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WELCOME DOWNTOWN FRESNO'S

WARNORS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

Warnors Center for the Performing Arts is a 501 (c)(3) California Non Profit Public Benefit Corporation. Located in Downtown Fresno, the Center is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Originally built in 1928 as the Fresno Pantages to house vaudeville entertainment, it was purchased less than a year later by Warner Brothers and began playing silent films. Today, the Center is host to a wide variety of headliner entertainment along with an eclectic mix of culturally diverse programming.

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The Richie Blue Band

Franks Place 1432 Fulton St., Fresno

JOIN US FOR ARTHOP AUGUST 5TH AT FRANK’S PLACE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT FEATURING THE RICHIE BLUE...

Free

Latino Comedy Night & Dance

Franks Place 1432 Fulton St., Fresno

Hosted by Dirtee Dez Music following show by DJ Throwback Doors open at 6pmShow at...

$15 – $25