about Royce Hall
Like Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Royce Hall is one of America’s great concert halls, distinguished not only for its impeccable beauty and refined acoustics, but also for the ghosts of past performances that haunt it. As the main performance venue for CAP UCLA, Royce Hall has been providing something other than just the standard cultural menu for many years.
attention: parking has changed for Royce Hall concerts
Parking Structure #5, where patrons were previously directed to park for Royce Hall events, will be under construction starting in October 2017. Royce Hall patrons will now be directed to park in Structure #2. Guests will now approach Royce Hall from the front of the theater.
Parking for guests with disabilities will be in Dickson Court.
Shuttle and wheelchair service will also be available to Royce Hall patrons who need extra assistance. Please allow extra time if you would like to avail yourself of these services.
From Sunset, turn onto Hilgard. Turn right onto Westholme toward the UCLA campus and take the first left into the North entrance of Parking Structure #2.
From Westwood, drive North on Hilgard, turn left onto Manning toward the UCLA campus and take the first right into the South entrance of the Parking Structure.
Event parking is $12 (rate subject to change), or $6 for visitors who use a Department of Motor Vehicles issued disabled person (DP) placard or license plate.
If you have any parking-related questions, please contact the Central Ticket Office at 310 825 2101 (Mon-Fri 10a-4p) and for all other questions please don’t hesitate to reach out to Coleman in the box office at 213 622 7001.
Royce Hall and the UCLA campus are accessible by the 2/302 and 234 Metro Local buses; the 734 Metro Rapid bus; the 1, 2, 8, 17 and 18 Santa Monica Big Blue Bus lines; and the 6 Culver City Bus line.