Los Angeles Living - Places - Venues - Los Angeles, California, USA

Places for performances, concerts, athletics, conventions, tradeshows, gatherings
  • Angel Stadium: 45,000-seat baseball stadium; formerly Anaheim Stadium, Edison International Field; Anaheim, California
  • Coliseum: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum; sports and entertainment venue of 90,000 person capacity (68,000 for NFL football); home of USC Trojans
  • Convention Ctr LA: LA Convention Ctr; convention and exhibition facility; over 7 hectares of exhibit space; meeting rooms, theater, parking
  • Convention Ctr LB: Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center; convention and exhibition facility; includes the Long Beach Arena and Exhibition Halls, the Terrace and Center Theaters, Ballroom and Meeting Rooms
  • Dodger Stadium: 56,000-seat baseball stadium
  • Dolby Theatre: performing arts space; has hosted Academy Awards®; located at the Hollywood & Highland complex; formerly Kodak Theatre
  • Fairplex: 200-hectare fairgrounds; home of the LA County Fair and events throughout the year including consumer and trade shows, meetings, expositions, conventions, track wagering, sporting, and agricultural events
  • Grand Olympic: Grand Olympic Auditorium; performance space in LA
  • Grauman's Chinese: Famous movie palace; Grauman's Chinese Theatre
  • Greek Theatre: Open-air auditorium; in Griffith Park
  • Hollywood Bowl: Famous performance area; in a natural amphitheater; seating capacity just under 18,000; includes a museum
  • Honda Ctr: Entertainment and sports venue in Anaheim; six hectares in area; home to Mighty Ducks (NHL Hockey); formerly Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim, Anaheim Arena
  • Center Th Gr: Center Theatre Group; Ahmanson Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, Kirk Douglas Theatre
  • Music Ctr: Music Center performing arts complex; includes Walt Disney Concert Hall, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theatre, and Mark Taper Forum; home to major arts groups such as Los Angeles Philharmonic, Los Angeles Opera
  • PAC/Orange Co: Orange County Performing Arts Center; includes Segerstrom Hall, Founders Hall
  • Rose Bowl: Rose Bowl Stadium; home of New Year's Tournament of Roses Football Game; also home of UCLA Bruin Football, Fourth of July celebrations, concerts, religious services, filmings and the world's largest flea market
  • Staples Center: Sports arena; home of the LA Lakers, Clippers, Sparks, and other teams
  • Walt Disney Hall: Performing arts hall; home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Master Chorale; part of the Music Center performing arts complex
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