The arts enhance the livability and quality-of-life of communities, as well as their attractiveness for corporate locations and knowledge workers. They also generate ongoing economic benefits from operational and visitor spending.
Economic and Fiscal Benefits of a Performing Arts Center Study
The Perryman Group

Economic and Fiscal Benefits of a Performing Arts Center Study

In 2017, The Perryman Group conducted a study of the Economic and Fiscal Benefits of a Performing Arts Center on Round Rock.

Their findings included estimated total economic benefits (including multiplier effects) of construction of the proposed Round Rock Performing Arts Center include $45.761 million in gross product and some 559 person- years of employment, with annual economic benefits (including multiplier effects) once operational of $6.973 million in gross product, as well as 103 jobs in the Round Rock/Williamson County Area.