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The Greek Theatre
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2700 N Vermont Ave Los Angeles, CA 90027
2700 North Vermont AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90027
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Historic, 5,900-seat amphitheater in a wooded park showcasing a variety of acts under the stars.- Google
"Great sound, great bathrooms, great parking, and even great veggie dogs!"
"Great food and drinks, and not too overpriced."
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Sara Martinez
4 weeks ago
Small venue but great ambiance. Stuff is super helpful. Food not so amazing but serves the purpose. Lots of parking. Restroom gets amazingly paked (downside ) sound system is great.
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toni tardino
a month ago
I started going here at the beginning of summer. Ended up seeing 3 concerts here in 2 months. It's my favorite place to see a concert. Clean, fan friendly, and intimate. All the staff were wonderful. Includes Judy who was the receptionist who called me back with meet and greet info, and Charles (event staff that stands near the stage as security) Charles was so understanding and friendly to my sister and I at the Pat Benatar concert last Sunday. He was guarding the front of stage where we happened to be and was so professional when dealing with us die hard fans.. Thanks Charles... Thanks everyone at the Greek.
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A Google User
2 months ago
The Greek was a real surprise on how good it left me feeling after I made it home and had a moment to think and reflect about it in bed while waiting for my girlfriend to finish washing all the 'Concords' out from her hair that somehow got stuck in it after first taking flight earlier on in the night during the show of the 'kinda same name that we just enjoyed. "FLIGHT OF THE CONCORDS" This was a show that up until they were halfway finished through their opening song was still waiting for Danny Devito to pop out of the bottom of the stage in that black bowling hat and two day old wet brown chewy swisher sweet cigar until it never happened... Because this wasn't "Its always sunny in Philadelphia!" we were enjoying but something completely different and thank God it was because I can only imagine how much it would suck to have to try and look at Danny devito from the seats we were sitting in. I digress.... The venue was great, even though it holds 6000 people I got a real intimate feeling that few other places like this have ever been able to give me. The parking was not a problem either, we came in late like everyone else who consideres themselves hip in the LA scene and pulled right in to a 25 dollar lot that positioned us to be out without a hitch or bumper bent when we were going to leave. I recommend this to anybody who enjoys to have a breath of fresh air with their enjoyment of life moments because that's exactly what this is and you'll wake up a better person the next day for doing it.
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Miss Ruby H
3 weeks ago
I love the Greek. Not too big, so you always get good seats. I like the atmosphere and the sound.
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Nick Meyer
in the last week
It has good seating and a very cozy outdoorsy feel. The seating, even in the balcony, is comfortable and it is easy to see the stage. There is complementary Wi-Fi, which is always nice, and helpful people. The food is a little expensive though, and the Wi-Fi is prime to not work.
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Donovan Keme
3 weeks ago
Excellent shuttle service for offsite parking. Plenty of bars inside the venue all over the place so the waits are not that long. Seems to pull a pretty cool cross section of people. Ended up being really refreshing to not be able to have cell service on T-Mobile because it how remote it is. Felt like a very refined and well-thought-out performance space.
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Jorge Trujillo
2 months ago
The Greek Theatre is a great outdoor venue where there is no such thing as a bad seat. The sound and acoustics were great, especially since this was an outdoor venue. The venue was very well maintained and there are ample restrooms, so you won't have long lines to wait in. Since this venue is in the middle of a neighborhood, there is a noise ordinance and the concerts must end by 10:00 pm - so be sure to arrive on time! The only major complaint was the parking situation, since you need to drive through neighborhood streets in order to arrive to the venue and that causes a lot of backup/traffic. Additionally, parking was $30+ and cash only so make sure you take cash with you in order to not waste additional time getting to an ATM.
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Michole Smith
3 weeks ago
Super nice workers. Nachos not bad. Decent food selections. Great seating. Very nice, organized theatre. Clean, huge bathrooms.


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