The Anaheim Performing Arts Center Foundation's (APACF) mission is to establish and maintain a state of the art performing arts center in the city of Anaheim. The Anaheim Performing Arts Center Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization.

Tax ID #26-3818765

Create a multi-functional world-class Performing and Visual Arts Center that will serve nearly a million people, annually.

Our History

 


Presented the concept of a Performing Arts Center to the Anaheim City Council. This presentation resulted in Anaheim Performing Arts Center Foundation being established and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization in November of 2007

2007
 
 

Determined the Heritage Forum as a possible venue and developed preliminary architectural plans. APAC Foundation submitted a bid on the property but it was ultimately sold to another organization.

2011-2013
 
 

The City of Anaheim commissioned AMS Planning & Research Consulting Services to conduct a feasibility study to determine if Anaheim and the contiguous area would support a Performing Arts Center. The results were overwhelmingly favorable.

2015
 
 

The Anaheim Performing Arts Center Foundation will enter into agreement with renowned architectural firm and begin our capital campaign.

2017
 
 

APAC Foundation began its site search in conjunction with the City of Anaheim.

2008-2010
 
 

City of Anaheim voted for a resolution supporting APAC Foundation’s efforts to build a Performing Arts Center in Anaheim

2014
 
 

The City of Anaheim signed an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement (ENA) with APAC Foundation to develop almost 12 acres of land adjacent to Angels Stadium on the current site where the Grove of Anaheim currently exists.

2016
 
 


Presented the concept of a Performing Arts Center to the Anaheim City Council. This presentation resulted in Anaheim Performing Arts Center Foundation being established and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization in September of 2007

2007
 

APAC Foundation began its site search in conjunction with the City of Anaheim’s Redevelopment Department.

2008-2010
 

Determined the Heritage Forum as a possible venue and developed preliminary architectural plans. APAC Foundation submitted a bid on the property but it was ultimately sold to another organization.

2011-2013
 

City of Anaheim voted for a resolution supporting APAC Foundation’s efforts to build a Performing Arts Center in Anaheim

2014
 

The City of Anaheim commissioned AMS Planning & Research Consulting Services to conduct a feasibility study to determine if Anaheim and the contiguous area would support a Performing Arts Center. The results were overwhelmingly favorably.

2015
 

The City of Anaheim signed an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement (ENA) with APAC Foundation to develop almost 12 acres of land adjacent to Angels Stadium on the current site where the City National Grove currently exists.

2016
 

The Anaheim Performing Arts Center enters into agreement with renowned architect and begins our capital campaign.

2017

Capital Campaign

Phase I

Raise $20 million
by March, 2018

Phase II

Raise $30 million
by March 2019

Phase III

Raise 80% of Project by March 2020

Phase IV

Raise 100% of Project by June 2020