The Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts, located in historic downtown Victoria, hosts theatre, dance, music, chorale, cinema and business events.
Photo by L-Ann Imaging.
The Victoria Bach Festival is held annually at the Leo J. Welder Center and other Victoria locations. Appearing on January 17, 2013, violinist Aleksey Igudesman and pianist Richard Hyung-ki Joo performed their unique and hilarious classical comedy show “A Little Nightmare Music.”
Theatre Victoria hosts a year-round schedule of theatrical productions at the Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts. THE FULL MONTY, performed February 20 – 28, 2014, was directed by Broadway choreographer Chet Walker. Photo by L-Ann Imaging.
The Leo J. Welder Center is located in the heart of historic downtown Victoria, site of the annual Art Car Parade and many festivals and events.
Tickets may be purchased online and through box office.
6/28 Victoria Film Society - THE NEVERENDING STORY (PG, 1984)
6/29 FREE Downtown Kids Movie Series
6/30 Charity Concert Series MOE BANDY, with Allen Shamblin opening
7/12 Victoria Film Soceity Presents: THE LOBSTER (R, 2015)
Centrally located between Houston, San Antonio, Austin, and Corpus Christi, Victoria is one of the oldest cities in Texas, yet is progressive with a variety of choices in dining, shopping, lodging, and entertainment. Explore Victoria
For more information, please contact our friendly staff at (361) 485-8540 or email.