Lauderhill is a warm, vibrant, and culturally mixed community. The true All American City and culturally fused society, the city is a home away from home. Manifested through art, Lauderhill’s roots are humble, yet unique. Visitors can experience our Caribbean and Latin infused community — blends of culture, art and people of various island nations as well as suburban charm. Indulge in Lauderhill Culture.
The Lauderhill Performing Arts Center –the jewel of Lauderhill– is the newest addition to the city’s cultural offerings. The state-of-the-art LEED certified building is located on the corner of Sunrise Boulevard and State Road 7; the 1,200 seat LPAC is the epicenter of Arts in Lauderhill. With a vicinity adjacent to the Broward Central Regional Park, LPAC is the living expression of our city through live performances by national touring acts, theater, cinema, visual arts, education, conferences, dance troupes, community theater and youth arts programs.
Lauderhill Arts Center
Art, Poetry, Exhibits & Classes
The Lauderhill Arts Center serves as an artist hub — where enthusiasts and local residents can meet, learn, and connect through art. The center hosts events, exhibits and promotes the healthy and vibrant art community situated in Lauderhill. The Lauderhill Arts Center houses studio spaces for visual and performing artists, an art gallery, and an open ceramics studio with potter’s wheel and kiln, classroom and workshop areas.
The annual concert series has been a mainstay event in the city. The jazz band concerts take place the second Sundays of each month at Irene Lieberman Park (3801 Inverrary Boulevard).
2017 Concert Dates:
To honor the great music artists and bands of yesteryear, the City of Lauderhill hosts a monthly tribute band concert. The free concerts are open to the public and are a great family events. All Tribute Band Concerts are held at Lauderhill Sports Park, 7500 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Lauderhill, FL 33319 from 7:00pm to 9:15pm.