Hosts a number of weekend art shows in the fall and winter months with award winning local artists. Visit the Gallery for a schedule of this seasons events. Tatyana Smith,
1425 McCulloch Blvd. Suite F
Believes in high standards with an objective to generate beauty, elegance, and artistic form. It is a comprehensive classical ballet training program for students rangng from preschool (preballet) through adulthood. The mid to advanced levels produce a story ballet performance in May. Repertoire includes Cinderella, Peter Rabbit, and the Wizard of Oz. Outreach ballet is performed periodically within the community as LHB has a mission to promote the presence of classical dance.
HAPA has been working since 2015 to promote public art in Lake Havasu City. Public art enhances the beauty of the community for the residents, and it can pro-vide a reason for visitors to stay a little longer. Art works focus on themes that relate to Lake Havasu City. Your support is appreciated.
An eclectic mix of Fine Art, Prints, Photography, Pottery & Handmade Jewelry featuring local artists. The mission of the gallery is to make “art” an integral part of life. It is home to many local programs and activities such as Adopt an Artist, ongoing Art Exhibits, Art Walks & more.
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12pm – 6pm & by Appointment 2014 McCulloch Blvd, Ste B1, Downtown Lake Havasu City
(928)486 – 6860
Opened in the Spring of 2018 to provide the community with high quality tattoo work at an afford-able rate. Owner Adam Romano has 12 years of tattooing experience, has won multiple awards, been published nationally and inter-nationally, and continues to travel extensively to fine tune and pro-mote his art.
Hours Tuesday – Saturday 11 am – 5 pm at 2169 Swanson Ave. #6. For more information or an appointment call 928-846-0194 Instagram: @AdamRomanoTattoo Facebook: Romano’s Custom Tattoo & Art Gallery
Includes more than 100 visual artists and artisans. The objective of the Guild is to promote interest in the Arts and provide local students with scholarships. Permanent galleries are maintained at the Aquatic Center and a 3D showcase at the Library. Public events include the Annual juried “At the Lake” show in March, Holiday Shoppe in November, and Art Expos throughout the year. For more information visit www.havasuartguild.com or email at HavasuArtGuild@gmail.com
What you get when local artists come together to promote their passion and love for art!
The gallery is open Monday through Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm, during the winter season. Summer hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am – 2 pm. Please feel free to visit when in the area and also inquire about becoming a co-op member and placing your art on display, too. Havasu Art Center ♦ 2093 McCulloch Blvd N, Ste #101 ♦ Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 ♦ (928)855-4278
A strong supporter of the Arts in Lake Havasu City. We believe it is important to expose children to the Arts at an early age. Students from elementary through high school have the opportunity to participate in band, choir, dramatics, and visual art experiences. Students also present public performances throughout the city at various events. For more information on how to rent these facilities contact Judy McClintock at the District Office, (928)505-6915 or visit www.havasu.k12.az.us
Hosts exhibits depicting the history of our area from early indigenous people to the present. Permanent and seasonal exhibits include mining, steamboats, Parker Dam, the London Bridge, and the evolution of our city.
Admission: $7.50 for adults; children under 13; Historical Society members free. Hours: Oct through Apr: Tue thru Sat 10 am – 4 pm; May thru Sept: Tue thru Sat 10 am – 2 pm Location: 320 London Bridge Road, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 Information: call (928) 854 – 4938 or visit www.havasumuseum.com.
Performing songs a cappella in four part harmony, barbershop style. The Chorus will bring joy to your Christmas or holiday gatherings, Birthdays, Weddings and Anniversaries. They can make Valentine’s day extra special for your Valentine with a song or two, a flower and a card. Colomonde has entertained for church groups, nursing and assisted living homes, businesses, Kiwanis, Lake Havasu Museum, Winter-fest, and Dunham Magical Night of Music. Contact Toady, (928) 208-8419.
Since the group was chartered in 1991 there have been many changes with members, musical styles and teachers. Through the years the Belles have entertained numerous groups in Lake Havasu, Las Vegas, Laughlin, Palm Springs, Branson, and Nashville.
They are an active, fun-loving group that would love to entertain you. For more information please contact Bonnie Houghland at (928)453-7678 or Jo Black (928)855-1499.
All new “Dunham Night” has been established to honor and pay tribute to a very special man, Jim Dunham. He was a music lover all his life and a gifted singer and pianist. Jim was the director of the Lake Havasu Community Choir from 2013-2018. There, he started the choir’s scholarship program for students in Lake Havasu. He was also the Music Director at Grace Episcopal Church and Bell Choir director at Grace Episcopal Church and Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church.
An all-volunteer choir of almost a hundred members with a mission to provide members and audiences with quality choral entertainment. It is a 501(c)3 non-profit supported by ticket sales, donations and sponsorships. Public con-certs begin at 3 pm performance at the Performing Arts Center at LHHS. Advanced tickets are $10 Adults, $5 students and are available. Adult tickets at the door are $12. Call Karen Cooke, 928-716-5126 or Sonia Gresham, 928-680-1802. http://www.lakehavasucommunitychoir.com.
A nonprofit group, has been bringing New York entertainment to Lake Havasu City for forty-five years. It is supported by ticket sales and local donors. Reserved seat passes are only $90 for the seven concert series. Single tickets are $30, students to age 18 are admitted free with school ID. Concerts begin at 7:00 pm at the Performing Arts Center at the LHHS Campus, 2675 S. Palo Verde Blvd. For season passes and advanced tickets call Bob (928)706-0779. Video clips, information, and tickets are available at www.lhcca.com.
Lake Havasu Regional Orchestra is a professional all-volunteer orchestra with a mission to add to the cultural climate of the region and to support the musical growth of young musicians through a scholarship program. Concerts (TBA) begin at 3pm at the Performing Arts Center on the LHHS campus. Tickets are $10; supervised children and students with a school ID are free. For information contact Orchestra President Laura Witczak, 929-551-3355 or visit www.lhro.org.
A community band composed of 30 advanced level musi-cians of varied ages who share a love of playing music of all kinds. The conductor is Kimberly Lehmann. The group rehearses weekly and presents several concerts each year at the Perform-ing Arts Center on the LHHS campus, 2675 S. Palo Verde Blvd. General admission is $10 for adults, free for children and students. Concerts begin at 3 pm.
For in-formation call (928)680 – 6927 or see www.lhswinds.com.
An Art Gallery/Studio specializing in local original artwork that is displayed in an intimate setting that surrounds a full studio and classroom. The Gallery showcases art in many forms including mosaic tiling, sculpture, watercolors, acrylic and oil paintings, pastels and murals.
Visit us at 2069 W. Acoma Blvd., Tue-Fri 10 am to 4 pm, Sat 10 am to 1 pm, or call (928)505-4199 for an appointment