 Thur – Sat, 3pm – 7pm
909-500-7712 (Mon – Thur, 8am – 5pm)
YPAC Supervisor, 909-500-7736
Community Services Coordinator, 909-797-2489 | ext. 561
Community Services Coordinator, 909-797-2489 | ext. 298