One of L.A.’s most venerable landmarks opened its doors on February 15, 1926 and still has a Mighty Wurlitzer organ, that is one of three working pipe organs remaining in Southern California. From a young Judy Garland’s 1933 vaudeville performance to recent filmings of the hit TV shows “American Idol” and “So You Think You Can Dance”, this renowned venue hosts an array of theatrical productions, religious events, concerts, weddings, film festivals, seminars, private parties, variety shows, awards shows, movie shoots, music video shoots, television show and commercial shoots and much more.
There are numerous public parking lots within a few blocks of The Orpheum with prices ranging from $8 to $30. These lots are cash-only and are not operated by the venue. For a list of lots near the venue, click here.
The Orpheum is easily accessible by Metro and Metro Bus. Please consult Metro timetables to make sure your desired route runs nights and weekends.