Located on the grounds of the sprawling Griffith Park, the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles has remained a model outdoor venue since its construction in the late 1920s. The amphitheater has hosted numerous legendary performers in the past, and in 2014, "The Greek" will keep its storied history alive by hosting Hall and Oates on October 26. Read through the venue guide below for important information about the upcoming concert at the Greek Theatre.
Greek Theatre Los Angeles Seating Information
Seating at the Greek Theatre is partitioned into seven areas. Closest to the stage is the pit area, which offers a left, right, and center section if it is comprised of reserved seating. Otherwise, the pit area may be a general admission section as per the performer's preference. The next three sections (A, B, and C) move further away from the stage, and all offer reserved seating in left, right, and center divisions. Immediately following Section C is an area of bench seating. The final two sections, the North Terrace (NT) and South Terrace (ST), are situated on either side of Sections A and B.
At certain performances, VIP box suites may also be available. These seats typically offer access to the VIP deck, but it is advisable to click the "Notes" section on the listings for Hall and Oates to verify what may be included in the particular seats you wish to purchase.
Greek Theatre Los Angeles General Information
No umbrellas are allowed in the Greek Theatre, but all events take place rain or shine. Professional cameras and recording devices are prohibited. Outside food and drink will not be permitted in the venue, but each guest is allowed a factory-sealed bottle of water.
Please also be aware no children under the age of five are allowed in the venue. All children over five will require a ticket for admission.
Greek Theatre Los Angeles Concessions Information
While outside food and drink are prohibited at the Greek Theatre, there are various concessions options within the venue. Concessions areas are located on the north and south concourses, and the venue also serves food from the famous California hot dog stand, Pink's Hot Dogs. Zeus' Bar also offers food and drinks inside the venue. Guests can even order picnic baskets with a variety of gourmet food options directly through the Greek Theatre before the performance.
Greek Theatre Los Angeles Parking Information
Seven paid parking areas are available with entrances off of Vermont Canyon Road. Stacked parking options are located in Lot H, while non-stacked parking is available in Lots A-D.
Greek Theatre Los Angeles Gate Times
While the venue plaza opens 90 minutes before show time, the actual seating area opens one hour prior.
Greek Theatre Los Angeles Accessibility
Two sections offer accessible seating: A and the North Terrace. Non-wheelchair ADA parking is available along Commonwealth Drive with a shuttle service included in parking fees. There are also accessible parking spaces on Vermont Canyon Road directly in front of the Greek Theatre.
Assisted listening devices may be rented the night of the show for no charge, and sign language interpreters can be provided with at least two weeks' notice. Contact the Greek Theatre directly to arrange any unique accommodations.