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Best Downtown L.A. Sports & Entertainment Venues
Downtown L.A. has so many of the world’s greatest entertainment venues – check out this list to get all the info you need on Staples Center, LA Live and more! Click each photo for more information.
Club Nokia is an ideal setting for corporate events, private parties & music & comedy acts. The club can seat up to 2,300 & boasts a state-of-the-art sound system designed for live entertainment.
In its 50 years, Dodger Stadium has hosted 8 World Series, 2 All Star Game & timeless acts including the Beatles & Michael Jackson. You’ll definitely want to soak up the history and take in a game.
El Rey Theatre
Built in 1936, the El Rey Theatre was one of the few first-run movie palaces located in L.A.’s Miracle Mile district. The theatre is now a popular live music venue for artists both big & small.
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Almost every outdoor sports team in L.A. has called the Coliseum home. Built in 1923, the Coliseum has a seating capacity of over 100,000, one of the largest outdoor arenas on the West Coast.
Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena
Since opening in 1959, the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena has hosted some of the biggest events in the last half century, & was home to the Clippers & Lakers, as well the USC men’s basketball team.
One of L.A.’s premier entertainment venues, the Nokia Theatre has hosted artists like Aretha Franklin & The Eagles, while awards shows like the Emmys & ESPY Awards have been televised from its stage.
The STAPLES Center is the venue for sporting & entertainment events in L.A. Not only is it the home to the Lakers, Clippers & Kings, it has hosted the likes of the Red Hot Chili Peppers & Van Halen.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
The Walt Disney Concert Hall is one of the leading classical music venues in the country. The main auditorium holds 2,265 seats & includes world-renowned state-of-the-art acoustics.
Long praised as one of the finest examples of the Art Deco style of architecture in the USA, the Wiltern Theatre was initially a venue for vaudeville shows & now regularly hosts major artists.