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Midvale Arts Facilities

Midvale Performing Arts Center

695 W Center Street

Midvale, Utah 84047

Midvale Outdoor Stage in the Park

455 West 7500 South

Midvale, Utah 84047

Midvale Performing Arts Center (MPAC)

MPAC was built in the 1930s and served as Midvale City Hall and the Police Station. The building sat vacant for several years before undergoing extensive remodeling in 2004 and was converted to the Midvale Performing Arts and Community Center. MPAC was dedicated on June 26, 2004 by Mayor JoAnn Seghini. 


​MPAC has an auditorium upstairs, with the downstairs being used for office space, dressing rooms, restrooms, and theater storage. The upstairs auditorium is used primarily for arts programs (theater productions, concerts, receptions, etc.) and has permanent seating of 110, with a raised floor at the back of the auditorium that is used for overflow seating and sound/lighting equipment setup. The Arts Council partners with other groups in using the auditorium on a regular basis. Additionally, the auditorium is available for rental to the community for recitals and other performances. 

Parking in the back of MPAC is limited but there are plenty of public parking spaces within a reasonably short walk from the theater. For parking guidelines, please refer to the map below.

Parking Map

Facility Rental

To inquire about renting MPAC*, please email to request dates and obtain information.

Rental of the Stage in the Park is handled by Midvale City.

* MPAC rental calendar opens on October 1 for the subsequent year.

No rental requests will be accepted prior to this date each year.

Midvale Arts Council rents on a 2-week minimum commitment.

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