- The Vilar Center for the Arts, Vail, Colorado, is a state-of-the art center housing a 530 seat theater, art exhibitions and much more.
- It was the first of its kind in a ski area and is a cultural center for the whole Beaver Creek region.
- Events, exhibitions and displays are run all year round.
The Vilar Center for the Arts is a spectacular state-of-the-art center in Vail, Colorado, boasting a 530 seat theater, two 2,200 square-foot lobbies, and the May Gallery Patrons Lounge, which hosts an amazing display of 17th and 18th-century architectural watercolors. The center first opened in 1998 and offers a cultural center for the Beaver Creek area and hosts events and exhibitions all year round. Tourists and locals alike are welcome!
The Vilar Performing Arts Center is located on 68 Avondale Lane, Beaver Creek, Avon, CO 81620.
For more information contact the box office on 888-920-2787 or see their Schedule of Events.
The Arts center offers exhibitions, events, and performances all year round.
Prices vary depending on which event you are attending. However, the theater is a non-profit organization and is managed by the Vail Valley Foundation. The majority of today's operating expenses still come from private and corporate donations.
The Vilar Center for the Arts is one of the first constructions of its kind in a ski area and made Beaver Creek the first mountain resort community in the world to include its own performing arts facility.