The Alex Theatre has been a landmark since 1925. Originally a neighborhood Vaudeville house and movie palace, today the venue serves as a world class performing arts and entertainment center. Designed by architects Charles R. Selkirk and Arthur G. Lindley, the Alexander Theatre, as it was originally known, is adorned with Greek and Egyptian motifs.
In 1940, in an effort to extend the glamour of the Alex out to Brand Boulevard, architect S. Charles Lee created the Theatre’s iconic 100-foot tall Art Deco neon tower with the spiked starburst at the top. The three dimensional marquee, outdoor ticketing kiosk, and decorative terrazzo floor crested in bright tropical colors were added at this time as well, completing the distinct look of the exterior.
216 N Brand Blvd, Glendale, CA 91203, USA
216 North Brand Boulevard
Glendale, CA 91203
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- Orange Street Parking Garage located at the corner of California & Orange
- Exchange Parking Garage located on Maryland Ave, south of Wilson
- Glendale Marketplace Garage located at the corner of Harvard & Maryland
Parking is $1 for four hours with validation from the Alex Theatre (rates subject to change). Stop by the CD counter, or speak with the House Manager for information.
photo Timothy Norris
photo Timothy Norris
photo Timothy Norris
photo Timothy Norris
photo Timothy Norris
Alex Theatre Seating Chart
First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica
Located at 1220 2nd Street, between Wilshire and Arizona, in Santa Monica.
1220 2nd St, Santa Monica, CA 90401, USA
1220 2nd St
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Take the Big Blue Bus (see routes and schedules) or the Metro Expo Line (we are 5 blocks Northwest of the downtown Santa Monica station).
[Santa Monica bike map (PDF)]Santa Monica Community Bike Center – 4th & Colorado: Over 350 secure bicycle parking spaces, bike rental, repair, and 2 hours free valet bike parking. Membership is available, and provides restrooms, showers and lockers for commuters. Bike education and skills classes are hosted here as well. Visit smbikecenter.com for more information.
One of the world’s great cultural, research, and educational centers, The Huntington was founded in 1919 by Henry E. Huntington, a Southern California businessman.
The Huntington is located near Pasadena in the city of San Marino, twelve miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. The Huntington has two entrance gates: at Allen Avenue, just south of California Boulevard, and on Oxford Road.
1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino, CA 91108, USA
1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino,
CA 91108 United States
directions via pasadena surface streets
- From California Avenue: take Allen Avenue south to The Huntington’s Allen gate.
- From Huntington Drive: heading westbound on Huntington Drive, cross the intersection at Sierra Madre Boulevard and immediately turn right at Monterey Road. Continue bearing to the right onto Oxford Road and to the Huntington’s Oxford gate.
- Metro Rail Gold Line: take Metro Rail Gold Line to Allen Avenue Station. From the station, walk 1-1/2 miles south on Allen to The Huntington’s entrance gate, or transfer to Pasadena ARTS bus, which stops at Del Mar & Allen.
- Metro Bus Lines: The Huntington is located in a residential area, and the nearest bus stops are approximately one mile away. Visit the Metro website for more information.
- ARTS Bus:Visit the Pasadena Area Rapid Transit System (ARTS) website for schedules and stops.
Rothenberg Hall Seating Chart
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 performances that haunt it.
340 Royce Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA
10745 Dickson Court
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 825 2101
Parking for Royce Hall is available in Structure 5 (behind Royce Hall). Structure 5 is located at 340 Royce Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90095.
To be dropped off at the front of Royce Hall – please use this address: 10745 Dickson Court, Los Angeles, CA 90095.
Parking opens 90 min before curtain.
Parking Fees = $13, ADA $11. (Cash only)
Directions to Parking Structure 5:
To access Parking Structure 5, turn south onto Royce Drive from Sunset. ADA accessible parking is available on Level 4 of Structure 5. Wheelchair assistance will be available on Level 4 of Parking Structure 5. *For any ADA arrangements please do not hesitate to contact our Patron Services Manager, James Porter at 310-825-6880.
For early arrival and easier egress post show, parking is also available in Parking Structure #4 on Westwood Plaza – off of Sunset Blvd. Parking fee is $13 per vehicle. Parking in structure 4 may be purchased at the pay-by-plate machines using a credit card. *Parking Structure #4 requires the use of Janss Steps (large staircase).
All parking areas will be staffed by UCLA parking attendants to assist patrons with directions and other information. Way-finding signage will also be placed along the pathway to Royce Hall. Shuttle and wheelchair service will be available to Royce Hall patrons who need extra assistance.
Persons with disabilities
ADA accessible parking is available on Level 4 of Structure 5. Wheelchair assistance will be available on Level 4 of Parking Structure 5. Please allow extra time if you would like to avail yourself of these services.
Ride Sharing/Taxi Drop-Off
Located at the flagpole (10745 Dickson Court, Los Angeles, CA 90095) From Hilgard, turn west onto Wyton toward UCLA campus, turn left onto Charles Young Drive East and proceed to the flagpole.
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 $13 (rate subject to change), or $10 for visitors who use a Department of Motor Vehicles issued disabled person (DP) placard or license plate.
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.
If you have any parking-related questions, please contact Royce Hall’s 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 & Stephanie in the box office at 213 622 7001.
Royce Hall Seating Chart
Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts
Located on the campus of California State University, Northridge, The Soraya’s season offers a vibrant performance program of nearly 50 classical and popular music, dance, theater, family, and international events that will serve to establish The Soraya as the intellectual and cultural heart of the San Fernando Valley, and further establish itself as one of the top arts companies in Southern California. The award-winning, 1,700-seat theatre was designed by HGA Architects and Engineers and was recently cited by the Los Angeles Times as “a growing hub for live music, dance, drama and other cultural events.”
18111 Nordhoff St, Northridge, CA 91330, USA
18111 Nordhoff St
Northridge, CA 91330
If you purchased a subscription or full-priced tickets to any Soraya performance, your purchase includes parking.
(Parking for rental and on-campus events is $8 per vehicle. Cash is recommended).
How do you access your Soraya parking privilege?
Show a valid proof of purchase to a parking attendant to receive a yellow event parking permit. You will then place the permit onto you car’s dashboard, with the date of the performance clearly visible.
If you forget your proof of purchase, you’ll have to purchase a permit from the kiosk in the lot.
What else should you know about The Soraya parking?
Entering from the intersection of Lindley Ave. and Nordhoff St., we have ample accessible handicap space available to those with the required placard and very convenient drop off in front of The Soraya, steps from our front door.
Valet parking will be regularly available at The Soraya presentations for $15 (CASH ONLY). Running late? Inclement weather? Valet parking is conveniently located steps from The Soraya’s entrance and available one hour prior to performances, by entering the intersection of Lindley Ave/Nordhoff St.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Parking permit required. Visitors requiring accommodations for a disability, call venue info number at least two weeks in advance. Vehicles with the handicap placard are still required to have a parking permit.
Soraya General Seating Map
Zipper Concert Hall
The Herbert Zipper Concert Hall at The Colburn School was completed in 1998, making it about 70 years younger than LACO’s other two regular concert venues. It seats approximately 400 and has among the best acoustics of music performance venues in Los Angeles.
200 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA
200 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Parking is available across the street at Walt Disney Concert Hall for $9 (rates subject to change).
Zipper Hall is a short walk away from the Civic Center/Grand Park Station on the Metro Red and Purple Lines, as well as the Olive/Kosciuszko and Grand/3rd stops on the Metro Silver Line. The Hall is also served by numerous bus lines, including the 14/37, 53, 55/355, 60, 62, 70, 71, 76, 78/79/378 and 96 Metro Local buses; The 442 Metro Express bus; the 760 and 770 Metro Rapid buses; the 493, 495, 497, 498, 499 and 699 Foothill Transit buses; the Silver Streak bus; the 701 Orange County bus; and the 4 Torrance bus.
Zipper Hall Seating Chart