1111 S Figueroa St Los Angeles, CA 90015 (213) 742-7340
Tickets for STAPLES Center sports and entertainment events are available at STAPLES Center Box Office located at 1111 S. Figueroa Street. The Box Office is adjacent to Star Plaza, on Chick Hearn Court (formerly 11th Street), between Georgia and Figueroa. Contact the Box Office by phone at (213) 742-7340.
Box Office Hours - STAPLES Center Events
Monday - Saturday
Event Days: 9:00 AM - ½ hour after event start
Non-Event Days: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Event Days: 10:00 AM - ½ hour after event start
Non-Event Days: Closed
Box Office Hours - Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE and Club Nokia Events
Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Exchange LA is located in the former Los Angeles Stock Exchange Building, which dates back to 1929. With renovations complete the new-look begins almost immediately with 12-foot bronze doors at the entrance welcoming the next generation of Angelinos to the party!
Featuring live music/DJs 7 nights a week & daily happy hour specials, La Cita has something to offer for everyone!
Check out our events calendar at http://lacitabar.com/events
EVERY DAY (indoors) 10AM - 9PM
$3 Domestics & Tecate; $4 Wells
MON-FRI (El Patio) 4PM - 9PM
$3 Domestics & Tecate; $4 Wells
FRIDAYS: ANGRY HOUR on El Patio 4PM - 9PM
It's ANGRY HOUR - Punk rock, hardcore and beyond at La Cita! LA's best punk rock happy hour every Friday.
SATURDAYS: AFTERNOON DELIGHT on El Patio 2PM - 9PM
Yacht rock and happy hour prices on the patio! Hosted by CALIXTO and JIMMY JAMES
SUNDAYS: SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY on El Patio 2PM - 9PM
Los Angeles' best and original Build Your Own Bloody Mary Bar! Awarded LA Weekly's Best Bloody Mary and Best Michelada.
The GRAMMY Museum is an educational and interactive music museum in downtown Los Angeles, committed to engaging students, teachers and visitors in the power of music – through education programs, interactive exhibits, workshops, and live performances.
We use music as a gateway to learning and a means to empower students to cultivate creativity, critical thinking and self-expression skills. Our education programs include Museum tours, workshops, after-school and summer programs, mentorships, and more.
Since our inception in 2008, we have served over 200,000 K-12 students and educators from Southern California and across the country.
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The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is one of the halls in the Los Angeles Music Center (which is one of the three largest performing arts centers in the United States). The Music Center's other halls include the Mark Taper Forum, Ahmanson Theatre, and Walt Disney Concert Hall.The Pavilion has 3,156 seats spread over four tiers, with chandeliers, wide curving stairways and rich décor. The auditorium's sections are the Orchestra (divided in Premiere Orchestra, Center Orchestra, Main Orchestra and Orchestra Ring), Circle (divided in Grand Circle and Founders Circle), Loge (divide in Front Loge and Rear Loge), as well as Balcony (divided in Front Balcony and Rear Balcony).HistoryConstruction started on March 9, 1962, and it was dedicated September 27, 1964. The Pavilion was named for Dorothy Buffum Chandler who “led (the) effort to build a suitable home for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and rejuvenate the performing arts in Los Angeles. The result was Mrs. Chandler’s crowning achievement, the Music Center of Los Angeles County. Her tenacious nine-year campaign on behalf of the Music Center produced more than $19 million in private donations” noted Albert Greenstein in 1999.In order to receive approval for construction from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Mrs. Chandler promised Kenneth Hahn that the building would be open free for the public for one day a year. The result was the Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration, a Christmas Eve tradition sponsored by the Board of Supervisors. The program is broadcast on KCET-TV and an edited version of the prior year's show is syndicated to public television stations via PBS.
Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles, originally built as the United Artists Building and later known as the Texaco Building, is a 243ft, 13-story highrise hotel and theater building located at 937 South Broadway in downtown Los Angeles, California. It was the tallest building in the city for one year after its completion in 1927, and was the tallest privately owned structure in Los Angeles until 1956. Its style is Spanish Gothic, patterned after Segovia Cathedral in Segovia, Spain.The building contains the historic United Artists Theater, the flagship theater built for the United Artists motion picture studio. The theater was later used as a church by pastors Gene Scott and his widow Melissa Scott under the name "Los Angeles University Cathedral". In October 2011, Scott's Wescott Christian Center Inc. sold the building to Greenfield Partners, a real estate investment company located in Westport, Connecticut, for $11 million. It was converted to a hotel, and opened in 2014.United Artists TheaterThe United Artists Theater was designed by the architect C. Howard Crane of the firm Walker & Eisen for the United Artists film studio formed by Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford. The theater, a classic movie palace, was one of many constructed by United Artists and served as a major premier house. The theater occupies three floors of the 13-story building and has a 1,600-seat auditorium. Like many movie theaters, the seat rows sink in toward the front of the orchestra section, so ticket holders there must look up at the stage.
Originally opened in 1914 as The National. Three years later, the name was changed to The Regent, as we still know it today. After decades as a grindhouse and adult movie venue, the theater was closed in 2000, only to lay dormant for several years. Six years later, developer Tom Gilmore acquired the property, using it as an occasional art and performance space for the monthly Thursday night Downtown Art Walk. Known for its sloped floor, proscenium archway and gothic-inspired ceiling, The Regent is a true relic and the last remaining historic movie theater on Downtown LA’s Main Street. Music promoter Mitchell Frank, along with Artist and Recreation, LLC, and Knitting Factory Entertainment Inc., took over the lease in 2012 and has restored the theatre to its former glory. Improvements include an update on all interiors, second story mezzanine for killer viewing as well as a pizzeria (Prufrock Pizzeria) and bar (The Love Song).
Upon completion fall of 2014, The Regent Theater will play host to concerts, themed dance nights, theater performances, movie screenings, special events, parties and festivals.
Pershing Square is a public park in downtown Los Angeles, California, one square block in size, bounded by 5th Street to the north, 6th Street to the south, Hill Street to the east, and Olive Street to the west. It lies atop a large underground parking garage.History19th centuryIn the 1850s, the location was used as a camp by settlers from outside the Pueblo de Los Angeles, which lay to the northeast around the Our Lady Queen of the Angels' church, the Los Angeles Plaza, and present-day Olvera Street. Surveyors drew the site as 10 individual plots of land, but in practicality it was a single 5acre parcel. Canals distributing water from the Zanja Madre were adjacent. In 1866 the site was dedicated as a public square by Mayor Cristobal Aguilar; it was called La Plaza Abaja, or "The Lower Plaza." At some point the owner of a nearby beergarden, German immigrant George "Roundhouse" Lehman, planted small native Monterey cypress trees, fruit trees, and flowering shrubs in the park and maintained them until his death in 1882.In 1867, St. Vincent's College, present-day Loyola Marymount University, was situated across the street, and so the park informally became known as St. Vincent's Park. In 1870, it was officially named Los Angeles Park. In 1886 it was renamed 6th Street Park, and it redesigned with an "official park plan" by Frederick Eaton. In the early 1890s it was renamed Central Park. During this period a bandstand pavilion was added for concerts and orators. The plantings became sub-tropically lush, and the park became a shady oasis and an outdoor destination. In 1894 the park was used as the staging area for the annual crowning of the queen of 'La Fiesta de Los Angeles.
Founded in 1971, the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center is one of the largest ethnic arts and cultural centers of its kind in the United States.
The mission of the JACCC is to present, perpetuate, transmit and promote Japanese and Japanese American arts and culture to diverse audiences, and to provide a center to enhance community programs.
The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center is the preeminent presenter of Japanese and Japanese American, and Asian American performing and visual arts nationally.
The JACCC also provides office space to a wide variety of nonprofit cultural, educational and community-based organizations in Los Angeles.
Clifton's Cafeteria, once part of a chain of eight Clifton's restaurants, is the oldest surviving cafeteria style eatery in Los Angeles. and the largest public cafeteria in the world. Founded in 1931 by Clifford Clinton, the name was created by combining "Clifford" and "Clinton" to produce "Clifton's". The design of the restaurants included exotic decor and facades that were "kitschy and theatrical".The second Clifton's facility opened in 1935 at 648 S Broadway. In 1939 its name was changed to 'Clifton's Brookdale', and as the sole survivor of the multiple branches over 79 years, it is now known as 'Clifton's Cafeteria' or simply as "Clifton's". It has remained in operation for 74 years. The restaurant chain was noted for each facility having its own theme, and for aiding those who could not afford to pay. This approach to business reflected the owner's Christian ethos—he never turned anyone away hungry and maintained a precedent set by the first restaurant on Olive Street, known as "Clifton's Golden Rule". In 1946, Clifford and his wife Nelda sold their cafeteria interests to their three younger Clinton children, and retired to devote their attentions to a Meals for Millions, a non-profit charitable organization he founded in the wake of World War II to distribute food to millions of starving and malnourished people throughout the world.Clifton's Brookdale was sold to nightclub operator Andrew Meieran on September 21, 2010. Meieran intended renovations to preserve its unique atmosphere, as well the restaurant's 1950-style recipes. In February 2012 Meieran said the remodeling was expected to continue for another 18 months. Clifton's Brookdale reopened October 1, 2015.
The Four Diamond Luxe City Center Hotel is perfectly positioned in the heart of Downtown LA, right next to Staples Center, Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live, and within blocks of Downtown LA’s business and fashion districts. Exciting dining, shopping, nightlife and cultural attractions are all within easy reach. Whether you’re looking for a chic, comfortable boutique hotel for a good night’s sleep, a quick bite pre-concert or sporting event, or an interlude from your Downtown LA plans, the luxurious but not pretentious Luxe City Center Hotel is where you want to be. Featuring 178 extra spacious guest rooms including 16 suites, 7,000 sq. ft. of indoor/outdoor meeting space, and niXon global kitchen + patio lounge where guests can enjoy internationally influenced cuisine while overlooking LA Live. Take a look around our page and see what Luxe City Center Hotel has to offer. Or better yet, come and see for yourself! We look forward to welcoming you!
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Built in 1913, The Globe is a Theatre filled with history. Today, it has regained its impressive luster of past times with its historic entrance on Broadway, one of the most prestigious avenues in Los Angeles.
Artists, actors, and acrobats perform in this magical space. Its ideal size allows exceptional shows while the latest audio technologies, lighting, and special effects enhance the Baroque architecture.
The Globe Theatre is a venue with infinite possibilities: High-end Clubbing, fashion shows, filming, corporate/private events, live concerts.
Honoring the past while celebrating the future, The Globe is a theatre of the 21st century.
Engine Co. No. 28 answered its first emergency call on July 23, 1913. 75 years later, Engine Co. No. 28 reopened its doors as a full-service, upscale, and one of a kind downtown eatery. Enjoy an unmatched dining experience complete with mahogany bar, original brass fire pole, and even a ride to local theaters and entertainment venues aboard our little red fire shuttle. We even boast one of the best happy hours in downtown, available 7 days a week!
Update: We will be closed on Sundays for the summer. Join us for weekend champagne brunches starting Saturday, September 7th!
The centerpiece of Le Ka lies in our global inspired, California cuisine focused on fine artisanal and locally sourced ingredients. To complement the menu, our wine list boasts a broad range of approachable food-friendly selections from around the world. Our cocktail offerings apply the concepts of ingredient-driven mixology to classics and new standards alike – a reflection of the very spirit of Le Ka.
Well Connected is a Los Angeles-based company established in 2010 to unite music, design and fashion communities together under one collective umbrella. Our store/salon/studio is located at 1006 S. Olive St. in the heart of downtown Los Angeles
The Well creates. The Well parties. The Well gives back.
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With over 86,000 total square feet and three floors of truly dynamic event spaces, plus a rooftop featuring panoramic views of Downtown Los Angeles, the possibilities to conceptualize here are endless.
The landmark historic building features a multitude of event spaces that together act as a blank canvas suitable for special events, filming, concerts, weddings, editorial shoots… and just about anything else one could dream of.
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A New Form Of Luxury Experience In One of the World's Greatest Arenas
SBE & AEG proudly introduce: HYDE LOUNGE AT STAPLES CENTER
Located on suite level C, HYDE LOUNGE will bring a sexy and sophisticated ambiance, along with the highest service standards, unique energy, and superior sounds – to the views of some of the greatest concerts, shows and sporting events.
Modeled after its famed predecessor on Sunset Boulevard, HYDE LOUNGE will feature exciting cuisine, our signature cocktails, bottle service and premium tableside mixology synonymous with SBE’s luxury lifestyle.
HYDE LOUNGE is also the place for special events! No better way to create an unforgettable experience in downtown Los Angeles’ newest hotspot.
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or 323 330 8018
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or 323 525 2400
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