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Wiltern Theatre

3790 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010-2807
+1 213-388-1400
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gorgeous venue

Attended a Hanson concert here at Christmas time. Hanson fans are pretty serious about lining up... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Laura C
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Midland, Texas
Great spot for a rock n roll show

I saw Liam Gallagher this week and the theatre was intimate, had reserved seating as well as... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Tom R
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Santa Monica, California
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The Wiltern Theatre first opened its doors to movie crowds on October 7th, 1931. Recognized by the City of Los Angeles as a Historic Cultural Monument, this Art Deco Landmark was renovated and restored to its original splendor in 1985, under the direction of Bill Graham Presents. Following a legendary history of performances and events, a $1.5 million facelift led to the Grand Re-Opening on October 15, 2002. Formerly an all-seated venue, the theatre had its 1,200-orchestra seats removed and now features a five-tiered floor that slants upward from the stage, thereby accommodating a standing-room-only configuration. The balcony still offers a thousand seats, and the flexible new arrangement allows for seats to be brought in for more intimate performances. The venue's new capacity is roughly 2,300, depending on how the floor is set up. In October 2003, The Wiltern and LG Electronics, a leading global consumer electronics company, celebrated the renaming of the theater. Currently known as The Wiltern LG, this venue sponsorship will offer concert-goers the opportunity to become acquainted with LG Electronics' line of well-designed, groundbreaking digital products. Formerly a great place to catch more sedate acts, the Wiltern's new design makes it one of “LA's coolest venues to check out performers of any type of music” says AOL’s City Guide. Join us for love, laughter and music!
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3790 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010-2807
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Attended a Hanson concert here at Christmas time. Hanson fans are pretty serious about lining up and what order people get inside. The staff was super accommodating about keeping all the lines straight. Once inside, the venue was breathtaking. I'm super glad I was able...More

Thank Laura C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I saw Liam Gallagher this week and the theatre was intimate, had reserved seating as well as General Admission and full service bars. Historic Art Deco Los Angeles landmark.

Thank Tom R
Reviewed 14 October 2017

I've been here twice now and the first time i had floor seating and it was great, i did not feel over crowded at all. The only let down from my first experience was a few drunk girls behind us but they did not bother...More

Thank Kimberly T
Reviewed 28 September 2017 via mobile

Great venue in general. Art Deco design is very nice. Music sound and acoustics are good. Let downs are the toilets flooded with urine and it's $16 for a beer. That to me is absolute robbery and then the bartender wants a tip? Nah mate.

Thank M-Storer1
Reviewed 22 September 2017

The Venue: Definitely a historic theater in LA. Love love love the interior of the theater, beautiful ceiling, unique deco. It's a mid size theater, even 2nd floor has good view of the stage. The Staffs: Very friendly. To make buying alcohol more efficiently, they...More

Thank travelercass
Reviewed 25 May 2017

Attended a program here and thought it was beautiful. Very ornate. Very Art Deco. Comfortable seats and great acoustics. Was able to walk to it from my hotel, but there is a convenient metro stop across the street.

1  Thank MegtheHealer
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

I purchased tickets as a birthday surprise for my husband to see Robin Trower. Then my husband surprised me by announcing he was having knee surgery just prior. Checked with his doctor and he gave okay for him to attend if not a lot of...More

1  Thank dawnb843
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Parking - Non Existent - $25 A Beer - $18 Seating - unless you've acquired pit or front loge, you're screwed A beer - $18

1  Thank KEROUAC22
Reviewed 7 March 2017

Old style theatre with very ornate decorations inside. Nice set up, balcony over head. Multiple bars, huge lobby. Definitely what a grand old theater should look like. I had heard that it had nice velvet seats, but maybe those are only in the balcony. On...More

Thank valzebub
Reviewed 3 March 2017

Very nice theatre seating in an intimate setting. Unfortunately, parking is at a premium. I was surprised parking at Ralph's supermarket next door cost $25!! Not much choice but to pay unless you want your car towed away. Drinks are overpriced. I paid $16 for...More

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Did the VIP lounge and parking. It gave you underground parking directly under the theatre so you entered on the bottom floor. They did make us feel special by offering us champagne in the garage as we entered the lounge... More
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