The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles

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Greek Theatre is a 5,870-seat music venue located at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California. It was built in 1929, opening on September 29 of that year. The Greek Theatre is owned by the city of Los Angeles, and is operated by SMG.
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  • We went from Anaheim to the Greek Theatre to see the Elton John show, which was advertised as Rocket Man LIVE, with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. We handle d'aanism for 2 hours, the theater is amazing and has a great natural environment. But the show was a scam. We were passed the Rocket Man film, with the orchestra playing on par (you couldn't distinguish the orchestra from the film's soundtrack) and in the end Elton John sang TWO songs and left. fraude.
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  • This concert venue has some popular music history behind it which was one of the reasons that I wanted to visit it. It did not disappoint. Its non "stadium" size, ambience and general layout and ameni...  more »
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  • This is the greatest venue to watch concerts ever. Not a bad seat in the house (seats just a little over 5500). Grounds outside the seating area including concession and relaxation areas were renovated heavily and tastefully and control offer management and operation was returned back to Nederlander, who we regulars campaigned for vigorously two years ago to keep out Live Nation and keep the city from managing. You will see all kinds of bands here, but many huge 70's and 80's acts come here because it is a throwback and the closeness and ownership feel of the people who attend here is legendary. Never had a bad time at the Greek. It's a community and a family feel that you will appreciate.
  • Was there for a 5 Seconds of Summer concert while it was pouring rain and crazy thunder but the people there made sure our safety was put first before they went on with the show. Best concert ever! The venue is big but any seat throughout it is a good seat because you can actually see the artist clearly without having to look at the screens.

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