Warnors Center

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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Every event is a fundraising event for us. Simply by attending our events, you ensure that Warnors Center will be here for future generations to experience.

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We hold many entertaining performances throughout the year with a unique variety of musical and theatrical performances. We often hear that seeing a show in the space gives the event a special touch.

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Learn about the Warnors Center by taking a tour and see the amazing history including Cinerama, concerts, and performing arts. For more info head over to our Theatre Tours page.

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