Welcome to our inaugural season
at Pablo Center!

Click here for your Pablo Presents 2018-19 season lineup.

Tickets for the 2018-19 season will be available for purchase to the general public on this website on Thursday, August 23 at 10 a.m.

Tickets will only be available for purchase online in advance of our building opening. The box office will open on Saturday, September 22. Hours and a direct phone number will be released and available on our website at that time.

Please click below for more information and a full listing of events.

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Website Update Coming Late Summer!

Scheduled to open September of 2018, the Pablo Center at the Confluence will be located in downtown Eau Claire, Wisconsin and will include a 1,200‐seat theatre and a flexible 400-seat theatre, rehearsal, dance and community rooms; visual arts studio and galleries, labs for sound and lighting, set and exhibit design, recording arts, multimedia production and costume design; a scene shop equipped to support the maker space and vocational training initiatives; administrative offices for management, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire faculty and Visit Eau Claire staff.

The Pablo Center at the Confluence offers the community a facility capable of providing transformative training, learning and creative opportunities. Pablo Center at the Confluence will operate in support of a mission that is focused on augmenting and developing regional education opportunities in the performing and visual arts for people of all ages and backgrounds.

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Upcoming events:

Phil Cook - People Are My Drug October 20, 2018 | Jamf Theatre Tickets on Sale Later This Summer! Learn More

Phil Cook People Are My Drug

An Evening With The Tallest Man On Earth -
When The Bird Sees The Solid Ground Tour Tickets on sale now! Purchase Tickets

An Evening With The Tallest Man On Earth An Evening With The Tallest Man On Earth

Ray LaMontagneOctober 29th | RCU Theatre Tickets on Sale Later This Summer!

Ray Lamontagne


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Originally a lumber town, Eau Claire has become a cultural hub for the arts, music festivals, and fine dining, among other attractions. The community has a diverse and expanding economic base in manufacturing, information technologies, healthcare and retail trade. Eau Claire is also home to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and its award-winning music program.

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