Up coming events

Coming to Paradise 

August 14th

Chris Cain

This will be a Free concert for all Camp Fire Survivors 

Doors at 5:30 PM

Soulfistication 6:15 PM

Chris Cain 7:00 PM

Beer & Wine Cash Bar

Info contact Woody




Faith Through Fire with JORDAN ST CYR

September 11th @ 7pm

 Join us for an evening of inspiration featuring Christian Singer/Songwriter JORDAN ST CYR with local stories of faith and courage.

Jordan St Cyr sings the inspirational song ” FIRES” that has been top 5 on Christian Radio Charts. He has been nominated and won several awards and competitions including CM United Christian Artist of the Year 2018 and Nashville Rising Star 2017 to name a few. FAITH through FIRE will be an evening to focus on how our faith sustains us through the “fires” of our lives. The event is free with donation proceeds going to the Rebuild Paradise Foundation.


Seating is Limited so please kindly reserve your ticket online through EventBrite. 

 Big Mo and The Full Moon Band
    PPAC Celebrates Paradise
       September 25, 2021

PPAC invites the community to join us in celebrating the paying off of our mortgage just before the Camp fire and the rebuilding of our Town. As we recover from the struggles of these past couple of years its time to gather and celebrate new beginnings. Please join us to celebrate our community…

Mark your calendars now … information and sponsorship opportunity contact 530-521-1984

Todd Snider with Lilly Winwood
              October 22, 2021

KZFR 90.1FM presents Todd Snider with special guest Lilly Winwood in Paradise Doors: 6:30pm Show: 7:30pm All proceeds support KZFR 90.1FM

Todd Snider returns to the North State for a one-of-a-kind performance at the luxurious Paradise Performing Arts Center. Special guest Lilly Winwood

Since debuting in 1994, Snider has gone through his own incarnations. His first single “Talking Seattle Blues” was a head fake that might’ve pointed to goofy novelty songs. But he quickly showed that his artistic quiver was much deeper and more interesting. A storyteller who works a similar creative soil to John Prine and Shel Silverstein, Snider’s best songs are both sad and funny, political and entertaining, and always written with a poet’s eye and a stand-up comedian’s sensibility about the follies of human condition. While he’s made eighteen fine albums, it’s on stage where Snider is even more potent, with between-song banter that weaves subtle emotional threads through his sets. A road dog who loves the road, Snider has toured with Emmylou Harris, John Prine, Jimmy Buffett, and appeared at festivals like Farm Aid, Newport Folk Fest, Lockn’ and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival.

It feels appropriate that with his latest album [First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder], Snider may play a similar inspirational role for the parishioners in his church. “I’d like it to feel like a drum circle or a revival for listeners. I’d like it to feel like a hippie summer, where you take acid and listen to the songs by a beautiful lake. There’s a thing called effervescence – that feeling that you’re present, alive. I’d like for people to have a moment with this record. I think about records that will come into my life and they’ll help put a little more salt on the moment. That’s what I’m going for. But then, who knows if anyone will like the record. I dig it. I know it’s a cliché for people to say, ‘This is how I’ve been meaning to sound forever.’ But I swear, that’s how it feels.”

Paradise Symphony Orchestra

October 24, 2021

For the past 62 years, The Paradise Symphony Orchestra has been providing excellent music for our community, and despite COVID-19, we have been working very hard behind the scenes to continue to provide musical performances once we are able to do so safely. We hope to see you in our concert audiences once again, soon!

Aerial view of the Performing arts Center and surrounding area.

Pre-Camp fire 


The Paradise Performing Arts Center is located at 777 Nunneley Road in Paradise, California. If you are coming from Chico, take the Skyway, starting at Highway 99, eight miles to Paradise. At the second signal, Pearson Road, turn right. Continue for one mile to the next signal, Clark Road, and turn left. Go one block to the next signal, Nunneley Road, and turn left. The Performing Arts Center is the large building with the peaked roof on the right just after you start down the slight hill. There are two entrances into the parking lot before you get to the building.

If you are coming from the South (Oroville area) and using Highway 191, this becomes Clark Road as you enter Paradise. Continue to the second signal, Nunneley Road, and turn left. The Performing Arts Center is the large building with the peaked roof on the right just after you start down the slight hill. There are two entrances into the parking lot before you get to the building.

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