Jasper Arts Center

In the 1970s a not-for-profit group, called the Jasper Auditorium Corporation was created in order to promote the building of a civic auditorium. The fundraising campaign resulted in the construction of Jasper Civic Auditorium (later renamed the Jasper Arts Center) which was completed in 1977. An addition in March of 1983 created a lobby, additional restrooms, a ticket booth, concession area, and coat room. 

The auditorium seats 675 and has hosted international, national, and regional acts for more than forty years. Tony Bennett, Chet Atkins, the St. Petersburg's Ballet, Marie Osmond, Chris Botti, and Wynonna Judd are some of the many acts that have performed at the Jasper Arts Center. Jasper Community Arts continues to present live performances at the Jasper Arts Center as part of its performing arts programming. 

Facility Information and Services

The Jasper Arts Center is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair parking is available outside the Lobby and Community Room entrances. The restrooms are wheelchair accessible.

Limited designated seating is held aside for buying patrons who use a wheelchair and want to remain in the wheelchair. Seats are available for purchase adjacent to the wheelchair seating if the patron wishes to bring a companion. Please notify the box office at time of ticket purchase to request this seating.

Complimentary assistive listening devices for hearing impaired patrons are available at the box office in the lobby from JCA's staff. Patrons will be asked to leave a driver's license or a $10 deposit.

Large-print programs are available at the box office in the lobby from the JCA staff.
Generally, persons with special needs should inform the box office at the time tickets are purchased.
 

Sensory friendly items are available at the box office if audience members have sensory issues.