Located in beautiful Griffith Park and given to the City of Los Angeles as a gift in 1896, the Greek Theater is an outdoor concert venue you must experience while staying in L.A. Though it can seat more than 6,000 patrons, you may never again enjoy such a truly intimate setting for listening to one of your favorite performers. Surrounded by trees, the space offers outstanding acoustics. Whether you prefer classical music, rock, easy listening or jazz, you'll love this place. Ticket prices vary widely and can often be somewhat expensive. Depending on the time of year, you'll probably want to bring along a sweater or jacket, since you'll be seated outdoors in a city that can get a bit chilly in the evenings. On show nights the box office remains open for 30 minutes before the show.
After the Palace Theatre was converted for silent films, the Orpheum vaudeville circuit moved here for its remaining years. Like the Los Angeles Theatre, it emulates the opulence of a French palace, with a marble lobby, a gold gilt ceiling, and a rare organ. One of the landmarks in the region, the theatre continues to host multiple events, shows and concerts. Tickets can be booked online or at the box office, one hour prior to the show.
Spread over 4,210 acres (1,704 hectares) of the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains, Griffith Park is often referred to as "the Central Park of Los Angeles". The municipal park is one of North America's largest urban green spaces. There's ample opportunity for outdoor activities like hiking, horseback riding and tennis, alongside popular attractions like the Griffith Observatory, the Los Angeles Zoo, the Greek Theater, and the iconic Hollywood Sign. At the confluence of landscaped greenery and rugged wilderness, Griffith Park is Los Angeles' most treasured recreational venue and scenic escape.
An iconic attraction in Hollywood, Universal Studios is a must-visit for anyone who enjoys the thrill and excitement of a theme park. With a slate of ever-changing attractions, the park is a great outing for the whole family and can easily take up an entire day. After the guided tour, you can wander around the park, and get something to eat at one of the numerous restaurants and cafes scattered around its sprawl. Later, take in various shows like WaterWorld or the Special Effects show. Some other park attractions that will definitely get your adrenaline pumping include the Revenge of the Mummy Ride, various rides at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and the acclaimed King Kong 360-3D virtual ride.
Venice is know for its beach, the glorious stretch of pristine white sands, the warm sunshine and the palm trees making for the perfect postcard. You need not step onto the beach in order to experience the vibrant culture of Venice, just walk along the bustling boardwalk and you will see the local scene unfold before you. Watch the street performers mesmerize spectators with their talents, buy something very unique from any of the shops that line the Boardwalk, or catch the attraction that is the Muscle Beach, where Arnold Schwarzenegger-worshipers pump iron and strive to look as big and muscular as possible.
The Staples Center is home to the Los Angeles Lakers, the Kings and the Clippers. At many games, you can catch celebrity fans like Jack Nicholson and Leonardo DiCaprio courtside. It also hosts concerts with the biggest names in the business featured regularly here. The arena boasts a $1.5 million Bose sound system and an eight-sided, high-resolution video scoreboard and public concourses with 1,200 television monitors. It's the perfect place to enjoy a spectacle.
One of the major historic landmarks of the city, the Pasadena City Hall is the center of the Pasadena's governance. Though it largely houses government offices, the building also features a few rental spaces that can be used to host private events. Centennial Square is one such venue, in front of the main building. With the iconic landmark at its backdrop, this is one of the city's most loved concert and theater venues.
Started in 1999 as Pasadena Junior Theater, Theatre 360 is a prominent children's theater that is focused on giving theater education and performance opportunities to children and teens in the neighborhood. Quality theater education is provided at Pasadena Junior Theater irrespective of the student's socio-economic or cultural background by expert and experienced actors as well as mentors. This is the place to be if you wish to witness the performance of talented and upcoming young actors from the city. Various theatrical shows played at Theatre 360 by the students are ideal for family entertainment and is visited by people of all ages in large numbers.
The Donald R.Wright Auditorium is a cozy and intimate event space housed within the Pasadena Central Library. The venue is conveniently located in the heart of the city and frequently hosts city events, conferences, charity events, musicals, plays, exhibitions, and other local functions. The auditorium offers visitors an intimate space, comfortable seating, and excellent sound systems to ensure a pleasant and enjoyable experience.
The Rose is a live music space, where you ears will cherish good music. Offering spacious ground, the venue has been a host to a couple of international and regional concerts. The multipurpose space is used as a dinner theater and hosts international concerts and seminars. You can book the space for any of your private event with customized ambiance.