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The Greek Theatre
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2700 N Vermont Ave Los Angeles, CA 90027
2700 North Vermont AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90027
$$$Amphitheater, Concert HallToday 12:00 – 6:00 pm
Monday 12:00 – 6:00 pmTuesday 12:00 – 6:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 6:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 6:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 6:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
Live music under the stars in the heart of Los Angeles. The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles’ premiere outdoor theatre, is nestled in the picturesque tree-enclosed setting of Griffith Park.
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Historic, 5,900-seat amphitheater in a wooded park showcasing a variety of acts under the stars.- Google
"This is probably my favorite outdoor music venue I've been to."
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"Def a must see unique la music venue."
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Nyssa Buck
2 months ago
There is just something magical about a stage being out in the open in the middle of a forest-esque place. We came to see Pat Benatar and Cheap tricks and it was just amazing. They killed it. Our seat was pretty far back but we could see the stage clearly and the sound was great. Parking is always a pain I would rather park this way then have them make parking spots around that area. Unfortunately it's not BYOB and they charge crazy prices for food and drinks, so eat first and drink after!
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Jen H
4 months ago
Great artist always make their way to the Greek! It's an outdoor venue with the perfect amount of space where it doesn't seem like you can get a bad seat in the house. But then again, I never sat all the way in the back :P Bring a light sweater since it gets a little chilly when the sun goes down, even on those HOT summer nights. Parking sucks here, but it's unavoidable because the Greek Theatre is located in the hills of Griffith Park. Stacked parking is $15, not stacked is $20. If you have a low rider, your car will get lots of unwanted've been warned! Snacks and drinks are priced high with beers priced at $12, yikes! The bathrooms are located on both wings of the Greek with plenty of stalls....the line moves pretty fast, so no worries during music set breaks. My seats review: Terrace C- JJ 1 +3 Awesome! I was on the left Wing, second row with no one in front of me except the rails! It was a great view, no complaints! Overall, it's a beautiful venue where it feels intimate with the beautiful Griffith Park surrounding us. Greek is my pick for my Summer Nights!!!
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Rodney S
6 months ago
Get me to the Greek! More intimate than the Hollywood Bowl, I had a great time enjoying a show at the famous Greek Theatre. For parking, I utilized the prepaid off-site shuttle parking. For only $7 per vehicle, I parked at the Griffith Park Pony/Train rides. I had our printed receipt scanned & given a wristband, which enabled us to board the shuttle. A short ride later, I'm at the Greek! Pick up was at the same location. We got there early, so didn't have to wait to be brought back. Way better than stack parking! Most seats have a great view of the stage. The acoustics were good, as I enjoyed a beautiful sunny SoCal evening, listening to fine music. This is probably my favorite outdoor music venue I've been to. The smaller size makes for more of a personal experience. I highly recommend catching a show at the fabulous Greek Theatre!
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Amie V
6 months ago
I been to the Greek Theatre both times for Goo goo dolls! The first time, I dealth wifh their stack parking and its a b*tch to get out. Sat in Terrace, cant go wrong there. Venue is great for summer concerts. The last concert was in July and now they provide shuttle with advance purchase online for $7 and you park at a near by park near the 5 fwy. I recommend that option than stack parking. Overall, a cozy venue for summer concerts!
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Jaime Saenz
8 months ago
The Greek Theatre is an outdoor venue made for concerts. It's on the way to the Griffith Observatory, sort of hidden within the hills and trees. The fact that it is so isolated I think makes this place great. You can't see or hear anything else but the music. I came here for an acoustic concert by Above and Beyond, which was hands down amazing. The acoustics are great, regardless of where you sit. Just be weary that you won't have cell reception, which actually made it better for me. People weren't busy on their phones. This is an old venue, which gives a classic look. I'd definitely see another concert here.
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Peter Gregory
a month ago
One of my favorite places to see a show in LA. Been here a bunch of times, but best show by far was the White Stripes. Jack and Meg rocked that place. The acoustics are great for an outdoor venue.
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Scott Diehl
6 months ago
This is my favorite venue in Los Angeles for a concert. I'd go see anything here; Allman Brothers (back when they were touring), Phil Lesh & Friends, Indigo Girls, Jackson Browne and so many other concert memories. The back-drop of beautiful lit trees, the crisp night air and the feeling of partying with the coolest group in Los Angeles at one of the most incredible spaces keeps me coming back. Oh, and the music is always great too!
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Alice Chang
7 months ago
the greek theater sets your expectations low for the venue with shitty parking. i arrived late at the sheryl crow concert due to traffic (what's new?) and as a result a lot of the non-stacked parking were filled, so i was forced to park in lot b. for $15 i had to drive up a hill (with manual trans, eep), go down a hill, and ruin a bunch of park grass along the way. the parking situation was just a mess. to sum up the different parking options: 1) stacked parking: $15. you're pretty much forced to stay until the concert is over. you save $5 from non-stacked parking. i was lucky i was parked near the exit so i didn't have to wait for all the drunk people to slowly stumble back to their car. 2) non-stacked parking: $20. you can leave whenever, so if sheryl crow & band aren't cutting it, you can gtfo. both parking options are equally expensive. and once you enter you're greeted by a full bar, i see why they did that, so you can forget all the parking hell you just went through for a good 20 minutes. then as you walk towards the theater you're greeted by the concession stand. and alas, finally you see the theater. overall i enjoy the intimate venue. our seats were in section c but we didn't feel like they were nose-bleed seats. i think most of the seats in the theater gave pretty good views of the stage. i also love the outdoor theater, nice on a warm summer day. so you see how i was able to set my expectations for the greek theater low with shitty parking and everything just better after i had a margarita and a giant pretzel in my hands, all collected en route to my seat :)
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