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Liberty Theater

1203 Commercial Street

About Us :

Liberty Restoration, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration of the historic Liberty Theater complex, located on the northern coast of Oregon. Launched as a community effort in 1991, the organization received its non-profit status in 1998.

The organization’s leadership is comprised of distinguished individuals from Clatsop and Pacific counties whose commitment to the project demonstrates its significance to the region. The board includes sixteen individuals from diverse fields such as accounting, banking, performing arts, real estate, law, community fundraising, academia and local government.

Clatsop Community College and Portland State University are institutional partners committed to the restoration of the complex.


Michael Angiletta

Friday, Aug. 10, 2018
Beautiful restored historical theater. Great new sound system. Have seen Blind Pilot as well as Opera here, spectacular sensory experience.

Kimberly Beaudoin

Sunday, July 8, 2018
I'm a volunteer there for events. It's a beautiful theater, new sound system is being installed. Its definitely haunted,I got my hair pulled twice when there was no one around me.

Farz Kremluv

Friday, June 22, 2018
Beautiful old theater from the 1920's. I sure hope they get the funding to refurbish it. What a range of shows they've had recently! Woodwind quintet, Creedence and ZZ Top tribute bands, a one-man play about working for Barbra Streisand.

Christina Mae Ketcham

Saturday, March 17, 2018
The Tacoma Opera presented "Carmen". A very wonderful experience from the first sight of the Liberty to the last. A magical experience in time travel as you are suurrounded by the decide of a previous time. We'll apportioned and decorative facades embrace in a warmth of atmosphere, even as the loving community that maintains and operates the Theater brings wonderful performances to the small Oregon Coast town of Astoria.

Nicky Jones

Thursday, April 5, 2018
It's absolutely beautiful there, it reminds me of something I saw in Rome last summer. The acoustics are great there so I don't there there is a bad seat. It's also said to be haunted. Too bad I didn't see a ghost.

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