Building on over 20 years of tradition of excellence, Central Park Performing Arts Center (formerly the Largo Cultural Center) is enthusiastically serving the community as both an accessible cultural destination and a popular public gathering place. We offer spectacular performances in music, dance and theater and unique facility for corporate functions, weddings, banquets and special events.
We offer a year round schedule, which includes over 150 performances, consisting of a diverse mix of artists. The center has been host to performances by Marty Stuart, Colin Hay, Roger McGuinn, Molly Hatchet, Blackfoot, the Orlando Opera, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, The Kingston Trio, The Little River Band, Sha Na Na, Hal Ketchum, The Ahn Trio, Jane Monheit, Keiko Matsui, Victor Wooten and many others.
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