about Bovard Auditorium
Completed in 1921 and located in the center of the USC campus, Bovard Auditorium has a rich history as a performance venue. The 1200-seat Auditorium has hosted classical and jazz concerts, has been used as a location shoot for TV shows and films, and has hosted a presidential debate.
Parking is located in Parking Structure X (PSX) on the USC campus, with entrance off S Figueroa Street. Electric carts are available to shuttle elderly and disabled patrons between the Parking Structure and Bovard.
Bovard Auditorium is a short, 5-minute walk away from the Expo Park/USC Station on the Expo Line. It is also easily accessed by the 35/38, 81, 102, 200, 204, 442 and 550 Metro Local buses; the 754 Metro Rapid Bus; and the DASH F bus.