The City of Moreno Valley will break ground on the Civic Center Amphitheater and Park at a ceremony on October 3, marking the beginning of construction on Moreno Valley’s first outdoor amphitheater and the continued expansion of arts and culture across the City.
The Civic Center Amphitheater and Park is a welcome addition to the City’s growing number of state-of-the-art cultural and athletic facilities, fulfilling a commitment by the Moreno Valley City Council through its strategic plan “Momentum MoVal” to expand cultural and recreational opportunities.
“The construction of our first community amphitheater is yet another way we are continuing to expand our cultural and artistic offerings, improving the quality of lives of our residents and visitors,” said Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez. “We look forward to showcasing our local talent as well as attracting other performers to Moreno Valley and our highly-anticipated venue.”
The amphitheater and park will be located next to the Conference and Recreation Center at 14075 Frederick Street.
The amphitheater will seat up to 600 people, providing an intimate, open-air venue for Moreno Valley residents and visitors to enjoy a variety of live music performances, movies in the park and many other City-sponsored events.
Trees and park-like landscaping on the seven-acre lot set the scene while a stage complete with a backdrop, audio-visual pavilion, and parking for nearly 400 vehicles make the Civic Center Amphitheater and Park the region’s premier outdoor venue.
The Civic Center Amphitheater will be available to be rented out by the public, providing another exciting and convenient venue option for community groups and businesses.
Civic Center Amphitheater and Park Groundbreaking Ceremony
Wednesday, October 3
Conference and Recreation Center
14075 Frederick Street
The public is invited.
For more information, please visit the City’s website at
or contact the Parks & Community Services Department at 951.413.3280.