CANCELLED - John Crist : Fresh Cuts Tour
Rockford Symphony Orchestra : The Last Night of The Proms
Straight No Chaser
Friends! The Musical Parody
Home Free : Dive Bar Saints World Tour
Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood : The Scared Scriptless Tour
All Coronado PAC shows are required to follow local and federal health and venue requirements related to Covid-19. These may include but are not limited to vaccine and/or testing requirements and face coverings. Local Health & Venue guidelines are subject to change at any time. By purchasing a ticket and/or attending a show, you acknowledge that changes in local Covid-19 health guidelines or Venue Policies are not grounds for a refund. Thank you for your understanding and please know that we take the health and safety of our guests, our employees and our community very seriously.
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314 N. Main St.
Rockford, IL 61101-0476
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Where to Stay
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Where to Park
With multiple parking options downtown Rockford, parking and walking to the CPAC for a show has never been easier.View Parking Information
The Historic Coronado
The Coronado PAC opened on October 9, 1927 as an atmospheric style theatre and movie palace - complete with Spanish castles, Italian villas, oriental dragons, starlit skies and a Grande Barton Pipe Organ. Countless show business legends, including the Marx Brothers, Tommy Dorsey, Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, George Gershwin, Bob Hope, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Gypsy Rose Lee have performed on the Coronado stage.
The Coronado PAC was the romantic setting for countless movie-going couples on their first date, and a Saturday outing for kids watching cartoons and movies through 1984. Over the years, the theater has also played host to high school graduations, political rallies and community events.
After decades of use, the grand dame Coronado PAC received a much needed facelift between 1999 and 2001, with the community-wide support of the city of Rockford, individuals and corporations. Spear-headed by the Friends of the Coronado, a non-profit organization formed in 1997, the theatre was reborn in January, 2001 in its original grand style as a state-of-the-art performance and entertainment facility after an $18.5 million restoration.