The Pastime Theatre was built in 1937 and was restored by The Winfield Main Street program in early 2002. In 2007, Winfield Main Street purchased the adjoining building and renovated it for use as a civic center, dinner theatre, office, dressing rooms and green room. Both buildings were given to the City of Winfield.
The City appointed a seven-member board to manage the day-to-day operation of the theatre and civic center. Board members are David Miles, Nancy Moss, Ron Moss, Nick Posey, Stephen Preuninger, Kevin Garner and Mary Hyche.
The theatre, which is now a performing arts theatre, seats 317 and is handicapped accessible. Today, The Pastime Theatre/Civic Center, with its clock tower and chimes, is the focal point of downtown Winfield and one of Winfield’s special treasures.
Concerts featuring nationally and internationally known artists, as well as incredibly talented local artists, are scheduled each year. Performances range from country to classical, jazz to blue grass, and gospel to rock genres, and appeal to all ages.
1052 U. S. Highway 43
P. O. Box 766
Winfield, AL 35594
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The Pastime Theatre once again has booked a stellar lineup of acts for your entertainment in the 2024 Pastime Theatre Concert Schedule. Be sure to get your ticket to all these great shows. The theatre is a great place to enjoy these concerts. You'll be glad you came!
Below is more information about each of the upcoming shows.